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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Bar, Gym, Mini bar, Restaurant, Room service, Telephone, TV

     

     

General

Description

Welcome to Petrino Guesthouse!
Located in one of the most idyllic areas of Greece and one of the most impressive and unique destinations in the world, Monemvasia, Petrino Guesthouse, a quaint traditional petite hotel, built with taste and care, welcomes its guests in its elegant and hospitable facilities that promise relaxing and carefree moments.
Combining the exquisite quality of the interior spaces and facilities with an equally impressive rate, Petrino Guesthouse has earned the preference of the visitors, who find here their own private seclude.
Settled among peaceful surroundings, our petite hotel offers outstanding sea and Castle view in accordance with comfortable accommodations and services, for a truly memorable holiday!

Petrino Guesthouse offers warm and cozy accommodation in 11 rooms which are equipped with all the amenities that can add to a pleasant stay.
The tradition and architectural style of the area are carefully depicted in the all–stone guesthouse, which are ideally located just10 meters from the seaside and 100 meters from the Castle of Monemvasia. Stone and wood are perfectly combined, creating a traditional guesthouse that is perfect for all seasons. The building boasts a blossoming garden while the verandas and the balconies offer superb views to the sea and the castle as well.
All rooms have been tastefully decorated to create a pleasant area for our guests.
In the breakfast area you can enjoy a rich breakfast with fresh, delicious local products while at the snack bar and the veranda you can sip a cocktail or a refreshing drink any time of the day.

Petrino Guesthouse facilities:
– Dedicated Smoking Area & Non Smoking Rooms
– Snack Bar
– Veranda, Garden
– Concierge/ Reception
– Express Check-In/ Check-Out
– Safe Deposit Box
– Luggage Storage
– Fax, Photocopying Services
– Free Breakfast [buffet]
– Free Wireless [Wi-Fi] Internet throughout the guesthouse
– Free Public Parking Lot [no reservation required]
– Car and Motorcycle Rental
– Doctor [upon request]

Room amenities:
– Air Conditioning / Heating
– Bathroom with Shower
– Closet
– Refrigerator
– Private Balcony with Sea & Castle View or Partial Sea view
– Television
– Hairdryer
– Free Wireless [Wi-Fi] Internet Access [free of charge]
– Non-smoking rooms are also available.
– All rooms and facilities are daily maintained, being always spotlessly clean, which is considered as one of the most important characteristics of this lodging.

The ideal location of Petrino Guesthouse enables the easy access not only to the Castle of Monemvasia, but in nearby attractions, beautiful villages and towns and intact wonderful beaches.
Take advantage of the value – for – money facilities and services of our cozy guesthouse which combines perfect location, well attended decoration, friendly and helpful owners and staff, during your stay in one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece…
Winter or summer, the destination of the nature lovers and the incurably romantics is and always be Monemvasia, and their refuge, the magnificent Petrino Guesthouse!

Check-in time

Flexible

Check-out time

Flexible

Facilities

  • Air Condition
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • WiFi

[:en] Monemvasia[:ru]Монемвасия

[:en] Monemvasia[:ru]Монемвасия

……an historic journey back through the ages!
The Byzantine fortress town of Monemvasia, the “stone ship” referred to by the poet Yiannis Ritsos, stands sentinel on the south-eastern coast of Laconia. Castles, walls, old mansions, narrow cobbled lanes, churches, low arches and vaults, coats of arms, imperial marble thrones, Byzantine icons all give the impression of a town untouched by time……
Its official name is Monemvasia, although there are some slight variations in Greek, along with different forms of pronunciation – such as Monovasia. This Greek name is derived from the two words meaning single entrance, that is, the only entrance to the fortress town.
The old town of Monemvasia is a perfectly preserved medieval settlement still inhabited, an world cultural heritage monument and a major attraction for every traveller in the Peloponnese. It has a unique, magical atmosphere and a fascinating history.
Monuments and churches are scattered throughout the old town. An important archaeological collection is housed in the old mosque in the Square of Elkomenos Christos.
At the other end of the causeway on the mainland is the new town of Monemvasia. Along the coast to the south is the settlement of Nomia.
Neighbouring Agios Ioannis is recommended for those who would like to try authentic local dishes.
Both within and around Monemvasia are a number of excellent beaches.
Noteworthy sights further inland include the watermill at Talanta and the Velies Folklore Museum.
Religious monuments outside the old town in the surrounding area include the twin churches in Teria and the church of Agios Nikolaos in the village of the same name.

Romantic Escapes: Monemvasia has become popular in recent years for couples looking for a romantic holiday, firstly with Athenians who kept coming back for weekends in summer and winter. Now visitors come from all over Greece and from abroad. The idyllic setting is complemented by numerous bars and taverns, both within the fortress town and in many other parts of the area. Special mention should be made of the delicious local wine.

Getting to Monemvasia
Car: The easiest and quickest route from Athens to Monemvasia is via the highway A7 to Corinth and Tripoli. The distance from Athens is approx. 285 km., total driving time +/- 3,5 hours.
Ferry: During the summer season you can reach Monemvasia by ferry boat from Piraeus port.
Closest airports:
Kalamata International Airport – approx. 160 km distance (2.5 hours)
Athens International Airport – approx. 285 km distance (3.5-4 hours)

Sports & nature

Romantic Escapes: Monemvasia has become popular in recent years for couples looking for a romantic holiday, firstly with Athenians who kept coming back for weekends in summer and winter. Now visitors come from all over Greece and from abroad. The idyllic setting is complemented by numerous bars and taverns, both within the fortress town and in many other parts of the area. Special mention should be made of the delicious local wine. More...
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