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The accommodation is classy- clean, stylish, very comfortable. Spyiros and Fani
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A fine art- laid back, friendly and never obtrusive. The fridge is filled every day with fresh oranges for juicing, you collect yogurt from the nearby bar/restaurant, make a delicious...More
We had a fabulous stay with our 3 children at Elies Hotel. Stavros the owner was most helpful from when we first made the reservation from Australia and also during our stay recommending to us activities to do and drives to take to other towns....More
We booked last minute, not 100% sure what to expect. It was fantastic. The room was nice. We loved the balcony with sea view. Stavros is a great host and so is the rest of the staff who also keep the rooms impeccably clean.
This was our second visit to this hotel and we are so glad we returned. The place is beautiful--right on the sea and is the middle of an olive grove. The prices are very reasonable and the amenities are plentiful. The apartment was complete with...More
Elies accommodation totally exceeded my expectations. The rooms are spread across several stone cottages very sympathetically designed into an attractive olive garden. The furniture, fittings and décor in the bedroom/kitchen area/bathroom are top quality. We weren't able to stay long enough to have time to...More
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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.
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