About this listing
100 sq.m, fully furnished & equipped, TV, PC, WiFi, Washer, A/C
- Metro in walking distance (9 min) and 2 stat. away from the hist. centre
- 30 min from Pireas port (foot+metro)
- Many stores, coffeehouses etc. at your feet
If you come with your family or friends, as a couple or single, for short or for a month, this cosy place will provide you with everything you need to feel like home.
It can easily host 4 persons or more: Two adults in the master bedroom, two more adults or children in the second room and there is a cosy sofa in the living room which can accommodate up to 3 additional guests. Kitchen and bathroom are fully equipped, living and dining room have many amenities (see pictures).
It's comfortable, clean, spacious and calm, with the charm of old-style furnitures. Actually, the whole building was constructed in the 60s by my father, a civil engineer who has build some other houses in this part of Athens, and this apartment is where I grew up and lived for many years of my life.
PC with 24" Full HD monitor and fast Internet access is available. You may also connect your laptop/notepad to the wide screen monitor and browse the Internet or do some unfinished work more comfortably. If you need something special (e.g. hard copies) or if you have trouble because you are not very familiar with technology, no worries I am, so just let me know.
We will do our best to make you feel like home. We believe that you will respect the neighbours and treat the apartment as if they were yours.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
Matina and I, we are living in this city for more than 15 years. Previously, in our separate lives, we 've lived in England, Germany and Thessaloniki (Greece).
If you speak English, German or Greek, we will tell you (or find out) anything you need to know about Athens. My French is very poor and if you speak only another language, well... in this case we 'll have to improvise.