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Penthouse | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

VERY BIG DISCOUNT on weekly rental (from Saturday to Saturday) for IKAR241. Contact the advertiser for information.

THE SHOWN CALENDAR IS UPDATED BUT IT IS ONLY FOR IKAR241. WE HAVE MORE FLATS AVAILABLE, FEEL FREE TO ASK FOR A QUOTATON.

This wonderful apartment (IKAR241) completely accessorized and refined, is at the TOP floor of a small new apartment block, inside the Saint Thomas Holiday Village. The penthouse enjoys lovely views from the 3 balconies, both to the open sea and to the swimming pools. The kitchen area is huge and fully equipped with all the appliances you need (also washing machine). The living room area is wide, comfortable and fresh, also thanks to the high ceilings (air condition IS present anyhow). The quality of the furniture is high standard and the flat has unique art pictures that make the living room more elegant and unique.

Available, on request, high chair and cot for infants (with safety rails).

Two of the three terraces are furnished to allow our guest to enjoy the sunrise and the sunset. From the terrace on the South face you can see the Saint Thomas Island, and you can enjoy the sea sound even having dinner.

The resort complex consists of hotels and apartments buildings in old Sozopol house architecture style. There are restaurants, bars, pools area, SPA centre, conference halls, business centre, playground, shops and and two sand beaches.

Vehicles are forbidden in the resort, which makes it very quiet and relaxing place for its visitors. The combination of wild nature and coziness gives the visitors a feeling of freedom and an unforgettable vacation.

Saint Thomas holiday village is located within the boundaries of the natural reserve Arkutino and to be more precise – on Humata cape. Reserve Arkutino is one of the last untouched wild nature areas on the Bulgarian Southern Black Sea coast. Cape Humata is locarted close to lake Alepu, lagoon Arkutino, island Saint Thomas and the mouth of Ropothamo river. The holiday village is situated 50 Km. south of the international airport in Bourgas, 12 km south of Sozopol, 2 km south of resort Duni and 12 km from Primorsko.

The holiday village Saint Thomas includes 250 private apartments and they are with one or two bedrooms, living room with a kitchen, air-conditioning, TV with LCD display, telephone, digital TV and internet service.

Restaurants and Bars:

Lobby Bar - The bar has approximately 50 seats and offers a wide variety of drinks, cocktails, deserts and pastries.

Restaurant Karina - The restaurant is located in Hotel "Karina" and has two halls with 45 and 120 seats. There is an open terrace with an ocean view which has 50 seats. The restaurant atmosphere is luxurious and cozy and customers can enjoy both bulgarian and international cuisine.

Beer House Viking - A two floor building, located next to the pool area. One of the two floors is open and has 80 seats. The menu consist of fast dishes, grill dish, pizza and different fish dishes.

Beach bar Arkutino - The bar is located on beach Arkutino and offers mainly fast dishes, grilled dishes, salads, pizza and a wide variety of cocktails. At night there is a DJ in the bar.

Beach "Arkutino", which is a part of the resort is recognized as the most romantic beach in Bulgaria. The beach can be reached with a shuttle that goes from the hotel every 15 minutes. The visitors can enjoy different kinds of water sports and activities on the beach. Beach umbrellas and lounges are available in special zones of the beach.

Beach "Saint Thomas"is located at the left side of the holiday village road and is one of the few wild beaches left on the Bulgarian coast. There is a small restaurant, beach umbrellas and lounges in the beach area.

The SPA centre is located on the ground floor of the hotel. It consist of an indoor pool with a bar, 5 massage therapy rooms, sauna, steam room, aroma sauna, adventure shower, shock bucket, Jacuzzi, fitness centre. The wellness centre offers different kind of massage therapies. In addition the resort offers 5 outdoors pools and one indoor pools.

Conferences - Holiday village Saint Thomas offers excellent conditions for business conferences, team building, weddings and different kinds of ceremonies. The hotel has two multi functional halls with 50 seats each and one hall with 150 seats. The halls are fitted with the necessary equipment for various types of conferences and offer wireless internet, fax, copying and many other services.

