At a glance
Villa Sabella has been selected as one of the 24 most beautiful villas for rent in Greece by the Condé Nast Traveler!
Resting on the scenic hills of Sifnos, overlooking the Aegean horizon and the neighboring islands, this fabulously restored villa, invites guests to an authentic Greek holiday setting.
Decorated in an elegant way, mixing antiques and unique modern furniture, all indoor spaces are offering an atmosphere of unpretentious sophistication. High ceilings and wooden floors dominate the main living spaces which are complemented by a rather traditional dining room.
The outdoor spaces are surrounded by beautiful gardens full of flowers and Mediterranean plants and offer several spots of relaxation, next to a large swimming pool which looks like an extension of the bright blue Cycaldic skies.
A large outdoor dining table which can accommodate up to 12, invites guests for unforgettable dinners under the stars!
Entrance, sitting area with fireplace, perfectly equipped kitchen with dining area.
2 Master suites with double bedroom, en suite bathroom and separate sitting area
2 Double bedrooms with en suite bathroom
1 Two-storey room with double bedroom and mezzanine with double bed and en suite bathroom
1 Single bedroom with en suite bathroom and independent entrance (No A/C, suitable for teenager or nanny)
2 Double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and independent entrances
Infinity swimming pool with Jacuzzi, various dining and sitting areas, barbecue, 2 shaded lounging areas, small orthodox church, yoga-meditation area.
Independent staff accommodation used by the villa housekeeper.
- Sleeps up to 15
- 7 bedrooms
- Separate staff quarters
- Infinity swimming pool 90 sq.m.
- AC in all bedrooms
- Private chapel
- WiFi & Satellite TV
- Daily Housekeeping Service
- Change of linen twice a week
- Concierge services
- 25min drive from Kamares main port
- 8 min drive from Apollonia
- 5 min drive to Kastro
- Closest beach 15 mins drive
Sifnos is a little blessed island in the western Cyclades- «the richest of all its neighbors» according to the historian Herodotus!