- anglais, allemand, néerlandais
- Dernière mise à jour du calendrier :
- 10 nov. 2018
Salle(s) de bain
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Equipements de loisirs
Piscine / Spa
Les réservations annulées au moins 60 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100%.
Great but a few negative points
In general our stay was great. Nice location and nice villa. As most of the people wrote already most of the positive things I'm just going to hilight the few negative things though. No fences on the side of the balcony. This with a baby/child is a potential accident. Had to buy ropes nearby and build a "fence". House was advertised for 6 people although there is only 1 room. An extra bed was added in livingroom for my son. Lots of bees when sitting on the balcony. Wife got stinged once.
Acces to property could be a bit better. Need to drive 5 min on an unpaved road to access property. This by the other hand provides total privacy and quite surrounding. Would I come again: yes if they would fix the fence issue.
Wat een luxe, wat een uitzicht!
Wat een pracht van een villa, zoveel ruimte, zo smaakvol met een prachtig uitzicht en een oneindige rust.
Wij hebben hier de mooiste en rustigste dagen meegemaakt in jaren.
Als ik rijk genoeg was kocht ik deze villa om er mijn oude dag door te brengen.
Alles wat beschreven staat op HomeAway klopt als een bus. Een vriendelijke ontvangst er bovenop (sorry Sanja dat we je gebruikt hebben om voor onsen de eerste avond boodschappen te doen)
Het enig minpuntje, maar we waren verwittigd is de toegangsweg. ik ben niet de moedigste chauffeur en de zeer steile weg in zeer slechte staat is wel even beangstigend maar vanaf dag drie waren we er al aan gewoon.
Ik zou deze woning aan iedereen die niet uit is op drukte en wild vertier aanraden. Wat niet wil zeggen dat er niet binnen korte afstand uitstekende restaurantjes en taverna's zouden zijn. Voor wandelaars, zeilers, zonnebaders, natuurliefhebbers en alle ander mensen is dit gewoon een paradijs.
Ik heb bovendien bijzonder genoten van de kunst aan de muren.
A lovely place to be.
My second visit. The villa is gracious, spacious, has wonderful views, and the photographs near the wi-fi unit of a happy and successful family give ambience and inclusiveness. The contrast of contemporary elegance and somewhat baronial décor works nicely for the interior.
Magnetic Poros (linked inevitably to Mikros Gialos lower down) is rather busy but you will get a place on the beach as long as you are there by 1030. Try the two smaller places where there are steps down to a little cove quite close to the main beach, and near the little supermarket. They offer much more privacy. (You can walk to the beach from the villa; instead of swinging right just out of the gates as you would with a car, keep straight on down the track past a rickety gate. A bit of intuition and common sense will see you on to the main track to Poros. Don’t do it in flip-flops, though.)
A good supermarket is 1st on the left beyond the dual-carriageway bit heading into Nidri (and past the turning for the Nidri by-pass). The white peaches are so good! Fresh-fish place is about halfway into town near a big white sign with blue text saying Sailors’ snack bar, or some-such. Butcher is a bit further on. Boat-rental run by a terrible old fuss-pot can be found at the northern end of the water-front on a bit of beach – though a much nicer man rents boats at the southern end based on a concrete mooring-point! Go to Meganissi as a mimimum.
There is an excellent walk from the top of Poros village that I’ve not seen mentioned anywhere. The walk starts near a church. If you proceed for an hour down a track you will see some of the most spectacular views in the Ionians. You will also espy a delightful beach across the water on Meganissi, (behind which is a small fresh-water reservoir). Rent a boat and go there, then enjoy a late lunch in Sparthori or Vathi.
Your best local restaurant is on the waterfront in Mikros Gialos just down from Poros village and is called Zolithros. Not cheap, though. Make a reservation to be sure of a good table.
Egremini and Porto Katsiki beaches are truly splendid but a bit of a flog to get to. Karia, Sivota (all yachts and tavernas) and Sivros are overrated if you are looking for serenity. Try Katohori very close-by, Vournikas, and Vafkeri instead. The Nidri waterfalls are an anti-climax with lots of people traipsing to and from. Nice for small children, perhaps.
Poros is delightful. And Villa Roses just up the road is simply a lovely place to be.
A peaceful and beautiful villa
We had a truly wonderful holiday in Villa Roses in July 2011 - we had expected great things from the description of the villa, and were not disappointed. The views across the hillside and down to the bay were spectacular, and very romantic in the evenings. The villa itself was spotlessly clean, superbly equipped, and with interesting furniture and artworks too.
We found a nice walk down to the bay, a little over 30 minutes, not too strenuous, and it made a change from driving, and we did a few car excursions too, most notably taking in Egremnoi beach on the west coast (350 steps down - beware - and they all have to be climbed up again!) We also managed to hire a small boat relatively inexpensively from Nidri.
The new plunge pool, while not much good for swimming, was certainly very nice for taking a cooling dip. We ate all meals outside, breakfast and evening drinks on the terrace overlooking the bay, and lunch and supper on the table by the pool.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this villa to any couple, although I don't think it's particularly suitable for children, and not very safe for crawling babies or toddlers. All in all, a truly memorable week.