Evia Cottage Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 sitting room with big kitchen
Holiday Cottage near the village of Nerotrivia on the island of Evia, Greece.
A very quiet and relaxing cottage with all comforts and a nearby beach (2 minutes away) that is nearly a private one with many pine trees providing shadow. The cottage has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 sitting room with big kitchen and sleeps up to 4 people.
Situated 80m from the beach, this cottage style villa has 74m2 of floor space, comprising, a living room with a large table and integrated kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a small w.c and a boiler room, both with outside access. All rooms have A/C. A sheltered terrace (with built in table and bench) leads from the sitting room and overlooks the north Evian Gulf and the mainland beyond, as well as having a splendid view of Mount Parnassus (2,457m) in the distance. The house is fully furnished and equipped. Linen and bedding are included and there is a weekly laundry and cleaning service.
The journey from Athens airport is by motorway (approx 120kms) via Chalkida, the island’s capital. The following 25 kms are towards the village of Nerotriva, which is situated on a pine-clad mountain ridge at altitude of approx 300m. Olive groves spread down from the village to the shore. Access to the villa is a further 3 kms on a partly graveled road.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- smoking allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
About RUDI HAEUSLER
German Architect retired, leaving in Greece since many many years.
RUDI HAEUSLER purchased this cottage in 1993
Why RUDI HAEUSLER chose Evia
The island of Evia has not yet been discovered by international tourism except for a few larger hotels in the Eritrea area in the south. For the most part, it can still be enjoyed in the timeless manner traditional Greek lifestyle landscape, taverns, villages and people exist in a tranquility lost of the more tourist centres. Here you can still meet herds of sheep and goats and high in the mountains there are castle grazing freely.. Occasionally a hare or a nightingale will surprise you in this corner atmosphere, for people who are searching for somewhere 'different'.