Conveniently located on the edge of the historical seaside village of Maleme, Summer Lodge, an attractive, family run vacation lodging is a fine example of traditional Greek architecture. Only 5 Kms from the centre of Platanias and 16 Kms west of Hania town, is the ideal starting point for the visitors requiring a wide variety of sandy beaches, water sport activities, peaceful countryside walks, or interesting visits in archaeological and historical sites.
With the tremendous advantage of being no more than 400 meters by footpath to the long, quiet beach of Maleme, mostly sandy but also pebbly and a number of nearby tavernas as well as a supermarket and other shops, the situation couldn't be more convenient and car hire, although useful, is not essential.
The superb 10m x 5m pool is surrounded by sun terraces and is supplied with patio furniture and sun lounges. Beyond the pool and shaded by trees and a pergola is a pretty terrace where breakfast is served any time you please and a small bar serving cool drinks in the hot summer evenings.
Set around a pretty, flower filled courtyard and orange grove, our pleasantly light, well kept guesthouse has 15 furnished and nicely decorated bedrooms. They all have en suite shower rooms, wc and wash hand basin and are equipped with fridge, and safety deposit box. Accommodation is available in double, twin or triple bedded rooms to meet all requirements, with maid service and linen/towel change provided twice a week.
Most of the rooms have shared balconies or open terraces whilst others on the ground floor, that face onto the gardens, have a patio area and plenty of outdoor space in which to relax in. The simple, traditional interiors are cool and a wall fitted fan in each bedroom adds an extra degree of comfort during the warm summer days. Personal service, relaxing atmosphere and a warm welcome await you at our family Summer Lodge, a charming property, ideal for both, families and couples.
||Pirgos Psilonerou, Platanias, Chania 73014 Crete
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This page was last updated: 19 July 2013