A Cave house carved into Oia cliffside that overlook the Aegean Sea, the Caldera and Thirasia Island waiting you to discover it. Every afternoon offers the opportunity to enjoy privately from the house’s terrace the world famous Oia sunset. Kristy Cave House belonged to a Greek family that loved the traditional way of living in Santorini, the food, the views and the island culture. That why they made their lifetime goal to preserve this feeling for their visitors to experience.
The House is designed and furnished in a simple and minimalistic way and has incorporated traditional elements of the Santorini culture. All the furnishing is made by Santorini wood and all the elements are carefully selected and renovated to be representative of the mid- century Santorini living materials.
A large Kitchen with sea views balcony along with a homey wooden vintage living room, two bedrooms carved from Santorini’s stone and a build in shower with the all the amenities. The house includes a large private terrace for the visitors to enjoy the breathtaking Santorini’s sunset while tasting the local wine flavours.
The property combines the unique architecture of white-washed Santorinian cave houses with modern facilities like WiFi, flat TV screen, HiFi, air-conditioning and a hint of renovated vintage elements.
Every evening in caldera all visitors gather to experience the world famous sunset in the crowded oia old castle that is overlooking the right direction of sun and it is the most known viewpoint. Kristy Cave house offers you the unique and rare experience to enjoy the famous sunset views by sitting to the house private terrace along with the famous santorinian sweet wine and local cherry tomatoes offered by us.
An exclusive privilege usually not available from the the caldera houses that the house location enables generously for our visitors.
A must have unique experience you shouldn’t miss.
Kristy Cave owners have carefully selected all the house elements to infuse a vintage, simplistic but cozy living experience. Respecting the culture have chosen collectible items from nineteen century and not only. Within the house you can find furniture aged more than 100 years that are carved by hand from wood like the living room sofa, the large wooden closet and the bedroom chests. You can also discover antique nineteenth century lamps, candlesticks and holders.
Art from local artists placed on the traditional original mid century floor - that is carefully preserved from the same craftsman family - complete the sophisticated personality of the property.