Exemplary waterfront villa with beautiful guesthouse finished to the highest specification throughout with chef, direct sea access and private jetty.
Villa Likos & Likos Guesthouse on the spectacular Melissonia Estate near Nissaki sleeps up to 10 guests in absolute luxury. The transformation of this boulder-strewn site into the elegant villa and thoughtfully designed garden has taken time, but the result creates the setting for an unforgettable stay. The main house has a master suite plus two further bedrooms with king size beds with the self-contained guest house housing the remaining two king size bedrooms. A landscaped dividing wall separates the two villas, with beautiful Indian double doors leading between the two properties. Both buildings have gorgeous open plan living spaces and fully equipped kitchens. Following the walkways and paths of the rose-pink stone that was revealed during the excavations, guests will discover for themselves that these gardens hold many secrets, from the intimacy of the Jacuzzi in its own pavilion to the peace and privacy of the outdoor sitting and sunbathing terraces. The villas have two outdoor bars and a beautiful al fresco dining area under a wisteria-draped pergola, surrounded by a lawn. The lowest of the terraces is on the seafront with ladder access to the sea and a floating boat mooring and jetty for boarding boats. Perhaps the most beautiful feature of the gardens though, is the breathtaking swimming pool. Designed to resemble a natural rock pool, the 25-metre long freshwater infinity pool is free form, has an exposed rock face all along one side and is open to the incredible 180 degree view over the sea, with its seemingly boundless vista of islands and mainland, due south as far as the eye can see. The pool is 2.8m deep at its deepest point. The villas occupy a stunning position, poised above the sparkling sea and have so much to offer guests in the way of comfort and relaxation. Holiday books are likely to be cast aside in favour of watching passing yachts or just been entranced by the glorious views. It is not unusual to see dolphins in these clear waters, and even from time to time a Mediterranean whale. At night, it becomes apparent why Corfu is thought of as magical. With its uninterrupted view of the southern sky, and comparatively little light pollution, there are so many natural wonders to be observed. Each month the full moon casts its shimmering net across the sea. The Perseid meteor showers are annual visitors and every day ends with the afterglow of the setting sun and begins again with dawn over the Albanian mountains to the east. With table tennis and table football completing an altogether glorious whole, we are delighted to be able to offer Villa Likos & Likos Guesthouse to our guests. You will be entranced.
Ground Floor: Open plan living/dining room, fully air conditioned with TV and comfortable sitting area; fully equipped kitchen (the chef uses a separate kitchen discreetly sited in a corner of the garden); double bedroom with super king/twin bed with dressing area and en suite shower room; double bedroom with king size bed with dressing area and en suite shower room; terrace for dining and relaxing; guest WC with shower; study; maid’s room (separate access).
First Floor: Master suite with super king bed with en suite bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower, huge walk-in dressing room and terrace with armchairs
GUEST HOUSE (a landscaped dividing wall separates the two villas, with beautiful Indian double doors leading between the two properties).
Ground Floor: Open plan living/dining room, fully air conditioned with TV and sitting area; fully equipped kitchen; 2 air-conditioned bedrooms with super king beds both with en suite shower rooms with walk in showers, double basins and WC; south facing terrace with 180-degree sea views, furnished with comfortable sofas and armchairs, with dining pergola, sun-loungers and umbrellas.
EOT: MHTE 1232053/23-2-2022
The pretty village of Nissaki lies above vibrant Barbati with Agni bay to the north. Named after the small island in its bay, Nissaki means ‘little island’, the islet became permanently attached to the mainland by a jetty giving guests easy access to the tavernas built upon it.Read More