|Rental Period||Price Per Day||Price Per Week|
|01 October 2021 - 05 November 2021||98.00€||686€|
|25 May 2022 - 30 June 2022||114.00€||798€|
|01 July 2022 - 12 July 2022||172.00€||1204€|
|13 July 2022 - 31 July 2022||201.00€||1407€|
|01 August 2022 - 23 August 2022||208.00€||1456€|
|24 August 2022 - 31 August 2022||183.00€||1281€|
|01 September 2022 - 30 September 2022||114.00€||798€|
|01 October 2022 - 05 November 2022||101.00€||707€|
La Casa Del Postino (The Postman’s House) is a seductive, recently renovated apartment with a beautiful front balcony and air conditioning. The house is in an advantageous position, a few steps away from the centre of Kassiopi, the local facilities and the beach of Kalamionas.
It is laid out in three levels and is spacious for a family or party of seven people, in four bedrooms with three bathrooms.
The street gate leads to the front balcony, the end side of the house, and the main entrance, which opens onto a nicely furnished living room with a spiral wooden staircase.
There is an arch to the left of the living room, which leads to the fully equipped kitchen and further up to a small hall with an external door that opens to the large front balcony on the side of the village’s inner street. Bedrooms are located on both sides of this area with a twin and a double bedroom, sharing shower/WC room.
Going down the lounge’s spiral staircase, we land on the basement, which features a single bedroom with a shower / WC room.
On the opposite, we reach the upper level, where nestles the master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, totally remote from the rest of the house.
La Casa Del Postino is in a privileged location, centrally in the village of Kassiopi, just one step away from public swimming pools, the beach of Kalamionas, or the idyllic harbour with the dense boat trips, the boats for rent and the countless tavernas. The use of a car is unessential, as all the facilities are on your doorstep, which turns your simple stay in this charming house into an unforgettable and dreamy holiday.
The following facilities are available in the property for your use:
– Wi-Fi Internet.
– Lounge Air-con (located in the kitchen).
– Washing machine.
– Cleaning materials.
Kitchen and Diner Facilities
– Dining Area
– Coffee Machine
– Dining and dishes utensils
– High chair
– Electric hob rings
The following outside facilities are available for your use:
– Barbeque portable. and a gardener that will visit from time to time.
– In case of a water shortage, the owner keeps an extra tank to switch once notified.
– Kassiopi Corfu, Post Code: 49081., GPS: (39.786389, 19.920831).
Cleaner: Twice a week, including your arrival.
Linen: Once a week.
Towels: Twice a week, including your arrival.
Car hire: This is not essential.
– Official Check-in time is 15:00 hrs.
– Luggage Check-in is 13:00 hrs.
– Official Check-out time is 10:00 hrs.
We can be flexible with check-in and checkout time on request. The cleaner may be on the property even after the official check-in time. The cleaner will stay until the cleaning of the property is complete.
Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Accepted credit cards
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- Car not essential
- Clothes dryer
- Dinning Terrace
- Hair dryer
- Linen provided
- Near restaurants
- Near shops
- Near supermarket
- Outdoor Dining
- Village location
- Washing machine
Mini - Market
Local point of interest
Reviews coming soon! ;)
Kassiopi is a village, and a resort on the affluent north east coast of Corfu, 37 kms from the town and the airport. Historically, a small traditional fishing village, the town itself has been heavily developed and with more luxury villas now outside it, but it remains a summer social centre heavily visited by tourists, particularly popular with visitors from Britain and Italy.
Uniquely inKassiopi someone can find ubiquitous “tourist shops” and every kind of eating and drinking facility, as well as cash machines, doctors and pharmacy, internet cafes and supermarkets, a primary and a high school and an Orthodox church.
Motor boats, which can be driven by anyone during the daytime are available for hire by the day or week. Excursions run daily from the harbour to all parts of the island.
The road runs through the edge of the town, and a loop takes buses as far as the village square, approx. 250 yard from the harbour. One or two taxis (which run 24 hours a day all over the island) are based here. Both town and surrounding area are very safe at all times of the day.
The accommodation is mainly apartment type, with larger villa accommodation on the outskirts and the area surrounding (approx. 4000 beds).
The resort is lively day and night.
Being a lively resort, it is for those who are looking for a bit of life. Teenagers, families, young couples and groups of friends, who want life but also the beauty of the North East of the island, Kassiopi has a little of everything.
Kalamionas, Bataria, Votana and Avlaki are some of the fabulous nearby beaches, all within walking distance from village’s centre.
Sports and natureUnique trails to the surrounding hills and mount have lately become very popular. Amazing sceneries of the Albanian coast and south Adriatic sea can be experienced walking through most of the trails.
NightlifeKassiopi is the perfect resort for those who are looking for a bit of life. Teenagers, families, young couples and groups of friends can enjoy Kassiopi's nighlife in one of the bars or tavernas, drinking or eating by the sea, taking place in karaoke competitions or watching Greek dancing. Disco bars internet caffes abound also in Kassiopi.
Culture & historyThe Byzantine fortress: The town is said to have been founded during the reign of Pyrrhus, King of Epirus in the 3rd Century BC, as a supply post during his war with Rome. After the Roman conquest of the island in 230 BC, many Emperors visited, most prominently Emperor Nero, who came to a Temple to Zeus here. Much of a small headland to the north of the resort is taken up by a Byzantine fortress. The fortress was subsequently fortified further by the Venetians, and survived sieges from the Ottoman Turks in the 16th century. Today parts of the fortress's walls can be seen from the coastal road around the headland. The Church: Sometime in the 5th century the temple of Kassios Zeus was converted to a Christian church to honour the Holy Mother – Panayia Kassopitra. In 1537 the church was burned to the ground by the Turks, it was restored between 1590 & 1591.The new church had two altars to accommodate both Catholic and Orthodox religions and inscriptions on the church bear the dates 1590, 1670 and 1832.