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Price €85.0 Night

Location : 1st floor in Corfu town (Alkinoou Street, Garitsa)
Space : 1 bedroom, a kitchen and a large common space (approx. 30 m²)
Max Occupancy : 3 guests (+5€ per person/night if guests are more than 2)
Bedroom : twin beds and a fitted wardrobe
Extra room : Used as s dining romm but has a fitted wardrobe so it can accommodate a foldable bed
Kitchen : fully equipped kitchen
Common space : Living room
Main bathroom : Large bathroom with walk-in shower
House Size : Approximately 70 m²

A spacious 70sqm modern apartment in Corfu town. Ideally located a few metres from the seafront and beautiful park, a mere 10′ walk to the historical centre and just 1,5 km to Corfu’s international airport. This first-floor apartment enjoys plenty of sunshine. It comprises entrance hall, light living room, generous dining area, kitchen, bedroom and separate bathroom with a luxurious walk-in shower. A third bed (fold up bed) can be added in the common area (living room or dining area). A long balcony runs across the bedroom, living room and dining room offering light to all.

Guests have full access to the apartments’ amenities.

We’ll be glad to help you with exploring our beautiful island. You can contact us for info about the neigbourhood and activities during your stay!

While staying with us you can explore the local area, which is also rich in history and a pleasant province of Corfu town.

Guest Interaction

We personally meet the guests at the time of their arrival at the flat to hand you the keys and offer you guidance. We are available at all times to assist you and make sure you have a great time over your holidays! Please feel free to ask about those ‘hidden treasures’ that only locals know about, such as restaurants, bars, beaches, local festivals.

The neighborhood

The neighbourhood is lively and offers absolutely everything from supermarkets to local bakeries, butchers’ and pastry shops. The well-known Garitsa park is a minute’s walk from the apartment and it is buzzing with life during the summer months, with locals enjoying their coffee or ouzo at one of the many cafes, friends enjoying freshly cooked meals at the local tavernas and locals enjoying a quick swim at the seafront.

While staying with us you can explore the local area, which is also rich in history and a pleasant province of Corfu town.

Places to see within walking distance:

Menecrates’ Monument
It is a circular tomb, constructed in the 6th century BC, with an impressive archaic inscription, one of the most ancient inscriptions in Greece, dating to 600 B.C. Menecrates was a famous sculptor who lived in Corfu.

Douglas column
Built in 1843, the column is a work of honour to Howard Douglas, the Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian islands from 1835 until 1841. A commemorative text written in archaic Greek expresses the gratitude of the local people for all his deeds for the island.

Iason and Sosipatros church
Constructed in the XI century on the ruins of a monastery, it is one of the few examples of Byzantine architecture left standing. It is worth visiting as it is the oldest church on Corfu island.

The British Cemetery
Founded in 1814, when Corfu was under the British occupation, it was used as a place where British officials and residents were buried. More of a beautiful garden than a cemetery, it is a place of serenity where you can admire a rich variety of flowers, bushes and trees.

The Archaelogical Museum
Some of the more impressive works exhibited in the museum, which indicate the island’s prosperity during the ancient period, are the pediment with Gorgon, the ancient lion of Menekrates, named after the cylindrical tomb of Menecrates’, the small statue of Artemis (490 B.C.), the Kouros, a statue of a young man (530 B.C). You can also admire the findings of the Palaeolithic and early Bronze period as well as the newer objects of the Hellenistic and Roman period.

Mon Repos Palace
Built in 1826 by the British Commissioner Frederic Adams as a gift to his Corfiot wife, it is a small but very beautiful building surrounded by magnificent flora. Later on, the palace became the summer residence of all British governors of Corfu and in 1864 it was given as a gift to King George I of Greece. This is also the house where Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, the husband of Queen Elisabeth II, was born in 1921. Adjacent to the park you can see the ruins of ancient Corfu town.

Anemomylos
The name Anemomilos (windmill) comes from the reconstructed windmill which stands at the edge of Garitsa bay. This windmill once served the milling needs of the locals.

Getting around

The apartment is very close to the city centre. There is also a bus route just outside the apartment that can take you to Kanoni area and backwards to city centre. Green-buses central station that can take you around the whole island, is just 20 minutes on foot. Airport is also very close (the apartment though is very quiet), just 1,5 Km away.

Amenities

  • Essentials : Towels, bed sheets, shampoo, soap, and toilet paper
  • Hot water at all times, Extra pillows and blankets
  • Bottled Mineral Water
  • Air conditioning – Heating
  • Hair dryer, Hangers, Iron, Ironing board
  • Local TV channels
  • Free Wifi

Additional Amenities

  • Coffee maker, Refrigerator, Espresso machine
  • Dishes and silverware, Cooking basics, Cooker, Oven
  • Selection of hot beverages and extra virgin olive oil

Family Amenities

  • Outlet covers
  • Room-darkening shutters

Home safety and Accessibility

  • Fire extinguisher, First aid kit
House Rules
  • Not Suitable for children (2-12 years)
  • Not Suitable for infants (under 2 years)
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No smoking
  • No parties or events
Quiet hours: 3pm-6pm, 11pm-8.30am
  • Remember to switch off the hot water boiler, the kettle and electric cooker before going out
  • Do not throw toilet paper or any other objects in the toilet, please use the bin.
  •  An identification document (ID/passport) will be requested at your arrival.

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