“The House of Prince” was firstly built in the final decade of the 19th century and served as the family home of my great-grandfather, Dimitris Batsolas, whose nickname was “The Prince” and his home was known as the “House of the Prince”.
After the 1970s the property fell into disrepair until 2012, when my wife Thalina and I embarked on a project to bring the House back to life and its original glory. The restoration lasted for more than two years. Local craftsmen paid extreme attention to all the details and realized tailored made pieces, leveraging their experience and creativity to preserve the historical local architecture of the property. All 3 suites have been decorated with authentic, elegant period furniture, eminent objects of virtue, chandelliers and precious antiques from our family.
Hence the House of Prince has flourished with much love into an elegant authentic and welcoming place we dreamed it would be. The House of Prince is evolving, and with it our passion to ensure that guests experience a home away from home. Our upcoming plans are to expand the House of Prince into a boutique hotel with the ability to host up to 18 persons including a trade mark stone tower, a pool, a sauna and a wine cellar serving traditional Greek delicacies.
This is only the beginning of a story – there is much more that we invite you to discover.