This newly renovated cave house is just steps away from the most famous sunset viewing spot in Oia. What a privilege it will be to experience the sunset from the luxurious hot tub on your own private balcony.
Evryday villa is truly a feast for the senses, inside and out. A rich palette of texture and color on the interior pairs with stunning, expansive views. All the modern comforts of home blend seamlessly with traditional Cycladic furnishings and bespoke antiques.
The central combined living and dining room is bright and cheerful, with two built-in Cycladic style sofas and a restored antique dining setting. The first bedroom, with a built-in queen size bed, is accessed from the living room. This bedroom has a stunning en-suite bathroom, with a sculptural walk-in shower of handmade pigmented plaster. Even the kitchen in this amazing house is beautiful! It’s fully equipped with everything you need to feel right at home.
The second bedroom with a double bed is accessed near the kitchen. A second full bath with walk-in shower is also near the kitchen.
The view from the terrace is beyond words. Sea, sky, volcanoes and cliff-side villages greet you at your morning coffee-time or at the brilliant sunset. While scores of visitors stand along the cliff edge awaiting the magical sunset moment, you’ll be relaxing on your terrace, enjoying the same view from the hot tub!
Evrydau villa is perfect for a family of six guests who are seeking a unique, private home with an authentic caldera experience in Oia. (Two guests can be accommodated with the large sofas in the living room.)
This is a fully serviced accommodation. Daily linens and maid service are provided
Most early residents of Santorini worked in sea trading and exports. In order to be close to their occupation and also to perceive potentially unfriendly ship invasions, they chose to live on the edge of the caldera cliffs. Wealthy ship captains built mansions that can still be seen in Oia today. Ship hands and sailors built “hyposkafa” or “cave houses”, which were carved into the soft pumice stone of the cliff-sides.
These cave houses were easier to build, and protected the occupants from the harsh winter winds and weather. The natural insulation of the earthen walls of the space also regulated the interior temperature year-round, keeping them warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Today, this natural insulation continues to produce an advantage for the villa, maintaining a constantly cool interior environment, even on the hottest summer days.
The renovation of Evryday preserved the original organic shapes of the smooth walls and vaulted ceilings that were part of the original house. The creative use of the original features is evident throughout the house.