Double bedroom with en suite bathroom, with direct access to main terrace and pool area
Double/twin bedroom with separate bathroom
Double bedroom with en suite bathroom and balcony
Separate building (below pool)
Double/twin bedroom with en suite bathroom (this room can also sleep an extra child on sofa bed)
Drinks fridge and kettle
Access to private courtyard, as well as to swimming pool and garden
Open plan sitting room and kitchen, with access to main eating terrace
Fully equipped kitchen with bar stool seating
Indoor dining area overlooking sitting room/kitchen to seat up to 10 people
Swimming pool, 70m2 with steps
Chill out area under pergola
Covered outdoor dining area on main terrace for up to 10 people
8 sunbeds and 2 sun cushions
Air conditioning and fan cooling in every room
COCO-MAT mattresses made using natural materials
Luxurious linen and towels
Hairdryers in every bathroom
Mosquito nets in all windows
Complimentary shower products
Please note no bedrooms are suitable for disabled access
Please also be aware that children must be supervised at all times as there are some steep drops from the old stone walls
Maid service 3 times a week
Cook available on request (payable locally)
The house is situated on the hill in the quiet region of Manesatika village, near the centre of the island
Magazia village is 700m from the house, and has a little food shop, tavernas, coffee houses and a petrol station
Loggos and Lakka are 3km away
Gaios is 4 km away
Fly to Corfu from London and most regional airports.
Transfer to the island either by hydrofoil or sea taxi (licensed to 10 people maximum per boat) journey time 1hr
We can arrange transfers from Corfu airport
Car hire recommended
The crystal clear water of the Ionian islands has to be witnessed first hand, it is said that the sea is so blue that it reflects on the undersides of the seagulls as they fly across the water!
It is possible to charter a yacht or motor boat to lunch on the white sands of the nearby island of Anti Paxos (2km). Exploring the hidden beauty in every bay by boat is a real treat, drop the anchor and swim through the mysterious caves that dot the coastline.
There is scuba diving, great snorkelling and some gentle water sports in the north of the island.
The local restaurants are of a high standard serving both traditional Greek food and the most delicious Italian cuisine.
Eating out on Paxos is a pleasure. White pebble bays on the east coast and majestic white cliffs and deep caves on the west give families a range of things to explore. For the “intrepid” there are walks through
flower filled olive groves, gentle fishing, snorkelling and diving.
Owned by a wonderful architect and his wife, this lovely house in the olive groves has been beautifully designed and well thought out. The owner wanted to create a peaceful oasis in this rural setting and we think he has achieved just exactly what he set out to do. The building itself was an old traditional olive press house, dating back to the 1800s, and has been restored beautifully to create the perfect holiday hideaway.
The house has four bedrooms and a delightful swimming pool with lots of shaded seating and different places to enjoy the garden. As well as the usual sun loungers there are also huge bean bags from which to enjoy your latest bestseller while you soak up the Greek rays.
The main house has three bedrooms (2 are on the ground floor) and a really large kitchen/diner sitting room which is open plan. The main room has the original workings of an old olive press which are much a feature of the room – a circular glass area in the floor covers the lower workings but shows intriguingly the technology of the press.
Each bedroom has been painted in a strong colour – from blue upstairs to the more natural green and bark in other rooms, this is a house which is quirky and unlike our other, plainer villas. The kitchen has a sociable big breakfast bar as well as somewhere near to sit inside – and a big outside table. The open plan sitting room has been beautifully kitted out with white covers on the furniture and delicate drawings on the white walls.
The wooden shutters have been painted a delicate shade of sage green which beautifully blend with the natural surroundings. Coupled with the stone of the house the architect has created his idea of heaven.
All in all you’d be so happy in this house, surrounded by nature and the dappled light of the ever-changing shadows from the olive trees.