This family-run hotel has 2 big pools. It’s just a short hop from Skala’s beach, shops and tavernas.
People love these pastel-coloured studios and apartments, and surrounding olive trees. They also love the 2 big pools, and the restaurant for breakfast and evening meals. The owners of this hotel reckon over 60% of their guests are repeat visitors.
You’re far enough out of town to relax, but close enough that you can drive to town in less than 10 minutes. The hotel runs a free shuttle bus that’ll get you there. Plus, there’s a shingle cove 5 minutes away.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner. You'll find a choice of hot and cold dishes, as well as desserts, ice-cream and fresh fruit. And there's options for kids too.
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2 outdoor pools
Take your pick from the 2 sea-facing pools. They're bordered by lawns and a spacious terrace. Just to let you know, there are a number of steps between the pool area and the rooms.
This place serves up buffet meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You'll find a choice of hot and cold dishes, as well as desserts, ice-cream and fresh fruit. You can get get branded ice-cream for a little extra. Afternoon tea is served at the poolside from 4pm to 5pm, this includes Danish cookies, cakes and sweets.
Step into the local culture, enjoy the live music and dancing, and take part in a Greek night. This takes place most evenings during high season.
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At least a decent Greek Hotel!
We stayed in the San Giorgio in 2013, 5the greek island in as many years so we thought we knew what to expect. We only paid Â£400 each for 11 nights B&B and wasn't expecting much despite the good reviews. However, this place is quality. Quality accommodation, hospitality, services,pools and atmosphere. If you're like us and have been to some grotty places over the years this place is a great find. We're not egg and chip tourists looking for a fry up and a roast, we want the culture and experience but with cleanliness and value for money. This place was great. it is a free bus ride from Skala but the beach opposite the hotel (cove really, found down a set of old wooden steps) is excellent for snorkelling. Skala is ok, nice and quiet with not too much Brit abroad crap. The driveway into the hotel IS steep so beware if you have problems with mobility. We rented a car for a few days to see the island which was good, just make sure you get a bigger engine than what we had (1 litre) as it is very hilly and mountainous and the car struggled at times If you're like me and read reviews extensively before you book but don't know who is writing the review, and what their standards are, I can assure you that this is no chav haven and is a classy place for the money (yes I'm a snob)More
rabbamonkey, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
Couldnt help you enough the hotel and pools and food was amazing we went for my mother in laws 60th birthday so we rang and ordered it before we flew it was the most amazing cake ive tasted great entertainment lovley and clean only one prob its abit away from skalatown but there is a free bus that takes you to and from the hotel I would definitely stay here again xMore
polly b, Wigan, United Kingdom
Nice hotel but will stay nearer town next time
We stayed here in August/Sept last year and had a wonderful time. The hotel is lovely but the location was the one thing I would change if I go back to Skala. We had read the reviews and didn't think it would matter as we're quite fit, but it did because you have to plan everything which you don't always want to on holiday. The walk took us 40 minutes pottering in flip flops, so inevitably you need to book the minibus first thing in the morning, for your morning and evening ride downtown. Now if that doesn't bother you then I have no other faults with the hotel. Our room was lovely and the balcony was the largest we've ever had. We spentvan evening chilling and eating on it. The breakfast is standard. If you love proper Greek yoghurt then go early as the heat is so intense it soon warms it up and its just not the same. Yes they're are a lot of wasps but that's what you get in Greece in that weather! We ate at the restaurant once but found the food in town better. We hired a car and went to Fiskardo. Noe it is lovely, but be warned its a twisty journey! So if you get car sick you will definitely suffer! Skala beach is lovely and we went there most days and ate at the local beach bar. It was fab value for food. There is also a lovely bakery (Village Bakery I think) in the town so nip there for pastries to take to the beach, their croissants and pain au chocolats were huge!) All in all a lovely hotel and Skala is a nice relaxing place. We will go back but to a different hotel.More
Most relaxing holiday we've ever had!!
After we couldn't deside where to go for our holidays at the beginning of last year. We decided to give the Greek island of Kefalonia a shot....and I couldn't of wished for a more perfect location. Yeah the hotel it up on a steal hill and at the high of heat it can be unpleasant for older people however, the stunning views the hotel offers cannot be ignored!! The hotel offers three fairly sized pools and once little splash pool with a waterfall which is perfect for babies or toddlers who are wetting their feet with their parents! The pools are very clean as well as the pool sides! Whilst relaxing one day the men were out fixing one of the lights which had gone off in the pool which was brilliant. We also had a problem with our door (turned out it wasn't a problem and I had pushed it in so the latch wouldn't unlocks, oops!) but the gentleman came very quickly and wasn't annoyed or angry like most staff would be when I realised it was my fault. The cleaning staff are very polite and go out of their way to speak to you. The lovely lady who cleaned our room even asked us permission if it was alright to clean. Bar, restaurant, reception and snack bar staff alike were all friendly and welcoming, they would do anything for you nothing was a bother. There is a shuttle bus into Skala on a night time if you do not want to walk. I advise that you book around 7:30-8:30 in the morning then you are not worrying about your transport for the night. Then we got a taxi for 5â¬ back to the hotel on a night or once we walked. It was a long way in the dark as there isn't much light however, if we hadn't of walked we would never of bought our underwater camera, which if you are going down to the cove is a must!!! Also a bit of advise take a bag of cheese and onion crisps, crunch them up and feed them to the fish at the cove, they love this!! They also love mushroom pizza! I kid you not!! We hired a car for three days, much more comfortable for getting round the island, however this year we are not going to have the same class of car, it was a class A and well let's just say a tin can is built better, but it was lots of fun and we had great laughs driving it. Dave our rep couldn't be more helpful, he booked our day cruise to Zante and even gave our son an inflatable to keep him safe when stopping for a swim stop, where the water was rather deep! He advised us at what time of the day to see the turtles in the capital, prices, best places to go at what time. He even weighted our cases for use before we left. As with ever hotel the beds are hard but the room was big enough for us for 20â¬ you can hire a safe and on day 5 of our holiday we actually found the fridge!!!! Breakfast is a little hit and miss but if you are like me and don't eat many different foods the Greek yoghurt with honey and fruit is perfect! The food in the resturant is top notch and very enjoyable. We hope to be returning to San Giorgio in August of this year, Yey!!! Cannot wait!More
Emma G, Newcastle
Good but think twice.
Apon arriving at the hotel we was moved to out rooms which were seperate from main complex and involved a 5-10 mins walk from check-in, although this isn't substantial this did mean a walk to breakfast and was too far to pick up the Wi-Fi signal. The 35 minute walk into Skala was too far, and although taxi's weren't expensive if you plan on staying out past 1am you'll need to walk. The food and actual quality of accomodation was excellent. The only reason I wouldn't book again is because it was too far from Skala, which they can't really do anything about.More
Jake B, Reigate, England, United Kingdom
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