For many a holiday to Santorini is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Whether you’re travelling on your honeymoon, anniversary or simply enjoying a well earned holiday, Santorini will melt your heart. As travellers, we don’t want to just see a place, we want to feel it. The same applies to our accommodation. Hotel stays are not just about clean bed sheets, mini fridges and room service. They are about memorable experiences where we can connect more genuinely with the destination.
So we should forget the functional and bland cookie-cutter hotel rooms, right? Absolutely. We should book a Cave House for a truly authentic stay. These one-off places combine uniqueness, luxury and a home from home feel that even the be
The Cave Houses of Santorini were originally built to accommodate seafaring men and their families. Let’s not forget Santorini was an important island for sea trade in the Cyclades. Carved into the volcanic soil, they consisted of two rooms. The kitchen and hall at the front and a bedroom at the back, separated by a wall. The toilet was often outside and in some case the kitchen too. Light and air entered through the front door, windows and skylight. They collected rain water in the cistern (sterna) and used it for drinking, washing and cooking.
Today you can still experience the feeling of staying in a cave house. The added benefit being they now boast all the features and creature comforts you value the most. Owners have lovingly restored many of the cave houses in Santorini, just like Demeter Cave House. For a relaxing and comfortable stay with high end interiors.
Each Cave House is unique and a destination in itself. Expect curvaceous white-washed walls, high vaulted ceilings stuccoed walls, original artwork and touches of luxury. Many cave houses offer high end facilities too. Count on kit like a heated jacuzzi, couples rain shower and large terraces. The best thing of all is that you don’t have to share it with other guests.
Pyrgos is the most beautiful, preserved village on Santorini. With the best example of the island’s medieval castles, blue domed churches and whitewashed cave houses, Pyrgos showcases the very best of Santorini. Despite its central location in the island, Pyrgos has been spared the development that has gone on elsewhere. The result is a laid back, tranquil and traditional village with style and class. Wander through the medieval streets and around every corner there’s a perfect photo opportunity, not to mention amazing places to eat and drink. You won’t find tourist traps here neither. The sunsets here too are spectacular and best of all you won’t be jostling for position with the crowds.
|from||to||daily price||minimum stay|
|01 Apr 2020||30 Apr 2020||€195||3 nights|
|01 May 2020||15 May 2020||€230||3 nights|
|16 May 2020||31 May 2020||€250||3 nights|
|01 Jun 2020||15 Jun 2020||€270||3 nights|
|16 Jun 2020||30 Jun 2020||€300||3 nights|
|01 Jul 2020||31 Jul 2020||€345||3 nights|
|01 Aug 2020||31 Aug 2020||€370||3 nights|
|01 Sep 2020||30 Sep 2020||€345||3 nights|
|01 Oct 2020||31 Oct 2020||€220||3 nights|
|01 Nov 2020||30 Nov 2020||€180||3 nights|
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