I traveled to Skala Sikamineas to volunteer, and I stayed at the Pension Niki for the first couple weeks of my trip. Niki and her family are wonderfully generous people, who made me feel at home in a place I'd never been to before. The rooms are air conditioned and cleaned often, and the courtyard is a gorgeous place to relax. It's one of the more expensive hotels in Skala Sikamineas, but the amenities are well worth it.
The host, Niki, is delightful - but she doesn't speak English, so if you don't speak Greek you have to speak to her son, who then explains to Niki. The rooms are reasonably comfortable, though the beds, and pillows, are marginal. Overall, the location is excellent but the property is a bit expensive for what is on offer.
the most romantic hotel ever.. we loved sitting on the roof top locking above the sea toward the coast of turky, watching fisherboats an dolphins. Around the very nice little village were just olive trees.
A Good place. Nikki was available and kind and giving. It was tidy, we enjoyed out outdoor space, as our room was quite small. It was clean and close to where we were volunteering to help with the refugee crisis.
Cute, modest studio with kitchenette, dining table and bathroom downstairs and bedroom upstairs. Had a cute little patio out front. Very comfortable and convenient. Someone from family that runs the place were always there, and had an enjoyable stay.