EIGHT GENERATIONS, ONE PHILOSOPHY.
The land was cultivated for eight generations before coming to the ownership of Helen (the granddaughter) and her husband Andreas Stroubakos who visualised the revival of the farm estate and strong memories of the genuine Zakynthian traditional hospitality. The family's love for their country and their need to offer the unique sense of the historical Zakynthian mansions of the last century led the Kouros descendants to create a distinguished group of traditional country houses (built 2002) on the farm.
The construction began with the selections of stone from the mountainous villages of 'Kiliomenos' and 'Ag. Leon ' which was perfectly carved by local craftsmen who preserved the traditional architecture of the island.
The combination of stone and wood in its natural condition is remarkable.Ceilings made of wooden logs, antiquated wooden doors; stone bricks from local kilns and forged iron were all worked on wisely by old Zakynthian craftsmen. All materials used to construct the houses were natural to preserve and respect the environment.