Kissamos Luxury Villas
Welcome to Kissamos Luxury Villas, welcome to Crete!
We are Fotini and Giannis Xirouhakis and we are grateful to live on the beautiful island of Crete with our two children. Fotini’s family has owned the old house for appriximately 100 years. 25 years ago we made the decision to restore it and transform it to Villa Arhontariki. We love to meet people from all around the world, learn about different cultures and traditions and share our passion for the Cretan hospitality. As we live in Chania - not so far from Villa Arhontariki - we are more than happy to assist you on everything you might need during your holidays: sightseeing, day trips and cruises, wine tasting, restaurant/taverns recommendations or shopping.
Kissamos Luxury Villas consist of two different villas, Villa Arhontariki and Villa Aloni. Both villas are located in two beautiful villages in Kissamos prefecture. Villa Arhontariki is a vibrant mix of classic luxury and warm aesthetics. It is built on three levels and offers all modern amenities. Located in the scenic Kalyviani Village, 1km away from the beach, the villa can accommodate up to 8 persons. Villa Aloni combines the beauty of the Cretan landscape with contemporary architectural design and artfully decorated spaces. It consists of two levels and can accommodate up to 8 people. The villa is situated in the picturesque village of Agios Georgios, pretty close to the sea.
Villa Arhontariki located in the scenic Kalyviani Village, 1km away from the beach, is a vibrant mix of classic luxury and warm aesthetics.
The Villa took its name from the Greek word “αρχονταρίκι”, a spare room in a monastery where the monks used to host their special guests. It is furnished with antiques and features wooden ceilings, stone walls, furnished verandas and a private swimming pool overlooking Kissamos Bay.
At a close distance from the sea, in the picturesque village of Agios Georgios in the Kissamos Prefecture, Villa Aloni combines the beauty of the Cretan landscape with contemporary architectural design. It took its name from the Greek word “αλώνι,” a hard, circular level surface inside a field, where people used to thresh grains in the times past. “Alonia” are usually constructed in the open air, on elevated ground, where the wind blows.
Dominated by carved stone and wood, Villa Aloni impresses with its warm ambiance that suits the needs of every guest. Its artfully decorated spaces stand out for their style, comfort and luxury.