Sprawling over two floors, the 80 sq m House of Wind is named after the Tower of the Winds depicted in 18th-century engravings from the travel book The Antiquities of Athens, which hang on the walls. Airy and light blue, the suite has high vaulted ceilings, a silver Venetian oil lamp, a Corfiot commode and even a piano. Downstairs, there’s a large sitting area and a bedroom with king-size or twin beds and a marble ensuite shower room. From this bedroom, a small hallway leads to another bathroom and stairs to the second bedroom upstairs. The whitewashed patio outside has chairs for sundowners and striking sea views. There’s also a flatscreen TV, DVD and CD player, free WiFi, bathrobes, slippers, air-conditioning, minibar and Korres toiletries. Up to three extra beds can be added to this room, sleeping children or adults. Extra beds are free for children up to four; additional costs apply for older children and adults.