Description of Ikos Kassiopi
4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
Ikos Kassiopi OverviewBuilt in a traditional Corfu style, with sleek wooden floors and airy rooms, it has modern touches such as air-conditioning throughout and en-suite bathrooms. The split-level design allows for terraces on every level which overlook the harbour and beautiful coastline.
The villa comfortably sleeps eight and offers plenty of flexibility – with one king bedroom, one double, and two bedrooms that can be set up as either twin or double beds. The bedrooms, each with their own television, are all spacious and have plenty of storage – so you can properly unpack and really feel like you’ve arrived.
On the first floor is the king-sized master bedroom with en-suite bathroom; it has double doors leading out onto a terrace with table and chairs – just the spot to take your morning coffee up to and enjoy some peace and quiet on your holiday, looking out across the sea. Along the corridor from the master bedroom is a double bedroom, again with en-suite.
Heading down to the ground floor, you’ll find one of the double (or twin) bedrooms, with en-suite bathroom. The main living area is on this level – the kitchen, dining room and sitting room are all open plan allowing for a lovely open feel. The fully fitted kitchen has everything you will need (oven, hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher), and even a pantry area for storage. There’s a dining room just through from the kitchen with a large dining table and chairs, plenty of room for everyone in your party. Next is the sitting room, with comfortable sofas, television, DVD, fireplace and access to the veranda – with its sea views, it’s a really lovely place to have breakfast, enjoying the breeze before the heat of the day.
On the lower ground floor there is another double (or twin) bedroom, again with an en-suite bathroom. It also has double doors leading outside to the swimming pool and terrace, great if you want to sneak out for a morning swim without waking the rest of your party. There’s a fully-equipped laundry room on this level, as well as a utility room – not very exciting, but it’s these sorts of well-planned functional rooms that make your holiday run that little bit smoother.
There’s a freshwater swimming pool outside, complete with its own Jacuzzi – you’ll be hard pushed to find a more beautiful spot for a swim. The sea views from here, out across the bay, are beautiful; and looking back towards the villa, you have the olive groves and hills behind – simply stunning. Alongside the pool, and with steps down from the house, you’ll find a covered pergola with table and chairs, along with a barbecue and small outdoor kitchen with a sink. The generous outside terrace is a great place to meet for sundowners while something cooks on the barbecue – there are excellent sunsets from here to enjoy at the end of another relaxing day.
Heading out of the villa, down the short gated drive and just across the road, you’ll find a secluded little beach – it might not be private but being tucked away, it doesn’t get too busy. You can hire boats nearby and anchor them here, or if that’s too much activity just stroll back up to the villa for a lazy lunch on one of the terraces.
Ikos Kassiopi Property FeaturesInterior Grounds
- Bedroom 1 - Twin bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Guest toilet
- Kitchen – with oven, hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, pantry area, island units
- Open-plan living room and dining area
- Bedroom 2 - King bed, with en-suite bathroom & balcony
- Bedroom 3 - Double bed, with en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom 4 - Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- Laundry room, with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron & ironing board
- Access to garage
- Private swimming pool, with ladder access
- Sun Loungers
- Outdoor kitchen, with barbecue
- Pergola dining area
- Outdoor furniture
- Broadband Internet/ Wi-Fi
- Satellite television
- DVD player
- All linens provided
Ikos Kassiopi LocationA once quiet fishing village, Kassiopi has turned into a vibrant tourist destination, still preserving its traditions and culture. Located in the north eastern part of Corfu, it is famous for its stunning beaches, lush pine forests, olive groves and for the imposing Mount Pantokrator serving as the backdrop of a natural landscape deeply rich in diversity.
This popular seaside resort with its traditional Greek taverns, lively bars and nightclubs, also has all the shops and supermarkets you might need. The closest beach is only 20m away, but a short drive will also take you to a number of almost unspoilt Blue Flag bays such as Avlaki, particularly popular with families with small children.
To take full advantage of all the beauties the Corfu coastline has to offer, we suggest hiring a boat (Agios Stephanos, Avlaki or Kalami) to explore the hidden treasures along the coast. Corfu town (37 km) seems like a fresco painting that has come to life. The Liston’s elegant arcades hang over the marble paved square where the locals gather for a cup of coffee or a drink. The old part, with its special design and quiet, narrow roads is the biggest preserved medieval town in Greece. Boasting an abundance of natural beauty, stunning beaches, candlelit restaurants, romantic bars, a vivid nightlife and vast options for entertainment, covering all tastes and styles, Corfu is probably the most famous Greek island attracting thousands of visitors every year.
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