Built in 1871 on a quiet picturesque street of the village and just 150 meters from the main square, the “Villa Rouga” is an authentic Cretan tranditional stone build villa fully renovated, which consists of an 80sqm main building with stone arches and authentic wooden ceilings. The main building of the villa has a ground floor with:
Wooden dining set and traditional wicker chairs.
Wooden sofa bed with pillows lined with Cretan weavings made on the loom.
Fully equipped kitchen.
Stone fireplace with built-in benches (seats).
Traditional stone oven.
Bathroom with shower.
Bathroom with bathtub
The three wooden handmade staircases lead to the three autonomous lofts, which are the bedrooms of “Villa Rouga”, with traditional Cretan décor and wooden floors.
One loft with 2 single beds.
One loft with 1 double bed
One loft with 1 single bed
Traditional family heirlooms and accessories have been placed inside the villa with care, providing the authenticity, the history and the culture of Crete.
The wooden ceiling, in combination with the stone walls of the Villa and the traditional roof, provide a pleasant cool atmosphere during the summer and pleasant warmth during the winter period.
The guests of “Villa Rouga” can enjoy the wonderful fragrant garden with colorful flowers and the wonderful views.
The enclosed traditional courtyard with its unique garden and planted organic products ensures absolute privacy and security of visitors.
The old grape press and distilling boiler, constitute the comparative advantage of “Villa Rouga” as these were used for the production of wine and tsikoudia, from grapes of the family Andrianaki vineyards.
It is a unique experience for those who visit “Villa Rouga” in the harvest period and participate in the wine and tsikoudia process respectively.
Villa’s courtyard natural setting is decorated with a 21sq meter swimming pool and a barbeque area where guests can have moments of relaxation, enjoyment and can taste delicious dishes and tasteful delicacies while enjoying the wonderful rich shade under the great mulberry tree.