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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Holidays with an authentic feel
- Often family-run
- Great settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 4T
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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.
The traditional Greek night is a must-see.
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3-bedroom apartments sleep up to six, with a microwave, 2 electric rings and TV with local channels. Maid service 6 times a week with towels changed twice a week and linen once a week. Cots are available.
2-bedroom apartment sleeps up to four, with a microwave, 2 electric rings and TV with local channels. Maid service 6 times a week with towels changed twice a week and linen once a week. Cots are available.
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Not at all three star plus
On arrival we were greeted by reception and given room 201. No information was provided about basic things we took for granted with a three star plus rating by thomson. The kitchen was extremely basic with 2 cups and 2 glasses 1 saucepan old dirty cutlery for a family of 4. There were ants . The bathroom was old tired and small and at this point we didn't realise that one toilet roll ration for four people!!! Again three star not. The bedrooms lacked air con and we were not aware there were fans to hire no information provided by reception . The balcony had old bits of mid matched patio furniture which we did notice was different to other rooms so maybe we just had a dud room . No safe but we did see there safety deposit boxes which again we had to ask about. We hired one which is large enough for tablets. The breakfasts are good value at 5 euros each for cooked and a drink . We had an early start on day three as we were going to albania. We went to reception at half seven to get our passports which were in our safety deposit box to find reception locked up and we couldn't get in .No information or anyone told us reception was not manned 24 seven . We found a gardener who couldn't speak English. I rang thomson abroad to tell them who also didn't know this information about their hotel. They rang their emergency contact number which was the reception telephone which just rang. We had five minutes to go before we needed to leave when I saw the cleaner walking up the road so we chased after her to ask her to let us in. She thankfully let us in but this is not acceptable for 3 star plus no information about no access to your security box. On another occasion in the morning I was just out of the shower getting dressed when the cleaner walked in and casually changed the bin!!! I screamed as I was shocked again she didn't knock no signs available for doors and we thought the room was locked. The towels are old and tired and only changed when you ask. The beds are extremely hard an d twins with a metal bar down the middle so no chance of sleeping with your partner. The bedrooms are spacious. Our room backed onto the farm with Cockerels going round the clock and dogs barking. The pool area is clean and nice. More
Donna P, London, United Kingdom
We stayed here last summer as the reviews were great. Probably because a younger couple Sophia & Vas were running the apartments. This is no longer the case as we discovered after we arrived. Sophia now works with her uncle Nikos in Nikos' Bar down the road that we ended up at every day. They were great fun. The family who ran Sunny Corfu were nice enough but it depended on which day of the week it was whether you got a good morning from them. Not very friendly but that's in my opinion. Wasps were a bloomin pest but you learned to ignore them after the first week. The rooms were basic. The beds were like concrete. The drawers were full of mould and the bathroom was awful. We tolerated it simply because we weren't there much but definitely wouldn't be back. The coach came for us and we didn't even get a wave of a hand to say goodbye..... gotta laugh. They'll be out of business soon unless they inject some personality and spend serious cash on that rooms. The owner owns one of the big tourist shops on the high street. You'll see him coming and going on his scooter. Go to kassiopi in Corfu.... It's breathtaking. We're going there this year. Sidari is like Blackpool and the Canal De Amour that flows through it stinks of sewage. I love Greece. I used to live there. I'm not being a hater... it's just my opinion.More
Sherzzinger T, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
After reading some very good reviews on these apartments, I must say I was pretty disappointed at the general state and cleanliness. It wasn't all bad,, so I will endeavour to give some plus points before venturing on the bad. Firstly the staff were very nice and helpful, the bar area, I thought was very good and extremely clean, the food was reasonable and not too expensive, and the pool area was quite good too. The negative points were, the apartments although very spacious were not that clean, especially what was supposed to be the cooker, the bathroom didn't fair much better either, the towels were thin and not changed every day. as I mentioned the apartment was large, for a two bedroomed accommodation , but what I cannot understand is the lack of cooking utensils, we had one pan and that was an 8 litre saucepan which to me , if I was a family of four who wanted to self cater, then that would be totally inadequate. The beds have got to have been the most uncomfortable thing I have ever slept on, I do realise in Greece the beds are generally uncomfortable , but these were an exception. I do agree with a previous reviewer who said Thomson should maybe re rate this accommodation as normally when I go to Greece which is quite often the 3 to 4 T rating is far better than this. I would also like to add that there's no air con, just fans to hire. The only other thing I thought was disappointing was being charged for Wi-Fi especially these days when everyone is giving it for free. I do agree with a fellow reviewer that the beach in Sidari is far from cleanMore
bigcol55, Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
Good Value Apartment
Family run friendly apart/hotel, good pool and bar area. Would return some day. My only complaint has nothing to do with the hotel but, just to make fellow travelers to Sidari that he beach is far from clean.More
Ken G, Swindon, England, United Kingdom
My husband and I stayed in these apartments in September. We have made numerous visits to this property since 2005. We didn't have a problem with George and his family at all. What troubled us most was the sad state that the apartments are now in. High time that the owners did something about it. We even noticed that the umbrellas by the pool are in tatters. I think its about time Thomson visited these apartments as we believe they are very overpriced. Thomson should also rethink this 15kg baggage allowance if you wish to self cater you have to bring items with you due to the few utensils supplied. A microwave would be heaven!More
sandie a, newcastle on tyne uk
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