Respect for the environment and preserving the traditional architecture of the place are the main characteristics of the traditional guesthouse. Stone, wood and metal were used in traditional techniques by local craftsmen, resulting in an inspiring composition of authentic accommodation and local design.
The wooden skeleton of the roof constructed with old Byzantine tiles, the local Mani stone, carved from large blocks, everything was carefully chosen to create this magnificent traditional stone-built guesthouse. The natural materials, colors and characteristic fragrances of the place, refer to past times that reminisce authentic Greek hospitality.
The 2 two-storey houses are furnished with antiquities that have been selectively collected over the years from all over the world. The authentic 19th-century treasure chest, the German bookcase from the Alps, the English vintage wash stand, along with the Persian carpets and French engravings, all contribute to the interior design of exquisite aesthetics and unique atmosphere of Liodentra traditional guesthouse.
Each two-storey house of 135 sq.m. consists of 2 bedrooms to accommodate at least 4 people, 2-3 bathrooms, 2 large living areas with a desk, a balcony with traditional tiles and a large terrace under the metal pergola offering the perfect place for a siesta or dinner under the moonlight.
The feeling of elegance and hospitality are complimented by air conditioning throughout. A fully equipped traditional kitchen (+ NespressoΤΜ), TV and Wi-Fi connection in all rooms of the complex as well as iPod docking stations complete the sense of luxury.
The single storey house is 38 sq.m. and is a favourite with younger family members who were also partly responsible for its design.
All bathrooms are provided with the highest quality natural care products to ensure the best possible care and revitalization of our guests.
The stone-built split-level family villa that covers a floor area of 130sqm is tastefully decorated with antiques, wooden furnishings and earthy tones. It is air-conditioned and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms with free toiletries and a hairdryer. The living room comes with a fireplace, iPod docking station, flat-screen TV and DVD player. A well-equipped kitchen with Nespresso machine and free Wi-Fi are also available.
This stone-built ground-floor bungalow, which covers a floor area of 38sqm, has a bedroom and bathroom with free toiletries and hair dryer. It is decorated with antiques, wooden furnishings and earthy tones. It is air-conditioned and opens out into the garden, where there is a relaxing sitting area. A mini-fridge, Nespresso machine, iPod docking station, flat-screen TV and a DVD player are provided and free Wi-Fi is available.
Within the grounds is a 13 metre length pool where visitors can swim or relax with a book on the comfortable loungers located around; adequate shade is provided by olive trees and umbrellas.
Ritsa beach is a few steps away from “Elaiodendro”, and is perfect for swimming in its blue waters, or for a canoe ride. The area is ideal for fishing or snorkeling. We take particular pride in our garden which is not only an oasis of peace but a safe playground for children. Our young guests (and their parents) will appreciate the swings, a slide and a seesaw!
The guests can visit the Tower of Mourtzinos, in the historic village of Old Kardamyli. Walking the cobbled streets, one will see the church of Agios Spiridon, which dates from the Byzantium and has a magnificent belfry. Stroll around the Old Town of Kardamyli, and take a break at one of the pictaresque cafes nearby. The historical Museum of Greek Culture "Androuvista" in Exochori is a must!
There are many other beaches in very close proximity, such as Ritsa, Chalikias , Salio, Dolphins, Kalamitsi , Foneas and Neo Proastio. Ritsa beach is a few steps away from the properties, and is perfect for swimming in its blue waters, or for a canoe ride. The area is ideal for fishing or snorkeling.
In close proximity to Kardamyli and well worth a visit, are a number of pretty villages. Some, such as Stupa have wonderful beaches while others like Agios Nicholaos date back to Byzantine times. Other places of interest are the small towns of Itilo and Areopolis as well as the famous caves of Diros.
Mountain climbers and ramblers will find many mountain paths starting from Kardamyli, ideal for mountain biking, some of which actually reach the top of Taygetos, the highest mountain of the Peloponnese.
While enjoying your holidays in Kardamyli, you have the chance to visit The Patrick and Joan Leigh Fermor House, which is open to public with scheduled visits and guided tours.
EOT Tourist Licence number: MHTE 1249K91000248500
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|01 Apr 2021||31 May 2021||€800||7 nights|
|01 Jun 2021||30 Jun 2021||€1000||7 nights|
|01 Jul 2021||12 Sep 2021||€1200||7 nights|
|13 Sep 2021||31 Oct 2021||€1000||7 nights|
|01 Nov 2021||14 Nov 2021||€800||7 nights|