Located in one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Greece and the most photographed spots of the city of Chania with its narrow, labyrinthine alleyways and listed buildings dating from different periods of history, you can enjoy strolls through history and time.
Furthermore, it’s so close to cafes, restaurants, and taverns with Cretan food specialties, bars, pastry shops, art shops and preserved historical monuments from different time periods.
Entering the main entrance, on the left side, there is an independent guest house with traditional Cretan style decoration.
The guest house offers also a bathroom with a walk-in shower, decorated with green mosaic tiles.
An internal wooden staircase with 14 steps leads to the first floor where there are an open plan living room/dining room, the kitchen and the bathroom with bathtub and vanity units.
Two windows spread the light and air into this room making it a perfect place to create lovely memories with friends and family.
A wooden staircase with 16 steps leads to the second floor which is uneven and divided into two rooms separated by 5 steps.
Another internal wooden staircase with 5 steps continues to the third floor and a spacious bedroom while from here one can gain access through a modern and modular staircase to the wonderful roof terrace!
It’s the perfect place to enjoy the view of the Old Town of Chania while sunbathing under the Mediterranean sun or alternatively indulge in a drink gazing at the stars during the night.
The house is being renovated to unveil its true potential, while it can become either a residence or a profitable tourism rental!
Almost every room has stone details or stone walls that give an aura of timelessness and the feeling of narrating you a part of the story of this land.
Being a mixture of the past with the present, unlock all the potentials this unique residence can provide you at the heart of the popular tourism destination that is the Old Town of Chania!
The old town of Chania is the beating heart of the city and the prefecture of Chania.
Crowds of people, tourists and residents of the city, people of all ages, come here and get what the charming old town and the enchanting Venetian harbour of Chania has to offer.
You should definitely make endless walks on the waterfront of the Venetian harbour and the picturesque alleys of the old town.
Observe the architecture of historical structures, built by various civilizations that lived in Chania over the centuries.
Visit museums, exhibitions and other attractions.
Stare at storefronts and take your breakfast or enjoying an afternoon coffee.
Make your night out starting again with a walk to the alleys of the old town of Chania that look differently because of the lights, the hearings and the smells coming out from restaurants, or quite simply... Enjoy beautiful moments just sitting on a bench at the pier of the old Venetian harbour.
The city of Chania can be divided into two parts: the old town and the modern city which is the larger one.
The old town is situated next to the old harbour and is the matrix around which the whole urban area was developed.
It used to be surrounded by the old Venetian fortifications that started to be built in 1538. Of them, only the eastern and western parts have survived.
From the south, the old town is continuous with the new, and from the north the physical border is the sea.
The center of the modern city is the area extending next to the old town and especially towards the south.
The borders of the Old Town are the mostly destroyed old Venetian wall (and bulwarks) and this has been the cradle of all the civilizations which were developed in the area.
The central part of the old town is named Kasteli and has been inhabited since Neolithic times.
It is located on a small hill right next to the seafront and has always been the ideal place for a settlement due to its secure position, its location next to the harbour and its proximity to the fertile valley in the south.
Nowadays it is a bit more quiet than the neighbouring areas of the west part of the district.