Staying at the Stephanou Inn was a very relaxing, wonderful experience. The rooms were large, tastefuly decorated with all the amenities of a 5* hotel. Breakfast was served with the freshest of products - an organic paradise! Angelique's hospitatily really makes the whole stay unforgettable! Highly recomended and we'll definelty go back!
Our third stay at the lovely Stephanou Inn. A delicious and varied breakfast can be requested. Fresh local and garden grown ingredients make it really special. The apartments and pool are immaculate clean. Rooms have air con. Beds are super comfy. Apartments are spacious. It is so relaxing and peaceful. The village is a stones throw away and the beach a 15 minute walk. So pretty. Our host Angelique is great and ensures your stay is perfect. We will return next year for sure.
Just returned from another 2 week stay at this accommodation. Fabulous - can't fault the setting, rooms or hospitality. We had bed and breakfast and it was such a treat. Fresh produce each morning with coffee, juice, bread and pastries and fruit and a surprise each morning of eggs, yoghurt or toasted sandwiches. The rooms have everything you need and are looked after to a very high standard-if you need anything else just ask Angelique. The pool is an added bonus-we loved the siesta time in the afternoon when everything is quiet. The pictures on the web site are true to life. It really is an oasis of delight. See you next year !!
Breakfast by the pool, afternoons at the beach, dinner in the village, nightcaps by the pool. Repeat. • Have you ever wondered what it might be like to visit Saint-Tropez before Brigitte Bardot and Roger Vadim decided to invite the whole world? If so, imagine it's 1960 -- but with WiFi. And imagine that there is a sleepy, unspoiled little fishing village down on the Mani Peninsula that has yet to be discovered and overrun. Blessed with both sunshine and scenery, the town itself is bothered only by gentle slurping waves, and the dry massaging heat of the sun. Someday soon, this sleepy enclave will undoubtedly be awakened with a bang -- but until then, its charms remain untouched. • The drive from Athens is roughly 3 or 4 hours, most of which is on the highway. However, the final hour involves winding through a series of small painterly hills that add to the illusion of a hidden world -- so I recommend sitting on the passenger-side of the car. • LODGING: Magical, pampered, and modern. Nine months later, I still have fond memories of my home-cooked bespoke breakfast à la Angelique. It was almost enough to turn me into a Morning Person. • VILLAGE: A few meters walk down to the beautiful harbor at Agios Nikolaos, where everyone sits at tables late into the evening -- drinking, eating and talking. With each other. To each other. • NEARBY: Dozens of hidden beaches, cafés, and caves within a short drive. Bring good sandals and serious sunblock. Angelique can show you how to get there.…
Agios Nikolaos is a small fisherman village in South Peloponnese having a picturesque port with restaurants serving extraordinary local cuisine. This facility has indipendent houses and a great pool area with barbecue that you can use. A gem!