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We only had the pleasure of staying here for 3 days and 3 nights but in that time, Yannis & Anna, their 2 daughters Maria & Rula, their son Stelios and grandson George all made us so welcome and that nothing was too much trouble!...More
Charming, well taken care of hotel with perfect service and always helpful staff around to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Nice personal rooms, extremely clean, good breakfast. Good location a short walk from centre of Chora and the bus station.
We stayed for four nights and were sorry to leave. The hotel is a gem, the rooms are arranged around a beautiful pool. A lot of attention to detail went into the design, the architect is to be congratulated. Same was true for our room,...More
Stayed for two nights at the end of the season. The hotel itself is absolutely beautiful from the pool lit entrance to the individual styled rooms.
We were welcomed by Demitris who spent time explaining places to visit etc In the morning he greeted us...More
The place is comfortable, clean and really charming. We couldn’t find a better place to stay. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The location is also good, it is less than 2 min walking from the main squares of Folegandros. Could stay much more...More
Response from Marinos P | Reviewed this property |
You don't really need a car on Folegandros, since it isn't an island that you can drive all around. The bus is very convenient.
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Taniai - we flew into Athens and then took a ferry to Santorini. After enjoying a few days there, we took a ferry from Santorini to Folegandros. There are direct ferries from Folegandros to Athens, but we tried to buy them... More
Taniai - we flew into Athens and then took a ferry to Santorini. After enjoying a few days there, we took a ferry from Santorini to Folegandros. There are direct ferries from Folegandros to Athens, but we tried to buy them within 24 hours and all the seats were sold out, so on the way back to Athens we had to stop over in Santorini again for a few hours. There's information online about buying ferry tickets, but we just bought them in town at a travel agent as we needed them - there were no additional fees.