In the heart of the medieval city, behind a high wall you will find hidden gem.
In the heart of the medieval city, behind a high wall you will find hidden gem, enclosed on 70 sqm . with10sqm of an amazing balcony overlooking the Castle, Old town Clock , there with a private sitting area outside. On the ground floor is a living room with comfortable dinning area a fully equipped kitchen. A comfortable bathroom with shower and bidet is located on the ground floor, equipped with a washing machine, hairdryer. The staircase leads to first floor, to the master bedroom, equipped with double bed and air condition. Another staircase leads the second bedroom which is equipped with double air-condition. All bedrooms have large closets and the shutters or blinds are adjustable to dark the rooms, or to keep mosquitoes away. I do provide all the necessary linear, bed sheets, towels for your stay. On the terrace, guests can have their meals under the sun umbrella and a sitting area invites you to enjoy the barbecue or reading a book in the hammock.
Finaly two Plasma TVs & satellite, wireless internet connection is always available.
We always welcome our guests on arrival day, and assist them during their stay for having memorable holidays.
Best to know one thing from the start about Old (Medieval) Town of Rhodes (Rhodos): It's not laid out on a grid -- not even close. There are roughly 200 streets or lanes that simply have no name. Getting lost here is not a defeat; it's an opportunity. Whenever you feel the need to find your bearings, you can ask for Sokratous, which is the closest the Old Town of Rhodes comes to having a main street.
When you approach the walls of the Old Town of Rhodes, you are about to enter the oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe. It's a thrill to behold. Although there are many gates, we suggest that you first enter through Eleftheria (Liberty) Gate, where you'll come to Plateia Simi (Simi square), containing ruins of the Temple of Venus, identified by the votive offerings found here, which may date from the 3rd century B.C. The remains of the temple are next to a parking lot (driving is restricted in the Old Town), which rather diminishes the impact of the few stones and columns still standing. Nevertheless, the ruins are a reminder that a great Hellenistic city once stood here and encompassed the entire area now occupied by the city, including the old and new towns. The population of the Hellenistic city of Rhodes is thought to have equaled the current population of the whole island (roughly 100,000).