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Eating

Evening meals in the main hall is a delight and can be enjoyed at Kerasia when previously requested the same morning. An evening meal is 13 or 16 euros per person (vegetarian or with meat dish - excluding drinks). Babis ( your great host) grows and or produces his own wine, honey, raki and olive oil- all excellent quality.

At Villa Kerasia, the lobby and dining area for guests has a discreet and quiet small back room for quiet corner conversations (it includes the old olive press mill stones). Wonderful estate produced wine & other drinks are available when you wish, there is a basic bar selection.

The rich traditional Cretan breakfast is included in the price and it includes delicious home-made recipes and regional fresh products, is served at the dining area or at the lovely veranda.

Or maybe you want ( .. not sure) to drive down towards the main road, just 5 minutes away, at Venerato, and there are several places to eat.

Good to know : 

Greece is characterized by impressive biodiversity and a multitude of interacting local cuisines. Greek gastronomy is based on the use of native, local and fresh products, and this culinary art derives from the everyday lives of small- scale farmers who are proud of their long healthy lives. These are excellent conditions for certified organic gastronomy.

Bio Hellas has, therefore, introduced the private standard Bio-Kouzina. In September 2012, a launch event was held to award certificates to the first food service companies from Crete. Some of the first dedicated companies in Greece to receive the Bio-Kouzina standard is Villa Kerasia!

Hotel Information Recommended For
Type: Small Hotels & Inns Family hospitality :
Rooms: 7 Quality Of Service :
Pool: Yes Architecture & style :
Dining: Yes on request Village Atmosphere :
Children: Welcome Mountain :
Closed: November to 17 March Young Couples :

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