Attractively painted in mellow shades of apricot and ochre, these two little cottages stand in extensive grounds, amidst ancient olive trees which provide many shaded areas for reading or relaxing.
Cottage I, has a front terrace and a private side terrace which is reached by a door from the living room.
Cottage II, has a front facing terrace looking toward the pool and olive trees in the distance and a back terrace for more privacy.
The pool area is spacious and private with views out to the surrounding countryside and the hills beyond.
Cottage I which is the largest of the two, has the charm of an old country house, with open wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta tiled flooring. The artistic touch of the owners is evident in its rustic decor and hand made ceramic pottery accenting its unique design.
The main door enters into a spacious living/dining room furnished with large wooden table and divan sofa for extra sleeping space. The back of this room is the long well-equipped kitchen with wooden cupboards adding to the country charm. A w/c shower room is off of the kitchen and a stairway leads to the second level comprising the bedroom with a double bed.
This simple rustic bedroom has a door leading directly to the pool area.
Cottage II is a delightful little cottage, again with open wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta tiles on the floor and is entered into a living room with fireplace, and a divan with smartly covered cushions in a pretty blue and white fabric.
The front wall has windows facing to the pool area providing a light and airy space. The back wall of the sitting room is open on top to the beamed ceiling and has screen windows providing light, but privacy to the double-bedded bedroom behind. A w/c shower room is situated next to the bedroom.
The charming little kitchen is very well-equipped and connected to the living room.
SURROUNDINGS: The cottages are approximately 300m off of the main road and a mere 1.5km/1 mile from Skopelos Town with its lovely waterfront and array of shops, restaurants and waterfront cafes.
In the opposite direction, the beautiful beaches of Stafilos and Veliano are only 3 km away from home. Rollos is also perfect for walkers, and is actually located on an old dirt road that crosses the island.
The walk to town is approximately 20 minutes and to the nearest beaches approximately 40 minutes on a pretty road that passes tiny churches, springs and offers plenty of shade in the form of hundreds of olive groves.