A lovely property but not for people with walking problems. Wheelchairs a definate no no.It is situated in a quiet position and as others have said a lovely friendly family runs it. We were there early October and resturants along sea front were still open.Steps were very steep to every cafe but the food was good wherever we ate.Bus service was practically non existant but it was late in the year. We were in room five downstairs. This would be ideal in the summer months as it has a front entrance and a back door with patio. Sun in the morning but cool in the evening.Fruit trees growing all around and Georges mum kept us going with lemons for our drinks.The resort itself is a bit run down but kept very clean. I must make a mention about the people and especially the children.So well mannered and friendly. Car hire is a must if you want to explore but we were just there to relax . George is hoping to put in a new entrance at the side next year which would give better access for wheelchairs.P.S Air con is not free and the T.V did'nt work but who watches t.v on holiday?
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