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RJM - verified booking
"We had a fantastic holiday in early May 2010 in this house suitable for 4 people (2 bedrooms). The rest of the house is pleasantly situated on the outskirts of the small village of Prines. The bustling city Retimnon, maybe the nicest town in Crete, is 5 minutes away by car. Villa Eleonora is located at the end of a dead end, which is one of two houses with between two vacant plots, so no immediate neighbors. Adjacent to the open backyard is a small valley with olive trees and sounds softly therefrom occasional bleating and the tinkling of a small herd of sheep through. The fine pool offers refreshment but also one swallow does an occasional dip in the water. The house has a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and a washing machine in the storage room. Outside on the terrace, a BBQ if you want to get started, although the Greek cuisine course recommended is.Het village of Prines consists of a tavern with a terrace and a shop along a busy road, and is a 3-minute walk away good for fresh bread, water and first cup of coffee on the terras.De Dutch owner puts you in touch with the friendly caretaker va english"
Pascale - verified booking
"Wonderful, complete and quiet house in a alotment on the edge of Prinès, with the strongest point of the beautiful garden with swimming pool and sun loungers. The many, often aggressive barking dogs give the neighborhood a bit unfriendly appearance, but fortunately they are all sitting behind a fence or on a chain. The comments about the barking we understand however. The tavern in the village, thanks to the affable owner, worth a visit. A bus runs through the village, but for trips to the beach and attractions in the area is a car is recommended. We include Chania, the gorge and Phaestos visited all of an hour and five minutes drive from the house. The south-western part of Crete is too far away for good, unless you are about to have to remain in the autro sit. There is currently (end June 2011) worked on the access road, making the house more difficult to reach, but there are two alternative routes to the house: the village and parallel to the highway. The latter way is, however, in poor condition."
Emiel - verified booking
"A fine and especially complete villa. On arrival Saturday night late we were surprised that there was fruit, bread, sandwich, coffee / tea, filters, milk sugar was present. The welcome was warm, with the necessary explanation. The accommodation was more complete than the detergent indicated in the description, dishwasher tablets, detergents, 2 laptops, audio. Wifi is available but not usually with the capacity to stream in hotels and resorts. 3G / 4G range is sufficient.Multiple terraces with garden furniture, good working extensive bbq. Bicycles are available and free to use.The villa is modern, well maintained. Twice a week the villa was cleaned, mopped and replaced bed and linen. The view is indeed very beautiful. The villa is somewhat isolated in a hilly terrain. Less suitable for cycling and extensive hiking. A car to reach the shops and city beyond is really necessary. In short, a real must."
Anneke - verified booking
"The house is a bit isolated but that is pleasant for the rest. A rental car is needed. The view from the roof is stunning. The beds are a little hard but good. On the TV you can just see the Dutch news (but if you always want to?). The wifi works well. As more Mediterranean countries, there are some barking dogs in the area but not so that it was too disturbing. For our groceries we usually went to the Lidl on the main road and also at the Ariadni in Atsipoloulo. There is also an ATM in the village. We found the center and the port of Rethymno very beautiful, nice and cozy, especially "at night. Well eaten by Stavros there. We flew to Chania (also very nice downtown) and that's not a half hours drive. A trip to Heraklion and Knossos is also doing well. Driving times are on Crete usually longer than expected. All in all a great holiday."
Wendy - verified booking
"We were very kindly received and there were already some groceries on the kitchen counter to get through the first morning. The fruit bowl was also well stocked and Greek Raki was ready. The villa was very spacious and tidy. All amenities were provided. The villa has a great view and outside was plenty of room to sit and sunbathe. We were lucky with the weather, Ella day at least 24 degrees, so we could have stayed a lot outside. With the rental car to the city of Rethimon went well. Quick, easy route. The day before departure we received another small gift. It was a great vacation."