All white for the night
Santorini Heights, at the highest point of the namesake Greek honeymoon haven, is formed from four whitewashed suites and a huge helping of (largely human-free) caldera views. The laidback owners like to keep things simple, offering room service rather than a restaurant, organising cooking classes to champion the local produce, and growing organic herbs and vegetables on site for use in everything from the cocktails delivered straight to your terrace to the cakes laid out in the communal kitchen. You’ll need a car to explore the rest of the island, but Pyrgos – and all its excellent tavernas, bars and boutiques – is the next village along.
Get this when you book through us:
A welcome bag of edible goodies (a bottle of Santorian white wine; olives and olive oil; vinegar; sundried tomatoes; cheese; eggs; ham; and fruit and vegetables from the hotel's garden)