This is a very small hotel. The owner, George, is very personable, insists on carrying bags up (compensating for no elevator). The location is spectacular, and in easy walking distance from the Ancient Delphi ruins.
Breakfast was special, different from typical hotel continental breakfasts, with hot fresh-baked bread typical of homes not establishments, wonderful local cherry preserves, etc. George's recommendations for dinner were wonderful: I had excellent wild boar.
The experience here, combined with the spectacular setting and the outstanding ruins, makes me want to come back here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In Mycenaean times, Delphi, which was called "Rocky Pytho"€� by Homer, was sanctuary of a female deity, Ge, who gave oracles through a prophetess. Family-run friendly, warm atmosphere. Comfortable lounge fireplace, air-conditioning, cafe bar, central heating, bathrooms, TV set, breakfast, coffee, pastries, drinks. Emphasis on cleanliness of all rooms. The hotel is centrally located near all public services and places of interest. Things to do: visit the Archaeological Museum, the Archaeological Sites, Sikelianos, Stately Home Open Sports Centre: (Volleyball, Tennis, Basketball) shops, restaurants, cafes, bars. There is easy access to Parnassus Ski Centre and the nearby villages for one-day trips. Unique combination ofmountainous landscape, the olive groves and the sea. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pitho Rooms Delphi