BUILT IN 1600–RENOVATED IN 2016
Nestled within the archaeological settlement of the old town of Parikia, at the end of the market path, amongst ancient monuments - in an area which is completely preserved and protected by Greek and EU laws - is this unique, one of a kind building. We call it Bethlehem, named after the small old church which is adjacent to it.
The design delicately incorporates the careful pairing of the old and new elements. The reinforced stone walls are complimented with local marble, stylish furniture, natural colours and fabrics enhanced with darker accents to create a traditionally simple yet modern town house.
The outdoor terrace and porch give the house an airy feeling while preserving a sense of privacy.
The house is only accessible by foot, scooter or tricycle as cars are not allowed inside the old town. A short 5 minute walk away is the port, Parikia. The distance to the seafront and nearest beach from the house is about 250 meters.
Interaction with guests
Included are daily cleaning and change of linen and towels twice a week.
Other things to note
Please note daily cleaning takes place daily from 11am to 1pm.
- The house is only accessible by foot, scooter or tricycle as cars are not allowed inside the old town.
- Daily clening from 11am to 1pm.