Facilities and Services - Holiday resort Saint Thomas offers:

- Grocery store

- Two souvenir shops, which offer beach apparel and children toys as well

- Beauty Salon

- Playground

- Kids club

- Parking area in front of the resort

- Shuttle train to beach Arkutino

- There are opportunities for trips to interesting places in the area

- Additional services such as laundry and ironing

There are special zones for sports and entertainment in the middle of the resort, as well as 5 pools: Entertainment pool; Kids pool; Swimming pool; The mirror – - which has view towards beach Arkutino and island Saint Thomas; The telescope – which has a great ocean view.

The resort has many green areas. There is a 24 hours available security as well as security cameras.

The access of vehicles is forbidden in the resort. Instead the visitors are using electric cars.

The resort has its own wastewater treatment plant.

Awards - Holiday resort Saint Thomas has received several honourable awards. First won the holiday resort the award for the "The most effective investment in tourism for 2008" given by the Bulgarian hotels and restaurants association (BAHRA). Short after that received the hotel the award for "Best building". At the ceremony in Sarajevo in 2008 was the resort chosen for "Tourist Settlement No.1 on the Balkan" by the Balkan alliance of the hotel associations (BAHA).

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Duni / Saint Thomas Beach 100 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 10 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Bourgas International Airport 45 km, Nearest railway: Bourgas 45 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
Pool Children's pool
General Air conditioning, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Pool or snooker table, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Cots (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Swing set
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

VERY BIG DISCOUNT on weekly rental (from Saturday to Saturday) for IKAR241. Contact the advertiser for information.

THE SHOWN CALENDAR IS UPDATED BUT IT IS ONLY FOR IKAR241. WE HAVE MORE FLATS AVAILABLE, FEEL FREE TO ASK FOR A QUOTATON.

Available, on request, high chair and cot for infants (with safety rails).

Facilities and Services - Holiday resort Saint Thomas offers:

- Grocery store

- Two souvenir shops, which offer beach apparel and children toys as well

- Beauty Salon

- Playground

- Kids club

- Parking area in front of the resort

- Shuttle train to beach Arkutino

- There are opportunities for trips to interesting places in the area

- Additional services such as laundry and ironing

There are special zones for sports and entertainment in the middle of the resort, as well as 5 pools: Entertainment pool; Kids pool; Swimming pool; The mirror – - which has view towards beach Arkutino and island Saint Thomas; The telescope – which has a great ocean view.

The resort has many green areas. There is a 24 hours available security as well as security cameras.

The access of vehicles is forbidden in the resort. Instead the visitors are using electric cars.

The resort has its own wastewater treatment plant.

Awards - Holiday resort Saint Thomas has received several honorable awards.

Further details outdoors

VERY BIG DISCOUNT on weekly rental (from Saturday to Saturday) for IKAR241. Contact the advertiser for information.

THE SHOWN CALENDAR IS UPDATED BUT IT IS ONLY FOR IKAR241. WE HAVE MORE FLATS AVAILABLE, FEEL FREE TO ASK FOR A QUOTATON.

Available, on request, high chair and cot for infants (with safety rails).

Restaurants and Bars:

Lobby Bar - The bar has approximately 50 seats and offers a wide variety of drinks, cocktails, deserts and pastries.

Restaurant Karina - The restaurant is located in Hotel "Karina" and has two halls with 45 and 120 seats. There is an open terrace with an ocean view which has 50 seats. The restaurant atmosphere is luxurious and cozy and customers can enjoy both bulgarian and international cuisine.

Beer House Viking - A two floor building, located next to the pool area. One of the two floors is open and has 80 seats. The menu consist of fast dishes, grill dish, pizza and different fish dishes.

Beach bar Arkutino - The bar is located on beach Arkutino and offers mainly fast dishes, grilled dishes, salads, pizza and a wide variety of cocktails. At night there is a DJ in the bar.

Beach "Arkutino", which is a part of the resort is recognized as the most romantic beach in Bulgaria. The beach can be reached with a shuttle that goes from the hotel every 15 minutes. The visitors can enjoy different kinds of water sports and activities on the beach. Beach umbrellas and lounges are available in special zones of the beach.

Beach "Saint Thomas"is located at the left side of the holiday village road and is one of the few wild beaches left on the Bulgarian coast. There is a small restaurant, beach umbrellas and lounges in the beach area.

