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€200,00/ 1 night(s)
Villa Lefkothea belongs to a complex of villas scattered on the peaks and the sides of the hills in Livadia village just 300 meters from the sea overlook the endless blue of the Mediterranean Sea at the island of Crete, Chania.
The unique construction of an architecture design which dates a century ago located in the rugged Cretan nature in relation to the blue horizon of the Mediterranean Sea(Chania Crete) combine the most spectacular picture of a must destination for those seeking tranquility in a luxurious environment.
Its owners aimed at constructing and designing an ultimate retreat for families, groups of friends and couples within the idyllic settings of the villas location.
Villa Lefkothea is a luxury 4 bedroom villa which is situated on the highest level of a hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It is named after the goddess of waters. It stands on a plot of about an acre offering uninterrupted views of the sea & the surroundings even from the interior. The unique construction dated a century ago makes it an impressive villa. It has an oblong private pool and two shaded outdoor dining areas.
A lavish open-plan area hosting the fully equipped kitchen, the dining and the living room with cushions in dark cherry and crocus colors create a welcoming atmosphere. On the northwest side of the ground floor one double bedroom and a twin bedroom ( which can easily be converted into triple) with en-suite bathrooms in light blue colors promise moments of relaxation.
Special feature of the villa the impressive dark brown staircase of solid wood which joins the ground to the first floor.
On the first floor there are two more bedrooms. One master bedroom with Jacuzzi & a twin bedroom with en-suite bathrooms have direct access to the spacious terrace of 60 sq m.
The private swimming pool boasts in front of the entrance of villa Lefkothea surrounded by beautiful trees, flowers, fences and spacious terraces. A lawn of grass embraced by local trees and buses is the earthy heaven for small children.
A dramatic mythical island considered to be the birthplace of Zeus has long sandy beaches, hidden coves, caves, gorges and mountains. The geological history of Crete is exceptionally complicated. For instance, the hippos remains found in hot coastal areas prove the extend of powerful events occurred on the island. In reference to a number of researches, Crete is characterized as a continuous mountain which has remained underwater.
The name of Crete is referred to Homer Epics “The Odyssey” & “The Iliad”. What makes Crete island exceptional concerning history is the Minoan era when the Minoan civilization was born. What is hidden behind the myths is a powerful wealthy and happy kingdom along with a great civilization the first ancient civilization of Europe continent.
Crete never lets its visitors down. There’s a variety of accommodation for every taste. The north part is the most famous full of luxury hotels& night life. On the other hand, the western part shows the pure, rural Cretan life. It’s not monotonous since it combines sea, mountains, valleys, gorges, cliffs & landscapes most of which are still undiscovered treasures waiting for anyone to explore them & learn or even imagine their history.
HIRE CAR: ESSENTIAL
Chania Airport: 85 km
Distance to the beach: 350m
Walking distance to the beach: 10 min
Distance to the nearest town: 40 km
Distance to a tavern: 100m
Distance to shops: 40 km
Distance to a bar: 100m or 40km
Extra amenities: Fridge, freezer, oven, dishwasher, kettle, toaster, blender, kitchen utensils, bathrobes, slippers, cable/satellite TV, CD player, iron & iron board, baby cot (on request), highchair (on request), sun lounge chairs & umbrellas, Garden with lawn & local trees, portable BBQ, housekeeping service every 2 days (daily maid service on request), daily clean of the private pool, towels, pool towels, first aid kit, hairdryer.
On request (extra charge):
Villa Lefkothea is a luxury 4 bedroom villa which is situated on the highest level of a hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It is named after the goddess of waters. It stands on a plot of about an acre offering uninterrupted views of the sea & the surroundings even from the interior.