Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Logaras, Ragoussis House is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Ragoussis House makes it easy to enjoy the best of Logaras.
As your “home away from home,” the small hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a chapel, a sun terrace, and express check-in and check-out while staying at Ragoussis House. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Logaras' popular Mediterranean restaurants such as Fisilanis Restaurant, Mango Pizza & Pasta, and Cactus Beach, all a short distance from Ragoussis House.
Ragoussis House is sure to make your visit to Logaras one worth remembering.
Where do i start? First the location is perfect, at the quiet end of Logaras beach less than 20m from the sand and 100m from Punda beach both excellent. We stayed in room no1, big balcony, great bed and small but very functional bathroom , the view is from our room . Probably the best thing about this hotel is Maria and her family, you couldnt ask for a nicer host, they went well beyond making our stay perfect. We stayed for 2 weeks and easily could have stayed for 2 months, We highly recommend this hotel .
These are charming , traditional Greek residences with extremely basic kitchen faciilities. Reviews mention the chapel, restaurant and Maria who will collect from the port. None of these are in evidence now as Maria is not there, and there are no restaurant facilities. Her parents, Pitsa and Vasilis are a sweet old couple but do not communicate well. I had to extract the wifi code and the wifi was very weak. We had made a request for a room with twin beds to be told on arrival that there were no twin bedded rooms. An arrangement to occupy an apartment was made over the phone with the absent Maria after a lively discussion. My two friends had to change apartments in a 4 night stay. I had also emailed to see if we could be collected from the port but received no reply so we were left to make own arrangements. Clearly there is a problem with communication. Plus points? Two stunning beaches yards away, several lovely local taverns and Pitsa's welcome cookies. It is a lovely place.…
warm welcome from the owners on arrival, we were staying in a larger flat than expected. Large rooms with 2 bathrooms & see view, not large balcony though. Room service everyday. Maria is always available and give you good tips for restaurants and place to visit/go. The place is located few meters from the beach, it quiet and family like. Nice place to stay, we really enjoyed it.
The location is nice and the view from the balcony is beautiful but the room was so narrow that we literally couldn’t leave our luggage anywhere! We finally put them inside the wardrobe...! The air condition was absolutely necessary day & night, otherwise the temperature inside the room would be unbearable. The owner picked us up from the airport but didn’t give us a lift upon departure. For those interested, the taxi costs 33€. No bathroom products apart from a little tiny soap! They don’t accept cards so we had to carry around all our money in cash, in a room that didn’t even have a safe! The price that the owner told us (70€ per night) was supposed to be an offer but when I checked on booking.com, it was exactly the same price... In any case, this price doesn’t correspond to what you get, since the room is very basic. The hotels in Paros are generally overpriced, though. All in all, we rested and enjoyed the island but I wouldn’t stay here again.…
The apartments are situated in Logaras, right on the beach awarded with the Blue Flag. 500 m. walk is another beach, club-style Punda with the beach-bar, swimming pool, some water attractions and loud music in evenings (the sea is shallow and good for not confident swimmers and children). The apartment was very clean with all essentials. Maria, the owner met us at the port and took right to the apartments. she and her parents are very sweet and welcoming people. They also have a home restaurant only for those who live in their apartments (peices are quite reasonable). And I must confess, their moussaka is the best I ever tasted in all my Greek travels. As we rented a budget apartment for three, the kitchen was rather small, so was the bathroom, but we were ready for this, and it didn't spoil the overall impression.…