Double bedroom with en suite shower room and access to large roof terrace
Two double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms and French doors opening onto the terrace
Double bedroom (can be made into a twin) with en suite shower room and French doors opening onto the terrace
Lower Ground Floor
Double bedroom accessed via French doors onto the terrace, en suite shower room
Double bedroom (can be made into a twin) with en suite shower room, accessed via doors onto the terrace or through the games room
Sitting room with doors opening onto the terrace
Well-equipped spacious kitchen
Please note, due to high drops in the garden and roof terrace, and externally accessed bedrooms this house is unsuitable for young children. Please discuss at time of enquiry whether it would be suitable for your group.
Can be rented with Little Loggos to sleep up to 18 in total
Swimming pool (12 x 5m) set above the house with fabulous views of the sea, fixed bench seating and a pergola with play area
Outdoor, pergola-shaded dining/sitting areas
Air con in all bedrooms, ceiling fans in all rooms except the main room which has multiple doors opening onto terrace
Gaggia coffee machine
Cocomat beds and mattresses
Jonny iced coffee maker
2 large fridge / freezers (with a spare in the utility room)
Trimm Copenhagen cushion seats and benches
Chef and assistant included during July & August (ingredients payable locally)
The villa is in the sweet village of Dendiatika
There is a small beach just below the house called Fikia, direct access from the villa – only a couple of minutes walk
Loggos is around a 7 minutes walk along the old goat track or 8 minutes by car on the main road
Lakka is 10 minutes by car
Monodendri beach is 10 minutes by car
Gaios is 15 minutes by car
Fly to Corfu from London and most regional airports
We arrange all transfers from Corfu airport to the island either by sea taxi, or ferry (journey time approx. 1hr)
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 Anti Paxos (2km) or just to explore the hidden beauty in every bay, drop the anchor and swim through the mysterious caves that dot the coastline. The local restaurants are of a very high standard serving both traditional Greek food and the most delicious Italian cuisine. Eating out on Paxos is a total 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. The joy of Paxos is its simplicity.
This house is in the most fabulous spot, only a few minutes walk to Loggos, the prettiest village on the island. Nip down to the little beach just below the house for a pre breakfast swim, then collect your boat from Loggos and spend the afternoon exploring the islands’ many coves. Moor up again and sip cocktails whilst the boats drift in and out of the harbour.
Inside, the interiors are quirky and cool with enormous sofas, encaustic tiles, polished plaster floors and Moroccan lamps.