Each of the four rooms has its own particular charm, typified by Nelly’s unique touches of farmhouse chic. Cosy yet luxurious, the floors are made of terracotta and the bathrooms are composed of smooth stone. All of the bedsheets are Egyptian cotton and this, combined with the reigning atmosphere of total peace, make for a heavenly night’s sleep.
All rooms are air-conditioned and feature WiFi, Shower, hairdryer, Hammam towels, TV.
Located right next to the pool, with a view onto the courtyard, this suite is named after its former occupants. A converted pigsty, the ceiling is composed of old slate and the room has a cosy, rustic charm. Comprising an en-suite with a marble sink and a stone shower, it’s perfect for a relaxing couple’s trip
Located in the heart of the estate’s garden, the natural shades of green and stone in this room reflect the leafy surrounding environment. Separate from the main house, this room offers some privacy and total peace, ensuring moments of supreme relaxation.
On your private patio in the evening, lie back and listen to the music of the insects that gave this room its name, before heading in for a restful sleep on your Egyptian cotton sheets. With its cool terracotta floors, pastel shades and touches of farmhouse chic, this room is a triumph of cosy countryside charm.
A two-bedroom suite that’s perfect for families, this room has a unique lilac-painted bathroom with stone features. Elsewhere, you’ll find terracotta floors, antique furniture and a general sense of pared-down tranquility. Step from your king-size bed to the shady courtyard for a revitalising cup of coffee after a long and restful sleep.
Served until 11.30, breakfast at Ktima Lemonies is meant to be savoured. Taken on the peaceful terrace under the shade of the fruit trees, with the scent of blossom and bergamot filling the air, the setting is rather heavenly. Add to that a veritable banquet of home-made jams from the estate’s own fruit trees, sticky cakes and tarts fresh from the oven, velvety Greek yoghurt and a full cheese board and you’ve got breakfast that’s truly fit for a king. Although no other meals are served at Ktima Lemonies, guests are welcome to prepare a picnic lunch.
Tucked away down a winding stone path, the hotel finds itself a little removed from the nearby town. Take a 5-minute drive to the quiet village of Lamyra and drift lazily down the old stone streets, marvelling at the churches and fine houses. The area around the hotel is ideal for long hikes and at Chora, Andros’s capital, has plenty of beaches and attractions and is located only a few minutes away by car.
Like the fig tree roots, the property is constantly addressing many sustainable tourism areas and excelling in most fields.
Ktima Lemonies is a sanctuary, where you can enjoy Mediterranean nature’s peacefulness among fifty or so lemon trees but also cypress, oak, fruit and olive trees.