An authentic stone house with a breath taking view, a unique experience of historical revival in a calm. Original and romantic environnement surrounded by lemon, citrus, pomegrenate and palm trees facing the Aegean Sea.
Our small village house is located on the shores of the beautiful Aegean sea facing the island of Chios in the village of Ildir (Ancient Erythrai). It is made out of the old stones which built the wall of city of Erythrai 3000 BC, and which is now an open air natural museum full of history. The house is situated over a lemon, olive and pomegrenate garden and all its rooms have a full view of the sea. The patio overlooking the garden and the bay is fantastic at nights under the moon light. The house has 3 rooms fully furnished and 2 bathrooms equipped with a shower and also hosts one very small kitchenette area - appliances can be supplied if needed. The house is 50 m2 and the terrace is also 50 m2 .
We can host to 4 guests and 1 or 2 babies.
Toegang voor gasten
The price concerns 2 people in the big bedroom, the bathroom and the small kitchenette area. They can also use the terrace, the citrus garden and could have access to the swimming pool with in the rules and timing set. If there is more than 2 people who wants to stay in the place, we open the second room with 2 beds and they pay 40 Euros for each person who stays. If there is only 2 people who stays in the house they can not use the 2 nd room unless they pay for it. Couples can only use the number of rooms they have reserved.
Interactie met gasten
The small village house is at the same estate as the house we are living in. There is nearly 150 metres between 2 of them.
If there is any need, we are happy to help the guests.
When you are in your house, no one else is permitted to stay in other than you.
There is a 12 meters long swimming pool in the garden, on the terrace beyond our house. No one else uses it while you are there and the pool area can not be seen by us or from outside.
Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
We are at the old side of Ildır, where it is forbidden to construct.
We are less than 100 metres from the sea, our house is on the shore but on a hill called ''The Paradise Hill''. On the other side of the sea you have Chios Island as well as a fantastic view of all the 9 other close inhabited islands from your terrace..
- BREAKFAST: The price of the rooms includes breakfast. Everything you need -cheese, butter, homemade jams, honey, salamis, eggs, all dairy products, corn flakes, oatmeal, fruit juices will be available in your fridge and cupboards and time to time we bring you also some Turkish delights. When you arrive, we show you a bakery where you get your bread and cookies, you take what ever pleases you and we pass after to pay them. We put bottles of water only for your tea or coffee, you have to buy yourself your daily intake of water.
-There is a 12 meters long swimming pool in the garden, on the terrace beyond our house. No one else uses it while you are there. But if you have small children, they can not stay in the pool area alone. İf any thing happens to them it is under your responsability.
-While staying in the pool area you can not violate our privacy by coming up to our house or taking videos or photos of our house without asking our permission. Using drone's and such things around our house is strictly forbidden.
For the last 40 years I have lived nearly all my life in between Paris-Brussels, and since few years we have decided with my husband to settle back to Turkey again. He is Belgian, and he loves the quality of life we live in Ildır as well as the calm and the possibilities of getting nearly the best of what nature offers..We were both in advertising business for years, and we love open minded, creative and interesting people..We love any kind of arts, history, and architecture as well as all kinds of music. I adore literature and philosophy. Movies and theatres for me is a must:-)
We traveled a lot in our life time, my best destinations were certainly Venice-Costa Rica-Anguilla for not counting the rest.
Personally I believe that each place has a soul and we like it or not, we have to respect it.