Angel’s Kefalonian Villa
- Kefalonia Accommodation -


Category: Villas
Location: Kastro Village

The luxurious Angel’s Kefalonian Villa are located in traditional village of Kastro , one of the most picturesque and idyllic parts of the island of Kefalonia , under the impressive Castle of the St. George.

Away from mass tourism, in an environment of unparalleled natural beauty , the villa offers you an unforgettable holiday experience.

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The traditional Villa is luxuriously decorated with handmade wooden furniture, beautiful stone walls and wooden beamed ceilings thus creating a unique village style with high standards of comfort. We utilized the craftsmanship of local artisans, followed tradition faithfully, used stone from the area along with wood, merely added a touch of luxury.. thus reaching the desirable goal. ...the enchanting …. Angel’s Kefalonian Villa

The villa is a two storey building measuring 100m². It can accommodate 4 persons and has 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
The entrance to the villa is on the ground floor and leads you to a spacious open plan living/dining area with an open fireplace and fully equipped kitchen. On the same level there is a WC/Shower . The large veranda has amazing views and is furnished with a wooden table. A wooden stairway leads you upstairs to the first floor where there are three bedrooms, one with a double bed , one with single bed , and another one with single bed and its own private bathrooms with shower. The outside area is accessible from the ground floor. It leads to the private pool, a Jacuzzi and sun lounging area with sunbeds.

In the village of ''Kastro'' there are restaurants with fantastic views , café and gift shops . Beautiful beaches such as Spartia, St. Thomas Karavados, Lourdas, Trapezaki are close to the area .The capital of the island, Argostoli town is in a distance of 7 Km away . The village ''Kastro'' has charming view all the south area of Kefalonia and the mountain Ainos. On the top of the village the Catsle of St. George is located. The building of the castle started by the Byzantines and it was completed by the Venetians. It was the administrative center of the island until the 18th century, when the capital was moved to Argostoli. 

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