I had the best time in Schinos. I stayed 5 weeks went swimming in the Gulf of Corinth, walking in the forests and mountains, sight seeing and took loads of photos.
Apart from this house Sissy also has an apartment in Athens that I was able to use free of charge to make the last couple of days easier with dropping the hire car off for the airport which was really good of her. Her son is also at hand to help with any questions about WiFi or transport issues which was great as I don't read the Greek alphabet that well.
In the village there are a couple of tavernas (I recommend the sea food), a couple of sports bars (Twins Cafe where able to bring up the Wales world cup qualifiers for me), a well stocked minimarket, full service petrol station, a new Hellenism center (you need to prebook), as well as lots of people who sell fresh produce from their gardens.
That was probably the best thing, all the fresh garden produce that was available and I cooked something fresh almost every day of my stay there. I'm told that over the summer peek season there are night clubs and karaoke bars but, thankfully, they where closed at the time I was staying.
The house its self has a large double bed room with French doors that lead to the patio where I would drink coffee every morning or at night for a couple of weeks as the summer gave way to cooler weather there where lightning storms in the distance that lit up whole of the Gulf like it was day. Amazing. The kitchen has a large fridge/freezer that comes stocked with ice cubes, a good easy clean cooker with grill, oven and 4 plate hob, solid marble sink, plenty of pots and pans and utensils, cupboard and shelves. The bathroom is a wetroom shower with w.c., sink and mirror and is well lit. There are also two twin beds that can be made up for children or extra guests.
Outside the garden has a lockable shed for your bike etc and that's where the washing machine is with powder and fabric softener. There are a couple of benches and tables to sit on with a choice of scenery either mountains and forest or sea and the Gulf offering shade during the day and is well lit in the evening. Olives, lemons, oranges and limes can be picked at your leisure depending on the season.
WiFi is superfast from Friday to Monday although a little unreliable mid week so you will be presented with a prepaid dongle for this reason (superfast 4G) so you will never loose connection.
The village is centrally located for most parts of Greece. The administrative capitol is Corinth (Peloponnese) although you are technically in West Attica (Athens region) and I was able to visit Sparta, Tripoli, Corinth, Delphi, Antirrio, Athens and many other places of interest with ease on the motorways.