We had a lovely stay in October we stayed in room 2 which is situated right a the front so had amazing sea views and of spinalonga, the room was perfect for our needs with a lovely balcony , we would highly recommend Tasmania village as in a lovely location if you like walking as it’s away from the main town , it was nice walking into the town for the main beach and for dinner ,also you could walk to plaka which was in the other direction ,if you don’t like walking there’s a bus stop right outside Anna and her husband are lovely people and also met Maria and her husband too. Very nice family run business we will definitely be returning to see more of the island can’t wait to return. .
Stayed here for 11 nights in August. The view from the balcony was stunning. Fabulous views over the bay and Spinalonga. The room was clean, comfortable and had all that we needed. Anna and her son made us feel very welcome and gave us tips for nearby beaches, turtle spotting and and the local bus service. As well as making delicious food! We went on the fishing and bbq boat trip from Elounda. W hat an amazing day. It cost 30 euro's for a five hour tour! Truly a fab holiday. Thank you
First time at this wonderful little place. Perfectly quiet if you're looking for some R&R in a beautiful location. Spectacular sunrises, wonderful view of Spinalonga. Room as expected for Greece. Anna and Maria were fabulous and looked after us from the moment we arrived to the moment we left. Wonderful people ❤ we will definitely return. And Beans on Toast with Feta cheese is a winner!
An excellent week here at the end of August. The apartment was very clean and comfortable. Good food whenever we wanted. Anna was fantastic and as were the rest of the staff. Hard working! Our views from the apartment were fantastic! Wouldn't have wanted to stay anywhere else.
What a fantastic holiday. For us there were no downsides at all. The bar area was good and we met some lovely people, most of them regulars who have been going there for 20 odd years so that speaks for itself. We visited at the beginning of September and the weather was beautiful if a bit windy. Good for us though as we didn't need aircon at night and not too sweaty in the day!!! The food and drinks in the bar were great and really good prices too. We didn't eat there every night as we liked the 20 min walk into town but had breakfast most mornings. The apartment itself was ok. The view is to die for and if you can manage the slope we recommend the ones at the top. We stayed in room 35. The balcony was nearly as big as our lounge and was a fab place to watch the sunrise. The people who run the hotel are so lovely and accommodating. We arrived at around midnight and Anna and Yanni were waiting for us to help with luggage and to give our keys to us for the room. They are very hardworking people and can sometimes work 20 hours a day but continue to wear a smile through it all. Anna never seems to stop. I honestly don't know where she gets her energy from. The town of Elounda is nice and has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to keep everyone happy. Many of the restaurant/bar owners recognise the people who have holidayed there before and welcome them like old friends. It's such a friendly place. Taxis into Elounda cost 6 euros and 8 into sleepy little Plaka. The 4 hour Happy Train ride is worth the money, around 18 euros each, if you want to learn more about the region. Spinalonga also worth a visit. We went into Agios Niklaus aka AgNik a couple of times in the day. Great shopping but the food and drink prices were a quite a bit dearer. It was too busy for me as its a harbour for cruise ships so if you're anything like me who prefers to chill try to avoid when the ships come in. Tuesday seemed to he a big day for that. Buses into AgNik were only 2 euros but beware,in our experience they are NEVER on time. All part of the fun though. Restaurants in Elounda to look out for are Ergospasio a 5 min walk along the promenade past the harbour if you want something a little more special; Anemomylos on the main road just before you get into the town centre is also lovely but quite a bit cheaper; and Mylos which is a supermarket cum restaurant. Do not be fooled by its appearance. The food is wonderful as are the family that run it, all of whom get involved either with cooking or waiting on. They make the best Aperol Spritz, albeit using fizzy pink grapefruit rather than soda water. I think it's better than the real thing. A real gem of a place. I would definitely go back to Elounda in a breath. Tasmania village for me is the ideal spot without a shadow of a doubt. Our best Greek holiday ever. Enjoy 😊…