You’ll find great food and a friendly atmosphere at these apartments, a favourite with TripAdvisor reviewers.
Given how small this family-run place is – there are just 22 apartments – the pool is a really good size. Home-made food is served all day, and the hotel has views across open fields and olive groves.
The apartments are in a quiet spot just outside Tingaki. It’s a 10-minute walk to shops and tavernas, and when you fancy the beach, Tingaki’s sandy number is a 20-minute walk away.
This hotel is part of our 3T favourites range until April 2017.
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Based On 249 reviews
Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Properties with a traditional feel
- Often family-run
- Picturesque settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 5T
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This curvy number is lined with sunloungers and parasols, plus it's in easy reach of the pool bar.
A weekly barbecue is held here. With seating under the shade and local drinks and snacks to chose from. Within the bar is a small lounge area with comfy seats where you can watch TV.
Just next to the main pool, circular in shape and with safety bars to divide the depths. Sunbeds with parasols can be found close by.
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studio with balcony
These light and airy studios come with a balcony for that bit of outdoor space. They have a twin bedroom, and a kitchenette for all your culinary needs. And you'll also find air-conditioning*, and a TV included.
1 bedroom apartment with balcony
These apartments have a relaxed feel, with their neutral tones and simple furnishings. They come with a balcony for that added outdoor space. And there's a lounge area, along with a kitchenette for all your culinary needs. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning*, and a TV included. These apartments sleep 4 with a twin bedroom, and 2 sofa-beds in the lounge.
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Warm Greek family welcome!
Family run, warm family welcome, spotlessly clean everywhere. Large swimming pool, close to walk 10 mins to fabulous beach ! Lots of quiet spots, sunshades, water sports and jet ski. Five mins to supermarket . Kos town 10 minutes on bus, interesting castle and bus available to historic first hospital. Trips to other Greek islands available, or trip to Turkey. Great water park ,worth a day out! We truly loved this holiday....The Mayflower Greek night is an absolute MUST!!! Enjoy!More
Lovely Family and a warm welcome
We have been coming to the Mayflower for many years now and feel like part of the family . The rooms are basic but kept spotless cant fault them Have made many friends here and they as us, come back some times twice a year . The pool for most is the big draw cleaned every night and lit up.and looks fab . Christo's makes the best drinks and the best host at night on the bar nothing is to much trouble . The barbecue night's are a must great cooked food and dancing to you drop We have stayed other similar accommodation but this beats them Will be returning again to our second home 05/17 Anita/Steve.More
Great, absolutely great.
This was our third visit and there'll be more. Everything that needs to be said has been said by ourselves previously and many others. First class, highly recommended and we look forward to returning. Gordon+Sam.More
Friendly and clean
Had a lovely holiday at the mayflower very friendly and made you feel at home from the moment we arrived. Couldn't fault the mayflower everyone so warm and friendly. Our group was 6 adults ranging from 26yrs to 78yrs. We had 1 bed apartment x2 very clean. Maids came in everyday except sunday. Towels changed every other day. Greek night is a must and although there was only 25 of us that attended it was still brilliant. Breakfast was very good and the home made jam just amazing. We had an English breakfast everyday with toast and jam orange juice and a tea or coffee which cost â¬6 each well worth it. Christos and his family are lovely couldn't fault anyone who was working there. All the staff greet you with a warm smile and always acknowledge you. Everyone worked hard to help all their guests to have a lovely relaxing time. Swimming pool quite big and plenty of sun beds. Anyone who says that the family don't treat you well if it's your first time is lying. It was our first visit to Kos and I read all reviews only to really find one moaning the bar was shut at 1.30am and that christos was very rude which to be honest as a family run he does have to consider everyone else that wish to sleep. And 1.30am is late enough. If you want late night boozing go to Ibiza and party. Christos is a very caring person along with everyone else that works there. Nothing was too much they care for everyone. They can help you with anything you wish to know where to eat, visit etc. our first visit but hopefully not our last. Thankyou christos for your warm hospitality. If you take a trip to the 3 Island tour do go on the Katrina well worth â¬20 pp they provide a lovely meal after your first stop then a bit later you have a doughnut and later a massive slive of water melon. They entertain all ages from very young to elderly. My parents loved it and they are in their late 70s. Everyone dressed up as pirates and we all did Greek dancing. Music for all ages. If you do holiday in tigaki make sure you go for a evening meal at 7days mamas cooking Irene was very helpful we went for a meze 6 adults and she picked everything for us a bit of everything more or less and if there is a particular dish you like she will give you more of it. Food was amazing a must try and for 6 adults all fed and watered for a very good price of â¬91. 00More
Last minute break
Just returned from a one week stay at the Mayflower. The family that own the business are very friendly, the apartments are clean and tidy and the pool is lovely. The hotel is set back off the main road but still only a 5 minute walk to local restaurants and shops and 20 minutes from the beach. I would say the apartments offer good value for money. Only points to be aware of are...you dont really have tv in the room...you have one news channel. Not really an issue for us but might be for some people...also aircon is payable separately at 10 euros a night and to extend your room checkout is 25 euros. Again not a negative but might help to know this if travelling on a budget. If you get chance visit the local bakery...all of the restaurants we ate at were lovely with the exception of one which i cant recall what it was called but it has a sign outside saying the best steak house in Kos...believe me its not. I would be happy to return to the Mayflower and Kos in general.More
Christopher J, 187065
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