Themeli Mansion is a historic home as it once was the family residence of General Themelis (1785-1825) who played a crucial role in the cause for the Greek Independence. His memorial statue can be found in the main square of Skala.
The house can comfortably accommodate 6 guests in a master bedroom, and double bedroom suite and an independent double bedroom, or 8 guests by making use of the two single beds that lie in the communicating loft of the double master suite. The peculiarity of this house is that the Master Bedroom is composed of a traditional Patmian bed, which is in fact two double beds side by side on a theatrical raised platform.
340m2 with interior courtyard, patio with spectacular front facing view, indoor and outdoor dining for 10 guests, spacious kitchen independent of main house
Spacious master bedroom with spectacular views, Patmian style bed, seating area
Double bedroom suite with four-poster bed, communicating loft with two single beds
Bathroom(1) with shower
Independent double bedroom with small en-suite bathroom
Terrace with seating area accessed from all bedrooms
Entrance to interior courtyard
Independent spacious kitchen
Dining room, coffee station, second fridge
Very large living room leading to patio and int. courtyard
Front facing patio with spectacular views
Patio seating area and dining for 10 guests
Bathroom(2) with shower