“Liodentra”, in Greek folklore literature, derives from the word Elaiodentra which means Olive Trees. The traditional guest house “Liodentra” is a seaside complex, located in the picturesque Mani Peninsula .Situated in an ideal location, the guesthouse affords magnificent landscape surroundings and direct access to the deep blue Mediterranean sea.
Respect for the environment and preserving the traditional architecture of the place are the main characteristics of the traditional guesthouse “Liodentra”. Stone, wood and metal were used in traditional techniques by local craftsmen, resulting in an inspiring composition of authentic accommodation and local design.
The wooden skeleton of the roof was constructed with old Byzantine tiles, and the local Mani stone, carved from large blocks, everything was carefully chosen to create this magnificent traditional stone-built guesthouse. The natural materials, colors, and characteristic fragrances of the place refer to past times that reminisce authentic Greek hospitality.
The 2 two-story houses are furnished with antiquities that have been selectively collected over the years from all over the world. The authentic 19th-century treasure chest, the German bookcase from the Alps, the English vintage washstand, along with the Persian carpets and French engravings, all contribute to the interior design of exquisite aesthetics and the unique atmosphere of Liodentra traditional guesthouse.
Accommodation at Liodentra
“Liodentra” is a seaside complex, comprising two houses and a studio, located in the picturesque Mani Peninsula. Each two-story house of 135 sq.m. consists of 2 bedrooms that can accommodate at least 4 people, 2 or 3 bathrooms respectively, 2 large living areas with a desk, a traditional balcony, and a large terrace which offers the perfect place under the metal pergola for an afternoon rest or dinner under the moonlight.
This ground-floor studio of 38 sq.m. is the small fairy cottage of Liodertra & it is the couple’s favorite choice. It consists of a single room and has a separate bathroom. It was built with love and respect for tradition.
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