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    Sarlata, Cephalonia Holiday Villa, Kefalonia (Cephalonia), Ionian Islands, Greece

    Private Villa & Pool, Luxury Villa with private pool & stunning seaviews 4 bedroom

    From
    £945
    per week

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      one of the local beaches  (12/15)

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    Private Villa & Pool

    Villa Ref: 01384

    • Sleeps 10
    • Self Catering
    • 4 Bedrooms
    • Smoking Allowed
    • 4 Bathrooms
    • Pets Considered
    • Private Pool
      Fantastic views
      Peaceful relaxing
    • Car not essential
      Changeover
      Flexible

    Nearest Airport: Kefalonia (3km)

    Description

    Villa Margaret Rose
    Sleeps up to 10 People with room for one extra child on a fold-away bed, a king size sofa bed,
    4 Bedrooms, 4 bath/shower rooms, 2nd fully fitted kitchen (new for 2013), air con, swimming pool, washing machine, dishwasher, sun beds, parasols, BBQ, TV, DVD, free wi-fi, Beach towels, Hairdryer, Travel Cot & Highchair.

    Accredited by the Greek tourism organisation EOT License Number 0458K92000511901
    This lovely unique four bedroom villa, which was built in 2005, is located in the peaceful and beautiful,
    typically Greek Village of Sarlata on the unspoilt island of Kefalonia. The Villa has its own swimming
    pool and is privately owned by Jan and Stephen Jenner, who have used their past 14 years experience
    of offering their villa for holiday rentals to gain many repeat bookings and have a passion to provide
    the best possible accommodation & facilities along with excellent customer service to provide
    everything you would expect from a luxury holiday villa.

    The Villa is set amongst a back drop of Olive, Lemon and Orange trees with stunning views over
    the Ionian sea and Bougainvillea, oleanders and many other flowering shrubs create a colourful
    display around the building. It has four bedrooms and 4 bath/shower rooms, two fully fitted kitchens
    and a lounge/dining area making it ideal for that family holiday, The Villa is approximately 2 Km
    from Ammes Beach with some very good tavernas nearby. There is also a small local shop within 10 minutes walk
    minutes walk. The Villa sleeps ten people but can accept an extra small child. Prices start from 895
    per week for eight people or less. The price includes Air Conditioning, Maid Service and clean linen weekly.
    For your convenience we provide the use of beach towels free of charge.


    The Villa is managed by English people who live close by who can offer great advice about the island
    and the local area.

    A 200 Per Week Non-Refundable Deposit secures your booking.

    Location of holiday rental in Sarlata, Cephalonia, Kefalonia (Cephalonia), Ionian Islands

    Holiday Type: Beach, Mountain, Family
    Local Activities: Walking, Fishing, Cycling/Mountain Biking
    Nearest Airport: Kefalonia 3km
    Nearest Ferry Port: Poros 20km
    Nearest Beach: Ammes 2km

    Location description

    The Village of Sarlata is a typical small Greek village with some wonderful old and new buildings, a
    lovely old church, a small local shop and some stunning views. It is ideal for walks and has some
    beautiful wild flowers at certain times of the year.

    Tourist attractions

    TIPS FOR DAYS OUT IN KEFALONIA

    Argostoli - the evening volta
    Although the town as rebuilt after the earthquake of 1953, some of its grandeur still remains. Try doing the Volta, or evening walk, (around 7pm till 10pm) along King George II Avenue with local Kefalonians. The avenue leads off the main square northwards and was originally constructed when the island was under British rule as a way of expanding outside the Venetian quarter. Look out for the house of Kosmetatos family on the left hand side (one of the Kefalonia's wealthy ruling families) which lost its upper floor in the earthquake. To do the Volta all you need to do is to forget your British hurry and walk slowly up and down the avenue imbibing the chat and the atmosphere of this quintessential Greek experience. To appreciate this to the full, you must take your time! Afterwards have a drink in one of the many cafes on the square and let Kefalonia soak through you.

