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Bedrooms 3  Sleeps 6

 

Follow the narrow winding footpath from the square and you will reach the welcoming doors of  this dream mansion. This villa, ideal for any type of holiday, is situated on a hill top overlooking the vineyards and quant village of Megalochori in Santorini, with the sparkling Aegean in the distance.

Upon entering into the big courtyard, which is hand – laid by local craftsmen in the traditional “Plakoto” – cobblestone paved style, one sees that this mansion affords three separate living areas, two in the ground floor and one in the first, connected by an outside stone flight of stairs.

The recently added luxurious infinity pool and sun deck, made entirely of locally sourced volcanic rock, offer a totally relaxing space for guests, and at night the lighting is designed to make your evenings unforgettable.

Combined, this private villa can accommodate up to 6 guests. The mansion is the ultimate sanctuary for the travellers who just want to relax and absorb the Aegean light, in a truly unique yet absolutely private environment.

A PLACE TO INSPIRE 

The serenity of the mansion’s sculpture is evident the moment one enters the barn  door on the ground floor which leads you into a compact fully equipped kitchen. Original archways lead through into the magnificent master bedroom with a domed ceiling. A majestic en-suite bathroom features a large tub and separate shower.

Starting again from the beautiful courtyard, original wooden doors lead into the spacious second double bedroom, which also features a dedicated comfortable second bathroom.

The first floor of this luxury villa offers an expansive large terrace, perfect for outside dining, with panoramic views of the surrounding area. Inside, the original wooden floors have been restored. The many windows on the upper level of this property allow for brightness and airiness as the beautiful light of the Cyclades seeps through.

The comfortable double bedroom on this floor boasts views overlooking the vineyards to one side and the Seas of the Aegean to the other. The same views are enjoyed from the dining room which can comfortably accommodate 6 persons.

On the same floor, there is a spacious bathroom with large tub and separate restroom. The cleverly designed open plan kitchen and well proportioned living area allow for casual entertaining.

AMENITIES

  • Private infinity Pool with sun deck
  • Panoramic terrace with dining area
  • Big courtyard
  • Separate pool lounge area
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2 Kitchens
  • Living room
  • Indoors dining room
  • Feng Shui certification

COMPLIMENTARY SERVICES

  • Complimentary private transfer from/to port or airport (one per reservation)
  • Complimentary Car Rental is included in the rate (5 Seater manual hatchback)
  • Free Wi-Fi internet access
  • Concierge services
  • Housekeeping
  • Bed linen, towels, pool towels, bathrobes & slippers provided
  • KORRES natural toiletries provided

LOCATION 

The peaceful little village of Megalochori is a much sought after and appreciated holiday base from which to enjoy the many attractions of this unique island. Only 6 km from the busy town of Fira, it is another world and an ideal holiday base for those who want to relax and enjoy the many attractions of Santorini from a different perspective.

Megalochori was inhabited by many feudal landlords of the island at the past. These merchants and landlords became wealthy exporting the unique Vinsanto wine, which the island still produces. Megalochori had a particularly strong link with Odessa in Russia and many of the church bells which still toll in the village today are from Russia.

This traditional settlement has retained its charm and authenticity despite the rapid touristic development of Santorini. Its traffic-free cobblestone streets, its venetian bell towers and its lovely square with the nice restaurants make Megalochori a premier destination for the concerning visitor of Santorini.

The location of the village is perfect, as the most significant touristic attractions and the best beaches of the island are only minutes’ drive away.

Megalochori has also a lovely unspoiled caldera part with no buildings, perfect for hiking with magnificent vistas of the famous volcano and sunset.

The traditional village of Megalochori is not widely known as it is not touristic and remains one of the hidden treasures of Santorini for those who prefer to relax and enjoy an original Greek experience, away from the tourist masses…

FENG SHUI IMPLEMENTATION

Feng Shui is a science, based upon experience and observation that is over 3,500 years old. Both a philosophy and practice with its roots firmly embedded in the Far East, “Feng” & “Shui” stand for “wind” and “water”, indicating the two central influences in our surroundings and environment.

These symbols have been utilized throughout this villa in Megalochori.

A highly qualified and experienced team of experts were consulted during the renovation stage. The focus was on the important energetic aspects of comfort and design, in order to guarantee the optimal relaxation for our guests. Subsequent construction and decoration used colors from the five elements of the earth.

The house has been harmoniously designed under the consideration of the aspects of Qi – Mag Feng Shui and environ energy cleansing, called Geomancy.

With organic and balanced architecture which facilitates good air circulation, the villa increases a unique feeling of absolute comfort and relaxation.

The layout of rooms follows principles of yin and yang for absolute balance and harmony.

 

GNTO (EOT) Registation number: 1144K123K0638000

Facilities

  • Coffee maker
  • Free toiletries
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Hairdryer
  • Outdoor pool
  • Private bathroom
  • Private pool
  • Satellite TV
  • Seating area
  • Seaview
  • Veranda
  • WiFi

Santorini

Santorini  Τhe volcanic island  The island is the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history: the Minoan eruption, which occurred some 3,600 years ago at the height of the Minoan civilization, left a large caldera that composes the uniqueness of this island. The island of Santorini has topped many international and

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