The SPA centre is located on the ground floor of the hotel. It consist of an indoor pool with a bar, 5 massage therapy rooms, sauna, steam room, aroma sauna, adventure shower, shock bucket, Jacuzzi, fitness centre. The wellness centre offers different kind of massage therapies. In addition the resort offers 5 outdoors pools and one indoor pools.

Conferences - Holiday village Saint Thomas offers excellent conditions for business conferences, team building, weddings and different kinds of ceremonies. The hotel has two multi functional halls with 50 seats each and one hall with 150 seats. The halls are fitted with the necessary equipment for various types of conferences and offer wireless internet, fax, copying and many other services.

Facilities and Services - Holiday resort Saint Thomas offers:

- Grocery store

- Two souvenir shops, which offer beach apparel and children toys as well

- Beauty Salon

- Playground

- Kids club

- Parking area in front of the resort

- Shuttle train to beach Arkutino

- There are opportunities for trips to interesting places in the area

- Additional services such as laundry and ironing

There are special zones for sports and entertainment in the middle of the resort, as well as 5 pools: Entertainment pool; Kids pool; Swimming pool; The mirror – - which has view towards beach Arkutino and island Saint Thomas; The telescope – which has a great ocean view.

Further details

Please contact the owner to receive the details of the booking conditions.

THE SHOWN CALENDAR IS UPDATED BUT IT IS ONLY FOR IKAR241. WE HAVE MORE FLATS AVAILABLE, FEEL FREE TO ASK FOR A QUOTATON.

VERY BIG DISCOUNT on weekly rental (from Saturday to Saturday) for IKAR241. Contact the advertiser for information.

Available, on request, high chair and cot for infants (with safety rails).

The Black Sea Coast region

The resort complex consists of hotels and apartments buildings in old sozopol house architecture style. There are restaurants, bars, pools area, SPA centre, conference halls, business centre, playground, shops and and two sand beaches.

Vehicle are forbidden in the resort, which makes it very quiet and relaxing place for its visitors. The combination of wild nature and coziness gives the visitors a feeling of freedom and an unforgettable vacation.

Saint Thomas holiday village is located within the boundaries of the natural reserve Arkutino and to be more precise – on Humata cape. Reserve Arkutino is one of the last untouched wild nature areas on the Bulgarian Southern Black Sea coast. Cape Humata is locarted close to lake Alepu, lagoon Arkutino, island Saint Thomas and the mouth of Ropothamo river. The holiday village is situated 50 Km. south of the international airport in Bourgas, 12 km south of Sozopol, 2 km south of resort Duni and 12 km from Primorsko.

Beach "Arkutino", which is a part of the resort is recognized as the most romantic beach in Bulgaria. The beach can be reached with a shuttle that goes from the hotel every 15 minutes. The visitors can enjoy different kinds of water sports and activities on the beach. Beach umbrellas and lounges are available in special zones of the beach.

Beach "Saint Thomas"is located at the left side of the holiday village road and is one of the few wild beaches left on the Bulgarian coast. There is a small restaurant, beach umbrellas and lounges in the beach area.

Sozopol

The town of Sozopol with population of 5,000 people is situated 34 km South-East of Burgas, and 420 km south-east of Sofia. The town lies on a small rocky peninsula in the farthest southern area of the the Burgas Bay. A 100 metre long strip of land connects it to the mainland. After 1925 the town started to grow in the direction of Harmani Area and today it occupies considerably larger territory on the mainland.

The first settlements belonged to the Thracian tribes of Nipsei and Skirimian. In 7th century BC Greek colonizers settled there and called the town after Apollo, the God of arts. Apolonia developed mainly as a trading centre for honey, wax, corn, wine, olive oil, olives, textiles, jewellery, and pottery. The numerous finds are evidence that this small town used to be the trading centre of the whole of the Black Sea coast. Much earlier in 13th century BC the Argonauts led by Iazon, Heraklitis and Orpheus came ashore. The love for travelling and discovering made the inhabitants of Apolonia in those times travel, trade and found new colonies. So were founded the settlements of Anhialo and Pirgos, Termopolis and Aetos. The town was included in the union of sea town states founded by Percales.

