-The Sea Captain’s House designed by PATSIOS architects, is one among many few places to stay in Santorini, Greece the place you really get the feeling you could be in an precise home. The two-storey mansion is partly caved into the cliff, whereas its facade is a mixture of renaissance inspired larger stage, made out of dark volcanic stone and a additional standard, island style lower stage, washed in a creamy color.
The interiors are a mixture of attribute components of Cycladic cave houses and of 19th century mansions. The in depth plank floors are pretty unusual for Santorini, you solely uncover these in the mansions assemble by rich sea captains, and the cross-vaulted ceilings, are among the many many highest in Oia.
There are three suites and one cave home. The Venetian and the Crusing suites on the upper stage are every doubles. The Captain’s suite, on the extent beneath, has room for as a lot as 5 of us. The suites have all large marble–clad bathrooms and are fitted with a television, DVD participant, cellphone, CD participant, wi-fi internet connection, air-con, espresso machine, and a complementary mini bar stocked with mushy drinks.
The Cave Suite located on the Courtyard stage of The Sea Captains House with private standard Courtyard and a raised terrace with views to sea, caldera and volcano. Cave suite is one among many biggest Oia’s cave houses with standard arc ceiling. Suite was renovated this 12 months in minimal style combined with antique furnishing. King mattress in the first room and one queen mattress or two single beds in the second bedroom. White marble cave deep soaking tub, two additional white marble bathrooms, seating space, two dressing rooms, desk, free WiFi, air-con, satellite tv for pc television for computer TV, mini fridge, Espresso machine, tea service are included in the suite. Breakfast is served to your desk on the Terrace or inside your suite from early to late into the day.
The resort is located in the route of the highest of Oia, close to the “sunset fort”, just under the first pathway that crosses the village.
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