Lovely bungalow guest house on private estate. Beautiful views, quiet and peaceful setting within the garden of the main house. Amazing views to Souda Bay, the White Mountains, Apokoronas, and the open sea.
The guest house includes 1 double bedroom with air-con, en-suite bathroom with shower, a living room with kitchenette, and a separate WC where the washing machine is placed. There is a spacious pergola-covered terrace including a dining area, a BBQ, a daybed, and a hammock. The bungalow and its terrace is completely private (not visible to the estate’s other residents).
Prices quoted on this listing refer to 2 guests, and can only accomodate in addition a baby.
Immediately below the bungalow is the property’s second guest house which sleeps 4. This house can be rented together with the bungalow thus accommodating a total of 6. For more information please see listing number 6556640.
Access to the bungalow is by a private path leading from the property’s gated entrance. Parking can be outside the property on the side of the neighboring olive grove.
Located on the Akrotiri peninsula of Chania, on the outskirts of the village of Sternes. The lovely beaches of Loutraki and Marathi are only a short drive away, as is the quaint village of Sternes.
Preferred guests are couples wishing to enjoy peace and quiet, respectful of the estate’s owners’ proximity. Maximum occupancy is 2, with the possibility for a cot for child up to the age of 2. Music/noise and conversation generated from the guests or equipment that they are using in and around the bungalow should be kept to a respectable level in consideration of the owners and must be reduced to a minimum after 9 pm.
The pretty village of Sternes is located south of Chania International Airport (no air traffic above). The village includes 3 places to dine, a gyro/souvlaki café, a tavern, and a Kafenion (local café). There are 2 minimarkets providing basic groceries, fruit and vegetables, a bakery, and a pharmacy.
Approx. 3 km below Sternes are the sandy beaches of Loutraki and Marathi. Both have shallow, crystal-clear waters, are well protected from the northerly winds of July and August, and are favorites among both tourists and locals alike. There are 3 places to eat in Loutraki; a beach café, a grill-taverna, and another lunch tavern. Marathi has a slightly larger selection of restaurants, one of them, Patrelantonis, considered to be one of the best restaurants in Chania. Equally good but with fewer selections on its menu is the beach fish-café of Rokakis. Fishermen in the family assure fresh fish and seafood on a daily basis.
2 km to the sandy beach of Loutraki with lunch café and 2 tavernas
3,2 km to the sandy beach of Marathi with 3 tavernas
1,5 km to nearest shop in the village of Sternes. Sternes also has a bakery, a pharmacy and 2 tavernas
7 km to the international airport of Chania
15 km to Chania, with its lovely old town and famous Venetian harbor