Hector Cave House, Santorini
Everything in Santorini is beautiful. With its blue skies, even bluer waters, sunshine and pure white buildings, the entire island is stunning. So if you’re looking for somewhere to stay here that stands out as something even more special, then Hector Cave House will itch that scratch.
This property has been carved out of the unique natural landscape of the caldera cliff. In fact, it was carved out 250 years ago and was originally used as a wine cellar – so if you’re a wine connoisseur, then you’ll fit in well here.
This gorgeous space can sleep up to five people and your minimum two night stay starts at around £1,137. Accessible via ten original steps from the cobbled streets below, you’ll be rewarded by your super cool cave apartment complete with private veranda and the most awesome of views across the ocean. Inside you’ll be surrounded by whitewashed walls, wooden beams and high ceilings as you live, quite literally, inside a cave.
And as if that isn’t quite cool enough, why not cool off further in the (non-heated) plunge pool?! Spend your evening sipping your favourite drink from within your private pool or lounging on your veranda celebrating how good life is.