Villa Siornikoletos is an important architectural two floor stone building with sunny high ceiling rooms which can accommodate up to six people. It is 170m² and has 5 rooms, 3 of which are bedrooms. There are 2 double beds and 2 single beds. A baby cot can be provided free of charge. Additionally, there are toys the the children can play with. Its ground floor has a fully equipped kitchen with cooking stove, oven, fridge, freezer, coffee maker, a toaster and a fire place. There is also a spacious living-dining room, a large bedroom with a fire place and a bathroom. The second floor has two bedrooms with double beds, a bathroom and a balcony. There are two double beds and single beds in the house.
The villa comes with central heating, air-conditioning, TV, DVD player, music sound system, telephone and kitchen appliances.
The large front yard (400m²) with a traditional outdoor barbecue oven offers peace and tranquility under the trees and its flowers. The back yard is a perfect place for breakfast.
The village of Voroi offers a variety of shops like market, bakery, butcher’s, pastry shop, chemist’s and a bookshop while the village square has traditional Greek coffee shops and tavernas where visitors can have Cretan specialties and raki.
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01/07 - 31/08
We can cook for you a traditional cretan meal with local incredients once a week.
Contact with us for special offers.
Villa Siornikoletos is a beautifully renovated 19th century traditional stone house offering all the comforts you need for a very relaxing holiday.
The villa was built in 1890 by Siornikoletos a doctor - from Venetian ancestors that had settled in Crete.
In fact, the house was characterized a monument by the Ministry of Culture in 2004 as it is a remarkable example of an urban house of the last decade of the 19th century with morphological elements of traditional and neo-classical architecture in its facades, valuable to the study of the architecture in this area.
Furthermore the building stands as a reference point to the people of Messara. During the excavations at Phaistos from 1905 – 1913 by thItalian School of Archaeology, the renowned archaeologists F. Halbherr and L. Pernier stayed at the villa.
In 2000 the villa was lovingly renovated by its present owner, John Kampourakis, who grew up in this house and has retained the charm of the old house while intergrading all modern comforts that one comes to expect.
The Village Vori is located inbetween the foothills of the Psiloritis mountain in the West, the Asterousia Mountains in the East and the the long bay in the South of Crete with beaches like Komos, Matala and Kokkinos Pirgos. You find a wide range of olive groves, fruit plantations, canyons, beaches, archaelogical sites and monasteries, which are really dreamlike. It´s a perfect place to relax and also to explore the area of Phaistos.
“God changes his appearance every second. Blessed is the man who can recognize him in all his disguises.”