– About Meredith
Villa Meredith is named after Poseidon, God of the Seas, because the villa is perched at the edge of the Agios Lazaros Mykonos private 11-Villa estate and enjoys an uninterrupted view of the islands of Delos and Rhenea over a majestic drop to the sea, offering the picture-perfect Mykonos sunset. Villa Meredith boasts an outdoor BBQ and an outdoor dining area overlooking the sea & another dining & lounging area (sunny & shady all day long) in front of the 118m2 infinity pool that flows off into the Aegean horizon- and you are still less than a two-minute walk to the sea (still within the estate). Villa Meredith has a main entrance that opens into the foyer. The dining and living room areas are on the left, and the kitchen is just off the dining room. The view to the sea is breath taking from both the dining and living rooms. On the right is a Master bedroom with a Super King w/ en-suite bathroom & balcony door that affords an extraordinary view of the neighboring Cycladic islands, inside the room is a loft with a single bed. At the pool level there is another Master bedroom with 1 Super King size bed with an en-suite bathroom and another Master bedroom with a Queen size bed and en-suite bathroom, the balcony door leads to the pool through a short underpass. Two other bedrooms, one with a Queen-size bed & a balcony door with direct access to the pool, the other with 2 single beds, share a bathroom. The brilliant white interiors and exteriors and the subtle tasteful ethnic decorations reflect and contrast the Mykonian-elegance the island is known for, so you can totally immerse yourself in the spirit of the island. The refurbished luxury estate has daily, complimentary maid service-so you don’t lift a finger, 24/7 CCTV monitoring at the periphery of the estate- so unauthorized people are detectable, Netflix- to quench your thirst for relaxed adventure, flat-screen TVs- so everyone can watch, back-up generators- to face the frequent local electric shortages, a desalination plant- so you can ignore the frequent local water shortages, and a 24/7 gate-access control. The pool can be heated for a fee.