Rooms were immaculate and opened out onto a great balcony overlooking a beautifully-kept garden.
The owners are lovely people and made our stay very special. The children were made to feel wonderfully welcome too. The shop on site is great and sells everything you might need.
The beach is just a quick 30 seconds walk from the apartments.
We were sorry to leave.More
M P, 186220
very friendly family run hotel
nice room very clean only complaint would be small shower good bar and pool area staff are very friendly food was very good also.The resort itself is quite small and quiet ideal if you are looking for a relaxing holiday but there are plenty bars and resturaunts to choose from no problem to eat at a different place twice a day if you are there for a week and standart of food was very good everywhere.More
peem c, 186492
We have just returned from 2 weeks at the Kaloudis village, what a fantastic holiday we had.
The hotel is practically on the beach walk down the drive and the fabulous beach is there (2 mins from our room).
Billy ,wife and staff we all very welcoming and friendly. There is a specialty dish most nights and we have to say we never had a bad meal. We would recommend the Greek night on Sunday. If you fancy a snack the lamb burger would be a good.choice.
The apartments/studios are kept spotless as is the whole complex.
We met people who go back year after year we certainly will go back hopefully next year.
If you want a holiday where you can just kick back and chill this is the place to choose, we had a safe in our room (15 euros for 2 weeks air con 5 euros per day)
Thanks for a fantastic a 2 weeks Billy and co.
Hope to see you soon
Jan & Alan
Wonderful place to stay
I stayed here with husband and two children age 11 and 13 in the May half term. The entire complex is immaculate. We stayed in a two bed apartment on ground floor (room 30). We arrived around 1.15 am and received a warm welcome and were taken straight to our room being offered food and drink if we wanted it. All staff were friendly and helpful.
The apartment was spacious with everything we needed for a week although there wasn't a microwave. Beds were comfy and wifi available.
The swimming pool was large and clean and on occasions we were the only ones in it. Whatever time we went to the pool we always found four sunbeds together - there are plenty of them - not a reserved bed in sight!
There is no entertainment during the day (bliss), but there is in the evening e.g. singers or a traditional Greek night. The on site restaurant is great - we loved the gyros and fresh food was cooked on the rotisserie most evenings.
The resort itself is fairly small but has plenty of bars and restaurants many with fantastic views of the sunset. The beach is lovely, shelving gently into the sea - perfect for playing in. There is a lovely walk over the hill into the next village, with a welcoming bar at the top serving freshly squeezed fruit juices and ice cream (as well as alcohol and other food).
Amazingly our 11 year old son didn't complain once all week. A brilliant place to stay for all sorts of reasons. We would definitely visit again.More
Kaloudis village, Arillas
The apartments are lovely. The rooms are cleaned daily with fresh sheets & towels every 3 days. The staff are lovely and most of the guests are regulars coming every year. Arillas is the most peaceful place ever. There are plenty of restaurants to chose from and a couple of bars. The area has not become tacky and is still very Greek. No-one tries to get you into the restaurants, they ask if you want bread rather then giving and charging. The sandy beach is lovely, although the sea is quite choppy but great if you love wave jumping. The subbed strange from 6 euros to 9 on the ones with coconut umbrellas and padded seats. They are worth it as so comfy and you get a free bottle of chilled water. All the tavernas are lovely we did not have a bad meal. The food is mainly traditional Greek which we love. We hired a car at 30 euros a day but be warned the roads are very rough and steep in parts. Avoid Sidari if you don't like tacky places but Rhoda is lovely. We booked trips in town with the local tourist agents at a fraction of the price of Thomson. The supermarkets are expensive, especially the one site one. The beds are hard but we find that whenever we come to Greece. Air conditioning is 5 euros a day and the safe is 8 euros a week. There are mosquitos everywhere so bring lots of insect repellent and bite relief. More