A 55 sq. meter traditional stone house in the historic village of Lefkes in Paros. Built in the early 1900's and renovated in 2011, the house offers amazing views from the terrace to the mountains and the village and also offers easy access to both well known and remote spots of the island.
This traditional early 1900’s stone cottage is a cosy home which has been renovated to facilitate modern living and ensure you can enjoy all contemporary amenities while being our guest. This has fortunately been achieved without altering the wonderful character and architecture of this picturesque cottage.
The way to the cottage involves walking through Byzantine and traditionally narrow cobbled streets. This guarantees that by booking this accommodation you will give yourself the chance to relax in a quiet, undisturbed area, away from the hustle and bustle of busy roads.
The terrace, with its multiple sitting arrangements, provides amazing views of the village and the surrounding mountains. This constitutes the perfect scenery for you to appreciate your, breakfast, lunch or dinner in a picturesque Aegean setting, or simply relax and enjoy the immaculate views with a glass of wine.
The kitchen is fully equipped and offers all the basic amenities one would need.
Guest of the traditional early 1900’s stone cottage have complete access to the house and the terrace.
Interaction with guests
A family member living in a house nearby will be there to greet you and show you around the premises, as well as guide you and assist in whatever way needed.
We will be more than happy to provide you with all necessary information and give you exclusive tips about the places to be, the things to do, and the best restaurants and tavernas to dine in, throughout the island of Paros and its smaller ‘sister-island’, Antiparos.
In the cottage, you will also find detailed guide books for Paros and Antiparos, providing some of this information at your fingertips if and when you need it.
Other things to note
Lefkes is a traditional village and no cars are allowed in the village centre. However, as noted earlier, we feel that a car is a necessity in order to fully enjoy your holiday and explore the island’s secrets.
- Summer quiet hours (Apr.1-Sep30): 3PM-5.30PM & 11PM-7AM
- Winter quiet hours (Oct.1-Mar.31): 3.30PM-5.30PM & 10PM-7.30AM