Skip to content

heArt house

4.98(56 reviews)SuperhostLamia, Greece
Private room in house hosted by Tzeni
3 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 private bath
Enhanced Clean
This host committed to Airbnb's 5-step enhanced cleaning process.
Self check-in
You can check in with the doorman.
Tzeni is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
-1 Private Bedroom in the center of Lamia.
-Guests can use all the town house areas.

The space
The “heArt house” is a unique town house in the heart of Lamia. Every guest can feel the house history only by taking a look. The philosophy is to accommodate both business travelers, pleasure vacationers and families.

The town house is located downtown, near to Freedom’s Square. The area is served by every means of mass transportation, numerous parking spaces and surrounded by apartment buildings, offices, shops, coffee shops, bakeries etc.

The town house can easily accommodate up to five [5] guests. It is a fully equipped self-service house with 2 private bedrooms for the 4 guests and a communal lounge area for the 5th guest, where can sleep on a couch. In this option, guests can book the bedroom with the two single beds and the couch for the 3rd guest.

The private bedroom features 2 single beds, one wardrobe and is fully equipped with all the necessary linens and towels. There is a bathroom right next to the bedroom, which can be used from this room’s guests, and is also equipped with toiletries. The guests can enjoy the downtown view from the balcony.

The core of the apartment is the cozy living and dining room, which is designed as an open space, where guests can relax by listening to music, reading a book or watching TV. Guests will love the vintage furniture and the mix'n'match decoration!

The kitchen features a big roundel table, where the guests can dine or prepare their meals. It is fully-equipped and organized for cooking and dining entertainment with all the necessary cooking appliances, kitchenware, dinnerware, silverware etc.

The most peaceful area of the "heArt house" is the rooftop, where guests can enjoy the citadel, even the sea view at a distance. On the rooftop there is a doghouse for our small friends, where the pet lovers can accommodate their pets.

The town house is fully organized and equipped to make your stay as cozy and comfortable as possible, offering heating and air-conditioning system, laundry facilities, such as a washing machine, an iron and an iron board, WIFI coverage, cooking and dining accessories, toiletries pleasures, cleaning detergents etc.

Guests can also smoke freely at the outside balconies of the town house.

All guests can communicate either through email or telephone at the contact information.

Places for sleeping

Bedroom 1
2 single beds
Common spaces
1 couch

What this place offers

Free street parking
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Luggage drop-off allowed
Hair dryer

Select check-in date

Add your travel dates for exact pricing
Add date
Add date

4.98 out of 5 stars from 56 reviews


Where you’ll be

Lamia, Greece

- Municipal 'Alekos Kontopoulos' Gallery
The Municipal 'Alekos Kontopoulos' Gallery, was founded in 1984 and is hosted in the building located in 6-8 Ainianon Street, where the Historical Records of the city are also hosted as well as the Trakeios Library and the Municipal Board Hall. It is part of the Municipality of Lamia and took its name in honour of the painter Alekos Kontopoulos who is from Lamia. The Municipal Art Gallery collection includes 144 works of art and design made by Alekos Kontopoulos as well as a series of unique ceramic plates painted with acrylic materials.

- Building in the street of Sklivanioti
It is located in Eleftherias Square in the corner of Sklivaniotou Street. It has been listed as preserved in 2003 from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. It has been characterized as a monument since it was the residence of the Hantzichristos family. Some of its members were directly related to the 1821 Revolution.

- Building in the streets of Makropoulou and Ainianon
The building located in the streets Makropoulou and Ainianon is owned by Athanasia Mihou. It has been listed as preserved by the Ministry for Environment, Town and Country Planning and Public Works in 1987. It was built as a residence while in our days operates as a Private Learning Institution.

- Folklife Museum of Fthiotida
The Folklore Museum of Fthiotida is part of the Museum Bureau of the corresponding intendancy of the Municipality of Lamia and was founded in 1984. It displays folklore exhibits of great value that help the visitor reconstruct the picture of the goods and of the daily routine in the pre-industrial society.

- Statue of Aris Velouchiotis
In the centre of Laou Square the statue of Aris Velouchiotis has been erected. He has been Captain in Chief of the General Commander of ELAS since 1943. After the Germans departed from Lamia on October, 1944, he addressed the residents of Lamia the speech of liberation from the balcony of a house, from which a banner with the slogan 'Republic' was hanging.

