Gorgeous Airbnbs in Patmos, Greece

Patmos is a fantastic, lesser-known island in Greece, rather off the beaten track, and full of unique landscapes that will make you fall in love with the place. The island, with its somewhat aristocratic vibe, offers some gorgeous villas to rent for your vacation. The following properties are among the prettiest Airbnbs in Patmos, Greece… Check them before you go!

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Best Airbnbs in Patmos island, Greece

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Gorgeous rental homes and Airbnbs in Patmos, Greece

Known as the island of the Apocalypse, Patmos is an island belonging to the Dodecanese. Home to the magnificent Monastery of Saint John the Theologia, the Cave of the Apocalypse, and other stunning religious places, including, churches, monasteries, and hermits, Patmos conquers travelers with a laid-back vibe and classic architecture.

The island hosts magnificent homes and villas, some of them on top of the hills, with awe-inspiring views of the different bays that give shape to Patmos.

You can go for the more vibrant environment of Skala, the important town near the port, or choose an aristocratic mansion in the capital, Chora. Austere facades made of thick whitewashed walls and discrete windows, often hide magnificent villas and mansions where you can spend an unforgettable stay on the island.

If you’re planning to visit a different Greek island this season, and still haven’t found where to stay, then this is the guide toy need. Here, I’ve included the most gorgeous Airbnb in Patmos for an unforgettable holiday in the Dodecanese.

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Traditional Villa in Chora, Patmos

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Why you should stay: To enjoy waking up and having breakfast while soaking in these spectacular views of Patmos island.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 1 Night
  • Pets allowed: Yes

This is a wonderful place to stay in Patmos if you want to enjoy being close to the Chora and having a unique sea view. High enough to avoid the extreme heat of Summer, the villa is built on the top of the cliff, on an amphitheatrical location, overlooking the best areas of Patmos island and right below the windmills and the Monastery of St. John.

It features a large veranda and courtyard with blooming gardens and a magnificent view of the Aegean. The interior of the villa is decorated in the traditional Patmian style, blending wood and rock with pristine whites for a relaxing environment. There are two comfortable bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, and windows with great views.

Villa Bruno, Cycladic Home in Lientou Bay

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Why you should stay: To experience the magical Lientou Bay, the great beaches in the area, and the joy of having a whole traditional villa to enjoy in Patmos.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 3 Nights
  • Pets allowed: No

Villa Bruno is a beautiful home with a garden, overlooking the sea. It’s located in a comfortable area, only 20 meters from the sandy beach of Lientou and only 100 meters from the port. This beach house can offer the ideal combination of vacation and relaxation. It’s suitable for couples, solo adventurers, and families with or without kids.

The villa is about 110 square meters and features a bright environment. There’s a large living room with a kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. There are also outdoor spaces to enjoy, including a large porch with solarium and a large terrace overlooking the sea ad the garden and courtyard. For your comfort, there is also a shower area outside.

Ideal for a family or for a group of friends, it’s built on two levels. On the ground floor, there’s a big living room with two beds, a kitchen, and a bathroom. On the first floor, there’s a double bedroom with a bathroom and a beautiful terrace. In the loft area, there is a bedroom space with 2 more beds.

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Manos House in Chora, Patmos

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Why you should stay: Because it’s a great way to experience life in a traditional home in Patmos’ Chora.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 Nights
  • Pets allowed: No

Manos House is a great place to stay on Patmos island. It’s conveniently located in the capital, Chora, just meters from the main road Skala-Chora-Grikos. There’s also free parking on the street.

Recently renovated, this home entirely made of wood and stone, features the typical style of Patmos, whitewashed walls, exposed rocks, and the warm tones of wood. There’s a beautiful terrace for complete relaxation. There’re two bedrooms, a nice living room, and a kitchen. Just a few minutes from the central square in Chora, the comfortable place enjoys a privileged position and offers great views of the island.

Chris House near the sea

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Why you should stay: Because Chris House is one of the nicest Airbnbs in Patmos.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay:  3 Nights
  • Pets allowed: No

Set in a tranquil bay, not far from the area of Grikos, this home is in a unique location, just a few meters from the lesser-known beaches of Loukakia and Sapsila. A perfect setting to wake up early and enjoy the sunrise from the marvelous garden.

There’s a beautiful garden, a comfortable kitchen, and enough space to accommodate from 2 to 4 guests. Before arrival, you can arrange with the hosts to pick you at the port to reach the villa.

Mini Villa in Skala, Patmos

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Why you should stay: Because the place enjoys a premier location and is a perfect example of comfort and the island’s architectural style.

