This gem of a hotel overlooks the stunning Gulf of Corinth. There is a road between it and the sea which is likely to be busier than when we were there. In October we had an undisturbed view with hardly any cars passing. The small one-bed flat was clean, comfortable and had a lovely traditional feel to it. The water view from the small kitchen table was stunning and even tempted us to have an early morning swim. Cool for the locals, 22 degrees was fine for us, and the water still held some summer warmth. Restaurants are scattered all along this coastal road, an easy walk to find meals even in the slow autumn season. I'm sure it's a buzzy place in the summer, with a lot going for it, but also more traffic along that road. However, our bedroom was at the back of the flat so that would likely help. We loved it!…
Meliti is located right on the beach. The space is lovely. The rooms are nice but they are small especially the bathroom. It was hard to close the door once in the bathroom. The owner was very nice and helpful. It's an inviting place.Parking is on the street. There is wifi. And the view from our room was spectacular.
Meliti is a lovely quaint guesthouse right on the beach in Akrata. Everything about this place is warm and inviting. The inside is spotlessly clean and decorated adorably. The outside patio garden area is a lovely space to read in the morning. The owner is friendly and ever so kind. It was simply a joy to stay here. I only wish I'd had a few more days!
Meliti is located right on the beach in Akrata and is a lovely place, feeling like a renovated old home rather than accommodation. We were warmly welcomed and looked after. The room we were in was a tad small but still nice. I would stay there again.
The staff are lovely and friendly. The room is very small, accomodate for single travellers. The bathroom is also very small and at time can get frustrating when having a shower and needing to wash your hair. Overall location is central and hotel is clean if you don’t mind small spaces then I highly recommend.
This is the second year we are staying at the Meliti Guesthouse. The property is located conveniently by the beach. The gardens are spotless as are the rooms and we enjoyed spending the evening in the garden as did especially our two small children. Because the owner, Sia, is a dog lover, our little dog was also welcome.Stuated only one and a half hours from Athens, for us it is an ideal weekend getaway spot as well.
Unusual for us to visit the same place in Greece, but when near AKrata, have stayed here several times. we have enjoyed rooms on the ground, first and second floors, and each were charmingly decorated and clean. All with sea views too. Tiny, cute balconies to some rooms, and the en-suite is very small but manageable. Feel so at home here, with wifi, tv and settee. Cooking facilities and fridge are a bonus if you don't want to eat out every day. We haven't eaten here, but breakfast can be provided. Right on the promenade, so can watch the world go by, and dip in the sea in no time. Beach chairs and umbrellas, free to borrow for the beach, and a sweet little garden at the side/back.
Meliti is an incredibly charming guesthouse. It has a strong character, is very well kept and spotless. Breakfast (pre-order in low season) with many home-made or local items. It makes you feel at home, you almost forget you have to pay a bill at the end...but then again prices are so friendly! Akrata beach area is wonderful for a relaxing short holiday, any time of year. Personally, I would avoid mid July-August unless you enjoy the crowd! Strolling, hiking, swimming or mountain climbing, even skiing at Kalavrita. Plenty of small towns and villages around, as well as good local restaurants, all year. Summer is of course full of choices in many activities.
By mere chance we stayed for a weekend at this beautiful guesthouse, or "hotel suites" as it is labeled. It is a renovated traditional seaside house, with inner courtyard, right on the beach of Akrata. Most of the rooms have a stunning view of the sea and are charmingly decorated. Everything in the room is chosen carefully in terms of decoration but the owners have also given attention to practical matters (two TV sets, one at the sitting area and one over the bed, an iron, haidryer, mosquito nets everywhere and other nice amenities). The cleanliness was noticeable. The only negative comment is that the bathroom was very small but the space arrangement didn't help. Probably the other rooms have more spacy bathrooms. The courtyard was so green and cool for breakfast and the service and attitude of the owner simply excellent. A great place for a little retreat.…
We stayed at Meliti Apartments at the beginning of October and were delighted with the quality and size of the apartment we stayed in. Aggeliki met us at the airport and was the perfect host. She even drove us to a supermarket to get some essentials when we arrived. She provided us with useful information and brought freshly made cakes to our room on a regular basis, as well as leaving us some delicious patisserie chocolate cakes (with candles) to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary. The apartment was spotless, cleaned on a daily basis and the facilities were spot on. We had a wonderful view over the bay from our two! balconies. Thank you Aggeliki, your apartments (and you) were wonderful!