We spent 2 nights and we were very pleased with our stay. The owner was flexible and very friendly, she made sure the accommodation was perfect for our needs. The suit was very specious and comfortable, the balcony was huge and the view was spectacular! There was an iron(I mention it because it was not provided at other places we've stayed at in Greece)! It is only minutes away from the museum.
We've been to this hotel for one night. Good geographical location, next to the museum (3 min walking), and very sweet owners, always here to help. The rooms are big, but beware from mosquitoes since we're in the countryside Don't miss breakfast, and try the owners fruits from their garden, they're to die for.
We stayed at Evrydiki for one night on our way from Igoumenitsa to Bucharest. This is neither a hotel as we expected to be, considering the price of a double room (no breakfast included), nor a hostel as indicated by the signs outside. In fact it`s a family run guesthouse, located on the outskirts of Vergina village, at 5 minutes walk from the Museum of Aigai. We were offered a large double room with a Queen size bed and a sofa bonus, but no balcony as it was mentioned on our reservation. The iron and the hairdryer were also missing, so the shampoo in the bathroom, where we found the sink cracked. Lucky for us that the old generation 15" TV worked on satellites and the Wi-Fi was great, not to mention the heating still in use as during our stay it was pretty chilly outside at night. The breakfast which was 6 euro/person extra consisted of a boiled egg, a cup of yogurt, yellow cheese, butter, gem, honey, corn flakes, orange juice, bread, a few cakes and coffee. The restaurant was closed, so we had to go for dinner at a taverna nearby. As regarding the staff, the lady who welcomed us and served our breakfast was pretty obliging. …
Very good comfort and the couple that run the hotel was lovely. The breakfest was very excellent and generous, you could skip lunch, but who would do that in Greece. We recommend this hotel. We think to come back when the new museum open next year.
We stayed at Evridiki for 1 night on our way from Pelion to Thessaloniki. It is located in the heart of Greek Macedonia among few historical and archaeological sites, the main one is the Royal Tombs site which is 5 minutes walk from the hotel. The family room was small, but still comfortable, and so were the beds. The showers need an urgent upgrade as they are small, and the old shower curtain does not prevent the floor from being very wet after each shower. This is a family run hotel so expect personal service. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast (at extra cost) was all home made with fresh organic vegetables, fresh squeezed orange juice, local pastries and jams and free range eggs. If you are looking for a clean, comfortable and well located family hotel - Evridiki is a good choice.…
This is actually a guesthouse/hostel, as indicated by the hotel signs. It is on the periphery of the town but still walking distance to restaurants and the tomb of Phillip II. The place has a very large lobby inside and very nice outdoor seating. We were greeted by the elderly mother of the owner, who showed us to our room, as the owner was not around at the time. The room is clean, spacious, with a balcony. Everything works well. Breakfast is very good for a guesthouse. We couldn't even finish eating everything that was placed on our table. The owner couple is very nice, always with smiles on their faces. Although the restaurant is not open, there are quite a few cafes, restaurants nearby. Free wi-fi . Definitely worth the money.
Why is Evridiki called "apartments" remains a mystery. It is a small and very comfortable hotel, located conveniently close to Vergina tourist attractions. Parking is not a problem. The building is either new or recently renovated with good quality materials and appliances. The rooms are large and clean, the beds are comfortable, the breakfast will keep you full until the lunch time. WiFi works great. The owner was very helpful and friendly; she speaks good English, so communication was not a problem. When booking, we were concerned about the stairs - but found those to be sufficiently wide to comfortably take luggage to and from the second floor.
The place is perfect for a good historical visit or even just to try the wonderful breakfast! Everything is prepared by the wnice land lady and is served directly to you in one of the garden's tables. The figs and peach jams were just unbelievable and are made from the same fruits found in her garden. The hotel is clean and in a very quiet location. If you are considering visiting the tomb of Philip definitely stop here
We were very pleased to have been recommended this hotel (not a hostel or apartments at all) very conveniently located in Vergina, and yet away from the main strip. The owners were so friendly, polite and helpful - a real delight to deal with. The room was fine with effective air con (completely necessary when we visited). Only criticism is that the shower curtain was pretty ineffective leading to the floor getting rather wet. A pity they don't install shower screens. The fridge in the bedroom came in very handy. The museum close nearby is one of the best we have visited. Unfortunately the Royal Palace and theatre excavations are not open to visitors for a few more years. However, you can walk up the hill from the hotel and get a view of the whole area. I finished the day with a glass of the owner's tsipouro - one of the best I've tasted and it's available to buy at great value. Breakfast served outside on the lovely terrace was only 6 euros extra each and worth every cent. All home made or very locally sourced and as much as you could eat. This is an excellent stopover hotel for Thessaloniki airport, which is only one hour's drive away.…
We stayed two nights. Hotel Evridiki is located at the outskirts of Vergina, close to a large car park for busses and cars as well. Excavation of Palace of Philipp II you may find up the hill. But excavations are not finished and so the fences are closed. August seems to be out of the season, so the hotel has no restaurant. But the breakfast ist excellent. Evridiki hotel has many rooms, but not all are on a absolut modern standard. Rooms are large enough and aircondition is installed and absolutely nessesary. The owner of the hotel are very friendly and understand several languages. Vergina Museum is obligatory to visit. Because the museum is built above the orignal tombs.