HESTIA

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HESTIA

Bed2 Double Beds
Max People4
Window Mosquito NetYes
WiFiYes
TVYes
A/C Yes
FridgeYes
Electric Hot PlateYes
WC with ShowerYes
BalconyYes
ViewMountain
ParkingYes
Floor2nd

In Ancient Greek religion, Hestia is a virgin goddess of the hearth, architecture, and the right ordering of domesticity, the family, the home, and the state. In Greek mythology, she is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea.

Hestia received the first offering at every sacrifice in the household. In the public domain, the hearth of the prytaneum functioned as her official sanctuary. With the establishment of a new colony, flame from Hestia’s public hearth in the mother city would be carried to the new settlement. Her Roman equivalent is Vesta.