This was 4 nights b&b as part of a longer tour - and although they did provide some of us with a meal the night we arrived, it was a plate of lukewarm fish and a few vegetables for which we paid 12 euros. The hotel itself was very attractive, lovely veranda, comfy bed, lots of flowering plants (bougainvillae, geranium etc) but there were a couple of small difficulties - I'd been out along the lovely little taverna-fringed shoreline (though not much in the way of shops) and when I returned, my bathroom was awash - the sink hadn't been properly plumbed in. They did send a chap along and it was fixed, but it was a small sign that perhaps they weren't quite ready for us. Also, on the 2nd night there, I'd decided to stay in the hotel because the pool bar staff had told me that I could have an omelette-type meal after 7.30 p.m. but when I went there, she just said "chef's gone home"! Luckily I had some fruit and cheese I'd bought (I'm coeliac, and was reluctant to feel like a freak in restaurants outside by quizzing them about their recipes!) The hotel breakfasts were ok, but nothing special. The resort itself is lovely - and because we were there in the first week of the season, and were (I think) the only group there, every time I walked along the seafront, I met other members of our group, it felt like being in one's home village! A few of my fellow-guests and myself found out the bus times and got two buses up to Naoussa, an utterly delightful fishing village. I like to go on public transport in other countries, along with all the locals, a very enjoyable little outing.
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