We stayed at the Meliti for four nights as a family of four with two school aged children.
The owner was fantastic, she greeted us with homemade lemonade and Turkish (Greek?) delight.
The family room was immaculate there was a separate double bedroom, a bathroom and a living/kitchen area above which was a mezzanine floor accessed by a ladder where the children slept. There were wooden shutters so the room was kept cool and quiet (there was also air conditioning).
The kitchen was well equipped with a full size fridge/freezer, small oven, sink, crockery and cutlery. There was also free Wi-Fi which was significantly faster than in some of the larger hotels we stayed in.
The room was at the back of the building away from the road and was accessed through a courtyard. There was a table and chairs so we could sit out and interact with the regular visitors.
Beach chairs and umbrellas were available at no cost and the property is directly over the road from the beach.
At night the road outside was closed to allow pedestrian access to the many bars and restaurants.
It's unlikely we would have visited Akrata if it weren't for a wedding we were attending but we are very glad we did.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking