It’s Cold Outside – But our inbox gives us warm thoughts about Greece

March 2, 2007 on 5:57 pm | In travel, travel industry, vacation travel | Comments Off

As you might suspect, our mailboxes for often contain interesting materials. Every once in while something catches our attention and today was one of those days.

Sitting in our inbox was an unsolicited email from a company called Mediterranean Traditional Mansions Ltd. Their website is at  and is worth a look. MedTM bills itself as a voluntary association for the marketing and promotion of castles, manors, abbeys, mills and lodges that have a historic identity AND offer Mediterranean hospitality.

Currently, MedTM indicates that it offers accommodations in Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Spain, and Turkey. Although they mention more countries on their website, they apparently do not yet have agreements covering properties in all countries. Also, in some countries, such as France, they only have one listing (although it is a delightful hotel in Colmar that we have visited in the past). Next, most of the listings are for hotels, which, it appears, were once private mansions.

However, the reason that we are point out MedTM is for the accommodations that it offers in Greece. Hotels or not, these are the types of accommodations that make you think vacation. Since this has been a week filled with difficult winter weather in most of the U.S., why not spend a few moments looking at MedTM’s great collection of hotels in sunny Greece? After all, it is time to be planning your next international vacation.

According to the logo shown on their website MedTM is a member of the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA), the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) and several other associations.

We do not have an association with MedTM and this review should not be taken as a recommendation to use their services. If you plan on contacting them, use the same due diligence that you would when making another purchase of the same amount.      

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