Troulos Double Room

Named after the hill in the village.

This two roomed suit “borrowed” its name from nearby Troulos (Dome) Hill. And, indeed, the name suits it, as nature has found a place in this room ... as part of the decor. Three ancient tree trunks adorn the ceiling above the bed.

Next to the bed, in front of the imposing stone fireplace, is a cosy corner with a sofa. Stone and wood are the dominant features throughout, both for the walls and for the furniture. There is a fully equipped kitchen in the other room. The Troulos Suit also has an interior balcony, or “pounti” as it used to be called, which is covered by mechanically operated retractable awnings.

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Pigi Apartment

The source of luxury

Pigi (source) was the richest village in Mesta. And its namesake apartment is also rich and luxurious but in a tasteful and unassuming way. It is an independent 50 sq.m furnished apartment which has been fully renovated in a way which conserves its traditional character thanks to the stone arches and recesses) in the walls. The accommodation consists of a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom with antique bathtub and WC. There is a stone fireplace beside the bed, something which adds an extra touch of romance. This room has an interior balcony, or “pounti” as it used to be called, which is covered by mechanically retractable awnings. 

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Kasoula Double Room

A living part of Mesta’s history, from 1412 to the present day.

This is a recently renovated room which takes its name from the surrounding area. The monks’ cells of the Palio Monastiri tou Taxiarchi (the Old Monastery of the Archangel) were built here. It is thought that the monastery was built in 1412 AD, and that it is the oldest part of Mesta village. So, anyone staying in this room, with its history dating back to the Middle Ages, is bound to enjoy its historical atmosphere, countryside air and rustic furnishings. Stone dominates the décor, with arches and stone recesses in the walls which add the glamour of a bygone era, while the earthy tones, luxurious fabrics on the furniture and the Italian flooring give the room a more modern atmosphere. The room has a double bed and three-seater traditional sofa.

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Merovigli Apartment

On the highest hill with a view out across the castle-village

A renovated two-room suite with stone arches and recesses. The accommodation consists of a bedroom and a fully equipped kitchen, and takes its name from one of the highest hills in the area. And here it’s up to you - you can enjoy the view of the village from the top of the hill, or choose to gaze at a sky that is filled with stars or with the warm Chios sun from the rooms. The suite has an interior balcony, or “pounti” as it used to be called, which is covered by mechanically operated retractable awnings. You can relax and enjoy your morning coffee there, or treat yourself to a spoonful of Chios mastic. Let the colours and legends of the area take you on a journey into the past, while you enjoy all the modern-day comforts we provide for you.

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Melisses Apartment

Like a walk in the mastic fields.

This suite takes its name from “Melisses” a place name from the countryside in this area. It is part of a medieval castle and was restored under the supervision of the Archaeological Service and the Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities. It is a 55 sq.m independent room furnished apartment which can accommodate up to four people. It features a fully equipped kitchen, living room and dining room. The stone ceilings are arch-shaped following the area’s architectural tradition. The earthy tones and linen fabrics in the apartment reflect the tranquillity of the area so that visitors can enjoy their exquisite stay in our wonderful countryside.

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Mesta Mastic

Mesta, Chios 82102
T: +302271076009, +302271076008
M: +306937333734

Telephone: +302271076009, +302271076008
Fax: +306937333734


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