This romantic bolthole is a Paxos utopia, with attentive service, seven beautifully decorated suites and excellent breakfasts served on a shaded terrace overlooking the pool. There is a true secret garden feel to the property, due to its concealment behind a high stone wall with elaborately carved wooden doors, but once through, guests are greeted with the quiet rumble of a fountain , vegetation with thorny leaves and a dazzling view of the sea. The design aesthetic is an eclectic mix of Greek and Moroccan influences, with terracotta urns and large floor cushions in bold prints, while suites have plush sofas, bold wood furniture, and rugs. tactile. Each includes an outdoor area, a small kitchenette and Korres amenities.
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