Not storms or power cuts could dampen the spirits of the guests and staff.
As darkness descended and the power over the whole area failed the resilience and fortitude of the staff came forth. A "Blitz" spirit crept over all of the guests in the full dining room and as candles and emergency lighting were distributed there was a credible buzz amongst the guests.
Nothing was too much trouble for the ever attendant staff.
Booked independently of tour operators we were given a fantastic deal.
Although the weather was a little unpredictable this was more than made up for by the family who again made us so welcome.
We devastated their stock of Port which was soon replaced and even special glasses produced.
We were able to reciprocate by including the family in our Scottish themed evening where Haggis and tartan was the order of the day. We dressed for the occasion in tartan trews and tie and the ladies wore dresses with sashes. The haggis and oatmeal biscuits were enjoyed by Greek and Welsh alike and gifts were exchanged.
Just a small token of the esteem in which we hold the entire family and staff of this fantastic and intimate hotel.More