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We stayed here our first two night. We flew in late and special requested to have a bottle of wine in our room when we got there to celebrate our arrival to Greece! They happily accommodated us! The view from the hotel was beautiful! It’s...More
The view was amazing, shame the property looked neglected. The fountains were not working the patio area around the building was looking uncared for. We stayed in number 1 a 3 bedroom. The bathroom needs updating, the furniture in the lounge awful, nothing matched in...More
We stayed in the family 1 bedroom apartment that sleeps 5. It was very spacious and clean. The cleaner does a fabulous job. The bathrooms (there were 2 in our room) were basic and could do with a bit of TLC. If you turned the...More
Ok so the apartments are at the top of quite a steep hill... not ideal for walking in the heat. But it’s worth it for the views, and you can easily get a taxi up if you’re not up for walking it.
We had a...More
The rigorous uphill trek to Sunshine Resort that people mention in their reviews actually was one of the main reasons we decided to stay here in the first place. We didn't want to be in a busy, bustling, or touristy area, and after seeing what...More
I was in a single room. A kettle and 'toastie' maker were all I had - I went out for meals. However there are family rooms with cutlery and plates and the owner has a larger establishment less than a mile away which I am... More
I was in a single room. A kettle and 'toastie' maker were all I had - I went out for meals. However there are family rooms with cutlery and plates and the owner has a larger establishment less than a mile away which I am sure would suit those seeking facilities for meals indoors. It also has a large swimming pool. His daughter, who speaks excellent English, runs that place. He is a retired schoolteacher with little English but couldn't be friendlier. Who else would take you out in his car to see the local area?!