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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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.
These can be found at the beach.
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I totally agree with the previous reviewer. I had chosen this holiday for 10 people to celebrate a 50th birthday. I can't believe some of the negative reviews, I was so worried before travelling,the bad reviews I must admit gave me a few sleepless nights. The b&b is basic but clean, the owner,his son Anthimos, the 2 ladies at breakfast have to be the nicest,friendliest people you will find anywhere. This was probably the best sunshine holiday I have had in a good few years from start to finish we were 10 happy people. The resort is stunning. Restaurants great quality food and cheaply priced. Not a British,Irish sports bar to be seen a nice surprise I must admit. Also no young club 18-30's. If you have booked and are worried don't you will have a fab time. We are definitely going to return next year when the weather is cooler though!More
D D, Swansea, United Kingdom
One of the best holidays
After having read some of the reviews I must say I was becoming a bit worried, but I knew it was a small 2* b & b, all the hotel info given was accurate on the Thomson website. We knew it was basic, we knew what breakfast consisted of, so as long as it was clean, no problem. It turned out to be the most basic but friendliest place I have ever stayed. We didnt have air con although i would book it when i go again, althougj we did hire a fan the last few nights as it was too hot and thus was adequate. We also took a kettle tea & coffee as we knew this wasnt provided.There are 5 staff, Andreas the owner, Anthimos the son, Katerina& Anna who cook and serve breakfast and clean and Spiros the barman, they are all lovely, very friendly and will do anything for you. Paleokastritsa is a beautiful place with lots of nice restaurants and bars. Nausika, Neirade and Belvedere to name a few. The views around are stunning. We met some lovely people and had a great time, we will definitely be returning and thanks to all. Just remember if you want 4/5* pay for it and go elsewhere. If you want a happy relaxed traditional Greek atmosphere which is small and friendly, come here.More
First time staying here
Room 211 was east-facing, so balcony shaded in afternoon, which suited us. Room basic but clean and powerful shower. No kitchen area in the rooms at this place, therefore if you want to make your own drinks, bring a travel kettle and mugs. Good size fridge in rooms. Not all rooms have air con, ours did at cost of 5 euro/day. safe available at 10 euro/week Towels & sheets changed twice /week, rooms cleaned daily apart from Sundays. Breakfast included in room price is tea/coffee & toast, jam, orange juice. We didn't use the pool as preferred to walk to the beach. We chose not to socialise in the bar in the evenings, as we preferred to go to the Nausika Taverna, which has become a favourite for us on our visits to Paleokastritsa over the years. The rooms vary in size and aspect, and we were fortunate to be allocated one that suited us. 20 rooms on 2 floors. The first floor rooms have no privacy when using their patio areas or having the french doors open, as this is the walkway for all guests on the 2nd floor. The Paleo Inn is immediately off the only road through the resort, with only a slope to walk up as you enter the property. It is close to tavernas, supermarkets and beaches.More
PChorlton, Bristol, United Kingdom
My wife and I were also a little worried after reading a couple of reviews before we arrived on 29th of June. The rooms were fairly basic, but clean, comfortable and adequate. We also paid the extra 5 euros a day to have air conditioning which we were more than grateful for in the heat of Corfu July. The Staff were all very nice, friendly and helpful. Special mention to Anthiamos who was great and more than happy to give you advice on the local area. Paleokastritsa is absolutely stunning with several different bays to enjoy with the clearest blue water I have seen anywhere in Europe. We ate at quite a few different restaurants in the area and can honestly say that we didn't have a bad meal all the time we were there. So if you are looking to chill out for a week or two look no further than Paleokastritsa and the ever so friendly Paleo Inn Hotel. We enjoyed it so much we will definitely be going back next year! .More
I have never spent more time at any accomodation on a holiday.
The previous reviewer has it spot on. Whilst I was not in their party you could see they were having a ball. Everybody whether couples or larger parties interacted as most people spent most of the day at the pool or pool bar. Personally I traditionally spend very little time at the accomodation but on this occasion we only really left to go out for our evening meal in the local tavernas. The atmosphere created by the owner Andreas, his son Anthimos and Katerina & Anna , who cooked breakfast & cleaned the rooms led to the most relaxed, chilled out holiday I have ever had. The rooms were typical Greek style accomodation, kept spotlessly clean and the breakfasts & snack style lunch offerings were right up my street.In the evenings after going out to the Tavernas for dinner nearly everyone staying here returned to the hotel bar, where Spiros the barman held court, and every night was a good laugh. We hope to return again next September for another relaxing week in the Sunni beautiful Paleokastritsa.More
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