Description of Villa Socrates
4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
Villa Socrates Overview
The villa has a spacious terrace with a barbecue area and covered, furnished spaces for dining and relaxing. In addition to the main pool, there’s one for the children too, while the hot tub provides a special treat for the adults. Plenty of sun loungers are ready for you to make the most of the climate, poolside-style.
The kitchen is equipped with oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher, and you will find two bedrooms with bunk beds on the ground floor too, along with a bathroom. Upstairs, you have two fully air-conditioned double bedrooms, both with an en-suite and a private balcony. Lights and window shutters are operated by clever smart controls, and Villa Socrates also offers free Wi-Fi throughout. If you’re travelling with young children, the villa is also equipped with a cot and high-chair.
Villa Socrates Property FeaturesBasement Floor:
- Bedroom 1 2 x bunk beds
- Bedroom 2 2 x bunk beds
- Family bathroom
- Open plan living/dining area
- Shower room with WC
- Bedroom 3 – Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, balcony
- Bedroom 4 – Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, balcony
- 12 x 9m infinity pool
- Children’s pool
- A Jacuzzi
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Poolside shower
- Sun loungers
- Barbecue with small kitchen area
- Washing Machine
- Iron and ironing board
- Flat screen TV
- smart controls for lights and window shutters
Villa Socrates LocationKolympia has a stunning mountain back drop and lovely shingle beaches, with crystal clear waters. It has a small centre with tavernas, bars and some souvenir shops. One of Kolympia’s highlights is the Eucalytus Road buiklt during the Italian occupation. Kolympia is easy to reach, with an international airport, Diagoras, about 30 minutes’ drive and Rhodes Town a similar distance.
The town of Rhodes is as good a place to start as any, and lies on the northern tip of the island. A walk along the medieval walls of the Old Town will offer you some beautiful views, accessible from the must-see Palace of the Grand Masters. Part of a World Heritage Site, this is also the location of a fine museum which offers the chance to familiarise yourself with Rhodian history, extending as far back as the 3rd century BC.
Another museum worth checking out is the Museum of Modern Greek Art, with an eclectic collection only rivalled by Athens. The New Town area is visually appealing itself, with an Art Deco influence present in much of its architecture. Mandráki harbour is the home of Evangelismós Cathedral, where you can find some impressive frescoes.
The Lindos Acropolis is as spectacular as the coastal views it enjoys, and definitely worth seeing. Down the coast, you also have resorts such as Ammoudes, Kolympia and, perhaps best-known, Faliraki. While its reputation may precede it, this is not the hedonism capital it once was. A children’s water-park and the beautiful Anthony Quinn Bay may tempt you there during the day, and an aquarium and scuba-diving school also embrace the aquatic theme.
At the very southern tip of the island, Prasonisi’s location – dividing the Aegean and the Mediterranean – is considered prime wind-surfing territory. But if that sounds a little too exhilarating, Rhodes’ more sedate attractions like the Valley of the Butterflies, numerous wineries and the seven springs of the wonderfully scenic Epta Piges nature reserve, will provide just as pleasant a day out.
Map of Rhodes