Stavlos Cottage consists of 4 apartments equipped of two bedrooms each one. One with double bed and the other with is one single bed and kitchen equipment. There is possibility of an extra folding bed. So each apartment is suitable for max 3 ad+1kid.
Stavlos cottage include four Lux apartments, fully renovated on February 2011, in the middle of a wonderful scenery which offers you many recreational activities and an interesting night life.
Stavlos Cottage is situated in the middle of a big beach.
The cottage includes wonderful decorated apartments which have plenty of room for comfortable living in a cozy environment with a view of the quiet garden of the compartment. Utilities include mini refrigerator, kitchen, Air Condition, TV and Internet access through Wi-Fi.
Stavlos Cottage is an extension of Hotel Phoenix, so guests can use the facilities of the hotel which include a pool with free loungers, restaurant, bar, a rich morning buffet for their breakfast on a daily basis and room service at the pool or in the apartments.
Interazione con gli ospiti
During your stay here, we will give you special hints concerning where you’ll find the best beaches of the island, where and what to eat traditional Greek food and where to enjoy a perfect drink, as well as where to enjoy the quieter beaches during the busy days and where you’ll find those special little spots that nobody else will tell you.
Altre cose da evidenziare
Vasiliki has experienced great development of tourism. The main attraction is the beach, reaching the edge of the Ponti, and is one of the best in the Europe for the windsurfing. It is rare that Mistral (wind) not blows in this site. The wind is coming from the high central mountains and going down into the void of the valley. So the sails of the surf is always full and can deploy high-speeds on the sea. Hundreds of fans line up, every day along the long beach and engage for hours in their favorite sport, offering visitors a unique spectacle.
The port of Vasiliki is connected to the islands of Ithaca and Kefalonia serving tourists wishing to visit more islands in the Ionian Sea. The area has been inhabited since very early. Remains of the Paleolithic and most of the Neolithic period (3500 BC) were discovered by surveys of Dorpfeld Hoirospilia and are exposed in the Archaeological Museum of Lefkada. In the valley of the Vasiliki, according to Archaeological Institution, there are scattered remains of ancient building belonging probably to the ancient city.
No Smoking Rooms
Personal items not allowed in public areas