The house

The interiors of the house are a visual delight, combining family heirlooms, unique antiques, designer furniture and lighting, and an art collection of contemporary Greek artists specially curated for this house. The owners worked closely with local artisans, carpenters, and marble craftsmen to restore the house. Their dream was to create an environment of understated luxury and comfort with full respect to the local history and heritage.


Ground floor

The property entrance opens into a small courtyard, with an outside dining area, making for the perfect al fresco dining. 
From here you have access to the fully equipped kitchen, dining room with a 16th century monastic table and a Murano glass chandelier and three of the four total guest rooms.

Outdoor stairs lead from the courtyard to the top level.

Seats up to 8 guests

Entrance from the courtyard. Fully equipped. Has access to the dining room.

Entrance from the courtyard and connecting door from kitchen.

Access through the dining room. With a double bed (160cm) an exceptionally spacious en-suite shower room by Patmos standards, plenty of wardrobe space and a couch that can be turned into a single bed.

Has an independent entrance from the court yard. Double bed (160cm), that can be turned into two singles, with an exceptionally spacious en-suite shower room by Patmos standards, plenty of wardrobe space and a couch.

An independent two floor unit which is accessed from the court yard, small shower room and up a few steps is a queen size bed (145cm)

This is the largest bedroom of the residence. An exceptionally big room with its own veranda, a unique view of the Μonastery, with a double bed 180(cm), plenty of wardrobe space and a very spacious en suite bathroom with shower.

A delightful living space that can be used as a study room. Leads to the front

With a view over the town and the sea far ahead.

Top level

Walking up to the top floor is a large balcony with a view of Chora, a large living room with a bespoke six meter sofa, a designated space to watch TV, a smaller living area ideal as a study room that leads to the front balcony.

Top terrace (access through study room)

The easy wooden staircase takes you to the top terrace with a beautiful seating area and a 360 view, from which you can see the Monastery, the port of Skala and the iconic windmills.

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