The Hotel Paleo Inn offers up some beautiful views. The property overlooks Paleokastritsa Bay, its harbour and the Ionian Sea. The hotel’s communal balcony is a great place to sit in the sun and watch the boats come and go.
Location-wise, the hotel is in a great spot. It’s just a five-minute walk to the beach, where there are watersports available and the sea is great for snorkelling. The property is also 15 minutes from Paleokastritsa’s harbour area, with its waterside restaurants and tavernas.
Outside, a kidney-shaped pool is surrounded by a sun terrace and sunloungers and the whole scene is backed a green garden full of lemon trees.
When it comes to food, the hotel serves a Greek continental breakfast in the morning and snacks throughout the day.
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Take a dip in the kidney-shaped pool, or relax on a sunbed. Trees dot the edge of sun terrace, providing a bit of shade, along with the parasols.
Serving Greek continental breakfast in the morning, and a range of drinks and snacks throughout the day.
On the beach.
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Basic but good
We stopped at the Paleo inn in September. We had been looking for somewhere cheap to get a little pre-winter sun and we were pleasantly surprised. The Paleo is a basic B&B with few amenities but those it does have it does well, a nice pool and a small terrace and bar. The rooms are basic with twin beds, fridge and french doors. The bathroom is workable with sink, WC and shower. I must admit we don't holiday to stay in the room so if we can get clean and sleep OK we are quite happy. The staff are friendly and like most Greeks will attempt to help any way they can. The owner will try to sort out any problems you have. Beware that like most places in Greece there are plenty of cats. The owner asks people not to feed them around the bar but instead to take food to the back of the main building. Location is good with easy access to lots of small beaches and there are plenty of places to eat close by. All in all a great place to stay with easy access to food, beaches and transport. If you're expecting the Ritz or the Hilton then I feel you'll be in for a shock but if you want somewhere basic to get your head down while looking around Corfu then this could be your place. We are book again for next year and can't wait for the return.More
Rick D, Derbyshire UK
oh what a lovely time we had..
Just arrived back from another 3 weeks at paleo... :-) :-) We have had another brilliant holiday and met even more lovely people. it was so good to meet up with people that we met last year too (you know who you are and thanks for making our holiday)... The paleo remains a very friendly and relaxed place to be and is still value for money. The only "niggle" that we had this year was that the rooms and public areas were not always as clean as they could be..this did not spoil our holiday at all... We have thought about finding somewhwere else to go next year and discussed it at great length however we have just booked 3 weeks again next year!!! We also need to remind you that if you want good reliable scooter or car hire then pop down to see george mikalas. Him and mrs george are the best!!More
Billy P, Leicester, England, United Kingdom
Relaxing Greece !
We have just got back from the Paleo inn afetr having the most wonderful time , my wife and i have spent one of the best two week holidays ever at this hotel ! The room was the usual greek style small and basic but it was clean and did have a fridge which really was handy ! Andreas , spiros and Katerina were all extremely helpful and nothing was too much trouble . Although we didnt use the pool a lot it was lovely and very clean ! The beach near to the hotel Agia TRIADA was great and the best one by far , the bar at the beach was expensive so we used the supermarket just along from the hotel , this was called Hellen and had all the stuff you could want and the beer was only 1:40 a can rather than 4 euros a pint at the beach ! Overal this was a great holiday and i would recomend the place and hotel to anyone !!!!More
Adrian T, SWINDON
Relaxing and friendly
We have just spent 11 nights at the paleo inn. It's a family run business that caters for adults only so there no brats running around screaming. The family/staff are really friendly and helpful the rooms are standard with a fridge in,...which we had to turn off at night because of the noise they make. air conditioning is a must at 6euros a day and well worth it because the nights are very very hot!! The bed was comfortable and sheets and towels were changed very two days. There is a pool bar open until 1:30 am where you can also buy snacks and meals. There is also a safe facility to store your money and passports etc. at a small cost. Sky TV and pool table also available. The Greek night is a must !! And you can join in with the family dancing in traditional style with fire and plate smashing. The pool is very clean with plenty of loungers. Near to local stoney or shale beaches, a beautiful monastery, aquarium and loads of bars and restaurants. a must is a trip to Corfu old town!! You can catch the bus 50 yards up the road. All in all a fantastic little hotel with only 18 rooms so a max of 36 people at any one time. GO !!More
Dave T, Worcester, United Kingdom
Such a great relax holiday
All the staff at the Paleo are warm and welcoming and great fun. If the lovely girls in the kitchen forget what you breakfast order is it will be as a result of "being in love with a younger man"!! Such a calm spot to rest by the pool away from the bustling crowd but only a ten min walk to a beach. To be aware though that the proximity of the closest beaches are only accessible vis some steps, stoney. Manageable even after a new hip but if you a new visitor with perhaps some mobility difficulties, you may wish to check this out further. Do hire a boat and visit all the beaches that are inaccessible via road. If you can hire a quad bike and head over the mountain to Sidari or the many wonderful villages on the way for a wonderful lunch in parts that the madding crowd do not get to it is a must. Will be back againMore
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