    Assos - The Assos Trails (half day)
    The picturesque port of Assos in the north of the island has been designated a European site of historical interest. Straddling an isthmus of land the harbour lies in the shadow of a giant Venetian Fort. These two trails last about two hours and introduce you the history and folklore of many Assos' crumbling Venetian buildings. If you are feeling strong, you can walk up to the fortress and into its huge inner compound. If you want to loose the crowds, try half day in Assos with a meal or drink on its plane-tree shaded square. Assos can be reached by bus although you'll have to walk down the long 4km to the harbour. A hired car is the alternative.

    Mount Enos (half day)
    Snow-capped even in early spring, Mount Enos at 1625 metres (over 4,000ft) is the last preserve of the rare Abies Cephalonica fir tree and a small group wild ponies. Towering over the rest of Kefalonia, these ragged primeval firs give a whole new dimension to the island. It was no accident that the Venetians called mountain Monte Negro - the Black Mountain! Under the Venetians and British much of the island's tree cover was lost to the shipbuilding industry. Up on Enos, however you can begin to imagine what Kefalonia used to look like 500 years ago. Enos is only accessable by car. In addition to a visit to Mount Enos you could stop off near the villages of Frangata and Valsamata and visit the monastery of Agios Gerasimos, where the patron saint of Kefalonia was said to have spent his monastic life.

    Fiscardo (half day)
    Increasingly more kitsh, this tiny harbour on the northern tip of the island was one of the few villages to be spared by the 1953 earthquake. A site of most ancient inhabitation, stone age tools have even been found around the village. More recently a large Roman necropolis, or graveyard, has been unearthed. Increasingly popular with the yachting fraternity, the port is a great place to wander around and take in the sights and sounds of the this fast-developing resort. Fiscardo has two lighthouses on the headland; you can walk round to, the old Venetian one, looking like huge stone pepper pot. The sea between Kefalonia and neighbouring Ithaca is also an important area for the endangered Monk Seal (whose numbers are estimated to be less than 20 in this area) and who still cling on to one of its last precious footholds in the Mediterranean. Fiscardo is served by bus from Argostloli. The journey from Argostoli takes well over an hour, but is worth the effort.

    Kourkoumelata (half day)
    Its hard to imagine another place like Port Merion (in North Wales) with its ecentric Italianate buildings, but that's Kourkoumelata. Rebuilt by the wealthy ship-owning Vergotis family after the 1953 earthquake. The school, just out of town is built in the style of an ancient Greek temple! The cemetery is also a must for its sumptuous gardens and marble mausoleums. For many years after the earthquake the Vergotis family, who still have property in the village, paid all the electricity and water bills of its inhabitants. Even today (to the best of our knowledge they pay the water bills. And you can see the results in the gardens! after taking a stroll around the village, have a coffee or drink in the Marina Cafe a the top of the village and enjoy the views over the fertile fields of Livatho to the south. Kourkoumelata is regularly served by bus from Argostoli which takes about half an hour.

    Argostoli Folk Museum (two hours)
    Combine this trip with a visit to the island's capital. Kefalonia has a rich past and prides itself in producing Greece's top philosophers and doctors. With its rich collection of clothes and artefacts, the museum, founded by the wealthy Kosmetatos family, gives an insight into the cultural past of the island and how both rich and poor used to live. The museum also has many photos of how Argostoli looked before the earthquake.

    The Castle of Saint George and the ruins of Krani (evening or morning)
    Five kilometres out of Argostoli on the road to Skala you come to the Venetian fort of St George, perched on a dunce's cap of a hill. The capital of the island until 1757, it acted as the strong hold from invaders and was the place where the ruling families were invited to live. Constrained by its walls, it eventually outgrew itself and was abandoned. At one time a series of tunnels used to link the fort with the sea and it is said that the few Italian soldier's who survived the Nazi firing squads when Italy changed sides in WW2, did so by being led to safety through the tunnels. Hidden in the thickets of maquis and scrub, the massive Cyclopean walls of Krani are proof of Kefalonia's ancient inhabitation. The walls stretch for over two kilometres and can be found just outside Argostoli on the hillside behind the lagoon and just past the stadium. Mycenean tombs have also been found in the area which is the same period in which the seafaring Odysseus is said to have lived. Spend a morning or evening looking for the ruins and looking out for the wildlife of the island. Don't forget to carry water and wear long trousers and stout shoes. A taxi can be arranged to drop you off and pick you up. Alternatively you could cycle or walk there.

