We came here a few times for lunch and found their gyros sandwiches great. Nice meat, fresh tasty salad and perfect fries and sauce. Very reasonably priced too. Sitting outside we watched the village going about its business and chatted with the friendly owner.
We got there too late to change our minds or to drive somewhere else....kept expecting to see George Clooney turn up to fight off vampires, so dark and grim was the room and the decor.. Tip: don't say there is air con if it is broken or at least put a fan in when it is 32 degrees at night. Change the sheets as guest change, not on a seasonal basis and do something about the damp in the cave room. It smelt more than my teenage son's trainers. Delightful view, but nothing like the pictures in the adverts. It has an indoor pool, though - but this is a puddle not mopped up in shower room....
Agnes is very nice and authentic. She runs the pension, the restaurant and the market all near the bus stop in Pelekas. Great bargain for the town! Unfortunately, there was a problem with the water in town, but she gave us 6 liters of bottled water to use for the room for free from the market. And she let us go up on the roof for sunset to enjoy our wine from her market!
We stayed only one night...luckily!the room was longing for renovation, which would have been okay, but there's no excuse for it being dirty and just filthy.at 35€ per night you would think 'well what do you expect?'but we went to paleokastritsa the next day and got a splendid room with sea view plus kitchenette for the same price! All in all:don't stay at Agnes' if you can avoid it.
This place is not to recommend. The cleaning is non existing - the food at the restaurant is not good - the staff at the breakfast doesn't speak english - and the owner is arrogant. I will never stay at Agnes Rooms again. Pelekas is cosy, idyllic but a bit boring.