DISCOVER AN EXTRAORDINARY FUSION OF PAST & PRESENT
Grandmother Loulia fell in love with Peroulades, a village situated in the less explored and unspoilt part of Corfu. The naturally beautiful village, with marked Venetian and French influences, is currently under preservation for its cultural and architectural heritage. Grandmother Loulia built this atmospheric Italianate villa amidst the fertile grounds in 1808.
The old mansion house was restored in 2000 to its original splendor. The result was a tranquil property infused with timeless elegance and traditional flair. One of the most genuine hotels in Corfu where the senses are gently provoked reflecting the undeniable beauty of the island, and a strong emphasis is placed on enveloping all who enter in absolute comfort and privacy. The hotel focuses on personalized, discreet, and homely service, which guests can enjoy at its intimate premises.
Interior spaces are bright and spacious, stepped in Venetian architecture. The décor is a mix of contemporary and traditional, the furnishings elegant and the amenities up-to-the-minute. The rooms and suites of the hotel have been decorated using a warm yet diverse palette of vibrant colors and unique textures: bedrooms are contrasts of dark wood, flowing curtains, colorful walls, and inviting, rich tones.
Life in Villa de Loulia unfolds at a leisurely pace. Surrounded by lush gardens and greenery, guests may laze around the sparkling waters of the pool enjoying the relaxing sounds of nature, while birds sing and dive into the pool waters to cool off. Time seems to stand still at this out-of-town haven, where days and nights are given over to total indulgence.
Often hidden treasures tucked away among beautiful scenery, family run hotels are worth their weight in gold. Villa de Loulia is a family-run hotel, very unique in its offerings and charms, while it extends warm welcome, high standards and the enchanting experiences of its locale.
Here, you will find comfort in the cozy and friendly atmosphere, not to mention the additional homely touches. Grandmother Loulia built this atmospheric Italianate villa amidst the fertile village grounds in 1808. The family of Grandmother Loulia used to own many acres of land and it was a well-established family around the village. The old mansion house was restored in 2000 to its original splendor. The result was a tranquil property infused with timeless elegance and traditional flair. Since then, the family has been running the hotel with a passion and commitment in ensuring that each of their guests is well looked after and enjoys the perfect stay.
You'll also find that the interiors are totally individualistic with elements of the owner's personality strewn throughout to give it a much more personal feel, you can't fail to spot the loving nuances. Villa de Loulia offers an authentic experience owing to their greater knowledge of the local area and the beauty of the surrounding area.
There's no greater experience than staying somewhere where you can place your trust time and again, and where family values are at the heart of everything. The small things in life really do count.