-Athanasios Diakos Cenotaph
In 1886 after Major Rouvali's suggestion and later on with actions carried on in 1889 by the Mayor of Lamia named Sklivanitionis, the cenotaph dedicated to the tragic sacrifice of Athanasios Diakos has been built. He was one of the most exciting figures of the national rebellion of the Greeks.

- Statue of Athanasios Diakos
On April, 23 1821 the blood of the hero of the Revolution, Athanasios Diakos was shed in Lamia while he was captured by the Turks after the battle in Alamana. He was executed with a violent and appalling death. The statue of Athanasios Diakos is of great historical importance and it has been placed in Diakou Square in 1903.

- Municipal Conservatory
It has been listed as preserved from the Ministry for Environment, Town and Country Planning and Public Works, It is located on Achilleos and Diovounioti street. It is a two-storey, stone building which was built in 1860 so as to be used as a residence. It used to be the residence of Alekos Hantzichristos, descendant of a family of Greek rebels. The residence was afterwards bought by the family of the Mayor and Congressman Georgios Platis. In our days it houses the Municipal Conservatory which was established in 1938.

- 6th Junior High School (Gymnasium)
The 6th Junior High School (Gymnasium) is housed from 1979 in an imposing and magnificent building made of stone, which most likely is the most ancient in Central Greece. From an architectural aspect it has extraordinary features like the triangular pediment, the arches in the windows, the shingle roof and the imposing steel door on Ipsilantou Street. The construction of the building started in 1911 and finished in 1914 when it was used as a Girl's Primary School under the name 'School for Girls'.

- Municipal Regional Theatre of Roumeli
The activity of the Municipal Theatre of Roumeli is developed in three stages, the Central Stage, the Experimental Stage and the Children's Stage. From 1998 the Municipal Regional Theatre has been organizing the Festival for Soloists and Protagonists hosting one-person shows.

- The building of Prefecture of Sterea Ellada
The building of the Prefecture of Sterea Ellada is located in Eleftherias Square, on 1 Ipsilanti street. It is owned by the Greek state. It was listed as a preserved monument in 1991 from the Ministry of Culture. During the German occupation the building was used as headquarters by the conquerors while before it was building of the National Bank of Greece. After 1944, the year when the city was liberated from the Germans, it housed ELAS and in 1946 housed the offices of the Military Administration of Lamia. In 1950 the Bank sold the building to the Greek government and today houses the Prefecture of Sterea Ellada.

- Metropolitan Church of the Annunciation
It is a three-aisled basilica with neoclassical elements, with a narthex and a bell tower built in 1861 by Metropolitan of Phthiotis Kallinikos Kastorhis (1852-1877) and inaugurated in 1915 by the Metropolitan of Fthiotidos Iakovos Papaioannou (1914-1932). In its collection and archives there are many icons of the 19th century and interesting books that refer to the life of the city of Lamia and its social events. In 1985, after the destruction suffered by the earthquakes of 1981, it was renovated and today it is the jewel of the city of Lamia.

- Church of Panagia Archodiki
Just below the Castle of Lamia the Church of Panagia Archodiki was built. It is the second (after the Castle) archaeologically significant monument. It took its name by the prominent residents and lords of Lamia that were attending services there in the past. It was built just over the older church that was destroyed by a fire. It was built in 1760 and was crafted in 1762.

- The tomb of the unidentified soldier
Throughout time many soldiers sacrificed their lives in the battle field without being identified or their bodies to be found. The need to represent all these unidentified victims and pay official tribute to those fighting for their country has led nation in the creation of such a symbolic memorial, the tomb of the unidentified soldier.

