You are sure to appreciate your stay in the Kinsterna Suites, which offer an amazing view of the Aegean Sea and the estate’s private vineyards, while most of the suites have balconies. One of these suites is particularly interesting, thanks to its finely carved old fireplace and a balcony built above the old wine press, where the grapes were most likely trodden for wine, and the must was gathered for other uses. The mansion’s defensive cannon was also positioned here (Kinsterna Suite 39).
You will also be surprised to learn that the sitting room of one of these suites was once used as a kitchen by the manor’s owners. This image is reinforced by the restored fireplace and the trap-door which is today located in the suite’s sitting room and which was probably used to facilitate the storage or transfer of food from the old cellar and the olive press (Deluxe Suite 37).
These suites are also impressive on other levels, with their king-size beds and fireplaces, while most of them feature separate sitting rooms or combination living-and-dining areas.
Queen size bed
Pillow menu by Cocomat
Free wireless internet connection
Direct telephone lines in room and bathroom
Electronic Safe box
Marble tilled shower bathroom
Luxurious bath amenities
Magnifying mirror in the bathroom
Bathrobes and Slippers
Terrace or balcony (in some of the Kinsterna Suites)
Separate living room and bedroom (in some of the Kinsterna Suites)
Free parking space
24hour front desk and Concierge
24hour Room Service (special late night menu available)