Detailed villa description
Inside: accommodation at Loggos View is spread between the main house and three guest houses scattered around the grounds, perfect for large groups requiring flexibility, a certain amount of individual privacy and great communal areas where everyone can come together. The main house is home to a luminous living area with white-beamed ceilings, a feature fireplace and furnished with wall-to-wall sofas. From here one may access one of the property’s kitchens. The kitchen overlooks and serves a lovely shaded terrace above the pool, ideal for taking breakfast. Two double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms, both accessed externally, complete the accommodation in the main house. Please note that the layout of this building is subject to change in 2020.
Two of the guesthouses are located a short walk through the grounds above the swimming pool. The first is the master suite, furnished romantically with a four-poster bed and served by an en-suite shower room. The second comprises a small TV room with day bed, a twin bedroom, a shower room, a small kitchenette area with fridge and facilities for making breakfast, and a large family bedroom with two sets of bunk beds on the right and a double bed on the left. This large room, perfect for parents with young children, has a huge en-suite bathroom with double shower. The third guesthouse is situated below the main house, between the pool area and the main outdoor living and dining area. Here there is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room suitable for teenagers.
Although there is a kitchen in the main house, the biggest and best-equipped kitchen is found in a separate building just by the main al fresco dining area.
Outside: life at Loggos View is meant to be lived outdoors, thanks to the property's extensive gardens and terraces. Numerous fully-furnished lounge and dining areas dot the grounds, offering plenty of space for everyone to come together or find their own favourite peaceful spot. Daybeds, divans, comfily-cushioned chairs, sun loungers and benches find cool shady homes under age-old olive trees, sails, umbrellas and a large wooden pergola, home to the main dining and Moroccan-inspired lounge area. Other areas, particularly around the enticing pool, are devoted to soaking up the sun or gazing at the views down over Loggos harbour and the sea beyond. All this is immersed in mature wooded countryside, which affords a real sense of privacy and tranquillity.