The Writer’s Guest-home

It is often called a nest and this was our vision. A 3min walk down to the beach Karavi, next to the lovely little hamlet of Ramos and a 15min walk from the Port.  Accommodation includes a very comfortable double bed and a single bed suitable for a child, a fully-equipped kitchenette, a private bathroom with shower, a wind protected terrace (great and very rare privilege for the windy days) with view to the Cycladic nature and the rocky mountains, a fabulous courtyard with a dining table exclusively for this guest-home’s residents.

Not to forget, clean, fresh-smelling, hand-made cotton bed linen and towels, a desk for working at in peace, books of course in different languages —we encourage our well-read visitors to leave a book or two behind for their successors to read and they’re delighted to do so. Last year, we started stocking up on contemporary Greek literature in translation; Wifi everywhere for those who want to combine their holiday with work and keep in touch, a private comfortable courtyard for lazing around in, chatting, reading or study. And last but not least, if luck’s on your side and you’re here at the right time: figs, grapes, pumpkins, pomegranates, mulberries, peppers, tomatoes, aubergines and everything else that grows in our grounds.

The intimate hideaway with wifi. Hosts maximum 3.  Minimum stay 4 nights

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Why it is so often called, a nest?

why do they so often call it a nest?

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a 3 minutes walk down from Home
book lovers at the Writer's Home & Guesthome
three book lovers spread in the courtyards, two women and one man, were reading their books today – and I dared to shoot only once | summer 2017
sweet dreams dears
beloved guests are resting at the guest-home after a long trip | April 2017
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late September days at the guest-home’s courtyard | 2017
that's the spirit
that’s the spirit

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