Villa Rossa is a 110 year-old mansion that measures 360 m2 and is built on a plot of 2 hectares, offering private parking facility for 6 vehicles. It was recently refurbished, constituting a labor of love and involving the investment of a great deal of personal time and creative energy on the part of its owners, in order to become your very own country escape. Each of its rooms is fully functional and has been designed to offer the visitor complete autonomy, privacy, relaxation, as well as moments of serenity and peace.
During the refurbishment of the Villa, care was taken to maintain to the property’s architectural heritage. The renovation remained true to the original building, with its timber and stone parts conserved with painstaking attention to detail. Any later decorative additions were sparsely deployed and carefully selected in order to blend in seamlessly with the original design. This has ensured that the prevailing atmosphere at the Villa remains cozy, familial warm and luxurious.
The Villa comprises of 2 levels, which communicate by an internal wooden hand-carved staircase. It features two fairy-tale like sitting rooms, one on the ground floor and one on the first floor, a fully-equipped kitchen, as well as a spacious bathroom with shower and a WC.
Villa Rossa accommodates with comfort up to 10 guests in 5 bedrooms,each measuring 20+ square meters and unique signature style. The price provided is for a minimum stay of 6 guests. In case fewer guests wish to book this magnificent mansion, there is a discount offer and the extra bedrooms that will not be used are locked.
The Villa is endowed with uninterrupted views over the Aegean Sea, all the way to Chalcidice and the island complex of the Northern Sporades. The garden of the Villa is overgrown with chestnut trees, mistletoe bushes, fir trees, fig trees, hydrangeas and rose bushes, the aromas of which accompany the visitor, creating the sense of a mini-oasis.
The traditional architectural style of Pelion is a hallmark of the region and can be witnessed at the majestic mansions and at old public constructions such as bridges, fountains and churches.
This traditional architectural style borrows elements from both northern Greece and Egypt. These architectural influences have been the result of the influx of different populations in the region of Pelion during the Ottoman occupation. In particular, builders from Epirus, who were very skilled in the use of the stone, are those who created the mansions of the northern Greece style and the impressive stone bridges. Architectural influences from the South have resulted mainly in structural changes which gave greater coolness within the building during the summer months.
Pelion is a mountainous peninsula with the Aegean Sea to the east and the almost landlocked Pagassetic Gulf to the west. Mount Pelion with an altitude of 1600 meters, offers skiing during the winter months and spectacular sea views. Its foothills are covered...