Lindos is a village with thousands of years of history since its already known from archaic years and was one of the three Dorik cities of the island, the only one that continued to prosper even after the founding of the new settlement of the City of Rhodes on 408 bc.
Famous throughout the ancient world, was the sanctuary of Lindian Athina, whose ruins exist even today on the beautiful ancient acropolis of the village.
The settlement is characterised as preservable and is kept unchanged since the era of the rich lindian boat owners of the 15th century.
The residents due to the unfertile land, from the ancient times were concentrated on the sea, and were great sea masters. Now the main occupation is tourism.
Lindos - Rhodes - Filoxenia Guesthouse
A typically Lindian hostel, the epitome of folklore happily married to good taste and set against a truly idyllic background. Whitewashed houses, sandstone-clad, arched doorways, narrow streets and Lindos Citadel to dominate this splendor.
We have been careful to preserve whatever old, handmade and Noteworthy that still links our day to times bygone.Mosaic floors, traditional Benches, pebble-ornamented courtyards.We used old earthen pots to plant olive trees, wild laurel bushes and flowers in a pleasant variety of colors. We had the walls painted in soothing ochre, alternating with Venetian purple or traditional dark green.
Come along to feel the magic of an other time.
Five (5) double rooms and Three (3) suites.
Each room has been decorated individually, just as a caring householder would have done for one's own home.Vintage antique furniture, handcrafted iron-cast ornaments, old mirrors, mosaic floors are but some of the features chosen to embellish our premises in a very personalized way. We decided not to have TV or telephone sets installed in the rooms, with a view to prevent anything from perturbing your peace of mind during your holiday.
Air-conditioning, Fridge and kitchenette, Safe, Hair-drier
Enjoy your coffee out on our peddle-floored patio, next to the Laurel bush. Or would you rather go for a traditional herb infusion from the Rhodian mountains, conditioned in cinnamon and clover?
Homemade, traditional bread, locally made cheese and olives, homemade jam and pastry, fresh fruit.What a delectable way for one to sweetly embark on the new day ahead!