Sunny Corfu Apartments  

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.

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Based On 176 reviews

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    A Class

Small & Friendly

Holidays with an authentic feel

  • Traditional properties
  • Often family-run
  • Great settings, usually by the sea
  • Everything from 2T to 4T

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Food & Drink

Self Catering

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Outdoor pool

The pool takes centre stage at this place, surrounded by sunbeds, parasols and the pool bar.


For breakfast, lunch and dinner, with snacks on offer during the day to keep you going between mealtimes.

Greek night

The traditional Greek night is a must-see.

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2 bedroom apartment with balcony

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.

3 bedroom apartment with balcony

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.

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Great stay at the sunny apparments

Great holiday for 4 lads, not sure what some people are talking about dogs keeping them up all night i didn't hear one dog the whole week. Its situated on the same road as all the shops, bars, resteraunt and clubs and only 10 mins walk away, but far enough away its nice and quiet. George and his family were brilliant, kept the rooms, bar and pool area spotless, food was fantastic €5 for a large breakfast, tea and orange juice. Rooms were very spacious and clean and the air con was definitely worth the little extra money. Also very accommodating for a late check out room. All in all a fantastic stay at the sunny apartments and the pool 'Cloces' and a reasonable time, would stay again, great holiday for a great price!!!More

tommmbbb, 186218

Good week - just a couple of niggles!

I generally agree with most of the comments about these apartments however, there are a couple of things that weren't quite right. We arrived in the early hours of the morning to be greeted with a note pinned to the door of reception - no problem with that - had read about that on here so was expecting it. I wasn't expecting a welcome pack but there wasn't even a bottle of water or milk in the fridge which would have been nice at 3am! I was concerned about the barking dogs at night - not a problem until our last night - it then appeared that all dogs in the area decided to bark at each other all night! Also as its next to a small holding the cockerel started around 4.30 some mornings! I'm a light sleeper so it won't affect everyone. The main strip is probably a good 10-15mins walk however, I'm not a fast walker. Yes, there are some places to eat very close to the apartments however, I wasn't overly struck by any of them and indeed my daughter was violently ill after going to the Aspasia Taverna. Avoid it - service was terrible and it sounded like the staff were having a huge row in the kitchen. The best place I thought was the Meditterano out of the ones we tried. Our room was cleaned daily however towels were changed once and they didn't leave enough towels afterwards so we just managed with what we had. Beds are comfortable however sheets didn't fit beds properly - kept coming untucked. Patio doors have bug screens that you pull across - these were great for keeping the mozzies out. George and his family work from early morning until whenever the last drinkers go to bed. The apartments are very clean and the pool area is mopped daily. There are plenty of sunbeds but when the apartments were full there were only just enough to go round. Another bugbear of mine is glass bottles and glasses around the poolside - I've seen cut feet from this in other places and believe it should be plastic only around the poolside. Food is excellent - 4 euros for breakfast with tea/ coffee and orange juice and 2 rounds of toast is excellent value for money. I'm sure I'm being picky but, if the niggly little things weren't there then this would definitely get 5/5 from me. Would I go back - definitely - I'm just being fussy but that's what reviews are for. More



