The villa is a genuine medieval mansion that has been refurbished and renovated, it is split of three storeys and has 5 gorgeous air conditioned bedrooms.
This very lovely and small property is a hidden gem. It is a Medieval Villa in the heart of The Old Town of Rhodes and was built in 1431. It is a genuine medieval mansion that has been refurbished and renovated. It is the ideal base for a stay on the island of Rhodes. The mansion is split of three storeys and has 5 gorgeous bedrooms. Each one is air conditioned and has a private bathroom, living room area, television and a small kitchenette.
The rooms open on to a balcony and garden, and the views of the ocean and the old town are gorgeous.
The owner of the Medieval Villa is passionate about hospitality and will meet you, greet you and assist you with your sightseeing. If you would like to hire a bike, that can easily be arranged. If you would like to join a walking tour of the Old Town of Rhodes, that is simple to do. And if you would like to walk on your own, and explore at your own pace, you will be given a map and ideas. There are tons of restaurants in the area, fabulous shopping and of course, ancient delights.
The Palace of the Grand Masters is within easy walking distance, as is the old Jewish quarter, the oldest Mosque in Greece and the Archeological Museum. We suggest you walk to the top of the Rhodes Acropolis for an excellent view.
And then of course there are the beaches, sun beds, umbrellas, delicious Greek food, excellent quality wine, the local people, walking and wandering. You can spend days on Rhodes visiting the different areas, beaches and markets. The Medieval Villa is a good place to stay with a truly wonderful atmosphere. Prices are good and competitive. Perfect for single travellers or couples.
Total number of rooms – 1
Breakfast available (surcharge)
Babysitting or childcare (surcharge)
16 Ipparchou St.
Located steps away from the Clock Tower and Archaeological Museum of Rhodes.
Within 1 mi (2 km) of the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes and Acropolis of Rhodes.