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We loved the atmosphere of our 400 year old hotel, with exposed stone walls in our comfy room, 13 well fed cats lounging about, and especially Julia's freshly prepared organic breakfasts with fresh fruit, yogurt, good coffee and nice bread and rolls, served in a...More
A beautiful property in the old town and a real calm, quiet oasis. The staff take hospitality to another level - they were fabulous! Offered us a late check out, arranged airport taxis and even put the trousers I accidently left behind in a taxi...More
Second visit to Rhodes Town and Attiki. Charming small hotel inside the walls of the old town. Renovated town house with great charm and wonderful garden to relax in and so quiet despite being central. Julia was the perfect host taking over much of Mara's...More
Can't rate high enough. Julia looks after you like family. From meeting you at the taxi, to sumptuous breakfast, cute rooms, individual attention. Best possible location. Do yourself a favour. Stay here.
This is a beautiful place to stay in the heart of the old town. Everything about it will strike a chord with anyone who really, I mean really!, wants to get a handle on the place they are exploring. Not only is it a charming...More
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We personally never went to any beaches close to the Attiki. Elli beach is 20 minutes walk per Google maps and Zephyros beach is 35 minutes walk. They don't look too appealing. There are beautiful beaches in Rhodes; we... More
We personally never went to any beaches close to the Attiki. Elli beach is 20 minutes walk per Google maps and Zephyros beach is 35 minutes walk. They don't look too appealing. There are beautiful beaches in Rhodes; we especially remember Anthony Quinn Bay (25 min drive) where we did go swimming. There are very sandy beaches way to the sparsely populated south, Your best bet would be to ask the proprietress, Mara. She will give you an honest answer.
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"Choose the slightly bigger rooms if you want a bit more space but the smaller rooms are perfectly suitable..."