The Carpenters House Upper Suite has 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 the Carpenters House
The father of the last owner, Mr. Emilio Koutsouris, was a ‘ksilourgos’ (a carpenter) hence it now being known as ‘The Carpenters House’. His parents, Thanassis and Lefkothea Koutsouris used the upstairs part as a summerhouse.
The house consisted of 2 bedrooms, a sitting area, and a small kitchen, which was situated next to the house, to the right of the front door. Emilio’s grandfather was a farmer who used to spend the summer with his family in Old Perithia.
The lower part of the house (now suite no. 5) had an ‘argalios’, a weaving tool for making carpets from sheeps wool. During the summer the grandmothers and aunts would spend many afternoons here, spinning and weaving.
GNTO Licence Number: 0829K050A0192001