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Description of Villa Rahu
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Villa Rahu OverviewAn authentic feeling Corfiot villa sleeping up to 5 people plus pets in Skafonas Sinarades Village 15km west of Corfu town and the island’s airport.
With exposed stone walls, wooden beams, a log fire and traditional furnishing touches at Villa Rahu you’ll get a real taste of Corfu. On the ground floor you’ll find a cosy open plan living and dining room decorated in neutral tones with mahogany dining table and comfortable cream sofa. Shelter from the hot midday sun and watch TV in summer, or snuggle in front of the fire in the evening on an off-season holiday. Down the short corridor you’ll find the fully equipped kitchen in matching mahogany tones and a secondary dining table, perfect for a quick breakfast before a day at the beach. There is also a downstairs toilet located next to the kitchen.
On the first floor are three bedrooms, the master, a twin and a single. The master is painted in a resplendent cheerful orange contrasted with the dark wooden ceiling beams and enormous wardrobe and leads out onto its own private balcony; the ensuite features a relaxing bathtub, great for soaking after a long day of hiking. The twin and single bedrooms are both decorated in neutral tones and have a share a separate wetroom bathroom with shower.
Villa Nahu has a fantastic outside space perfect for smaller weddings, parties and other events with 400sqm of land. The large patio features a shaded seating area, sizeable swimming pool and plenty of sun loungers for catching those rays. There’s also a spacious grassy areas where pets and kids alike can have fun playing football or frisbee! Lamps on the wall posts around the garden give it a lovely glow at night, the perfect atmosphere for outdoor dining and drinks.
Located on the west side of the island, Villa Nahu is just a 15-minute drive away from some of Corfu’s most popular sandy beaches. It’s also a great location for day trips to Corfu town, as well as being close to the airport for easy transfers.
Villa Rahu Property Features
The VillaGround Floor
- Living room with fireplace, TV, L-shaped sofa, french doors to garden
- Dining room with seating for 6
- Well equipped kitchen with dining table and 6 chairs
- Cloakroom First Floor
- Master bedroom with double bed and french doors to balcony
- Twin bedroom with TV and balcony
- Bedroom with single bed
- Family bathroom
- Family shower room Exterior Grounds
- Private swimming pool (9m x 4m, 0.8-1.5m deep)
- 8 sun loungers
- Corner seating area
- Dining for 12 Additional Facilities
- Air conditioning
- Laundry facilities
- Parking for 3 cars
Villa Rahu LocationVilla Rahu is located on the western side of Corfu in Skafonas Sinarades Village. It’s only a quick 15km trip from the airport making for easy transfers, as well as being a short drive from some of Corfu’s prettiest and most popular sandy beaches.
Surrounded by tree-covered cliffs and towering rocky formations, Glyfada beach offers soft sand and crystal clear Blue Flag waters. Popular with young crowds and lined with shops and tavernas, this is a lively beach where you can rent a lounger and sunshade or try your hand at some of the watersports on offer.
Next to Glyfada is Kontogialos Beach, located down the hill from its nearest village Pelekas. The wide sandy beach offers sunbeds and umbrellas, volleyball nets, showers and various boats to rent. A great place for children, the sea is very shallow close to the shore and perfect for paddling.
Agios Gordios Beach
Around 1.5km long, Agios Gordios Beach offers boats, canoes and pedalos for hire, as well as loungers and sunshades for those who are looking for a more relaxing beach day. There’s also a diving and watersports centre if you’re feeling extra active! The small village of Agios Gordios has a variety of restaurants, shops and bars so you can easily stay here from noon till night and want for nothing.
Also only 15km away from the villa is Corfu’s capital, Corfu town, which offers plenty of opportunities to explore the history and culture of the island. Spend a rainy day inside museums and art galleries, lunch at a traditional Greek restaurant and watch the sunset with cocktails by the harbour. And if museums aren’t your thing you can simply stroll around the quaint streets dipping into smart boutiques or souvenir shops to bring back memories of your trip.
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