The Tsaros Apartments have a hillside setting, and overlook the Ionian Sea and the terracotta-roofed cottages of San Stefanos. Because you’re fairly high up, it’s pretty peaceful here, and you’re less than a 10-minute walk downhill to the town centre and a string of beaches.
The accommodation is split up between 3 low-rise buildings, which give way to a swimming pool shaped like a figure of 8. The complex is nice and private, thanks to a cocoon of greenery. The whole place is half-hidden among palm trees, lawns and hibiscus flowers.
You can choose to stay in studios or apartments, which sleep 2 or 4 people. Whichever you go for, expect traditional interiors – walls are whitewashed and ceilings are lined with wooden beams. Each room comes with the bonus of a balcony or terrace that offers views of the surrounding countryside.
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2-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with 1 double and 1 twin bedroom. Kitchenette has 2 cooking rings, oven, fridge and kettle. Maid service is 3 times a week, with towels and linen changed twice a week. Cots are available.
Studio sleeps 2. Kitchenette has 2 cooking rings, oven, fridge and kettle. Maid service is 3 times a week, with towels and linen changed twice a week.
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Just returned from a 1 week stay at Tsaros. We stayed in apartment number 2 which is in the first block of apartments from the bottom of the hill and the nearest block to the pool and bar. It was ideal as it had a brilliant sea view but yet was not too far up the hill as the other apartment blocks are further up the hill. The apartment was very clean and the maids came in every day to make the beds, sweep the floors and empty bins etc. The only thing that would have helped would have been a welcome pack as we arrived fairly late at night and there was no milk or bread etc. Also apart from 1 toilet roll no other basic stuff etc was provided. We had to even buy washing up liquid and a dishcloth but I know this is common in Greece. When renting in the UK now there is normally at least stuff like this and tea and coffee etc for when you arrive. You do wonder what happens to the half used bottles of washing up liquid that every body in each apartment has left at the end of their stay. It is a shame that everyone on arrival has to buy the same basics of which they will probably only use half of so it is worth, if your luggage allowance lets you, to pack some basics. Thanassis and his family made us very welcome. We hired a car for three days mainly to go over to Arillas as we love the beach over there. Thanassis rents cars also but he did not have any available. However he arranged one for us which was only 20 euros for the day. I think it is normally 30 euros per day in the busier months. The car was dropped off at our apartment and picked up again from the apartment. I would recommend the breakfast at the pool bar. It is 5 euros and there was bacon, sausage, 2 eggs, beans, hash brown, mushrooms, fried bread, tomato, toast, jam and honey, orange juice and tea or coffee. The tea comes with cream but if you ask for milk instead they will provide it. We would definitely go back. We ate mainly at The Little Prince and would highly recommend it. I will put a separate review of it on Trip Advisor.More
Sonia688, Rotherham, United Kingdom
Third time at Tsaros....still as good as ever
Our third time at Tsaros apartments, the last being 10 years ago (when we were there with the kids)! But delighted to find just as good as ever. Spacious, clean apartments if (as always in Greece) a little basic. Maid service daily and fresh crisp bed sheets every few days. Fantastic views from balconies and set in lovely orchard garden lovingly tendered by Nikos. Pool is of sufficient size and immaculately clean. Enough good quality sun beds. Bar snacks very good value. Free wi-fi in the bar area. Ice cold beer on tap ! Thanasis is a great host ! Only one down side as ever, the short but steep hill from the beach/village to reach the Tsaros; its a short strenuous hike but it does get easier the more times you walk up. Thanasis sells cheap bottles of drinking water to save you from carrying then up the hill. Overall, a great place to holiday for couples and families.More
smilerkevin61, Newcastle, England
Brilliant apartments in a great location
Just returned from a wonderfully relaxing two week break at the Tsaros apartments in San Stefanos. This was our third visit to Corfu, first to San Stefanos. We had a two bedroom apartment in a block near the top of the hill with a wonderful sea view. In order to get this view you need to be able to cope with the hill but I’m over weight and over forty and I managed! It would be unsuitable for those with walking difficulties or the very elderly. Apartments are massive - the biggest we’ve had in 15 years travelling to the Greek islands. We had two bedrooms – one with a double bed and one with twin beds, a spacious living area with dining table & chairs, two comfy chairs and a kitchenette with fridge/freezer, two ring cooker, double sink and enough basic cutlery/crockery to prepare snacks. Bathroom was modern compared to most we’ve encountered in Greece but has the usual shower flooding problem so you need to be very careful not to slip over. The balcony was huge with doors leading off from both bedrooms. A proper washing line too! The cleaning ladies are really lovely and do a fantastic job. Sheets/towels were changed several times during our stay. We paid for air conditioning during the second week of our stay (35 Euros) as the temperature soared into the high thirties and it made sleeping a bit difficult. The unit was efficient and it didn’t take long to cool the apartment down. Thanassis and his family are very welcoming and the full English breakfast is excellent! Pool area small but clean. If you go in August, take plenty of inspect repellent and invest in some plug in anti-mozzie devices - the little beasties are very crafty!More
AlpacaPillow, Somerset, UK
We stayed for a week in Apartment Number 5 travelling with Thomson Holidays in July 2013. This is a two bedroomed first floor apartment with a very large front balcony overlooking the town and the sea which got the afternoon and evening sun. There is also a smaller balcony off the kitchen on the opposite side which received the early morning sun and overlooked the adjoining block of 4 apartments and olive groves. This was excellent and made the most of the wonderful Corfu weather. The apartments are in a lovely quiet rural location about a 5 minute walk from the large sandy beach and the town, but up a very steep hill which would make them unsuitable for the elderly or infirm. The beach is very nice; long, sandy and safe. We used the parasol and sun beds outside Waves restaurant. They charged €7.50 for a pair of chairs and one parasol, but gave a €2 credit note which could be used in the restaurant. You can also use their clean toilets and beach shower too. Agios Stefanos is a quiet small village, probably no more than 20 or so tavernas and 2 or 3 supermarkets. It makes for an easy no hassle holiday, nobody pressurises you to come in to eat which makes a pleasant change to other areas we have visited. We did an evening trip to Corfu town booked with San Stefanos Travel (down by the beach) costing €12 each. This is half the cost of the Thomson organised trip, but we were on the same coach with the same driver that picked us up from the airport. The trip was well worth doing as Corfu Town is an interesting and vibrant place in the cool of the evening with many places to shop and eat. The apartment was sufficient for a weeks stay, but was let down by a very poor shower; the head about 7 foot above the tray which would only direct water down the wall, the shower curtain finished about 8 inches above the shower tray so water ran all over the highly glazed ceramic tiled floor making it treacherously slippery. The cupboards had a musty smell and the bed linen barely covered the mattress and came untucked as soon as you moved on it. This exposed the bare mattress and as it didn't have a mattress protector it left you wondering who else had been lying there previously. To summarise, we had a very relaxing, hassle free holiday in Corfu staying at the Tsaros Apartments. More
Robs_Dad, Chichester, United Kingdom
Fantastic place to stay.
Just spent two fantastic weeks at Tsaros Apartments with my wife and two kids. Brilliant place to stay, very friendly owner (Thanasis) & staff, really nice food and a good priced bar. Excellent pool area and kids pool aswell, If your thinking of going to Corfu, go to San Stefanos and stay at the Tsaros apartments you wont be disappointed. It is located up a hill but the views are worth it. Third time we have visited and already booked for next year. Cant wait !!! Andy, Maxine, Callum & Jack.More
Andrew F, Gloucester, United Kingdom
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