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B&B housed in a restored,
authentic Greek mansion

Located between Thessaloniki and Athens in Central Greece

Ta Xelidonakia is a Bed Breakfast in a restored authentic Greek mansion dating from 1847 with distinct and unique architecture of the region. It nestles amid the lush greenery of the mountain village Pinakates on the Pelion peninsula which is located between the cities of Thessaloniki and Athens. The village lies at 600 meters of altitude and has a magnificent view on the mountain and the bay of Volos, the Pagasetic Gulf.

The Pelion peninsula is a unique combination of sea, beaches, mountains, forests and traditional villages. Direct flights are available from several cities across the UK and European countries.

We hope to welcome you soon,

Maria-Louisa and Edouard
Owners
A Historic Mansion
If you would like to immerse yourself in Greek history, a stay in this authentic Greek mansion, situated in one of the most beautiful villages of Pilion, is a perfect place to start.

B&B Ta Xelidonakia has 9 rooms and a studio, and can accommodate up to 23 guests.

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Breakfast Room
Daily there is an extensive complimentary breakfast buffet for our guests with a wide choice of cold and warm items and beverages.
Swimming Pool
The hotel has a large pool for guests to enjoy. Homemade refreshments are available upon request.
Ensuite Rooms
All rooms are ensuite and have power shower, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer and a full set of towels. Please request towels for the beach.

The Village of Pinakates

Pinakates is considered to be one of the most authentic villages of the 24 villages in Pilion and is a category one protected landmark. It houses an exceptional number of historic mansions with many of them being restored over the last decade.  The village has only around 100 inhabitants which creates an oasis of silence and peace.

The village is so well preserved because until recently it was only accessible via a narrow road which ended in the center of the village. All the other roads were only passable on foot or by mule.

In 1973 the village was connected to the electricity grid which was followed a few years later with a regular bus connection with Volos.

A Lot of Things to Do... and to Discover

There is a varied selection of activities available within the direct vicinity and famous places such as Meteora can be visited in a day trip.

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