Saray Monumental luxury Villa

This exceptional place is in the medieval city of Rhodes with private pool

everything in walking distance , no car needed .LGTB community welcome .Saray or Seray is a word of Persian origin (سرای sarai) which means “palace and in Hebrew my princess The Saray ,a magnificence villa inside the medieval city of Rhodes with pool and a garden of 1.200 m2 on the path of Pythagoras .The Mansion is dated back to 1902 and has been lovely restored under supervision by the architect Maria Ioannou. The luxury villa offers in total 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms on 3 different levels.2 bathrooms with shower & bidet ,a kitchen with dish washer and an open dinning area on 2 floors of 280 m2. An auditorium, with a closed wooden balcony ,windows with a 180 degree view over the medieval city to the Grandmaster Palace and sea view on the first floor.A cozy sitting area in front invites you to enjoy the sunrise or sunset. The Souterrain with stone arch offers an additional open kitchen with washing machine & tumble dryer ,a mezzanine for sleeping 2 persons and 2 separate bathrooms with shower, toilet & bidet surrounded by invisible glas windows. Each bedroom is equipped with a smart TV ,ac , wine cooler ,safe, wardrobe and complementary toiletries.Daily housekeeping included .Bedding are from natural material made by CocoMat and we use only biological products for cleaning.Comfy amenities are complimentary. We can arrange transfer , daily breakfast and excursions upon request and extra charge.The whole villa and garden is for private use.Events,weddings and parties are welcome ,please drop us a line . The Saray is a monumental villa and famous of it’s history, the decor is elaborate and the wood is hand crafted in a way that includes mimics stone architectural elements of the building.The floor of the hall is covered with tiles and the ceiling are wooden. A handmade wooden staircase with wooden banisters and railing, leads us to the first floor. All rooms have wooden floors and ceilings , large windows and air-condition.Internal are only used Katrani, timber which brought from Turkey and marketed in Rhodes, Egypt, Marseille.The first floor and ceiling are made of wood but the ceiling is hand painted in shades of blue, yellow and tampa. Two large square frames covering the roof . Geometric shapes and romantic garlands patterns give a casual sophisticated sense of nobility without excesses. The Greek neighbourhood is friendly and safe ,the house is located close to all sight seeings and the yacht harbour is reachable within 1 minute. Occupation of the persons 2 & 2 children (on sleeping sofa ) the souterrain fully equipped with 2 bathrooms Occupation of 8 persons for Ground floor & first floor pool is shared if both units are rented separate

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The top attraction is the vast 14th-century Palace of the Grand Masters,housing a museum tracing the islands history. To reach it, walk up Ippoton Street, lined with ‘Inns each one representing a different country from where the knights originated. Close by, the 15th-century Knights Hospital houses the Archaeological Museum, while the nearby Byzantine Museum displays religious icons and frescoes in the former cathedral Also take a look at the pink 16th-century Mosque of Suleiman the Magnificent, built when Rhodes was controlled by the Ottomans. A short distance southwest of town, overlooking the sea, the Acropolis of Ancient Rhodes is home to the Temple of Apollo. Many cruise companies also offer a half-day excursion by bus to Lindos, a whitewashed hillside village crowned by a medieval fortress and an ancient Greek temple. Highlights * Ippoton Street (Street of the Knights) * Palace of the Grand Masters * Knights Hospital * Byzantine Museum * Mosque of Suleiman the Magnificent * Jewish Museum Excursions Trips to Marmaris(Tuerkey) or other Greek Islands Ferryboats to the Mainland ,Cyprus, Israel and Lebanon Directflights to Europe during season time april-october winter flights via Athens Highlights • City Walls • Ippoton Street (Street of the Knights) • Palace of the Grand Masters • Knights Hospital • Byzantine Museum • Mosque of Suleiman the Magnificent • Acropolis of ancient Rhodes • Lindos Shopping The former bazaar area of Sokratous Street in Rhodes old town is the best place to shop for souvenirs, though you will also find some chic gift stores in Lindos. Typical mementoes include Turkish-inspired rugs, ceramics (decorated with a deer, the symbol of Rhodes), leather goods, furs (from Kastoria in northern Greece), and gold and silver jewellery. Local wines, olive oil and sponges are also good buys. Eating Out Greek cuisine is based on fresh, seasonal, Mediterranean ingredients, with the abundant use of olive oil. Popular main courses include simply prepared fresh seafood, plus charcoal-grilled meat and hearty stews. When To Go The Mediterranean cruise season runs from late April to late October. Peak season in Greece is July to August, when all the main destinations are very hot and very crowded. Try to visit in May/June or September/October/November/December to avoid the crowds and enjoy milder weather. Many of the outdoor scenes of The Guns of Navarone (starring Gregory Peck, David Niven and Anthony Quinn) and Escape to Athena (starring Roger Moore and Telly Savalas) were filmed on the Island of Rhodes. rhodes city The city of Rhodes is situated in the north-east tip of the island and forms a triangle from north to south. It is the smallest municipality of the island in terms of land area and the largest in population. It borders with the Aegean Sea in the north, the east and the west and with the municipalities of Ialysos and Kallithea in the south.The island of Rhodes is at a crossroads between Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This has given the city and the island many different identities, cultures, architectures, and languages over it long history. Its position in major sea routes has given Rhodes a very rich history. The island has been inhabitated since about 4000 BC (Neolithic Period).Both city and island population continue to grow contrary to national levels the city has an official population of 54,000, but the actual population is estimated between 75 and 80,000. This is caused by many permanent residents of the city registering in their place of birth during the census. Thus the citys total population, as counted by the census, is less than the number of people actually residing in the city. Currently it is estimated that 80,000 people reside permanently in the city although last census showed only 54,000. This issue is criticized by the city mayors as permanent population burden the municipality with costs that can not be justified by the official numbers.The road network of the city is gradually becoming insufficient as the car fleet expands at a rate of 5,500 per year thus making both traffic and parking an increasing concern for the city officials, especially during the high-season (about 70,000 cars move from/to the center per day). The Medieval Town closes for vehicles during the summer so all the traffic gathers outside the walls and towards the modern city center which has mainly narrow and one-way streets. Finding a parking space is difficult and moreover it is under a fee. Direction signings on the streets are sufficient. From the south end of the city begins the E-95, the national road that connects the city with Lindos.



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