These family-run apartments are highly rated for their top location, big pool and delicious home-cooking.
This family-run place may have an idyllic rural setting – there’s a farm right next door – but it’s only a 10-minute walk from the centre of Sidari, with its tavernas, shops and sandy beach.
There’s a good-sized pool with a bar, and a restaurant where the ‘mama’ of the family rustles up authentic Greek cuisine, as well as a few international favourites. The regular Greek dancing nights always go down a treat, too.
Simply decorated with splashes of colour, these 3-bedroom apartments are a good base for exploring the surrounding area. They come with a lounge area, balcony, kitchenette and a TV. These sleep up to 6.
Simply decorated with splashes of colour, these 2-bedroom apartments are a good base for exploring the surrounding area. They come with a lounge area, balcony, kitchenette and a TV. These sleep up to 4.
Arriving at the accommodation pleasantly surprised at the friendly welcome, and the rooms were spacious and clean. We had the welcome meeting and Tom the rep was lovely. Everything was going great.
We asked for wifi, chargeable 5 euros per week. We then asked for air con and was told 15 euros a day!!!!!!! Wow!! 210 euros for two weeks? I dont think so. We were then charge just short of 30 euros for a safety deposit box!!
The cleaning staff are lovely, great with the kids and do a great job!
Now this is where it gets 'interesting'. Every evening a group of entertainers who stay in a villa next door the apartment come in and use the facilities. That's fine and to be expected. However, when they start sunbathing nude, performing sexual activity in the children's pool, singing adult themed Disney songs around our children it becomes acceptable. The hotel management aren't prepared to ban them as it it constant buisness for them and Thomson aren't prepared to facilitate an hotel change unless we pay the full cost of the holiday again!
It's a shame because the accommodation is lovely, a bit far out but great for a peaceful family holiday.
However I will not visit the sunny Corfu again because the behaviour my children witness has caused them a lot of upsetMore
Brilliant hotel. From being met off the bus we had a brilliant holiday. Hotel was so clean. Our room was big and bright and very well equipped. Cleaned every day apart from Sunday. George, his sister and all the other staff were so friendly. Nothing was too much trouble. Food cooked by Mama was lovely. Location could not be better. 5 mins from the noisy strip. So close to Canal D'Amour but enough shops and tavernas on doorstep. Best of both worlds. Tom the rep was the friendliest rep ever. Definately would stay here again.More
Just returned from a great week at the Sunny Apartments. These are located on the edge of the action so enjoyed rural Greece but you could easily walk to the beach and bars/restaurants. The apartments are very spacious and extremely clean. Beautiful pool. George and his family take a lot of pride in the hotel and it shows. Wifi can be purchased for 5 euros a week but can only be assessed in the main areas of the hotel (not rooms).More
Maggie c, 186370
An overall enjoyable stay, nice accomodation and staff
Stayed first week in June, found the hotel pool clean and rooms are fine. Some small attention to detail missed such as hotel phone as we needed to keep in touch back home, they do have Wi-Fi though (2 Euro per day) so managed to get access to internet via my mobile phone to keep in touch.
Hotel food was very good, well presented and reasonably priced, no problem getting sunbeds and very relaxing. Bar area at night was very very quiet and no entertainment but didn't really bother us as we went out every night to eat etc; The location was perfect for relaxation, recommended restaurants to eat out just a few minutes towards town are Mediterranean Steak House, Fredas and the 'Family'. A walk around to Canal D'Amour is a must but Sidari itself appeared dirty and rundown.
In summary the hotel was very well presented however not rate as 3* plus as advertised on Thomson website, at best 3*, I would recommend to anyone but within the right budget as it didn't quite live up to the 3* plus rating as advertised but no worries overall.More
Lovely Little Hotel
This is my second stay at the Sunny Apartments. First one was back in 2013 under different owners. This time, the hotel was only half full during May half term so pool access was very good and no shortage of loungers etc. The down side to this was that the bar was very quiet in the evenings. The room itself was a double bedroom apartment. Very spacious and very clean. Had a few ants making there way into my room but nothing too worrying. I had the view of the derelict building next door (as I did in 2013). This is rural Greece...so dereliction to should be expected. If you want shiny polished hotels then you need to be somewhere like New York. I am also a fan of urban and rural dereliction as a photography subject...so I loved the view. Room was cleaned daily (except Sunday). Only had one breakfast at the hotel which was just toast and jam. All other meals were taken in town so can't comment on food quality. The staff at the hotel were warm, friendly and inviting. I would stay here again (although 3 visits to the same hotel may be verging on the habitual haha.) The hotel is only a few minutes walk from local amenities such as tavernas, bars, shops and pharmacies. Also, Canal D' Armour is only a ten minute walk away. This is a must see if you are in the area. The only downside was the barking dogs at night (which I do not remember from 2013!!)More