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“The love for what we create…
The respect for our guest&hellip
The experience we gain on a daily basis…
…guarantee you a wonderful stay, just like home”

This describes the philosophy of this great, small place at the highest and most imposing point of Axos, in Rethymnon, Crete, facing the Ancient Minoan town of Oaxos. At the foot of Psiloritis mountain, in a fully blossomed valley of rare natural beauty, with a breathtaking view, you are going to enjoy the warmth and care of Manias family, getting to know the authentic Cretan hospitality and the splendour of our motherland.

The two Apartments (maisonettes - Etearchos and Arkesilas) sleep 4 people and have wonderful views across the village and of the mountains around, with a distant view of the sea beyond. The living area, two beds (one more can be added) are on the ground floor. On the first floor (internal staircase) is the main bedroom with two beds and the bathroom with shower. The apartments provide fire-place.

Other three One Room Apartments (Astarti, Akakkalida and Kalisto) sleep 3 people. One of them, Astarti, has a closed terrace and the other two provide a fire place.

Two One Room Apartments (Fronimi and Aghiali) sleep up to 2 people.

In addtion there is a Studio (Kyrrini) for just 1 person.

Most  furniture is wooden, carved in beautiful traditional style.

The studios and apartments are named after local ancient figures:

Etearchos (Oaxos' King), Apollodotos (Oaxos' musician), Arkesilas (Oaxos' sculptor), Akakallida (Apollo's wife and Oaxos' mother), Fronimi (King Etearchos' daughter), Aghiali (Nymph and Oaxos' mother)

Features Include

  • Air-condtioning (only Studios)
  • WiFi Internet
  • Air - Conditioning
  • TV
  • Central Heating
  • Bathroom with Bath Tub or Shower
  • Towels & Linen Changes Twice per Week
  • Daily Maid Service
Hotel Information Recommended For
Type: Apartments - Studios Family hospitality :
Rooms: 8 Food :
Pool: Νο Mountain :
Dining: Breakfast Cheap & Chic :
Children: Welcome Village Atmosphere :
Closed: Never Rural :

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