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Description of Villa Attis
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Villa Attis OverviewVilla Attis is one of three contemporary villas in a small complex on the outskirts of the village of Sami. It offers spacious and very comfortable accommodation for six with the possibility of sleeping an additional two guests on sofa beds in the lounge.
The access to the property is directly into the large, stylishly furnished lounge with a modern slant, different to the traditional shape and style of the exterior. The lounge is the pivotal point here, wall to wall patio doors open onto the tiled terrace where you will find the coved dining area, another access is to the covered barbecue area with a smaller bar style table and stool which would be ideal for sitting enjoying an aperitif as dinner is being made. The extremely well appointed kitchen is also on this level as well as the first of the bedrooms, a king-sized room with en suite shower room, this bedroom also boasts direct access to the poolside terrace. Upstairs you will find the remaining two bedrooms, a master bedroom with en-suite shower room as well as a quirky attic style room with two sofa beds, ideally suited to children.
The landscaped garden area is perfect for a family holiday, totally secure and laid mostly to grass with feature stones and young trees, plenty of freedom for children to enjoy. The whole family will enjoy splashing around in the stunning heated salt water pool in the Kefalonian sunshine!
There is so much to appreciate and enjoy at Villa Attis, every effort has been made to build three traditional looking villas using natural materials and in a style that fits comfortably into the stunning hillside location.
Villa Attis Property Features
The VillaGround Floor
- Large spacious lounge with sofa bed and smart TV, patio doors to pool terrace
- Fully equipped kitchen with doors to BBQ area
- Master bedroom opening onto pool terrace with double bed, en-suite shower and smart TV. First Floor
- Master Bedroom with double bed, smart TV, en-suite shower room and doors to large roof terrace
- Attic room with twin beds. Exterior Grounds
- Private heated pool, naturally salted (4m x 9m)
- 4 sunbeds and 2 umbrellas
- 2 deck chairs with side tables
- Dining with seating for 8
- Weber barbecue
- Large roof terrace with comfy seating Additional Facilities
- Coco-mat robes and flip flops for the pool
- Zealots of Nature toiletries
- Welcome hamper
- Nespresso coffee machine with pods
Villa Attis LocationWhile you're bound to just want to laze by the private pool, there is so much to see and do on this magical island that it is worth taking a few trips out to explore.
The local village of Sami can provide all you would want during your stay, lovely small shops selling local produce should you want to eat at the villa, the bakeries offer particularly delicious bread and cakes. There is also a good choice of places to eat both at the harbour side and in the small streets in the centre. Children are always made so welcome in the cafe’s and tavernas, eating as a family is very important in Greek culture.
The beaches of Kefalonia are what most holiday makers come for, there are so many to choose from you won’t have to go far to find one. There a several fabulous beaches within walking distance of Sami namely Antisamos, which has been awarded blue flag status and at Karavomilos a peaceful little fishing village accessed from the coastal path that runs from Sami.
Further down the coast is the beautiful beach of Agios Thomas, a picturesque cove with yellow sand, it great for families as the swimming and snorkelling opportunities are wonderful for children and adults alike. The underwater caves and rocky formations are home to many brightly coloured fish you certainly won’t see at home.
Kefalonia is famed for its slow pace of life and chilled vibes. There are many towns and villages where you can really get this feeling, the beautiful village of Fiskardo being one. An historic fishing village dating back to Roman times, situated in the northern most part of the island, fringed by tall pine trees and a picture postcard harbour area with many independent Greek restaurants. The village uniquely still retains some of its stunning Venetian architecture, much of which was lost on the island during the earthquake in 1953. If you have time when you are here, take a walk around to the beautiful Venetian lighthouse believed to date back to the 8th century.
Map of Kefalonia