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Description of Villa Kommeno Nero
4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
Villa Kommeno Nero OverviewThe exclusive Kommeno peninsula was once a favoured retreat for jetsetters and royalty. Now it is one of the most popular spots on the island where guests can enjoy Venetian and English colonial influences and its gorgeous natural setting. It boasts fabulous panoramic views of the Bay of Gouvia with its emerald sea and the rooftops of the Old Town of Corfu. You will discover beautiful gardens along the water’s edge, pastel coloured villas in the colours of flaming Ionian sunsets, royal pavilions and imperial palazzos, all snugly embraced by scented pine groves.
Villa Kommeno Nero is nestled on this hillside within the private grounds of a medieval fortress which is floodlit during the evening, offering an amazing ambience. The nearest beach is withing easy walking distance and accessible via a footpath by the main entrance of this upmarket gated community. It will take just 3 minutes and you can be sunning yourselves and relaxing.
The villa offers four spacious bedrooms, stunning grounds and a wonderful swimming pool. The kitchen is modern with a huge array of wooden units, gorgeous granite worktops and excellent appliances. There is a separate, handy utility room. The living room enjoys cream highly polished floors, comfortable traditional leather sofas and stylish wrought iron furniture. Guests can enjoy full Sky channels on the large television as well as some UK channels. The open plan living space leads to a delightful, shaded alfresco dining terrace. Villa Kommeno has been a much loved second family home to its British owners for many years and has been wonderfully cared for.
The four bedrooms are comprised of two masters with kingsize beds and ensuite bathrooms that enjoy showers and baths and two bedrooms with twin beds. These twin rooms boast delightful garden views and share a family bathroom with a shower. One of the master bedrooms also boasts a large verandah.
Though the villa is very comfortable, guests are likely to spend most of their time in the tropical paradise outside. The garden is brimming with splendid, beautiful trees and plants as well as stunning, colourful foliage. The large horizon swimming pool is surrounded by patio areas and lush lawns sprinkled with top notch furniture. There might be a race for the large hammock that sits by the pool to enjoy the peace and tranquility as well as the stunning views. There is a stone dining table and a beautiful seating area in the garden, a lovely lunch spot, as well as a shaded table on the large balcony. Guests can enjoy delicious meals from the stone built barbecue. Villa Kommeno Nero is a fabulous choice for those that adore views and beautiful gardens.
Villa Kommeno Nero Property FeaturesThe Villa
Villa Kommeno Nero is a 4-bedroom villa sleeping 8 guests, located within the private grounds of the medieval fortress and boasting excellent views over Gouvia. Interior
- Living room with terrace access
- Fully-equipped kitchen with fitted oven & halogen top, large fridge/freezer and dishwasher
- Master bedroom with king-size bed, terrace and en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with twin beds
- Bedroom with twin beds
- Family bathroom Exterior Grounds
- Private swimming pool
- Dining facilities
- Sun loungers Additional Facilities
- Air conditioning (in the living room & master bedroom)
- Washing machine
Villa Kommeno Nero LocationVilla Kommeno Nero enjoys a very privileged location on the stunning Kommeno peninsula. It is just a 3 minute walk to the beach and also walking distance to restaurants. If you want to enjoy watersports, you can walk to another beach five minutes away.
The secluded Kommeno Bay is halfway up of Corfu’s eastern Ionian coast, just 20 minutes from the buzzy Corfu Town. The quiet private roads on the peninsula give you a feeling of remoteness though the bustling, vibrant beach bars of Dassia and Gouvia’s 18th century Venetian architecture are only 10 minutes away. It boasts some of the most coveted shoreline in Corfu.
Gouvia is a small, charming, former fishing village which is now a modern holiday resort with plenty of amenities. It enjoys a pretty pebble beach and a stunning marina. There are many atmospheric restaurants, bars and cafes along the main street of the village. Its 18th century shipyard is still remarkably intact. The views from Gouvia are really stunning with the sparkling Ionian Sea and Corfu Town on the horizon. If you travel a little further, you can enjoy a family outing to Aqualand, the massive water park in the middle of Corfu. You can also visit the famous Durrell White House in Kalami and the very charming Kouloura Bay.
Corfu is one of the most beautiful, lush green islands of Greece. With countless beaches, stunning scenery stretching from the crystal clear dazzling sea to the mountains, it is a dream destination. Together with fantastic cuisine, excellent shopping and a historic main town brimming with Venetian architecture and charm, it has something for everyone.
The beautiful, atmospheric resort of Kassiopi is located in the lively north eastern corner of Corfu. With the dramatic Mount Pantokrator overlooking the resort and with a stunning harbour, this once quiet fishing village is very popular and very attractive. It boasts charming narrow streets overlooked by the ruins of an ancient Byzantine castle and breathtaking views out to sea towards the Albanian coast. There is a gorgeous walk you can take around the headland.
Corfu Town or Kerkyra as it is otherwise known, is one of the most beautiful, graceful and elegant towns in Greece. Though seventh in size, it is one of the most populated in the whole of the Ionian Islands. The town’s stunning architecture has many influences including Sicilian, Venetian, French and English. Corfu Town is brimming with elegant mansions, magnificent palaces, beautiful squares, no fewer than 39 churches and majestic fortresses. You should not miss The Liston and the Church of Saint Spiridon. The entire Old Town is declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, a tightly-packed warren of winding lanes bursting with lively bars, unique shops and fine restaurants. You will also see timeless alleys with the day’s washing stretching from balcony to balcony. It is beautiful.
There is so much to see and do on Corfu. Corfu has over 120 beaches in total, a few hundred villages, nearly a thousand churches, a significant mountain range, valleys, waterfalls and forests as well as more than 3 million olive trees, three lagoons and numerous caves. The fauna and flora is world famous due to the Durrell family and especially since the TV series.
Map of Corfu