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 2 Nights
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Known as Mini Villa, this great rental home will perfectly suit your need when looking for a place to stay in Patmos. Right in the heart of Skala, the port of Patmos, there are shops and beautiful cafés and restaurants nearby.

The villa features 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed, 2 bathrooms, a living room with sofabed, and a fully equipped kitchen with a dining room. There’s a great balcony with a sea view on the master bedroom, as well as a front yard with an outdoor dining table and a backyard with comfy garden sofas.

Oleander Country House near Kampos

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Why you should stay: Because it’s a unique accommodation, super comfortable, and ideal for big groups of travelers.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 3 Nights
  • Pets allowed: No

Oleander Country House is one of my favorite places to stay in Patmos. It’s a new home located in the quiet, little village of Kampos. The home evokes a feeling of simplicity and the remarkable spirit of the island. The villa is just 10 minutes from Kampos Beach.

The house features two identical bedrooms, each of them with an en-suite bathroom, a king-size bed, and a sofa that can be turned into a comfortable double bed. The two bedrooms are connected through a beautiful and spacious veranda, ideal to relax or enjoy your meals. The house can be great for two couples as each room has its own bathroom and kitchen space.

Villa Sofia, Skala of Patmos

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Why you should stay: Because it’s the right place with a simple but comfortable style, in the center of Patmos Skala town, close to the port and the best shops on the island, this is a great place to choose

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 Night
  • Pets allowed: No
  • No smoking is allowed on the property

Villa Sofia is a great, comfy apartment in the settlement of Skala. The traditional stone-built house is on the top of a hill, overlooking the beach of Meloi beach. There are three fully-equipped and private apartments, each with a private entrance, balconies, and parking areas. There’s a big veranda with amazing views of the beach.

Apart from the stunning scenery, the area is surrounded by a mesmerizing natural environment of a vast variety of flowers and trees.

The residence is only a 5-minute drive from the port of Patmos.

Sea & Sunset View Villa in Chora

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Why you should stay: Because it’s a wonderful, traditional villa, completely made in stone, with unique views of the sea.

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay:  2 Nights
  • Pets allowed: No

Sea and Sunset View Villa is in the beautiful settlement of Chora, the capital of the island. Close to the main landmarks of Patmos, including the Monastery of Saint John and the Cave of the Apocalypse. This unique 2-story villa has been built with elegance and taste with full respect to the local style, combining wood and stone. The west orientation of the villa offers a spectacular view of the sunset and a panoramic view of the Aegean.

It’s fully accessible by car and only a 5-minute walk from Chora’s main square. The Interior is tastefully decorated with an eclectic mixture of modern and traditional furniture.

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The ground floor has a living room-dining area connected to a fully equipped kitchen with brand new appliances. There’s also a bedroom with a queen sized bed and an en-suite bathroom.

On the upper floor, the master bedroom has a built-in bed, a small desk, spacious closets, and a large en-suite bathroom. From here, guests can admire the breathtaking panoramic views of Petra bay. There’s also a steam room for the utmost relaxation!

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Premium Pool Villa in in Cycladic Style

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Why you should stay: Because this is probably the most beautiful, stylish, and inspiring place to stay on Patmos island.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 Nights
  • Pets allowed: No

This beautiful villa is a unique luxury seafront place to stay with an amazing swimming pool. Recently built, the house offers everything you can ask for to live a fantastic vacation rental. There’s a magnificent panoramic sea view combined with modern design, comfort, and total privacy!

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The villa features 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a shower. The common indoor area features a living-dining room with a comfortable kitchen and enjoys the same spectacular sea view and sunlight as the rest of the house. There are 2 outdoor terraces furnished and designed to comfortably host you while you are lounging by the private swimming pool.

Spitaki, a unique Airbnb in Patmos, Greece

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Why you should stay: To enjoy this small home nestled in the heart of a 40 acres beautiful estate, in a calming setting overlooking Kampos beach.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 4 Nights
  • Pets allowed: Ask the hosts.

The charming Spitaki, which means small house in Greek, is ideal for an authentic and serene Patmos holiday experience. The house is located on a 40 acres property in Kampos, overlooking the sea. The area is tranquil and with fantastic natural beauty. It’s just minutes from the village’s main square, where you can find a taverna, an Internet cafe, a coffee bar, and a mini-market.

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The house consists of one main space, featuring a double bed and two single beds, an open kitchen, and an en-suite bathroom. What makes this house special is its beautiful terrace, where you can enjoy your meals, relax and soak in the breathtaking view.

So… in which of these Airbnbs are you planning to stay when you visit Patmos?

Where would you like to stay on Patmos island?
Let me know in the comments below!

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