Our aparthotel is situated in a quiet area, it offers you a unique opportunity to relax, leaving the rush of the city behind.
The Greek hospitality of Mr.Nicolas and Mrs.Theologia promise to create memories for a lifetime and will make you want to come back for more.
The studios can accommodate 2 to 4 people. There is a path that starts from the studios and in 2 minutes you can enjoy the warmest sea in the island.
The beach is not a famous one so you can enjoy quietness, calmness and privacy.
If you want to stay out of the center of Skala overlooking the sea and the beach the hospitable owners also have a studio for two people and a home for up to 5 people in a traditional style and large private verandas on the beach of Meloi.
Most of the rooms overlook the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the port. There is a beach 100 metres from the hotel where you can relax as only the locals visit it.
Our house is suitable for a family of four to six members or for friends. Our big balconies offer you and your friends peace and a panoramic view to the sea or mountain. Enjoy the quietness and peace of a rural, traditional house while you are nearly 5 minutes from the most popular spot of the island.
The house has got two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two single beds. There is, also, a big living room with a table and a fully equipped kitchen for preparing your food. Except from the basic utensils, there is a coffee maker for espresso together with its capsules (included in the price), another one for French coffee, a kettle, a toaster and a washing machine.
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We are amphitheatrically located in the bay of Grikos and of Petra which was awarded in 2012’s 7th world conference the title of “the most beautiful bay in the world”. Thanks to the structure of the bay we are protected from the North wind that blows through the summer months and you can always enjoy the fantastic sea views over the bay from our large balconies.
Patmos Island’s two pilgrimage and tourist attractions the monastery of St John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse have been constituted as UNESCO sites since 1999.