Hotel Paleo Inn  

The Hotel Paleo Inn looks out over the sea, is a 5-minute walk from the beach, and is near a selection of tavernas and restaurants. There's a pool surrounded by lemon trees, too.

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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Based On 144 reviews


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    C Class
  • 1Building
  • 2Floors
  • 18Rooms

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Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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Outdoor pool

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.

Snack bar*

Serving Greek continental breakfast in the morning, and a range of drinks and snacks throughout the day.

Watersports*

These can be found at the beach.

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twin room

Twin room's are light and bright, and sleep two.

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Fun with friendly people

Left this review for a while before posting, we stayed at the hotel in September arrived about midday and some of the other quest welcomed us to the hotel, we settled in for the afternoon and in the evening we went out for a meal in one of the local restaurants. On return to the hotel we again met some of he other quest, the balance of the evening was one of laughter and drinking with people who were there to enjoy themselves. My two sons came with us for the holiday and each evening we just enjoyed ourselves we got invited to a quiz night on the first Wednesday and what a night of pure enjoyment this was. The rooms are basic but very clean and the staff are excellent, other reviewers mention Niko and Stavros( bluddy barman) he called us bluddy tourist, both hard working and enjoy the banter, both guys got on really well with my sons. During the two weeks the other quest always talked to everybody and we could see that a lot of the quest came each year and knew each other, but at no point did I see a clique within the hotel. Around the swimming pool quest interacted with each other with laughter and always willing to pass on information on places to go and join in the pool games when they could. I could mention people we drank with and enjoyed many a drink with but the list would be very long. the second week I was unwell and people were very supportive, would I recommend this place of course I would. The area is very beautiful to visit but after a few days you will have seen the area complete. to go out you have to go along a busy road to the restaurants on when you arrive its usually have to go up or down steps so if you have walking difficulties it can be hard, meals in the restaurants can be a bit repetitive in other words they seem to all do the same, so if you like choice then after a week you can be a bit bored with the lack of choices available. The beaches are very pebbly and a bit awkward to get into if you have again walking difficulties, the water is lovely and very clean. The big question would I go back, this time we were there for a wedding and the answer is yes but only to have the fun evenings with the regular quest and the price would have to be right.More

BARRY H, Bridgwater, United Kingdom

Not as advertised

My husband and I booked a get away week to get some sun , to relax and chill. Found the rooms very basic but clean BUT the biggest disappointment was this was advertised as an adult only hotel. What the brochure does not tell you that the pool is open to non residents, which meant that we had screaming children in the pool. When I complained to the staff they said they would ask them to be quite, no chance. I see that the hotel is now advertised as an adult focused hotel, reading between the lines here I think it still encourages all to use the pool and bar.More

Lynn H, Derby, United Kingdom

Better than expected for the price.

We had read all the other reviews before booking so expected some hits and some misses. Firstly, the owners and all the staff were friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. I don't mind paying a euro for delicious Greek yogurt and honey, or eggs cooked how you want them, or cornflakes at breakfast. A previous reviewer is correct that Thomsons should pay them more to include these items. Our room (214) on the second floor had lovely views, a side view to the sea, frontal view over lovely mountainous scenery and felt very private. (See photo). We faced West so got the late afternoon sun, we would have hated being on the lower floor with no privacy at all as this was the thoroughfare for other guests on our floor who could look straight into your room if you had the curtains open, or may want to stop and chat in passing. Take a travel kettle (£9 off the internet), stuffed with your favourite tea bags. The staff are happy to loan you mugs and glasses for your own drinks. Guests are strongly encouraged not to feed the cats unless they take food to the back of the hotel. Do not leave your towels on the chairs outside your room or you may find a cat has taken residence (or worse)! If you go out or at bedtime sleep with the metal doors on the latch so they can't get into your room, this is not just a Paleo Inn problem, so just be aware of the possibilities. Free WiFi in the bar and lounge areas, not an English football flag arrangement round the bar, presumably now the World Cup is over, nice, predominately middle aged British people, quiet music, lovely pool area, 10 minute walk into Paleo. Area getting quieter but all tavernas, etc., still open as at October 2nd. Get well soon Spiro (who is in hospital having been knocked off his scooter) and thank you to everyone else who looked after us here.More

residentemmett, Truro, United Kingdom

An Honest review

We were slightly disappointed upon arrival, you build a picture up in your mind by looking at pictures, but the Paleo Inn is squeezed back off the main road between other guest hotels and just looks a little neglected, signs with painted over previous messages and worn out green carpet leading you up a steep slope. Our room on the first floor had a balcony with a view of a stone wall and thoroughfare access for those staying on the second floor. Numerous scrawny I'll cats parade up and down this thoroughfare, We had aircon, for an addition 6 euros a day, however some rooms don't have any aircon which was a surprise for some guests! The rooms are small and basic as you can expect in Greece. All rooms have a fridge which is a nice touch. The cleaning regime did seem a little lacks, not much evidence of a good sweep but bins emptied and beds made. Our room always seemed to have a distant urine smell to it!! The breakfast is poor, the standard is two pieces of toast with a sachet of apricot and strawberry jam and butter, watered down orange juice but the bonus, PG tips tea. If you want more such as scrambled egg you have to pay. This is served up on patio tables outside, weather permitting by the not very happy in the morning staff. Be warned if you don't like sharing your holiday in a hotel with all other English, then this WON'T suit you. There are English football flags dotted around the bar area, with a large number of guests seeming to be returnees who enjoy many hours within the lounge and bar area. The sun beds on the first floor sun terrace that were once white are dark grey, a joke with guests who have visited before as the management have apparently being saying they will replace them for a number of years.More

pengl63, Dorchester, United Kingdom

Returned guest

Have recently returned from the paleo , having been there three times before. We have just Spent two fabulous weeks there. With friends who we meet last year. The paleo could do with some freshening up.but having said that the staff and management are just the best all ways there to please. If it's 5star your looking for this is not the place for you. How ever if it's a chilled holiday in a great location with friendly staff and guest this is the place for you. We will be back hopefully next year.More

Vivian R, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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