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Sannazaro / Sidney
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    Sleeps Six
    Ideal for family/small groups
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    Chalet Size
    55 sq.m.
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    Bed Sizes
    One Queen 2m x 1.60m
    Four Singles 1.90m x 0.90m
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    Special Inclusion
Designer door handle of Premium Chalets Sixtuple at Convento Arcadia, Atins
About Your Room
The Sixtuple Premium Chalet offers direct views of our tropical garden. With ample space to stretch your legs, either inside or out on your private veranda, this chalet is ideal when travelling with friends or family. To ensure your stay with us is pleasant and relaxing, your chalet is fitted with only the essentials, like your very own hammock!
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    Queen bed
  • Premium Chalet / Sixtuple
    Single beds
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    Mosquito net
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    Free Wi-Fi
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    Ensuite bathroom
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    Hot water shower
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    Mini bar
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    Safety deposit box
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    Private veranda
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Premium Chalet / Sixtuple
Elegant bathware view of Premium Chalets Sixtuple at Convento Arcadia, Atins
Elegant bathware view of Premium Chalets Sixtuple at Convento Arcadia, Atins
Special Features
Leave your phones in the safety deposit box and relax on your hammock or private veranda.
Behind the Names
Our Sixtuple Premium Chalets have drawn inspiration from Philip Sidney, an English poet, courtier, scholar and soldier who penned "The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia" in the late 16th century and Jacopo Sannazaro, a prominent Italian poet, humanist and epigrammatist from Naples whose most memorable work includes the humanist classic "Arcadia", published in 1504.
Potrait of Philip Sidney
Philip Sidney (1554 - 1586)
“Either I will find a way, or I will make one.”
Potrait of Jacopo Sannazaro
Jacopo Sannazaro (1458 - 1530)
"Al mondo mal non e senza rimedio." Translation: "There is no evil in the world without a remedy."
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