Lorena is a traditional home, situated on the southern fringes of Areopoli in the picturesque Peloponnese region. Nestled within natural landscapes, this distinguished property comprises four restored stone-built residences, and three independently crafted guest rooms.

Set against an unspoiled backdrop, Lorena is a testament to the preservation of its late 18th-century heritage, with each structure having been restored using locally sourced stone. The result is a home that invites its owners to immerse in the rich history and beauty of this unique estate.

The cosy living spaces blend comfort with aesthetics, boasting tastefully designed dining areas and kitchen. The architectural finesse is evident in every detail, from the wooden frames that grace the interiors to the German-style cement mortars used for the floors and bathrooms. Sturdy wooden roofs, and Byzantine-style tiles contribute a distinctive and artful element.

Lorena features twelve bedrooms rooms, each with en-suite bathrooms and sea views. These well designed spaces showcase commitment to bioclimatic excellence. Individually curated by the celebrated artist Sparti Linardaki, natural textures, thoughtfully chosen materials, and distinctive local elements come together to create an atmosphere where beauty is not just seen but felt.

Manicured flower beds, interspersed with blossoming flora, contribute to the garden’s beauty. Stone-paved walkways meander through this green sanctuary, set against the backdrop of the southern Peloponnese.

The landscaped gardens are graced by the presence of ancient olive and pomegranate trees, along with a rich tapestry of indigenous plants and aromatic herbs sourced from the fertile lands of the Mani region. This botanical ensemble elevates the ambiance of the inner courtyard.

Lorena offers practical amenities with two warehouses for versatile storage options and private parking spaces.