Pileas & Thetis are two luxurious villas set within Tsagarada’s green surroundings. Set in a stone-built mansion dating back to 1863 surrounded by walnut, cherry and rose trees, the property offers accommodation with a fireplace and hot tub. Each villa features a spacious living room and boasts antique handmade Persian carpets and chandeliers. Modern touches include free Wi-Fi, satellite/cable LCD TV and DVD player. All beds have a three-layer mattress by cocomat and cotton sheets, towels, slippers and bathrobes are providedbreakfast includes homemade jams, fresh eggs and pies. Pileas & Thetis also features a furnished, stone-paved terrace shaded by a vine pergola. A covered dining area with BBQ facilities can be found in the back garden.
Thessaly. This region of Greece, which borderd with the Aegean Sea on the east is a truly unique and inspiring region, and one that offers a huge range of landscape, natural beauty and perfect destinations for holidays throughout the year. With Pileas & Thetis Villa as your starting point, there are plenty of sights to keep you fascinated in the surrounding area. During the summer season, the beautiful beaches all around the coast are full of people enjoying the summer sun and sea. During the winter season, visitors descend onto Mount Pelion for its fantastic ski centre. Other winter sports and activities also take place here. The region of Meteora in the county of Trikala is one that all visitors to the region should try and visit. The stunning monasteries located right at the top the famous rocks is a truly unique sight, and one that needs to be seen to be believed. Trikala is also home to the stunning “Lake Plastira”. Pileas & Thetis Villa is located at Pelio, 37012, Greece – a place that visitors will instantly fall in love with and the ideal starting point to explore an area of immense natural beauty. Thessaly is a remarkable region of Greece with a delightful selection of landscapes, scenery and opportunities for unique and interesting holidays. The region is easily accessible from both North and South Greece.
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