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Gonis Suite 3

Apartment with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom in Palaiochora, Crete

From £650 per week

Apartment to rent in Palaiochora, Crete

This 1 bedroom apartment is located in Palaiochora and sleeps 5 people. It has WiFi, barbeque facilities and parking nearby.

  • Apartment
  • Sleeps 5
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • WiFi
  • Air conditioning
  • Balcony / terrace
  • Parking
  • BBQ
  • Washing machine

Apartment overview - owner's description

This cozy apartment in the village is only 20 meters from the sea and next to an organized beach named Chaliki. The house can accommodate up to 5 people, 2 in the spacious double bedroom, 2 in a convertable sofa to bed and 1 in an extra bed that must be asked from home owner. It has 2 balconies one with sea view with lounge furniture and one with street view. There is also a common balcony area with two other apartments. The living room is air conditioned, it has a flat screen TV and internet wifi is available. The kitchen is fully equipped with common modern amenities.

The apartment is at Paleochora village, a famous summer destination in Crete that attracts thousands of visitors every year. It has supermarkets, shops, bars and restaurants within a walking distance. Moreover a boat organizes day trips to Agia Roumeli, Loutra, Sfakia and Gaudos island.

Floor Layoute:

living room, dining area, kitchen, double bedroom, WC/bathroom

There is a 10% long stay discount for stays longer than 10 days.

General Cretevillas4u Services:

-Welcome Basket

-Cleaning Three times per week

-Concierge Service

-Chef Services in Villa

-Transfer Service

-Car Rental Service with additional discount for our guests

-Wine Tasting in Villa

-Sailing Service

-Wedding Service

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Location

Outside this apartment in Palaiochora, Crete
This apartment has a balcony and a barbecue.

Prices and availability

Updated 20 October 2018

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Extras

Compulsory

  • Cleaning fee

    Free of charge

Facilities

Bedrooms

1 bedroom, Sleeps 5:

  • 1 double bed

Bathrooms

1 bathroom

Entertainment

Internet / WiFi, TV

General

Air conditioning, Hair dryer, Iron / board, Towels / linen, Washing machine

Kitchen

Cooker, Crockery, Cutlery, Fridge, Freezer, Kettle, Oven, Toaster

Outside

Balcony or terrace, Barbecue, Parking

Suitable for

Children

Agency From Rethymnon, Greece Member since Mar 2018

Hello there,
I am Manos, owner and manager of CreteVillas4U. I have been in the hospitality sector long before CreteVillas4U, however. I was actually born, grew up, and spent most of my life in a hotel owned by my family. So, I guess it came as no surprise when I expressed my wish to study in Rhodes’ Tourism School and, later on, when I decided to start my own business in the sector.
One thing I learned growing up in a family-run hotel is that hospitality is more than hotel management, logistics and operations. It is a culture, passing down from one generation to the next. You can study to be a hotel manager but you cannot study to be hospitable.
I apply this philosophy in my business as well. The rule is simple: the guests of the villas I manage are my guests. As an active traveller, I expect nothing less myself.
The fourth generation of Dafermos hoteliers has already been born. I know now that my two beautiful children will probably follow my steps, like I did before them. There is a small difference though: they are smarter, more educated, better (big smile).
All the best,
Manos Dafermos

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Hello there,
I am Manos, owner and manager of CreteVillas4U. I have been in the hospitality sector long before CreteVillas4U, however. I was actually born, grew up, and spent most of my life in a hotel owned by my family. So, I guess it came as no surprise when I expressed my wish to study in Rhodes’ Tourism School and, later on, when I decided to start my own business in the sector.
One thing I learned growing up in a family-run hotel is that hospitality is more than hotel management, logistics and operations. It is a culture, passing down from one generation to the next. You can study to be a hotel manager but you cannot study to be hospitable.
I apply this philosophy in my business as well. The rule is simple: the guests of the villas I manage are my guests. As an active traveller, I expect nothing less myself.
The fourth generation of Dafermos hoteliers has already been born. I know now that my two beautiful children will probably follow my steps, like I did before them. There is a small difference though: they are smarter, more educated, better (big smile).
All the best,
Manos Dafermos