Friendly service and extremely well-appointed rooms in the heart of the old town
You'll find Hotel Acropol tucked away in the narrow, winding streets of Parga's old town. A small, family-run hotel dating back to1884, it was the first hotel in the town. Since then, it's been run by the Zigouris family. Alexis Zigouris, the Swiss-trained chef, and his five brothers all chip in – from working behind the bar to waiting in the hotel's restaurant.
Décor-wise, it's modern and comfortable. In fact, luxury's very much the buzz word, epitomised by the hydro-massaging showers. Each bedroom has comfortable wooden furniture and a balcony, which either look out over the breakfast terrace or the street below. Some even offer partial views of the town's 14th-century castle.
When it comes to food, Continental breakfast is served on the terrace. Come mealtimes, it's transformed into the locally-renowned restaurant, Castello. You can also eat inside where a glass section of floor shows off the wine cellar below with its stock of over 3,500 bottles.
Parga is a town surrounded by olive groves – one of the main sources of local income. Elsewhere, the Venetian castle and a number of beaches are easily reached on foot from the harbourfront, while caiques leave daily to Paxos, which is just 20 kilometres away.
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Enjoy breakfast on the terrace as part of your Bed and Breakfast Board Basis. By night, head here for an aperitif, long drink or a tropical cocktail. Castello's offers you Mediterranean and ethnic dishes with a traditional and innovative twist. Sample the Greek, French, Italian and Asian specialities, with specialist chefs preparing each meal option.
Energise your mind and body, and pamper yourself at the spa. Found at the sister hotel Savator, you can choose from a variety of treatments leaving you feeling rejuvenated. There's transport provided, charges apply.
The dark woods and burnt orange décor sets a pretty stylish evening scene. You can grab a drink from the extensive menu, and take a seat for the night.
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