I stayed here for 11 nights in July 2016 with my girlfriend. The hotel is what I would consider typical of a Greek budget/mid-range hotel. It was generally clean but towels were often stained and some rather threadbare. The condition of equipment and furniture was showing its age but the bed was comfortable and the bedding generally clean but again sometimes stained. We didn't eat much in the hotel but what we did have was OK. The breakfast was good and also cheap but the coffee was awful! I cannot see any reason why anyone would want to eat in the hotel in the evening... there are so many good restaurants a short walk away. Food in most restaurants in Sidari was €3-5 for starters and €7-10 for mains. BE WARNED!!! The servings in most restaurants are huge! On a couple of occasions we thought we had been given a main course for our starter. After a couple of nights we stopped having starters altogether as we were unable to finish our mains. It is all a bit silly. They perceive a good meal as a big meal and that is often not the case. Location was excellent being a short (10 min) walk from the main beach and just a few minutes walk to supermarkets, restaurants etc and a 10 min walk from the main street with clubs and bars etc. The staff were friendly and helpful. The pool was excellent and beautifully clean but busy. Towels were often on the sunbeds before 8am and sometimes by 10am all beds were taken. We decided not to use the hotel pool after the first couple of days and we used the Target Bar just 10 mins walk away... there it was much less crowded. One disappointment was that aircon was extra. €7/night for the studios but as we had a 2 bed apartment it was €12/night. We tried to get by without but it was very hot and sweaty so we coughed up but it made the holiday more expensive than we had planned for. It was made worse because the aircon wasn't very cold so took a while to cool the room but it did the job. There was a small, old-style, TV but it didn't work well... the channels kept dropping out. Fortunately we don't watch TV when on holiday! Towels and bedding was refreshed every couple of days. The equipment in the kitchen was sparse. Cutlery and basic crockery was there, a sharp knife and a few very basic pots and pans but don't imagine that you will be cooking. It is really only fit for breakfast and making sandwiches. There was an electric ring and small oven but again... not much use for anything more than heating up. There was a kettle and toaster which was pretty much all we used. The fridge was fine but it was iced up and I had to defrost it! Toilet paper must go in the bin in the bathroom as is normal in Greece. The water supply was OK except that it was obvious from the brown colour that it was well water. DON'T DRINK THE WATER! Get bottled even for your teeth. There was only one occasion when there was no hot water. They do not supply any toiletries, soap, washing up liquid, tea towel, washing up sponge etc. Get them cheaply from the nearby supermarket. Water is available in the hotel for €3 for 6 x 1.5l. I thought that was cheap but in the supermarkets it is just €1.70! No excuse for not using bottled water for everything at that price! On the topic of supermarkets... there is one just a 100m away but it isn't very good. The best one is next to Fagins Bar (left at The Three Little Pigs Restaurant), 10 mins away. It is worth the walk! It is open from 8am and has fresh bread. I took a walk every morning to pick up a fresh loaf each day. All in all it was an OK place to stay but luxury it is not... but then again it was a good price with Thompson so it was adequate for the price.More


Fantastic Holiday

Not long returned after a fantastic week there. George and his family are wonderful and welcoming. The place is nice and clean and food is great. Made some great friends whilst there and even participated in the Greek Night! Wonderful time. If anyone complains about the barking dog then you really never had a good time out that night 😜More

Wayne C,

Fabulous Hotel - Can't wait to go back!!

We returned last week after a fabulous 1 week's stay at Sunny Corfu Apartments - our first time but definitely not our last. We had a spacious 2 bed apartment, the bathroom was very modern and the beds were super-comfy. We paid extra for air-conditioning which was a godsend in the heat, but we thought it was a reasonable price to pay. The rooms were cleaned every day apart from Sunday, the maids were always very friendly and did a great job. The pool is great, a decent size with plenty of sunloungers - it was so nice to come down at 11am and still be able to get a sunlounger! No getting up at 6am or fighting with the crowds to reserve one, pool opens at 9am so there's no point putting a towel down before this time anyway. The location of the hotel is superb, only a 5-10 minute walk away from the main strip, with plenty of tavernas, restaurants and shops along the way. The beauty of the location is that it's peaceful at night, but close enough to the action when you want it. On top of all the above great things about this hotel, one of the main reasons I would go back is because of the wonderful family that run this hotel. George and his sister and mum do a fabulous job and are so friendly. I will never forget the night that Wales played Belgium and George set up a huge screen for us to watch it - we were the only Welsh family at the hotel, but Welsh, English and Greek all came together to watch the footy and we had a fabulous night which ended with us having a few shots at the bar with George! We travelled with our two teenage girls, and they were very impressed too. We paid 5 euros for each of them to get free wifi so they were more than happy - teenagers can't go a week without facebook, snapchat etc but the signal was great in the pool area and in the bar, and the girls were able to keep in touch with their friends. This hotel may be 3 stars in the brochure but I'd give it 5 stars, I couldn't say one negative thing about it at all. We will definitely return, I'm already looking at prices for next year and hope to stay for 2 weeks next time.More


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