Villa Yasemi, a unique architectural design property, lies on the rocky eastern region of Chania, one mile outside of the graphical Venetian harbor at quiet Tabakaria district.
Villa Yasemi is a 19th century tannery, turned into a self-catering villa with discreet luxury and smart design offering relaxing spaces and unobstructed views to enjoy the enchanting colors of the sea, a lifetime experience.
Industrial period details and 21st century technology stand side by side in the villas bright rooms. A cozy library and an eclectic lounge are featured. Free air-conditioning and WiFi access are available at the property too.
The open-plan main living spaces include a living and dining area along with a kitchen. The master bedroom with its en-suite bathroom is adjacent to the kitchen.
An indoor staircase leads to an open-plan loft consisting of two bedrooms with sea view from the internal balcony. Windows run the length of the house, brightening the space with natural light. It has 2 spacious furnished decks,one of which has an infinity plunge pool, while the other has an outdoor dinning table under a shaded pergola.
Tabakaria area, there were since the early 19th century the old Tanneries for processing leather located. (extends from the coastal part of Vivilaki street to the east area of Agia Kyriaki). It is a very atmospheric region, an architectural monument of the industrial age and part of the history of chania.
The surrouding area is ideal for walks and to explore the tanneries and see in action the workers, is quite an experience. Within easy walking distance on the hillside "Halepa" showing prosperous life as it was in 19th century, with the neoclassical mansions of the historical personalities of Crete, near by the villa can visit the museum of Eleftherios Venizelos and the garden with one beautiful Russian Church.
In Chania you have interesting things to do and places to visit: museums, Municipal Market of Chania, Old Venetian Port speaks for it self, the old market traditionally built churches, narrow shopping streets, cafes and restaurants of Chania.
Villa is close to local shops and greengrocer's, and just 20 min by the car from both Port of Souda and Chania Airport. Taxis are daily available.
Halepa, an eastern district in Chania, features stunning historic old mansions, many in the neoclassical architectural style. Inside these structures, important political decisions were made that shaped the history of Crete and Southeastern Europe, including the signing of the historic “Treaty of Halepa” in 1878. In Halepa, most of the exclusive and chic cafés are tucked between the azure sea and towering cliffs and are mostly known only to the district's upscale denizens. Be sure to take a walking tour—you won't want to miss seeing the magnificent, historic Agia Magdalini church, built in the Russian orthodox style.
- Hotel Name: Villa Yasemi - Chania
- Area: Chania, Chania Town
- Why Go: Lovely Views,Romantic,Elegant,Design,Family-Friendly,Beach-front Setting,Nightlife,HIp,Quality of Service
Why we like it
- Gracious hospitality and great host, smart design, spectacular views of the sun setting beyond the sea. A truly memorable experience in Chania Town
- Best value for money. Modern design in cool industrial area. Close to Old Town, restaurants, conveniences. Great hosts and servicing. Lots of spaces to relax, beautiful sunsets.
- Quiet location, but just a few meters away from Chania's picturesque and bustling town.
What to know
- Availability is likely to become a problem. Make your booking as soon as possible.
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