Hosted by Tzeni

Joined in March 2018
  • 64 Reviews
  • Superhost
Μ'αρέσει να δίνω "δεύτερη ζωή" σε υλικά και προϊόντα. Το "ξάφνιασμα" της ματιάς είναι στόχος για μένα. Το σπίτι που κατοικώ, τυπικό κτίσμα του 1966, ανακαινίστηκε με φαντασία την περίοδο 1989-92 και έγινε το "ιδανικό σπίτι". Κεντρικό, φωτεινό, άνετο και συνάμα ζεστό, φιλόξενο και απολύτως λειτουργικό. Επιπλωμένο και διακοσμημένο με το προσωπικό μου γούστο, συνδυάζει διάφορα στυλ, πολλά χρώματα και διαφορετικές εποχές. Η αίσθηση του παζλ με τα "χαμένα" κομμάτια που τα συναντάς αναπάντεχα, διευρύνει την αίσθηση του όλου που μ'αρέσει να υπάρχει στα σπίτια και στα ρούχα... Μια μικρή έκπληξη-ανακάλυψη κάθε φορά! Στο ισόγειο του κτηρίου διατηρώ τη δική μου μαγική χώρα, το κατάστημά μου! Κατασκευάζω αντικείμενα-στολίδια και κοσμήματα κυρίως από ύφασμα, ραμμένα στο χέρι. Εκεί, εκτός από τη δουλειά μου, φιλοξενούνται κεραμικά ελληνικών εργαστηρίων, χειροποίητες ελληνικές σβούρες, μοναδικά κοσμήματα Ελλήνων σχεδιαστών και κατασκευαστών και ποικιλία πρωτότυπων παιχνιδιών-κατασκευών για παιδιά. Η "ευκολία" της διαδικτυακής γνωριμίας των ανθρώπων που αποτελεί για τη γενιά του '60 μεγάλη ανατροπή, ελπίζω και εύχομαι να γίνει και ουσιαστική επαφή και επικοινωνία που θα μας φέρει κοντά με ησυχία, αποδοχή και αλληλοκατανόηση. Καλώς να ορίσετε! Φιλικά, Τζένη (Website hidden by Airbnb) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ J’aime donner une seconde chance à des matières et des produits. Que les autres soient surpris, c’est mon but. La maison où j’habite, architecture typique des années 60, a étérenovée pendant la période 1989-92 pour devenir désormais une maison idéale; située au centre-ville, lumineuse et d’une ambiance chaleureuse est en même temps confortable et fonctionnelle. Sa décoration reflète mon propre goût, un mélange des styles et des couleurs, du passé et du présent. On dirait un puzzle dont les pièces traînent partout avant de se remettre en ordre pour en donner l’image complète. A chaque coin, une découverte, une petite surprise. Au rez-de chaussée, se trouve ma boutique, mon “pays des merveilles”. Je fabrique des objets décoratifs et des bijoux, faits surtout de tissu et cousus à la main. En plus de mes propres créations, des céramiques, des bijoux uniques, des toupies et des jouets originaux pour enfants,venus de toute la Grèce, y trouvent leur place. Toujours souriante, généreuse, ouverte sur les autres, je serais ravie de vous y acceuillir. Soyez la bienvenue! Cordialement, Tzeni ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I love to reuse products and materials and give them a new existence. What catches the eye is my goal. My home is a typical 1966 building, which was renovated with lots of imagination during 1989-92 and became ‘the ideal home’. Centrally located, bright, comfortable, a cosy, welcoming and very functional home. The furniture and decoration depict my very own personal taste. It is a melt down of different styles; quite colorful and a mix of different eras. A sensation of lost jigsaw puzzle pieces that you encounter unexpectedly accentuates the sense of wholeness that I enjoy in homes and clothes…A small discovery that never ceases to pleasantly surprise you. The ground floor is where I keep my own store, my "magical land". I craft decorative objects and jewelry mainly out of cloth, sewed by hand. Apart from my own creations one can find on display greek ceramics, handmade spinners, unique jewels by Greek designers and craftsmen and a variety of unusual, authentic constructive toys for children,. The connection of people online made so accessible by the new technology constitutes a real turnover for the '60s generation, I hope and wish it brings about essential contact and communication that will bring us together peacefully with acceptance and understanding for each other. Welcome home! Warm regards, Tzeni
Μ'αρέσει να δίνω "δεύτερη ζωή" σε υλικά και προϊόντα. Το "ξάφνιασμα" της ματιάς είναι στόχος για μένα. Το σπίτι που κατοικώ, τυπικό κτίσμα του 1966, ανακαινίστηκε με φαντασία την π…
Tzeni is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Policy number: 00000356727
  • Languages: English, Français, Ελληνικά
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

Things to know

House rules
Self check-in with building staff
No smoking
No pets
Health & safety
Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Show more
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Cancellation policy