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The Orloff house was built in 1796 by a noble Russian sent by Catherine II to assist the Greeks in the fight against the Turkish domination of the Aegean. Its name is related to the first revolution, known as Orloffika, in the late 18th century. The Kladakis family privately owned the house for more than 50 years before turning it into the Hotel Orlof in 1986. Since then, it has undergone a thorough restoration, with full respect to the initial structure. With only nine guestrooms and one suite, there are plenty of common areas including patios, courtyards, a garden and verandas.

Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.

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