Traditional Hotel Ianthe

Vessa-Medieval Village, Chios island, Chios, Grecia

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Hotel Inathe is located in the north-west part of the village and is most easily approachable by car. It is comprised of two different buildings the "Neocalssiko" built in 1880 and the "Kamarospito" built around 1750. Both have been restored according to their original style and are located 60 m. apart.

Neoklassiko is comprised of a reception, dining area, common area and kitchen and also four apartments with one, two or three rooms. It also has a large yard and garden.

Kamarospito includes two large rooms and a kitchen. Between the two rooms on the 1st floor there is a terrace. On the roof of the building there is a second terrace with nice view of the entire village.

All rooms have private facilities bathroom, air condition, ΤV, mini bar and internet access.

Check in from 14.00

Check out until 12.00

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Los precios son por persona por noche.

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Instalaciones & Políticas de Hotel

  • Aire acondicionado
  • Bar
  • Desayuno incluido
  • Cafetería
  • Aparcamiento gratuito
  • Secadores de pelo
  • Limpieza
  • Acceso a Internet
  • Guardaequipajes
  • Mini bar
  • Aparcamiento
  • Cafetera/tetera

Política de cancelación

Esta propiedad cuenta con una política de cancelación de 1 días. Si no se realiza la cancelación dentro de ese plazo se aplicará un recargo de anulación igual a la primera noche de tu estancia.

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Traditional hotel Ianthe is located in Vessa, one of the Medieval villages of Chios, in the centre of island, in distance 19 km of city Chios. The village took his name probably from the Homirian name [bissa]=[valey] and continuity [Vessa]. Vessa is a castle in a village from 1450, with narrow, cobbled streets and intact medieval architecture.