Traditional island style and a house winery set this charming whitewashed hotel complex apart from other budget properties throughout the Greek Isles.
This property is more than just a hotel. It is a village unto itself, set within the embrace of olive trees, traditional homes and the private Museum of Popular Aegean Civilization. There are only 20 guest rooms, blending in with the surrounding Cycladic architecture, and all come with charming textiles, local artwork and balconies or terraces with views of windmills, gardens and the sea. The seasonal taverna uses fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses from local purveyors as well as house gardens and orchards. The small on-site winery is often the inspiration for food-and-wine pairings.