Driftwood Eco Villa (St Thomas, Karavadhos)

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Sleeps 3 guests.

 

Nested in a 4000m2 plot, among olive, lemon, orange and fig trees, it is the perfect getaway destination for those who seek to enjoy nature, privacy and tranquility. 

 

Driftwood villa is the perfect retreat for couples and for honeymoons. Privacy, nature, candles and aromas create the atmospheric conditions for romantic getaways. The stunning views of the Ionian Sea as well as the imposing Mount Ainos add to the experience. Built from wood and stone and surrounded by local herbs, it is in absolute harmony with the environment, giving away the feeling of oneness with the Greek country. The villa has one bedroom with a king size bed or two singles. All have Coco Mat mattresses and pillows, made from 100% natural materials that makes sleeping a comforting and relaxing experience.

 

  • Absolute Relaxation Experience

  • Private swimming pool

  • 1 bedroom with King size bed 

  • 1 sofa bed

  • Fully fitted kitchen 

  • Air conditioning 

  • Free WiFi 

  • Free satellite TV 

  • Bluetooth speaker 

  • Complementary toiletries 

  • Outdoor sun terrace 

  • Sun loungers 

  • Sea views 

  • Beautiful maintained gardens

 

About your hosts . . .

 

Dennis and Maria are the owners of Driftwood Villa. Dennis has many years of experience in the tourist industry and Maria is an alternative healer.  They both have a love for nature, ecology, animals and healthy living. So they decided to build this eco-villa in order to be able to offer the Greek “filoxenia”* along with the closeness to nature. They want their guests to be able to enjoy the Greek country side, to learn the hidden beauties of Kefalonia and feel as welcome as possible. They aim to offer a unique experience of relaxation, comfort and hospitality.

 

*filoxenia  = hospitality, derived from the Greek words filo = love and xenos = stranger. Ancient Greeks believed that it was a moral obligation to be hospitable to travelers and strangers. Zeus, the father of the Gods was called Xenios Zeus and was the protector of filoxenia.

 

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