Ever close to traditional architectural concepts and folk lore, we have been careful to preserve the old pebble-made mosaic of the yard and floors throughout the premises, maintained the traditional structures meant to host mattresses (panges, i.e. beds in the local patois) and hand-made iron cast pieces of furniture and had the walls painted in such traditional colors as green, ochre and Byzantine purple, thus echoing the Byzantine and Arab influence seen all around the noble mansions of Lindos.
Within the pebbly mosaic-covered yard of our establishment, we set out several old pottery vases which we then turned into flower pots for bougainvilleas, aromatic basil and rosemary bushes. To create an original ambiance, we dared decorate the walls with antique window frames and traditional ceramic plates and even had an old wooden boat placed in a corner and filled with books for those in quest for some hounds of constructive idling and relaxation.
Today we proudly present this complex we have created with gusto and much love, a space harboring tradition and comfort in harmonious coexistence, where white meets colors, where light is flirting with the shadows, where the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee mingles with the fine scents of basil and rosemary.