This place has one of the best pools in town and comes with a chic à la carte restaurant, too.
This family-run place has won itself a high rating on TripAdvisor. It’s small and cosy, but within its leafy grounds lies one of the biggest pools in Parga and a modern Greek à la carte restaurant.
It’s a 5-minute walk down to Piso Krioneri beach, a sand-and-shingle cove that’s good for snorkelling. And it’s double the time to Parga’s centre where you’ll find bars and tavernas at the harbour and old town.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 165 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
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Make a splash in one of the largest pools in Parga. If you'd prefer to unwind, grab a sunbed and relax in the shade under a parasol, on the large palm-dotted terrace. And so the little ones don't feel left out, they have their own separate section of the pool.
5 Senses Greek restaurant*
For breakfast and dinner. Sample the many outstanding dishes by night at the 5 Senses restaurant. With its modern and chic surroundings, you’re able to experience a variety of Greek cuisine, with a Mediterranean twist.
Enjoy a coffee, exotic cocktail or an alcoholic beverage at the poolside bar. If you're feeling peckish, grab a snack and take advantage of the al fresco dining, on the veranda overlooking the pool.
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double room with balcony
These spacious double rooms are a great base for exploring the surrounding area. You'll also get a balcony, a child's bed, and air-conditioning.
single room with balcony
These single rooms are a great base for exploring the surrounding area. You'll also get a balcony and air-conditioning.
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Great little hotel with lots of repeat guests
Lovely clean small friendly family run hotel. Breakfast good and plentiful , lunch at the poolside was tasty and very reasonably priced . The best red wine ever - lovely and light and again reasonably priced. Relaxing days around the pool. All rooms have a bath and also a balcony and fridge .More
No need for an alarm clock.
Recently back from a two week stay , we were in room 32 which is above the kitchen so we were woken around 7am as they got ready for breakfast. After reading all the reviews before travelling I had high expectations,the room we had was very average twin beds,small bathroom with a half bath with a shower above . Very small balcony which overlooked the pool and the school, and didn't get any sun ,which might have been good in the summer but in the middle of October not so good. There are only 3 rooms at that back 31 which is above the bar , 32 & 33 which are above the kitchen . All the rooms looked to be different. On the plus side you do get a fridge and hairdryer,there was plenty of hot water and everywhere was very clean and the staff were very friendly, however the towels were like cardboard. The breakfasts were good apart from the synthetic orange juice. The hotel is in a good position 10 minutes walk into town on the flat, there is a supermarket opposite but it was closed when we were there , people were buying water but there is no need the tap water tasted fine. Parga is really lovely and there are some great walks with fabulous views but all uphill. Meteora and Vikos are must do trips but unfortunately the trip to Albania had finished as had the water taxisMore
Just had an extremely relaxing week at the Alfa Hotel. The hotel is spotless throughout, including the grounds. The rooms are well equipped and have a fridge and balcony, towels are changed every day. The breakfast is excellent with a large choice and tea and coffee are always really hot. The lobby is big with settees and a book exchange. best of all the staff are really lovely. I can see why so many people come back year after year. Many thanks Dimitri and Lazurus. P.S. Parga is very beautifulMore
Came here in the penultimate week of the year for a relaxing holiday. The first thing to notice was that many of the guests were on a repeat visit - we were soon to find out why. The Manager - Dimitri - was calm and knowledgeable with a ready smile. The pool was more than adequate (although the water was on the cold side) and the rooms were cleaned regularly and thoroughly. We stayed B&B (although many of the guests were staying half-board) and the breakfasts were excellent without any of the cost-cutting you often get with buffet breakfasts. Nearly all the guests were pensioners which suited us just fine. I cannot honestly think of a negative thing to say - just remembered a minor one, the walls are a bit thin and the plumbing makes a lot of noise when other guests use the loo at night. A minor point, however.More
Lived up to Reviews
We booked this small and friendly hotel after reading all the wonderful reviews and we were not disappointed. The bedroom was basic and the bed comfortable. A hairdryer is positioned by the dressing table and mirror. There is a fridge in the room. The balcony was a reasonable size but the chairs were not very comfortable. The hotel was spotlessly clean. There is a book swap and a comfortable lounge area. The location is ideal a short stroll from the beach and harbour with supermarkets close by and also a couple of restaurants. We ate in the hotel's 5 Senses restaurant eight times in our two week break and enjoyed every meal. The service was excellent and prices were competitive. Thanks to all the staff for helping to make it a most enjoyable holiday.More
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