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Medieval Conversion with Stupendous Views



2 Fishes, named for the traditional pebble mosaic of two fish at the entrance, is a restored medieval house in one of the oldest parts of Chorio.


Living-room.

Upper Terrace

Bathroom

Front of house

Mousssandra sleeping platform

Small Terrace and views

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Situated high up among the winding lanes and tumbled ruins, the house commands excellent views of both Pedi and Yialos, and the distant mountains of Turkey.  It is about 5 minutes walk up through the lanes; from the shops, tavernas and bakeries of central Chorio. It is also possible to take the bus to its highest stop and walk across from there. The harbour is about 20 minutes walk away.

The entrance to the first terrace and the living area is via a short staircase with a vaulted ceiling.  The living area gives access to the kitchen and dining, above which there is a moussandra with two single beds. Access to this is by a steep staircase.  Another staircase leads back to the ground floor with a double bedroom and bathroom. The bathroom was the original kitchen, and has a wash basin set into the old fireplace. This room, with its vaulted ceiling, is one of the features of the house. It can also be accessed from the entrance area. Apart from the spacious terrace outside the living area, equipped for al fresco dining, there is also a large roof terrace with these wonderful views across the sea to Turkey.

This house is suitable for 2-4 people. 

Great for walkers and for those who want to soak up the atmosphere of a traditional Greek village house away from the usual tourist areas.



 
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