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The Hyacinth is a 2-room maisonette located on the 1st floor of the guesthouse. On the ground floor of the residence, on the stone-built wall of the building, there is a living room with a double sofa bed, the kitchen of the house and a spacious bathroom with a traditional washbasin. An internal wooden staircase brings us to the living room, which is the bedroom with the double iron bed, decorated with a mosquito net. The entrance area is the second independent room with a single sofa bed. It features an energy wood stove with a grill, a food pan, covering every need for your winter holiday. The apartment is also suitable for people with disabilities. The veranda of the apartment has a very nice view . The colors and fragrances from the garden will enchant you.
Tourist License / Licencia de turismo N °: ΜΗΤΕ 1041Κ05080036101
About the Owner
Languages spoken:German, Russian, English, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:June 2016
Interaction with guests:
Our long time experience in tourism business will help you by providing you answers / instructions / suggestions for any matter that you may ask or need help . Our small office for travelers named KATIA CRETE is at your disposal. We give you space and we are at your disposal by the time you need us.
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
RM 472 / stay
About the neighbourhood
t is built around a well protected harbour.
In modern history, between 1880 and 1920, Panormo experienced major growth of commerce with shops, storehouses and workshops.
Agricultural products from the inland were aggregated in the village and subsequently they were transported to ports of the Mediterranean Sea (Marseilles, south Italy) and the Black Sea (Odessa).
Nowadays Panormo is a particular charming settlement with neoclassical buildings, polite people and elaborated tourism development.
The harbour of Panormo is pretty large and can accommodate sailing ships and yachts. Fishing boats supply the local taverns with fresh fish every day.
Early Christian Basilica, Castle ruins & Agios Georgios - Ascension Church, Charoupomylos and much more Early Christian Basilica In the southwest of Panormo, and in a distance of about 1 km outside the village, the biggest early Christian church of Crete was excavated in 1948. It is a basilica of the 5th or 6th century AD dedicated to Saint Sophia (Agia Sofia).
Castle ruins & Agios Georgios - Ascension Church During the brief occupation period by the Genovese of Enrico Pescatore the settlement of Panormo was fortified behind a fortress, which made Panormo known for years as Kasteli (fort).
How to get there
Airport: HERAKLION: 61.0 km
Ferry: HERAKLION: 58.0 km
Two International airports are situated in Crete Island, both conveniente for visiting Rethymno district and Panormo of course. From Chania Airport to Panormo is 61 kilometers far driving west of Heraklion and from Chania Airport it is 88 kilometers far driving east of Chania.