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Wooden cabin in the olive grove by the river

2 reviewsKissamos, Greece
Tiny house hosted by Елена
2 guests1 bed1 bathroom
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A fully detached cabin in the Kisamos countryside comprising of a kitchen, small living room with bathroom and shower. Simple and tastefully decorated. There are public transport connections and a car access.
The cabin is conveniently situated near to Kasteli, Polyrinnia, Platano and Sfinari in West Kisamos and Rodopou, Kolumbary, Platania and Chania Falassarna beach is just 15 away. Balos beach -30min by car. Elafonisi beach-40min. Local restaurants, coffee shops and supermarkets 10min away.

The space
Close to central road of Kasteli city, but the same time at walking distance to the sandy beach Wooden cabin located on the border with the green zone - Natura Park. It is modern, cozy and comfortable. The living room it has a small, but well equipped kitchen with gas hob, refrigerator and enough crockery, cutlery and glasses for 3 people. Because cabin mostly under olive trees it stays nice and cool in the summer months. We have a 1 acr of land mainly comprising of olive trees. There are lots of places to sit outside and enjoy the views and beautiful sunsets.
The town of Kastelli Kissamos  Κίσσαμος is on picturesque Kolpos Kissamou. It is in Chania region, on the north coast to the far west of the island, 40 km from the capital Chania.

The wide bay is formed by two prominent peninsulas – Gramvousa Peninsula and Rodopou Peninsula. The town sits on a long pebbly/sandy beach on the spot of the old town of Kissamos.

Travellers may arrive in here on the ferry from the mainland of Peloponnisos (travelling via the island of Kythera), or visit for a tour around exciting western Crete.

The five sandy coves at the beach of Falasarna and the spectacular Gramvousa Islet and white sand and turquoise Balos Lagoon, invite beach goers and lovers of nature.

There are the inland gorges of Topolia and Sirikari to explore, and the Samaria Gorge is to the south.

There is some debate about the name of the town. Perhaps the Greek name is Kissamos, and the Venetian name was Kastelli, so now it carries both. My Papou says it is in the nomos of Kissamos, so it is Kastelli of Kissamos Kastelli tou Kissamou. Do you have an answer?

This lovely Cretan town with a population around 7,500 retains its character and rhythms of daily Greek life, whilst providing hospitality for the visitor. The town is an agricultural centre for the region, the major activities being wine and olives. The brandy-like dry red wine is delicious.

Guest access
Guests can be assured of complete privacy, peace and quiet, emersed in the surrounds of nature. No internet access

Crete is an island with an exquisite 1,000 kilometer-long coastline dotted with numerous coves, bays and peninsulas, which afford a multitude of soft, sandy beaches along the beautifully blue Mediterranean Sea. After all, it's among the finest in the world and has established Crete as one of Europe's most popular holiday destinations. And, of course, the island's historic importance in today's world as the home of the Minoan civilization with important archeological finds at Knossos, Phaistos and Gortys, is evidenced by the tens of thousands of visitors to these sites each year.

However, Crete is the largest island in Greece - the fifth largest in the Mediterranean - and, within its diverse area of more than 8,000 square kilometers, there are many other jewels just waiting to be discovered by the more adventurous explorers of holiday treasures.

If you haven’t visited Crete yet, this summer may be the time to come and discover this fascinating Greek island. If it captures your heart, don’t worry. Come back next year and Crete will welcome you once more with its smiling Cretan sun, the sounds of the Cretan lyre, the scents of orange blossom and jasmine, a slice of cool red watermelon and a glass of iced raki.

Other things to note
Guests will be given a key to the cabin on arrival.
Guests are welcome in all outdoor areas.
I will be available to help with any queries, restaurant bookings or local advice during your stay as I live and have shop in the center of Kasteli.
A fully detached cabin in the Kisamos countryside comprising of a kitchen, small living room with bathroom and shower. Simple and tastefully decorated. There are public transport connections and a car access.
The cabin is conveniently situated near to Kasteli, Polyrinnia, Platano and Sfinari in West Kisamos and Rodopou, Kolumbary, Platania and Chania Falassarna beach is just 15 away. Balos beach -30min by car.…
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Sleeping arrangements

Common spaces
1 double bed

Amenities

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Dedicated workspace
Iron
Hair dryer
Hangers
Essentials
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Kissamos, Greece

A stay in the Wooden cabin in the Olive Grove is the epitomy of peace and relaxation set against the beautiful vistas of the Kisamos countryside and crystal clear water of Cretan see. The town of Kastelli Kissamos Κίσσαμος is on picturesque Kolpos Kissamou. It is in Chania region, on the north coast to the far west of the island, 40 km from the capital Chania.

The wide bay is formed by two prominent peninsulas – Gramvousa Peninsula and Rodopou Peninsula. The town sits on a long pebbly/sandy beach on the spot of the old town of Kissamos.

Travellers may arrive in here on the ferry from the mainland of Peloponnisos (travelling via the island of Kythera), or visit for a tour around exciting western Crete.

The five sandy coves at the beach of Falasarna and the spectacular Gramvousa Islet and white sand and turquoise Balos Lagoon, invite beach goers and lovers of nature.

There are the inland gorges of Topolia and Sirikari to explore, and the Samaria Gorge is to the south.

There is some debate about the name of the town. Perhaps the Greek name is Kissamos, and the Venetian name was Kastelli, so now it carries both. My Papou says it is in the nomos of Kissamos, so it is Kastelli of Kissamos Kastelli tou Kissamou. Do you have an answer?

This lovely Cretan town with a population around 7,500 retains its character and rhythms of daily Greek life, whilst providing hospitality for the visitor. The town is an agricultural centre for the region, the major activities being wine and olives. The brandy-like dry red wine is delicious.
A stay in the Wooden cabin in the Olive Grove is the epitomy of peace and relaxation set against the beautiful vistas of the Kisamos countryside and crystal clear water of Cretan see. The town of Kastelli Kissa…

Hosted by Елена

Joined in June 2019
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Check out: 11:00
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Pets are allowed
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