Early bird

This is not a Hotel, this is our Home.  A nature house confident in its simplicity.  After a season spent clambering hillsides, you are mostly welcome to wind down in our House.  If this is what you are looking for, during July or August, you could also rend the entire building – The Writer’s Home and The Writer’s Guest-home – and we’ll be glad to host you.

Serifos Architecture The Writer's Home

The Writer’s Home together with the self-contained Guest-home, is a country home that was finished in 2000. Taking cues from the cycladic buildings’ original palette, the result would lead you to believe that it is an old remarkable build, excellently preserved.

the writer's house, a laboratory for inspired living
there’s some magic imbued in a Writer’s Home. several objects, lots of books and crafts. all of them tessellating pieces of a writer’s, mom’s, grand mom’s universe

This family-friendly home is set on a 1.500 square-meters lush landscape by a shady arbor with grape vines, juneberries trees, pomegranate, eucalyptus and olive trees.  It provides the residents with a 130-square-meters build separated in two units and it features no less than four courtyards which are introduced so as to ensure the residents enjoy the nature outdoors throughout days and evenings. Sleeps up to five at the main Ηome and up to three at the Guest-home, a total of eight people.  A three-minute walk down to the sandy beach, Karavi

Serifos - exceptional home
sneak peek from the Writer’s Home
Serifos - sleep on this
sneak peek from the Writer’s Home
Serifos -why to they so often call it a nest?
sneak peek from the Writer’s Guest-home
we asked Santa to bring Summer to Share it with you
and we wish you Merry Christmas and a good new year imbued with a sense of calm and serenity

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