Barefoot summers in bare shoulders and denim cut-offs. Dawn fishing trips and late nights counting the stars. Cliff-diving, skinny-dipping, tomato-picking. Fish grilling on a black sand beach. Time moving in slow motion, like a tuft of cloud drifting across the horizon. These are our memories of growing up on the Greek islands. These are the kind of memories you could take home with you.

Room types

The Sculptor's , Oia Santorini

Oia santorini.
Unique architecture
and awe-inspiring views
Originally designed as our own beloved summer house, this cliffside property was renovated by local craftsmen well-versed in the secrets of Santorini’s unique cave houses. Fluid forms, neutral tones, and eclectic antiques create a soothing backdrop for the mind-blowing views.

With a prime location just a few steps from Oia’s lively restaurants and boutiques, this traditional cave house offers quiet respite from the summer heat and crowds. Surrounded by seamless vistas of sea and sky, you truly feel immersed in Santorini’s extraordinary landscape. It’s the closest you’ll get to taking flight, like the seagulls dancing overhead.

The Old Bakery, Oia Santorini

Oia Santorini,
A bakery reimagined
as a bohemian hideaway
Floating on the edge of the volcanic caldera, right in the heart of Oia, this historic house was once the village bakery. We preserved the original layout and features, adding contemporary comforts with minimal intervention. The beautiful, thoughtful design is living testament to the incredible craftsmanship of Santorini’s bygone artisans.

The sun-drenched terrace, inlaid with volcanic stones, has wraparound views of Santorini’s shimmering horizon, framed by a jumble of whitewashed houses tumbling down the cliff. A whirlpool is carved out of the rocks, so you can soak up the view in complete privacy. This romantic cave house is a two-minute walk from Oia’s central square, at the top of the stairs that lead to Armeni bay.

Parathyra Cave Houses, Oia Santorini

Oia Santorini,
Cycladic minimalism
on the cliffside
In the gravity-defying village of Oia, this traditional complex of houses once belonged to the old bakery. Originally renovated for our personal use, the houses reflect our deep respect for Santorini’s heritage and our unpretentious definition of luxury — space, light, and natural harmony. Every detail is true to the original layout, from the fanlights above the cherry red doors to the asymmetrical archways and tactile, pressed plaster walls, their outline guided by the rocky terrain.

Accessed by a private entrance, and connected by a sculptural, outdoor staircase, the houses are centrally situated just a minute or two from Oia’s cosmopolitan main street. The world-famous Oia sunset is a short stroll away, but you will almost certainly prefer to stay right here, gazing at the ever-changing light from your private terrace. Sunrise is equally sensational from this vantage point.

*Τhe whirlpool is not available at the winter season (1 December- 31 March)

White Cellar Cave Houses, Oia Santorini

Oia Santorini,
Blue and white, sea and sky
Converted from an old canava (wine cellar), this split-level property is an archetypal example of Santorini’s unique cave houses. Carved into the sheer cliff that spills into the volcanic caldera, these humble dwellings of smooth white plaster have no straight edges: vaulted ceilings, arched doorways, and alcoves create the sense of a calm cocoon. Naturally ventilated, the houses are wonderfully cool even in high summer.

Located on the sheltered, south-facing side of Oia, Santorini’s most picture-perfect village, White Cellar is accessible via a private entrance and relatively few stairs. Superb restaurants, clifftop cafes, and tempting shops are just steps from your front door, while a scenic footpath descends to the bay of Armeni. Right in the heart of the village, the house feels amazingly secluded. Three small terraces on different levels offer different perspectives on Santorini’s iconic landscape and architecture.

Anafiotika Hideaway, Acropolis Athens

Acropolis, Athens,
A slice of Cycladic life in the historic heart of Athens
Anafiotika is one of the tiniest, oldest neighbourhoods in Athens — and surely the most charming. In the foothills of the Acropolis, it’s a wonderful jumble of twisting lanes, wonky little cottages, and brightly painted flowerpots. The secret’s out that it’s one of the most photogenic corners of Athens; but it’s rare for anyone but the lucky few residents to have the privilege of staying here.

Our lucky star was shining bright when we stumbled upon a beautiful ruin for sale. Slowly, carefully, we brought it back to life using natural materials and age-old techniques we learned in the Cyclades — just like the artisans from Anafi island, who built the house over a century ago. A serene oasis overlooking the vibrant metropolis, you’ll wake up to the sound of church bells and sit out under the stars gazing at the city lights.