Room Facilities/Guest services
Daily cleaning service
Flat satellite TV
Amenities (shampoo, shower gel, body lotion)
Laundry service (upon request)
Fax services (upon request)
Massage (upon request)
Car /Scooter/Atv rentals (upon request)
Excursions bookings (upon request)
Transfer from/to airport or port (upon request)
The price includes
3, 8 km from Santorini International Airport (6 min drive).
8 km from Athinios port (17 min drive).
6 km from Fira, the capital of Santorini (12 min drive).
2 km from seaside village of Kamari with the black beach (4 min drive).
10,5 km from seaside villages of Perissa and Perivolos with the black beach (20 min drive).
3 km from Pyrgos, the highest village of Santorini (6 min drive).
Specially, for hiking fans, there is a traditional path starting from the village of Mesa Gonia (or Episkopi Gonia) to the village of Pyrgos, which is a 2, 8 km hiking (1 hour of hiking).
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Check- in time: from 12.00 pm.
Check-out time: until 11.00 pm.
When you book one of our houses, it’s required to inform us about your arrival details.
“Serenity Houses” are situated in a beautiful property that consists of two (2) fully renovated and separate traditional residences in the centre of village of Mesa Gonia, which are the following:
1. The ground floor residence “Lemonia” accommodates up to four (4) persons and consists of two (2) bedrooms, one bedroom has a double bed and the other bedroom has two single beds, one bathroom with shower, one fully equipped kitchen (with large fridge, oven, coffee maker, kettle, toaster and all necessary cooking utensils) with dining table and sofa.
Both houses have a common outdoor area, a beautifully landscaped courtyard with barbeque, outdoor furniture and views of the picturesque village of Mesa Gonia.
- Concierge service
- Daily cleaning service
- Self-catering breakfast
- Air condition
- Free wi-fi
- Flat satellite TV
“Serenity Houses” are located in the tranquil traditional village of Mesa Gonia (or Episkopi Gonia), on the way to seaside village of Kamari. Picturesque Mesa Gonia is built on the fringes of Profitis Ilias Mountain. The village is depicted by Olivier on a Santorini map dated in 1801, as it is one of the oldest villages of the island of Santorini. The village has long history in wine production, as it is surrounded by vines and had many wineries (canava) from old times. Nowadays, Mesa Gonia is still one of the most important centers of wine production of Santorini, as it is full of wineries in very short distance that are awaiting you for a delightful wine tasting experience of the unique wines they produce.
Visitors to the village should also visit the most important site of Mesa Gonia, which is the temple of Panagia Episkopi. This church was built in 1100 AD and is one of the oldest but also of the most important – in its history – churches of Santorini. It celebrates on August 15, with traditional organists, food and wine.