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House by the sea with large garden (ref: 44736)

House by the sea with large garden

In a quiet bay just a short walk from a lovely beach

A small traditional Cycladic house in a big private garden garden planted with olive and fig trees.

This is a lovely cozy house of 80m2 set in grounds of 4000m2.

At the front of the house is a good sized veranda with a mass of flowers and panoramic sea views, and it's likely that this is where you'll want to spend most of your time.

The house is just 400m from the beautiful sandy Soros beach.

Accommodation includes two bedrooms, one bathroom with shower, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, TV, washing machine, large veranda with patio furniture, marble table and panoramic sea view.

The house can accommodate 4 - 6 people.

Twice weekly cleaning and linen change are included in the rental rate.

This is a lovely house in a beautiful location - ideal for care free summer holidays...

The sandy beach just a short walk from the bottom of the garden has crystal clear water and is great for swimming. There are several more excellent beaches within a short walking distance. The land behind Soros Bay is fairly wild and offers lots of good walkink.

There is only one road around the island, and the house is about 10 kms from the main village, and is set in a large garden with fig and olive trees.There are two very good tavernas nearby, within a few minutes walk. One is considered to be the best on the island. The other is almost as good and sits right next to the beach. Both serve home cooked dishes and fresh fish and are run by local families who are very friendly. They will also deliver meals.

There are two large bays with sandy beaches with easy access to the sea and several smaller secluded bays around the promontory. There is a stunning walk along the hills to the smaller bays.

The island has one small whitewashed village ten kilometres away, which is a typical picturesque Cycladic village with one main street leading up from the fishing harbour which is full of traditional fishing boats or caiques. Fishermen go out every weekday morning and on their return sell their catch on the waterfront.

The main street, like most of the village, is pedestrianised. The houses which lead off it are all white-washed, and it is lined with cafes and restaurants, souvlaki kiosks and traditional shops. It has several minimarkets which sell everything you'll need, a chemist, a bakery, newsagents, a bank, hardware shops and several travel agents. There is a very efficient laundry which returns clothes within the hour.

The small main square next to the church is encircled with cafes under the shade of the trees. Men sit and play cards and backgammon in the evenings. At night the square comes alive and there are several bars and discos on the outskirts of the village.

The road to the house is dotted with pretty bays and beaches and a sprinkling of houses and tavernas. It is a short ferry ride to the bigger island of Paros, which has its own airport, and where the large ferries dock from Athens and the neighbouring islands. There are regular ferries from Paros to Athens, to nearby Mykonos, Santorini and other islands.

From the villa in the other direction from the village a walk (or drive) over the hills brings you to another quiet harbour. The sunset from here is spectacular. There are several tavernas where you can watch the sun disappearing over the horizon.

On the way to the village the big attraction is an enormous cave, which reaches deep into the hillside and has a stairwell constructed so that visitors can see the huge stalactites and stalagmites.

A car is essential and can be hired from a recommended agency in Paros. The car will meet you on arrival at the port or airport of Paros.

Directions:

Fly to Athens. Then there is a choice of ferry boat or plane to the island of Paros. From Paros there is a short boat ride across to Antiparos and a short drive from the village to the house on the Bay of Soros.

In a quiet bay just a short walk from a lovely beach

  • House
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Children welcome, Pets welcome
Rates:Please Enquire
Theme:Away from it all, Farm Rural
Location:Beach, Rural

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Owner: Dream Holiday Lets - Tel: 0044 (0)1843 293131, Mob:

House by the sea with large garden
Sunny Island HousePatio with Sea ViewsCycladic White and Blue HouseAn abundance of flowering plantsTraditional Island StyleBedroomPeaceful Surroundings

A small traditional Cycladic house in a big private garden garden planted with olive and fig trees.

This is a lovely cozy house of 80m2 set in grounds of 4000m2.

At the front of the house is a good sized veranda with a mass of flowers and panoramic sea views, and it's likely that this is where you'll want to spend most of your time.

The house is just 400m from the beautiful sandy Soros beach.

Accommodation includes two bedrooms, one bathroom with shower, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, TV, washing machine, large veranda with patio furniture, marble table and panoramic sea view.

The house can accommodate 4 - 6 people.

Twice weekly cleaning and linen change are included in the rental rate.

This is a lovely house in a beautiful location - ideal for care free summer holidays...

Location
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Nearest Airport:Paros at 14 Kilometres
Nearest Ferry Port:Antiparos at 10 Kilometres
Nearest Beach:Soros at 400 Metres

The sandy beach just a short walk from the bottom of the garden has crystal clear water and is great for swimming. There are several more excellent beaches within a short walking distance. The land behind Soros Bay is fairly wild and offers lots of good walkink.

There is only one road around the island, and the house is about 10 kms from the main village, and is set in a large garden with fig and olive trees.There are two very good tavernas nearby, within a few minutes walk. One is considered to be the best on the island. The other is almost as good and sits right next to the beach. Both serve home cooked dishes and fresh fish and are run by local families who are very friendly. They will also deliver meals.

There are two large bays with sandy beaches with easy access to the sea and several smaller secluded bays around the promontory. There is a stunning walk along the hills to the smaller bays.

The island has one small whitewashed village ten kilometres away, which is a typical picturesque Cycladic village with one main street leading up from the fishing harbour which is full of traditional fishing boats or caiques. Fishermen go out every weekday morning and on their return sell their catch on the waterfront.

The main street, like most of the village, is pedestrianised. The houses which lead off it are all white-washed, and it is lined with cafes and restaurants, souvlaki kiosks and traditional shops. It has several minimarkets which sell everything you'll need, a chemist, a bakery, newsagents, a bank, hardware shops and several travel agents. There is a very efficient laundry which returns clothes within the hour.

The small main square next to the church is encircled with cafes under the shade of the trees. Men sit and play cards and backgammon in the evenings. At night the square comes alive and there are several bars and discos on the outskirts of the village.

The road to the house is dotted with pretty bays and beaches and a sprinkling of houses and tavernas. It is a short ferry ride to the bigger island of Paros, which has its own airport, and where the large ferries dock from Athens and the neighbouring islands. There are regular ferries from Paros to Athens, to nearby Mykonos, Santorini and other islands.

From the villa in the other direction from the village a walk (or drive) over the hills brings you to another quiet harbour. The sunset from here is spectacular. There are several tavernas where you can watch the sun disappearing over the horizon.

On the way to the village the big attraction is an enormous cave, which reaches deep into the hillside and has a stairwell constructed so that visitors can see the huge stalactites and stalagmites.

A car is essential and can be hired from a recommended agency in Paros. The car will meet you on arrival at the port or airport of Paros.

Directions:

Fly to Athens. Then there is a choice of ferry boat or plane to the island of Paros. From Paros there is a short boat ride across to Antiparos and a short drive from the village to the house on the Bay of Soros.

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Rental Rates

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Rental Rates

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Notes on the Rental Rates

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A deposit of around 50% is required at the time of booking.
Balance to be paid one month before your arrival.

Accommodation

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Bedrooms

BedroomFacilities
Bedroom 11 Double Bed, Sleeps 0
Bedroom 21 Double Bed, 1 Single Bed, Sleeps 0
Notes: Up to six people can be accommodated in this house. There is a sofa bed for 2 in the living room.

Bathrooms:

BathroomFacilities
Bathroom 1Toilet, Shower
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Facilities

Suitability:Pets Welcome, Children Welcome
Kitchen:Four-Ring Stove, Freezer, Fridge, Oven
Theme:Away from it all, Farm Rural
Location:Beach, Rural

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