The Gabrilies House Upper Suite have high ceilings and raised views across the village. The suite has its own private entrance, and harmoniously combines the creature comforts of home with the assured feeling of staying in your own spacious hotel suite. Breakfast is served on the private terrace in the garden each morning and the four tavernas are minutes away from your room.
History of Gabrilies House
In the 1920s, Gabrieli was a well-known character in the village. The lower part of the house (now suite no. 6) was both a grocery store and 'kafeneion.' The men of the village spent many hours there drinking wine, coffee or ouzo, chatting and playing backgammon or cards.
The local expression "go up the steps of Gabrieli" meant take the short cut via the steps to get to the top of the village. The steps can still be seen next to Gabriel’s Steps taverna and leading to our terrace.
Gabrieli had two daughters, one of which sold the house around 1980 to Evegenios Chirdaris, the previous owner of the house. The interior layout has been redesigned but some traditional features such as the old bread oven in the upper part of the house remain intact.
GNTO Licence Number: 0829K050A0192001