Villa Ourania sits proudly above Skopelos Town. The villa offers a very high standard of accommodation with the personal touches that turn a rental property into a home. With 3 en suite bedrooms, the villa comfortably sleeps up to 6 adults + 2 children. Villa Ourania is a traditional styled property with white washed walls and pastel blue shutters. The pretty front balconies have views down to Skopelos town and the sea beyond.
Ground Floor: Living room and open plan kitchen, master bedroom with en suite bathroom.
Upper Floor: Double bedroom, twin bedroom, both with en suite shower room.
Outside: Private pool, sun terrace, barbecue and parking.
The comfortable lounge is decorated in pale blues and browns with a large L-shaped sofa. A dining area is set to one side.
The modern kitchen with pretty mosaic tiles, offers plenty of space and equipment for preparing those essential al fresco lunches to be enjoyed around the pool.
The romantic master bedroom features a four poster double bed and beautifully chosen furnishings. An en suite bathroom includes a corner bath. Upstairs, there is an elegantly furnished double bedroom and a twin bedroom, both with en suite facilities.
Above each of these bedrooms there is mezzanine furnished with an additional sofa bed and study desk (one extra child per bedroom - 8 guests in total - can be accommodated).
Each bedroom has en suite facilities with 2 shower rooms and a bathroom.
The grounds around the swimming pool have been attractively landscaped into a private oasis with palm tress and shrubs. Sunbeds and umbrellas complete the setting.
Size: 8 x 3.75m
Depths: Shallow: 1.10m, Deep End: 2.20m
Pool Access: via Ladder
Holiday Rating: Excellent
Recommend Property: Yes
Cleaner Rating: Good
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Brochure/Web Description Comments:
Description was very accurate I would change the pictures because the location is more beautiful than the quality of photos.
Skopelos Town, postcard perfect, is likely to be your very first introduction to the island of Skopelos as it is the main port and entery to Skopelos. A collection of whitewashed houses with red roofs along norrow streets and alleys dotted with terracotta flower pots. The town is amphitheartically shaped around the fishing harbour that is fronted by tavernas and low-key bars. Those looking for quiet relaxation will be delighted where as those looking for disco bars will be, thankfully, left wanting!