These family-friendly apartments come with a laid-back pool scene and a reputation for first-rate home-cooking.
These bright, traditional-looking studios are only a 10-minute walk from the shops and tavernas in Alykanas. Ten minutes more will get you to the nearest beach – a sandy number that shelves gently into the sea.
The complex has a great pool. It comes with panoramic countryside views and a shallow children’s section. The neighbouring bar, meanwhile, serves home-made dishes, from British favourites to Greek classics.
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Based On 93 reviews
Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Often family-run
- Great settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 4T
- Traditional properties
Food & Drink
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This sizeable pool is set into a sun terrace which is dotted with native palms and ample sunbeds and parasols.
Pool snack bar*
The Pool snack bar offers local and imported drinks and snacks, also with a TV, only showing local channels.
The kids' pool is situated in the corner of the main pool. The depths are separated with safety bars.
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Studio sleeps up to 2 with twin beds, air-conditioning at a charge, TV and balcony with countryside or pool view.
studio with double bed
Studio with double bed sleeps up to 3 with an extra bed. The studio benefits from air-conditioning at a charge, TV and balcony with countryside or pool view.
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If You are looking for a quiet and peaceful holiday this one od highly recommended. Situated in a vine And Olive field short walk from the beach. You can feel the nature around you. This was the first accommodation in many years of travelling which had a very high standard of cleanliness throughought the entire property inside out. Highly recommended.More
A pleasant stay.
Grape vine is set back from the main road in a quiet location. About 15 mins walk to the lovely beach. Our room was very small, but very clean. Room no 6 on the end of the block. It was fine for a week but would feel very cramped for 2 weeks. Andi and her staff are friendly and helpful. Lots of very good taverna a short walk from the hotel.More
25ChrisMartin26, Wokingham, United Kingdom
A little Gem
A very nice and quiet place, not to far from the night life. Some great eating places. Would recommend the Mantalena and the Alkyonis as a must to dine in. Food/Service/Price great. A lovely Island to tour around. Went to a village called Anafonitria had a great meal. The scenery and the people are so nice you will not want to leave. Will be going back again soon.More
steve W, Bolton, United Kingdom
Wonderful staff Horrendous hobbit room .
Firstly I would like to say I cannot fault the staff Andi the manageress is a sweet lady. But and a very very big but ; We were shown to our room number 11 well its the smallest room Ive ever stayed in it measured 14 foot by 12 foot .Into this space was cramped 2 single very hard and very worn beds ,a dressing table,a wardrobe, a bed side cabinet ,and kitchennette .Also the smallest bathroom 6 foot by 5 foot was within this space .With a hand held shower and a very dangerous trip hazard edging to the shower .A rusty nail was poking out of the wall in the shower I caught my back on it several times and bashed my toe on the shower cubicle several times The window had a gap at the bottom and all insects got in through here There also was a huge gap under the front door ..Saving grace was quite a nice balcony measuring 12 foot by 6 foot But a large nail stuck up between the patio doors once again stubbed my foot on it ..Our room overlooked the pool side bar the noise from here was dreadful ,horrible music played all day and evening and the noise level from other guests was awful .The noise heard every night and day was doors banging ,people sneezing, coughing, belching, and every other noise imaginable the walls are so thin . One night we were awake nearly all night as a couple had a big row and trashed their room smashing the bed ,nothing was done to tell them to be quiet as the whole of the other appartments were all awake . Another night we were kept awake by the drunken people below chattering away very loudly once again nothing done to tell them to be quiet . Free Wifi is advertised it does not work .!!!!!! If you go here for your holiday you may enjoy this type of experience but Im sorry to say we did not . Alykanas itself is a boring out of the way village with nothing to do except sit in bars or resturants . The scenery is very pretty but you cannot base your holiday on scenery .More
mhaycox, Akbuk, Turkey
Best little gem we've discovered.
Booked a last minute holiday on Friday night and left for Grapevine studios on Sunday morning.We were apprehensive but on arrival our marvellous greeting from Andi had our fears melting away. We were the first flight on the island and the first people to check in for the new season.The room was typical greek although larger than average which was a surprise after reading some reviews.The balcony had stunning views over alykanas and kefalonia in the background.The food was amazing (some of the best we've tasted in all the parts of greece we've been)both in the hotel and in the town.Nothing was too much trouble for all the staff and Andi,they enjoyed teaching me more Greek as much as I did learning it. The season soon picked up with other arrivals on Tuesday wich gave a real buzz to the town without being overly busy.The music at the bar was not overpowering or too loud and was a refreshing change to be a good mix of 'proper' songs and not your usual 'boom boom boom' modern rubbish.We met lots of guests and enjoyed all the chats with some we now miss dearly. (Dave&Michelle,Ted&Sheila,Michael&Iris to name a few).Hi if you all see this. We were only there a week but were both extremely sad to leave (wifey in tears) our paradise on earth and our newest friends behind.Very nice place in general and equally nice people. Most of all we miss Andi,to echo what previous reviews have said she has a charm that makes you feel happy to be there.A geniune lady. We will definitely be going back to our new greek home.Hope you do too... Mike & Sarah Parkinson. ..More
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