In the small village of Milopotamos there is our two-floor traditional house of 160m2. A beautiful, quiet and strategic spot in Kea. Cozy rooms inside and lots of outside spaces to relax. The house is ideal for a family or a group of friends.
The house is traditionally built and it is located at the end of Milopotamos Village, only 1.5km from Kea’s port (Korissia). It is located on an ancient, paved with stones road that leads to Ioulida, the island’s capital which is 2km away. It is 160m2 built in a plot of 1700m2 with greenery and oriented towards the north keeping the heat away during the summer months. It is built on a hill with view of the local mountains and the flatland.
The ground floor is 90m2 and it is consisted of a kitchen, a WC with shower, the living room and the dining room. Also in the living room there are couches with enough room for 2 persons to sleep.
The first floor is 70m2 and you can find 3 bedrooms with double beds. The main bedroom has its private bathroom and there is a WC with shower to accommodate the other 2 bedrooms. The first floor also has 2 verandas where you can relax and enjoy the summer breeze.
The house is ideal for a family, a group of friends or a couple.
Kea is the nearest to Athens populated island of Cyclades Complex. Athens airport is only 25 km away from Lavrio Port. Lavrio’s port is easily approached by car or public transportation. From Lavrio port you will take the ferry to Kea. It is only an one hour boat trip. You can reach the house with a bus, a car or a taxi.
In case you need a housekeeper or any other special requirement you can let me know in advance so I can assist you. At our house you will meet Antonio who takes care of the house, he will show you around, help you and you can contact him at any time if you need something.
The faucet water will do fine for doing the menage and having a bath but it is not suggested for drinking.
IMPORTANT: Due to a recent change in Greek tax laws for Airbnb hosts, we are required to ask all of our guests for their full name and passport number (for out of country guests) or tax number (for Greek guests). Please have this information ready for us at check-in. Thank you for understanding!
Don’t throw paper in the toilet and make sure you hook the window covers.