The stone house is located in Mochos, a picturesque village in the mountains of Crete that has preserved its traditional natural surroundings of olives, vineyards and fruit trees.
Big history is hidden behind these walls as it was built in 1940 during World War 2. While Germans occupied the village it was illegal for the Mochos villagers to obtain cement. The cement used could lead to execution of the builders of the house. Stone from the local mountains were carried by donkeys and built by Mastro-Giannis, a local builder specialised in stone houses, important figure of the village at the time.
Furthermore, 27 years later while dictators were leaders of Greece the grandfather of the owner generously allowed a high school to be accommodated in his house (Villa 2A) for 2 years, so children can have a chance in life by being educated. That decision allowed Mochos to build a new high school that still exists and educates children from this village today.
Finally, throughout its journey, this marvellous village house has been passed from generation to generation and all its traditional character is retained, combined with balance, authenticity and modern life. It was renovated in 2020 with respect to its history and sentimental value.
Pool heating at an extra charge of 50€ per day
No groups under the ages of 24 years, parties not allowed
|Period||Price per night||Extra Adult||Extra Child||Change over||Min. Nights|
|1st May 2022 - 30th Jun 2022||€275.71||-||-||Flex||5|
|1st Jul 2022 - 31st Aug 2022||€427.86||-||-||Flex||7|
|1st Sep 2022 - 30th Sep 2022||€330.00||-||-||Flex||5|
|1st Oct 2022 - 30th Nov 2022||€227.14||-||-||Flex||5|