My son and daughter-in-law with some friends spent 2 nights here last winter. The Guest house was basic and very average. Neither their friends nor they got that excited about their stay.
The reason I write this is to let travelers know that the location is fine for winter holidays because the little village is only 2 kms from the ski centre and there are also a few taverns in the village but unfortunately there is nothing more to see or do here.
During the summer months it can be considered a budget guesthouse, but in reality if you book here you should have a car. Nothing to see or do out here unless you use it as your base but still this is not the best idea! There are still locals selling their products –herbs, desserts, honey, just like in winter, but that’s all. Most of the big hotels remain close and they have them open again in winter.
The small village of Chania is highly recommended as a Stop mainly, especially during the summer months. Tourists and travelers usually stop for a drink or for lunch or simply to unwind but most of them move on.
The taverns or Coffee shops happen to be on both the sides of the main road so it is easy to park the car at the side of the road stop for a while and then move on.
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- Also Known As:
- To Hani Tou Kokkini Chania, Crete