Apolonia was frequently in economic and political dispute with the Doric inhabitants of Messembria; wars were even waged. At the time the island of Kirik was mainly inhabited. Apolonia sought help from Philip of Macedonia against the attacks of the Scythians. It was included in the territory of the Macedonian State at the time of Alexander the Great and was constantly subject to invasions but it struggled against the attacks of a number of Nomadic tribes flowing from north and west. The town fell under Roman domination in 1st century BC and was severely ruined by the armies of Marcus Lucul. It is an interesting fact that the Romans quickly restored the ruins, built new temples, and ordered a 13 metre high statue of Apollo by the sculpturer Kalamis. The statue was sent to Rome as an example of the arts of this particular Roman province. As early as 6th century Apolonia minted coins of its own.

The Roman domination provided three centuries of peace until the invasion of the barbarian tribes. It was only in 5th century that the town was included in the territory of Byzantium. During the reign of Khan Krum it was within the borders of Bulgaria and like all other sea towns it frequently fell under the rule of Byzantium. In the Middle Ages it preserved its status of a district town. It was severely devastated in the middle of 14th century during an attack by the Genoa fleet. Later it was conquered and sold by the knights of Amadeus of Savoy. After a long siege the town fell under Turkish rule in 1453.

Only wooden houses have been built there ever since; the oldest samples can be observed even today in the unique old streets.

Sozopol welcomed the Liberation as small fishermen's settlement. Later the town became the biggest fishing centre of the Black Sea coast and developed recreation and tourism.

The famous Tsar's Beach is located to the north of the town. Nestled between the rocks to the south of the town is the Raiski Beach (Paradise) and further southwards - the Kavatsite. The Harmanite Beach is immediately to the south of the so called "New" town. An ancient necropolis was found here in 1993 and excavations are still going on.

The landmarks in Sozopol are many, but none of them can be separated from the rest since all of them impact the visitors as an attractive ensemble. The ancient churches from the Revival Period - St. Zosim Church and The Holy Virgin Church. The following houses are quite interesting: the house of Dimitur Laskaridis (17th century, now an art gallery), a fish trader, Ana Trendafilova's (the house with the sun), of Kourtidis, Una Psarianova's (now arranged as Stenata Restaurant), of Grandmother Koukoulissa Hadzhinikolova (today housing the office of Sturshel Newspaper), Metropoliev's House (a medical centre at present), of Kreanoolu, etc.

The old cobbled streets and high fences in front of which the old women sit and chat, knit laces and sell fig jam, are inseparable elements of a whole complex of 3 centuries of history.

Interesting places to visit are the Archaeological Museum and the Art Gallery. At the beginning of September each year the town hosts the big Apolonia International Art Festival Accommodation. There are lodgings in the old part and in the new part of the town as well.

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14 Sep 2014

4/5

"Great location of this holiday village."

The location of this holiday village is wonderful, especially for those who search for peaceful, calm and quiet place with beautiful views, beaches (2 beaches, one north - Duni, and one south - Arkuti… More

When I received the email of complain from the guest, I promptly replied to her with courtesy. I was not irritated at all, and instead I tried to help her immediately.
About the lack of cleaness that she mentioned, for a faster and more practical solution I adviced her to contact immediately the local keyholder, who is the person responsible for the cleaning and also the person who receives from the guests the amount for the final cleaning. Complaining with him would have been a partial solution, considering that the guest would have not paid her final cleaning or an extra cleaning would have been done free of charge.
About the problem of the barrier which are not perfectly stable in few points, I would like to underline that the problem came out when the holiday season was already started, and it was not possible to do maintenance works during the Summer(by internal regulation). Anyhow I contacted a carpenter who tested the barriers and who confirmed that there was no danger at all! He will come at the end of the season to replace them. In the meantime I instructed my keyholder to tell all our guests to be careful anyhow, even if the carpenter assured that there was no danger.
I would like to underline that in 6 years of activity, nobody else complained before.
The client realized after booking that there was an extra cost for final cleaning, and asked me to make a discount. I replied to her that unfortunately it was not possible because that amount was paid to the keyholder (not to me) because he was in charge for the cleaning. Maybe this review is her thank for my refusal not to apply a discount.

19 Mar 2013

5/5

"A little paradise on the black sea"

We have been guest of Mrs Vania in Ikar 241 from may 14 to may 28, 2012. The apartment is fantastic … an exclusive, confortable, clean and fully equipped penthouse with a splendid wiew of the Black … More

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