￫ 80 m2 indoor comfortable spaceGuest access
￫ Kitchen full equipped
￫ living room with tv
￫ 1 bedroom with double bed
￫ 1 bedroom with 2 single beds (this bedroom is in the same space of the living room so it is not closed and the 2 single beds can be closed in case there are only 2 person that will stay in the house )
￫ 1 full family bathroom + washing machine.
Entire space is included in this rental.Additional notes
Please remember that you're staying in a house, not a hotel. Please treat the space with respect. If any problems arise, we will do our best to take action ASAP, but there is no one living on site 24/7.Guest interaction
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I am here for you during your stay, but our level of interaction is up to you.Neighborhood overview
Chania is the second largest city in Crete following the capital city of Heraklion, and the place where different civilizations have flourished throughout the centuries. It is often called “the jewel of the Mediterranean”, and according to most Greeks it is one of the most beautiful cities in Greece. And for good reason…Getting around
Built on the area of Minoan Kidonia, Chania city represents the historical metropolis where East meets West, the place which has historically been the melting pot of important civilizations like the Minoans and ancient Greeks, the Venetians, the Arabs, the Ottomans and finally, the modern Greeks who have all left their unique mark on the city’s architecture and culture to this day.
What’s even more, behind the Venetian Harbour lies the historic Old Town of the city, an amazing labyrinth of narrow alleys with beautiful exceptionally well-preserved old buildings, that will take you back to the heydays of the Venetian naval empire, when Chania was one of the most prominent commercial cities in Europe. There is no better place to wander amidst the sights, the sounds, and the smells of the city’s authentic Mediterranean atmosphere. Take the time to stroll around and taste everything that Crete has to offer, from exceptional cuisine to traditional spirits like the famous “tsikoudia” or “raki”, which are locally produced. Mingle with the locals and listen to their stories, forming an one-of-a-kind experience that you will keep close to your heart for many years to come…
A car is NOT necessary and taxis can be arranged.Let me know if you wish to rent a car and i will be more than happy to help you since i cooperate with local rent a car company