Villa Nereis

  • Acreage: 60 Ft²
  • Guests: 4
  • Bed: 2
  • € 241 / Night
  • Pricing Plans
“Nereid” is one of the “Nereids” nymphs. The NEREIDES (Nereids) were fifty sea nymphs, daughters of Nereus, the old man of the sea. The name “Nereides” means "Daughters of Nereus". They’re particularly associated with the Aegean Sea. They were goddesses of the sea's rich bounty and protectors of sailors and fishermen, coming to the aid of those in distress. Individually they represented various facets of the sea from the salty brine, to the sea foam, sand, rocks, waves and currents, as well as the various skills possessed by seamen. The nereids were actually considered both saltwater and freshwater nymphs. Why? They were the daughters of Nereus (a sea god) and Doris (a daughter of Oceanus, thus Oceanid). The Nereids dwelt with their elderly father within a golden palace that was located in a silvery grotto at the depths of the Aegean Sea. The Nereid Thetis, wife of Peleus and mother of Achilles, was their unofficial leader, and Amphitrite was Poseidon's queen and mother of Triton. The Nereids were depicted in ancient art as beautiful, young maidens, friendly and helpful towards sailors, sometimes running with small dolphins or fish in their hands, or else riding on the backs of dolphins, hippokampoi (sea horses) and other sea creatures. In modern Greek folklore, the term "nereid" (νεράιδα, neráida) has come to be used for all nymphs, fairies, or mermaids, not merely nymphs of the sea. Nereid, a moon of the planet Neptune, is named after the Nereids. Nereid Lake in Antarctica is named after the nymphs as well.
15:00-22:00
08:00-11:00
Possibility of refund when the reservation is canceled.
All children are welcome. Children from 0-13 years free of charge.
Pets are not allowed.

Room services

  • 2 bathrooms
  • 22 sq. feet private pool
  • 43-inch smart TV
  • Air condition
  • Café furniture
  • Coffee maker
  • Cooking rings
  • Curtain
  • Dining room
  • Double beds (170x200)
  • Electric-squeezer
  • Extra Pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fully equipped
  • Iron board with iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen range hood
  • Linen
  • Lux Sunbeds
  • Microwave
  • Multi cutter
  • Outbreaks
  • Private Terrace
  • Refrigerator-freezer
  • Safe
  • Shampoo, body wash
  • Slippers
  • Smart home system
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Utensils

Room services

  • 2 bathrooms
  • 22 sq. feet private pool
  • 43-inch smart TV
  • Air condition
  • Café furniture
  • Coffee maker
  • Cooking rings
  • Curtain
  • Dining room
  • Double beds (170x200)
  • Electric-squeezer
  • Extra Pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fully equipped
  • Iron board with iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen range hood
  • Linen
  • Lux Sunbeds
  • Microwave
  • Multi cutter
  • Outbreaks
  • Private Terrace
  • Refrigerator-freezer
  • Safe
  • Shampoo, body wash
  • Slippers
  • Smart home system
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Utensils
“Nereid” is one of the “Nereids” nymphs. The NEREIDES (Nereids) were fifty sea nymphs, daughters of Nereus, the old man of the sea. The name “Nereides” means "Daughters of Nereus". They’re particularly associated with the Aegean Sea. They were goddesses of the sea's rich bounty and protectors of sailors and fishermen, coming to the aid of those in distress. Individually they represented various facets of the sea from the salty brine, to the sea foam, sand, rocks, waves and currents, as well as the various skills possessed by seamen. The nereids were actually considered both saltwater and freshwater nymphs. Why? They were the daughters of Nereus (a sea god) and Doris (a daughter of Oceanus, thus Oceanid). The Nereids dwelt with their elderly father within a golden palace that was located in a silvery grotto at the depths of the Aegean Sea. The Nereid Thetis, wife of Peleus and mother of Achilles, was their unofficial leader, and Amphitrite was Poseidon's queen and mother of Triton. The Nereids were depicted in ancient art as beautiful, young maidens, friendly and helpful towards sailors, sometimes running with small dolphins or fish in their hands, or else riding on the backs of dolphins, hippokampoi (sea horses) and other sea creatures. In modern Greek folklore, the term "nereid" (νεράιδα, neráida) has come to be used for all nymphs, fairies, or mermaids, not merely nymphs of the sea. Nereid, a moon of the planet Neptune, is named after the Nereids. Nereid Lake in Antarctica is named after the nymphs as well.
15:00-22:00
08:00-11:00
Possibility of refund when the reservation is canceled.
All children are welcome. Children from 0-13 years free of charge.
Pets are not allowed.

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