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This was a particularly difficult hotel to book as it is very popular and always full. This is because of the fact that it lies directly on the beach in the beautiful village of Kardamili, it has spacious family rooms/apartments and a very good restaurant...More
The rooms are clean and well appointed towels and linen changed on a regular basis. Your room keys unlock loungers and a parasol on the pebble beach (do take water shoes they are essential) the beach then becomes lovely for swimming and snorkelling.
Suitable for families with a very well equipped kitchen.
Construction of hight quality, in excellent condition and equipped with products above the average (tables, chairs etc.)
Excellent bed, layer and pillows. They provide you with fresh products to prepare your own breakfast at 'home'.
We visited the hotel on July 2017. The location is ideal for families like us because the beach is in front of the hotel and it also has its own restaurant which has a great variety. The houses are fully equipped, very organized and clean....More
The quietest place in the evening that we have ever stayed. Stone houses amongst the olive trees, no noise even from the children staying there. Modern accommodation, lovely outside area, near the sea. Very good choice for Kardamyli, about 20 minute walk to the village...More
Response from mariosdarios | Reviewed this property |
Hi, its not close. You have two options. Both are mountainous. (a) you travel via Sparta and you climb up Taygetos mountain (scenic route) you reach Kalamata and then after 40minutes circa you reach Kardamyli. (b) you take... More
Hi, its not close. You have two options. Both are mountainous. (a) you travel via Sparta and you climb up Taygetos mountain (scenic route) you reach Kalamata and then after 40minutes circa you reach Kardamyli. (b) you take the southern route via Gytheion - Areopolis where you turn north towards Kardamili.
Start early, its a long drive, both are scenic.