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George Sebastian Villa

Hammamet, Tunisia
+216 72 280 410
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Quiet Garden

There weren't many people around when I visited. In fact I was the only one. I wanted around the... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2017
Minneapolis, Minnesota

In the early 20th century, Hammamet became the favourite haunt of artists, aristocrats and... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2017
belgrade, serbia
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Hammamet, Tunisia
+216 72 280 410
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

There weren't many people around when I visited. In fact I was the only one. I wanted around the old rooms and gardens. It was fun imaging what it would be like living in such a house. There was a couple making out in the...More

Thank tkhazem
Reviewed 28 January 2017

In the early 20th century, Hammamet became the favourite haunt of artists, aristocrats and politicians including Winston Churchill, who worked on his memoirs here. This is largely due to George Sebastian, a Romanian millionaire who liked it so much that he decided to make it...More

1  Thank branka011
Reviewed 16 October 2015

This is a nice place to visit in Hammamet; the garden is very nice, the villa was built to reflect the Tunisian life style.

Thank Nanou B
Reviewed 22 July 2015

we went here in apri me nd my sister was lovely nd peacfull took lots of pictures nd quite lazy afternoon trip left kids in hotel and went our selfs me my sister and had lazy afternoon took lots of pictures quite big from inside...More

Thank jasmin982
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Do not miss month of culture! If you want to walk during the day in shade, if you want to relax by the pool and read a book and during the night the best place to hear artists from all arond the world. Down side...More

Thank Tome S
Reviewed 27 May 2015

a cool shady haven for a hot dat...with historical interest. Nothing SPECTACULAR.... but...wow-wee...we loved it

1  Thank silkeden
Reviewed 15 May 2015

We stayed in a hotel in the Yasmine district of Hammamet and it took about 15 minutes to get the no. 115 or 120 bus to the Villa. Entrance is 5 Dinar each. It was pretty empty when we arrived in the morning. The villa...More

2  Thank Barnabas_12
Reviewed 22 April 2015

This villa is a (fairly) well kept secret and it only costs a few dinars to visit. We had a personally guided tour and then were left to our own devices to have a look around the grounds which were extensive. I believe they extended...More

2  Thank Kara2
Reviewed 21 April 2015

This place has historical connections with Rommel and Churchill but it is not a stately home by any means. The guide was friendly and made us fresh lemonade (from home grown lemons!) A bit pricely for what it is.

Thank lisahall197
Reviewed 11 April 2015

We had seen the reviews of this place on Tripadvisor so decided to visit. We weren't disappointed. The gardens, which are full of fruit trees, are a delight. And the house, though in need of some redecoration, is beautiful. There are great views out to...More

2  Thank Geoff C
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Margaret F
25 June 2015|
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Response from Kara2 | Reviewed this property |
Just answered and apologies for me instead of my!!
john s
20 February 2015|
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Response from Artannie | Reviewed this property |
This is not a hotel, it is a tired tourist attraction, a once beautiful house where Winston Churchill once stayed. With a bit of TLC and a rich investor it could be amazing.