Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
Twin bedroom with private bathroom
Double bedroom with en suite bathroom
Twin bedroom with en suite shower
Sitting room with dining area
Outside dining table, seating 8, under shaded pergola
Swimming pool (4.9 x 8m) – the pool can be heated for an additional cost
Wood fire BBQ
Terrace with outside dining table
Air conditioning in bedrooms
A cook is included in the price – who will prepare breakfast and one other meal daily, cost of food and drink is payable locally
Daily maid service
Linen change twice a week
The house is just off the road down to the beautiful and charming fishing village of San Stefano, just 1.5km down the hill
San Stefano is around a 20 minute walk from the villa, and there is a footpath (although quite rough and not suitable at all times of year)
Avlaki is 2km away, and has great water sports
Small supermarkets are a 5 minute drive up hill
Kerasia Beach and taverna is 3km away
Tennis courts are available 5km away, on the edge of Kassiopi
Corfu town is a 45 min drive and well worth a visit
Fly to Corfu from all London and most regional airports
Villa Barbara is a 60 minute drive from the airport, a hire car is recommended
Corfu is a glorious heaven of relaxation under the sun and floating in the clear blue Ionian sea, punctuated by delicious lunches on the beach.
The highlight of a lunch at a beach side taverna must be seeking out a new one every day, pulling up in your little boat to one of the many jetties where the owner (or a waiter) will wave you in, catch your rope and tie up your boat before handing you their menu and leading you to a table.
Corfu has to be seen from the sea to be truly believed and appreciated. Take a boat to find the more secluded coves on the north east coast that you can only get to by boat. Enjoy the beautiful beaches or snorkelling in one of the many bays before a sun downer at one of the lovely tavernas nearby. Boat home again and dine on your villa terrace in the silky night air.
From Avlaki beach you can enjoy dinghy sailing, water-skiing, paraponting, scuba diving and snorkelling as well as many other water sports. You can also take a horse for a ride through the quiet countryside.
The island has a rich history and plays an important role in Greece’s ancient history. Visit cosmopolitan Corfu town, shop in its narrow streets and enjoy a drink on the ’Liston’. Alternatively visit its various museums (Archaeological & Byzantine) and palaces. Visit the Byzantine castle of Angelokastro for a spot of history and drama – imaginative children love it.
This is a little jewel of a house in the beautiful North East of Corfu, rare to find a small house which is so perfectly formed. Although it sleeps 8 people you wouldn’t feel it too big for 6.
With four lovely bedrooms and bathrooms this house is perfect for various couples or two small families.
We were lucky enough to stay in the house so we got a really good feel for it. A well-equipped kitchen is open plan to a small dining area and comfortable soft seats which lead to a terrace. There is a big table in the shade where an excellent cook will serve breakfast and any other meals, as many as you wish.
A big pool is a bonus but one with views down to the beautiful bay of Agios Stefanos is very special indeed. Enjoy the sun rise in front of you as you sip your morning coffee. A great little supermarket is 1km up the road while it is easy to get to both Avlaki and Kerasia beaches from this raised position.
We can offer this house to be rented with its neighbouring property, Villa Thea, both are owned by one family and would make a perfect complement.