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Mouikis Village
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Reviewed August 19, 2011

It was our favourite holiday ever when we visited mouikis four years ago.......so what a surprise to find it was just as wonderful this time around staff are fab and really friendly in fact they can not do enough. Can i say our maid was a wonderful woman always had a few words everytime we saw her, plus was always smiling despite the heat and being extremely busy every time we saw her, she did her job to absolute perfection everytime. The pool was as crystal clear this time as last time. Food was wonderful and the apartment was great. Ok so you need a car but we knew that already and if you just like a few tavernas a shop and a bakery then lakithra is only a small stroll away and there is a fab restaurant called obelix where you can get a covered gyros for about six euros this will feed three and should not be missed as its so good also a local gentleman who des gyros wraps from about half one everyday a bit further into lakithra for only 2 euros so thats lunch sorted and cheap as chips.........Lassi is in my opinion the best place just big enough and clean and nly about 15mins away by car, but if you like city lifethen argostoli is a little further and even has an haggan dazs shop and a port full of beautiful boats....this island is fab and is begging to be explored, needless to say my family will be returning at some point it really is the most beautiful greek island suprisingly green we LOVE it can you tell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Room Tip: ask for an airport view not a road view
  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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19  Thank mandy s
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Reviewed July 28, 2011

Visited Mouikis in May this year, just got around to reviewing it! Had what is referred to as a 'maisonette' - these are like separate little properties on two levels, bathroom, kitchen, living room with 2 beds downstairs, open plan and staircase leadong to lovely bedroom - airy, with sloping ceilings upstairs. Lovely private patio downstairs. Eveything spotless, cutlery, bathroom etc. Towels gorgeous and fluffy and changed daily. The maisonettes are situated in courtyards, it is really like wandering round a miniature village. Pool area also faultless, meals available, breakfasts to be recommended. Drinks were pricey. Staff very friendly, went out of their way to help. Free internet in reception (had to politely ask some kids to move as they would have played games there all day! ) We are not 'easily pleased' but feel that some of the reviews are most unfair. It is great accommodation and you must bear in mind that this is Greece. Lakithra is very quiet, but surely you would do your research before booking. We would love to return there!

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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25  Thank WhitleyTravellers
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Reviewed July 6, 2011

taxis,taxis and more taxis and not cheap between 10 and 20 euros one way into lassi 5 miles down the road.nice pool and veiw beer 4 euro a pint...

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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5  Thank jonnyhit
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Reviewed July 5, 2011

Was there 2010 had a fantastic time , so went back again and our in laws came with us due to the raving we done after last years holiday but there was a big difference! last year the rooms were cleaned and fresh towels everyday this year lucky to get towels changed and rooms cleaned 3 times a week.

We also had our 4 year old daughter with us again so we all looked forward to the safe and peaceful surroundings as last year but this time on one day the owners had arranged a so we were told "Greek wedding" for 350 people and we were not allowed to use the pool this day as they were setting up for the wedding and all we heard was 80's music blaring till 4am . (we were told about this the day before so did not have time to arrange to go else where)

We did not buy a drink here either as a pint of Beer was 4 euros when the average anywhere else was 2.20 euros and the manager always looked fed up and only had time for the locals!!!

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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3  Thank baronshey
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Reviewed July 3, 2011

Been around the world & Kefalonia several times and this was the WORST holiday experience of my life!

Arrived at Mouikis Village which looks lovely (from the photographs) when you look across to the pool to the new complex. I requested a "quiet room" when booking with Thomas Cook eight months prior.

If you're British be prepared to be allocated to the old accomodation first to the left of the resort and our room was literally 10 ft from the road! Just to let you know the system here:- The new buildings are full Danish in peak season who book with TUI, which are situated away from the road, which becomes the local rat-run to the town at night, with quad bikes, noisy locals beeping horns and shouting continuously into the early hours of the morning. We went to Reception to complain and they advised us there were no more rooms available, however we saw other Danish customers arriving who were allocated rooms in the new complex. I spoke to the Greek Receptionist and she confirmed this is the process used when allocating rooms.

Thomas Cook = Old Rooms & Tui International = New complex.

Also there was no lock on our patio doors where our children were sleeping so I had to spend my first night awake downstairs with them. The Thomas Cook Rep finally arrived and thought it was quite amusing laughing repeatedly to her colleague on the other end of the phone telling us it would cost us £1200 to move us! We were stuck here for 2 weeks and during this time if you like the idea of locals (inc teenagers running around the pool and tripping over your children) or Ex- Pats wandering in and out of the complex at your expense, not forgetting the Management holding late night disco parties for locals whilst you and your children are trying to get to sleep this is the place for you.

If you stay in the newer complex it won't affect you hence the better reviews, if you get the old accommodation look forward to sleepless nights and check the doors lock! Wrote to Thomas Cook several times and they were not in the slightest bit interested. We've had your money so sling your hook!

Room Tip: Pretend your Danish!
  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with family
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14  Thank 1dollface
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