Each villa has its own swimming pool, with a small shallow area for children and due to the thoughtful design, privacy is maintained.
The total area is so large that the individual parts have a good distance from each other and not interfere with each other.
The villas are constructed to the best modern standards and finished with local stone externally to ensure that they blend in with the surrounding countryside. Considerable care has been taken to landscape the village sympathetically and the outside areas of each villa provide an excellent amenity.
So why to share a pool and sun chairs with other Hotel guests, if you can have your own?!
Furthermore we are recommending a nice glass of wine on your terrace while watching the breathtaking night sky.
* Air condition in the living-, & bedroom
* Cosy bedroom
* Gallery with another double bed, wardrobe and spacious balcony
* Comfortable sitting area in the living room
* Fully equipped kitchen
* Fridge with Refrigerator
* Generously kept Bathroom
* Computer with camera
* Free Internet, WLAN & LAN connection available
* Satellite - TV
* Work desk
* Built-in safety box
* Private Pool with a small shallow area for children
* Lovely sitting area on the terrace
* Sun beds and umbrella
Housekeeping service 2x per week
All consumption-related energy costs
Lobby area with Library, pool table and TV
Restaurant offering breakfast and dinner
Room service available
Washing room with washing machine and dryer, fee-based
Baby cot is free of charge for children till 3 years
Check in Time at 16:00; check out at 11:00.
On request and availability only we are offering an earlier arrival or late check out. Please understand that an earlier arrival or
late check out can only be traced few days upon arrival.
Check in after: 4:00 PM
Check out before: 11:00 AM
The village of Melidoni is found approximately 27km east of Rethymnon in the Municipality of Geropotamos.
The village now has developed considerably although there are still some old Venetian buildings to be seen in the back streets if you take a walk through. During the summer the village is extremely lively, with dancing and public events. On Clean Monday, the last day before Lent, there is an ancient ceremony only held in a very few places on Crete, marking the day with much festivity including fancy dress.
The village has its own bakery, petrol station and small grocery shops as well as tavernas and kafanea together with the inevitable kiosk as found all over Greece.
Almost all foreign travellers visiting Crete came to Melidoni due partly to its fantastic cave. However the cave became more infamous in 1824 when, during the Revolution some 250 unarmed villagers, including women and children were suffocated when the entrance was sealed and fires lit by the Turks thrown in to the cave following a three month siege. Not until 1834 when the English explorer Robert Pashley visited Melidoni did Manolis Kirmizakis, the only survivor of the events, inspect the cave discovering the bones of the martyrs. Today there is a large sarcophagus within the cave containing the bones of those killed and the monument is now considered extremely important in defining the independent Cretan character.
* Heraklion Airoport: 56km
* Heraklion City Center: 53km
* Chania Airport: 94km
* Chania City Center: 87km
* Rethymnon: 27km
* Perama: (next bigger town with a very good infrastructure) 4km
* Bali: (beaches) 9km
* Panormo: (beaches) 10km
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