The villa has a large living room area (80m²) which is used as a living room with central heating (radiators) and a very large fireplace. The room is decorated with traditional furniture, old jars and vases, many green plants. Visitors can also see heirlooms (for example an old gramophone, an old iron, a hand mill, a Cretan lyre, a manual sewing machine) and family praises from World War II, which create a unique style in the room.
It has a large fireplace (called parasia) which was always burning since the predecessors of the house were cooking their daily meals and used it as the only way to get warm during the winter.
The following are also provided: a large TV, a DVD player, Home Cinema system, Internet access and a laptop with free internet access (free wifi).
The kitchen is 6 meters long, fully equipped with crockery and dishes, a big table (6 seats), a spacious fridge and freezer, an electric oven with ceramic hobs, a microwave, a coffee machine for espresso, cappuccino, freddo and nescafe, but also for hot drinks, an electric mixer for making frappe coffee, a toaster, a blender and a juicer.
There are two bedrooms upstairs (35 m² and 25 m² respectively) equipped with a king size bed made of an old wooden loom, air conditioning ,a air condition, a spacious closet, various other small useful furniture, a room ionizer and a safe box.Let us know beforehand if you have a baby and need a baby cot
The bathroom is spacious (20m²) and has a shower, a bathtub, a washing machine, a dryer, a hair dryer and towels dryers.