The Orloff mansion was built in 1796 by a noble Russian, Count G. Orloff, who was sent by Catherine II to help the Greeks during the Turkish occupation. It remained in the family for many years until it was fully restored from a private mansion to an elegant boutique hotel in 1986.
Since its restoration the Orloff has welcomed many guests and hosted many events, such as christenings and weddings, birthdays, book launches, painting exhibitions and fashion shoots.
The hotel has 6 rooms and 2 suites available each of which is individually designed to the smallest detail with period furniture and a timeless elegance.
The fragrant garden is somewhere to relax after a day's exploring.