The whole tone of our stay was set by my phone conversation to book. My Greek is approximately equal to her English, so there was no question of deposits or anything else. I booked using my first name alone and said we would arrive about 6, as we did, to be greeted enthusiastically and shown to a spotless and large room. Directions to the museum duly given, we disappeared to see the tombs and have supper (no dinner at the hotel). The next morning, after a great night's sleep in a beautifully quiet room, we were plied with more breakfast than even we could manage. Anastasia even went out to get me some fresh milk to add to my tea, instead of the dreaded condensed milk in tiny pots.
I am not surprised that the visitors' book was full of praise in many languages. This was one of the most hospitable places I have ever stayed, and I don't know why it's not packed out, at 60 euros a night including breakfast.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking