2 large bedrooms on the lower level, with king size beds (can be made into twins) and en-suite shower rooms
Open plan kitchen with dining area and sitting room, leading to a spacious balcony
Guest loo with laundry facilities
Swimming pool (2.5x8m)
Outdoor covered dining
Outdoor shower (by the pool)
Air conditioning in bedrooms and living room-kitchen
TV with satellite channels
Bathrobes and slippers
Beach towels (pool towels as standard)
Apivita complimentary bathroom products
Iron and ironing board
Parking for one car
Mid week maid service (2 hours)
An upgrade package is available for an additional cost (payable at the time of booking), this includes the following services;
Arrival/departure airport transfer if required
Transfers to beaches once per day, located within 5km (Eblisis Bay, Foki Beach)
Fully stocked fridge upon arrival with local products (items restocked when required, payable locally)
Breakfast provisions delivery, for guests to make own breakfast
Maid service and evening turn down, 7 days per week
Laundry assistance in house (up to 3 washes, ironing not included)
Complimentary bar with bottles of spirits (restocking is available at a surcharge)
Small motorboat for a day out, excluding fuel (up to 5 guests)
Private tour to Melissani lake and Drogarati Cave
Additional services available on request (payable locally):
Transfers can be arranged
The house is located in the north eastern tip of Kekalonia
Fiscardo village is 10 minutes walk, for shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. There is a pharmacy, post office and two supermarkets
Emblisi is the closest beach, 6 minutes drive
Foki beach is 5km
Fly to Kefalonia from most regional airports (off season fly to Athens and take a connecting flight), the house is 60 minutes drive from the airport.
Closest port is Sami, 40 minutes drive
Hire car not necessary recommended – transfers can be arranged by the concierge
Fiscardo is a picturesque and beautiful Greek harbour village on the northern tip of Kefalonia, the largest of the seven Ionian islands. Of all the villages on this large and diverse island, Fiscardo is unique in that it was left virtually undamaged during the earthquake of 1953 which ruined most of the historic buildings on Kefalonia.
This vibrant, colourful port is bustling in the summer with its many quayside tavernas, fine restaurants, cafes and local bars to satisfy everyone’s palate, and shops, housed in renovated Venetian style mansions. By night, Fiscardo takes on an entirely different perspective. It is considered to be the most cosmopolitan spot in the Ionian Sea, the charming waterfront is lit up and bustling. Amble through the cobbled streets, potter around the odd souvenir shop and array of boutiques.
Traditional Kefalonian fishing boats moor alongside the more extravagant temporary visitors during the summer. If you are early enough you can buy freshly caught fish. Otherwise a stroll around the harbour will take you on a tour of some of the most luxurious yachts, attracted to Kefalonia by the tranquility of Fiscardo.
Just a few minutes walk from the bustling port of Fiscardo, we were delighted to find this small but perfectly proportioned house which is just perfect for a family escape.
The accommodation consists of two large bedrooms on the lower level, both with beautifully appointed marble-clad en-suite bathrooms. On the upper level, there is a good sized sitting room, leading out onto a spacious balcony with seating and a covered area for dining.
The landscaped gardens were more beautiful than we expected, lush and well established with whirling butterfly and old olive trees – the photos don’t do it justice. Windmill House is set higher on the hill than it’s neighbours and the grounds are set within a stone wall and not overlooked, even though there are a few houses nearby.
You can rent electric bikes, so car hire is not essential, and it’s an easy walk down to Fiscardo village where you will be spoiled for choice with lots of lovely bars and tavernas – Fiscardo is definitely the place to be on Kefalonia!