You get a big pool and plenty of Greek charm at this place. It’s near the beach, too.
People keep returning to this family-run complex, which is in the kind of peaceful village where everybody knows each other. And it’s a 2-minute walk to sandy Arilas Beach.
The pool’s a classic rectangular shape, and good for lengths. It’s surrounded by gardens on 3 sides, and at one end there’s a pool bar. In the evenings, it’s the pool bar that hosts quizzes and bingo.
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Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Properties with a traditional feel
- Often family-run
- Picturesque settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 5T
Food & Drink
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The pool lies at the heart of these apartments, surrounded by gardens, sunbeds and parasols. Plus there's a childrens section for the little one's to splash about in.
Pool restaurant bar
Head to the pool bar to get some shade, and to refuel. A variety of snacks and meals are on offer to keep you going.
Sample the tastes of Greece by tucking into some delicious grilled dishes, at the weekly barbecue.
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studio with balcony
You'll have twin beds, air-conditioning* and a kitchenette with electric rings in these studios. For some outside space, there's a balcony.
2 bedroom apartment with balcony
Simply furnished 2-bedroom apartments come with a lounge, kitchenette with electric rings and air-conditioning*. For some outside space, you'll have a balcony.
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Our 5th visit to Arilas our 3rd staying at The Kaloudis. This is the best place to stay. The sunset, all the tavernas, people all so friendly and nothing is too much trouble. Billy runs a fantastic bar, food and drinks were all so lovely organised a great greek night, quizzes, live music etc. Well stocked on-site supermarket and grounds and rooms maintained and cleaned to exceptional standard.More
Greece at its best
Stayed at Kaloudis Village with my wife middle couple of weeks September. Can't really add to all the other good things said about these apartments other than to say that although fairly basic Greek accommodation have yet to find any other that services apartments daily, which included making beds and changing towels every other day, plus constant hot water, no matter what time of day. Would not recommend Arillas to the younger people though, think you may struggle to find much night life, certainly a wonderful, quiet resort for us slightly older ones. If you do get to Arillas please make the effort to get to the restaurants at the top of the hill, the views from the Akrotiri are stunning.More
Thank you to all the owners and staff at the Kaloudis Village for a faultless holiday from start to finish. My wife and I stayed for two relaxing weeks. Truthfully the evening meals were good but some were better than others. We tried all the evening meals Billy and Meg had to offer during our first week and found they were repeated for the second week, so therefore took the short walk into town on the the meals we were not too keen on during the second week. The lunchtime snacks hit the the spot with a glass of Corfu beer when we decided to stay at the village, all the above are reasonably priced. We cannot comment on the rooms other than the one we stayed in. Fortunately our room was a twin bedroom top floor which had two balconies, one facing south and the other facing west. This was room 11 overlooking the pool and also giving you surely the best view of the sunset every evening. The on site supermarket, which is run by Roula, has all the basic essentials you may need. You may have read recent reviews about the mosquitos. Unfortunately we foolishly didn't heed the warnings. On waking up early after our first night, without exaggeration there must have been 50+ of the buggers all over the bedroom ceiling, all with their bellies full. We to are seasoned Greek travelers and still got eaten alive on the first night, so bad my wife had to make a visit to the local doctor who shook his head in dismay. After a buttock jab, two lots of cream and â¬70, the bites were healed after a couple of days. After that please take this advise. When the sun goes down the mosquitos come out to play. Firstly get yourself down to the supermarket, buy a couple of tins of mosquito repellent spray. Secondly, get yourselves ready and close all the doors including the bathroom window. Thirdly last person out sprays liberally all ceiling in all rooms and shut each door to every room when sprayed. Then go out after applying your Jungle Formula and enjoy your evening. On returning to your room for your night cap on the balcony, just make sure you keep all the doors closed. Depending on the time of year, you may require the air conditioning, fortunately we didn't need it due to the temperature being 28 dropping to 20 during the night. We hope this advise you will follow. Not much more to add about the village, the other reviews are fairly accurate, so why repeat and bore you. Arillas is the place for total relaxation and nothing else much. We hired a car for 10 days at a cost of â¬200. Money well spent if you can budget for it, hire it and go and explore beautiful Corfu, remember you cannot get totally lost, your on an island. If you do intend to hire a car, you may want to consider taking out a "stand alone" insurance policy. This can be purchased online before you travel on an annual policy for about Â£30, this covers loss of keys, damage to the under carriage etc. Just one more thing if I still have your attention, if you are entering your second youth and planning to look cool whizzing around the back roads of Corfu on one of these quad bikes, please read your holiday insurance small print, 99 times out of 100 you ain't insured, please please read the small print of exactly what you are covered for and more importantly what you are not covered for. Glad you managed to read all of this review and we hope you enjoy your holiday half as much as we did. Mike and Viv.More
Last minute holiday
This is a beautiful spot in Arillas, we stayed in a 2 bed apartment at the front looking out on to gardens then a fab sea view, lovely big balcony which we used every day, the apartments are basic but have everything you need the owners and staff at the kaloudis are smashing very helpful and there if you need them. There's a good swimmingpool and super pool bar for food and drinks, plenty of sunbeds as well. We made the most of the beautiful beach which is just a 2 minute walk if that away and went swimming in the sea virtually every day. There are very good tavernas along the sea front where we enjoyed very good food. The only downside for us were the mosquitos take plenty of mosquito stuff with you. Hope to visit again next year.More
Julie B, 528793
This is a very well run family resort nothing is to much trouble.Your surrounded by beautiful gardens and a lovely pool right next to the bar where the prices are just about the same as in the resort itself.Arillas itself is not for teenagers as it is just a quiet little village with a few restaurants.So is mainly just for a relaxing holiday.just to warn you take plenty of incect repellent as the mosquitos don't take no prisoners as I was bitten every day and so were all the other guests.But all in all I would recommend this resort as it is so friendly.More
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