    The Caves of Drogorati and Melissani (half day)
    Drogarati cave is situated in the north of the island, about a couple of kilometres outside Sami, on the road that leads to Argostoli.Spileon Drogarati, or Drogarati cave, is a huge underground cavern - thirty meters by forty-five! The ceiling of the cave us hung decorously with innumerable stalactites and the floor littered with stalagmite's which really does look amazing!Melissani can be found about three kilometres outside of Sami, heading north on the road to Agia Efimia. The left turning to the cave is clearly marked. A little tunnel leads you underground and brings you to the edge of a subterranean lake, Lake Karavomilos. Your guide will take you on a tour of the cave in a rowing boat, which takes about half an hour. In antiquity, the islet in the middle of the lake was a sacred place, used to worship Pan, the half man, half goat demi-god. Where there is no rock overhead, the light pours in to reveal deep turquoise and sapphire-coloured, sparkling waters, and there is a story, too, for the turquoise water. Dye tests were placed in the water at Katavothres, Argostoli, to see what happened to the water as it disappears underground there, that ran the old Sea Mill. The dyed water was found to surface here at lake Karavomilos, meaning that the water had run through subterranean tunnels across the full width of Kefalonia!

    Accommodation, Facilities and Services

    Suitability: Smoking Allowed, Pets Considered
    General: Air conditioning, Electric Fan/s, Internet Access, Stairgate, Hairdryer
    Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10
    2 Double/s with ensuite, 2 Twin/s, 1 Put up bed/s, 1 Sofabed/s, 2 Cot/s
    Bathrooms: 4 Bathroom/s
    1 Bath/s, 4 Shower/s, 4 Wash basin/s, 4 Toilets/s
    Lounge: Seating for 10 people
    TV, Satellite/Cable TV, CD Player, Radio, DVD Player, Large screen TV, Board Games, Books/Magazines, Selection of Films
    Dining Area: Seating for 10 people , High chair
    Kitchen/Utility: Oven, Hob, Grill, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Kettle, Toaster, Coffee maker, Dishwasher, Washing machine, Ironing board, Iron
    Outdoors: Swimming Pool, BBQ, Private garden, Balcony, Terrace, Sunloungers, Patio table, Patio chairs, Sunshade
    Access: Car not essential, Off road parking, Secure parking, Stairs
    Services: Linen provided, Towels provided, Cleaning included, Laundry included

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    Rates

    Price quoted in £ Sterling
    Period Weekly Minimum Stay
    April 7th - May 16th 2021 £9457 Days
    May 17th - June 20th 2021 £1,0257 Days
    June 21st - July 11th 2021 £1,2507 Days
    July 12th - August 31st 2021 £1,6257 Days
    September 1st - September 26th 2021 £1,0257 Days
    September 27th - October 31st 2021 £9457 Days

    Please Note: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion. Currency conversions are not guaranteed to be accurate.

    Deposit/Booking Notes

    Prices are based on an occupancy of up to eight people , with a charge of 60 per week for every extra person.
    we give a discount to couples and small families.
    We are flexible about our change over day and a non refundable deposit of 200 per week will secure a booking

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    Owner Details

    Owner Name:
    Stephen

    Property Ref:
    01384

    Languages Spoken:
    English

    Preferred Contact Method:
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    Owner joined website:
    30 March 2009

    Property listed since:
    12 September 2010

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    Private Villa & Pool

    Villa Ref: 01384

    • Sleeps 10
    • Self Catering
    • 4 Bedrooms
    • Smoking Allowed
    • 4 Bathrooms
    • Pets Considered
    • Private Pool
      Fantastic views
      Peaceful relaxing
    • Car not essential
      Changeover
      Flexible

    Nearest Airport: Kefalonia (3km)

    From
    £945
    per week

    Owner Details

    Owner Name:
    Stephen

    Property Ref:
    01384

    Languages Spoken:
    English

    Preferred Contact Method:
    Enquiry Form

    Owner joined website:
    30 March 2009

    Property listed since:
    12 September 2010

    Please mention theholidaylet.com and be aware of time differences if making contact by phone.

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