From only $159 per night.
During the classical period, Kea (Ceos) was the home of Simonides and of his nephew Bacchylides, both ancient Greek lyric poets, of the Sophist Prodicus, and of the physician Erasistratus. The inhabitants were known for offering sacrifices to the Dog Star, Sirius and to Zeus to bring cooling breezes while awaiting the reappearance of Sirius in summer; if the star rose clear, it would portend good fortune; if it was misty or faint, then it foretold (or emanated) pestilence. Coins retrieved from the island from the 3rd century BC feature dogs or stars with emanating rays, highlighting Sirius’ importance.
Double rooms are on the main building on the first floor. Some of them have sea view and some pool and garden view. The rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, mini-fridge, sat TV, safety deposit box, hair-drier and private balcony. Maximum occupancy 2 adults.
Studios are situated on the bungalows on the first floor. Some of them have side-sea view and some pool and garden view. Each studio has a spacious veranda with sun-beds for private sun therapy. The studios are equipped with air-conditioning, kitchenette , sat TV, safety deposit box, hair-drier and private balcony. Maximum occupancy 2 adults.
Freely available for all customers.