The Hyades were the daughters of ancient god Atlas. When their brother died, they cried so much that Zeus transformed them into stars. The constellation Hyades has been known since ancient times and is linked to rainfall in many countries.
The “Hyades” have given their name to a comfortable double room in the main building complex of the old village. The room has a double bed or twin beds and fireplace, with the original wooden beams. In the double room “Hyades”, couples can enjoy their holidays all year round in a room decorated with great taste offering all modern amenities. It is centrally located in front of the spacious paved square, which is a continuation of the courtyard of the old olive mill.
Capacity: The Double Room “Hyades” can host 2 adults.