This pleasant hotel was built in 1850 as a doctors residence and was later used as a girls school. It has eight spacious, tastefully furnished rooms. Each room has been named after a famous mountain top in Greece. During the restoration of the building, the original character has been preserved as much as possible. Fretwork ceilings dating back 150 years still adorn the entrance and can also be found upstairs. All rooms have a shower and toilet (2 rooms have a Jacuzzi bath) and most of the rooms also have a fireplace.
The owners, Jiannis en Rita Kirligitsis, attach much value to the Greek tradition and give their guests a warm welcome, making sure they feel at home. In the hotels restaurant, the owners prepare fresh regional dishes daily (also catering for the vegetarians) with ingredients from their own garden or the surrounding countryside. Most of the bread is homemade and Ritas favourite pursuit is making jams, marmalades and liqueurs. You will find them in several special flavours such as elderberry and chanterelle. Jiannis also makes his own red wine and sipero (raki).
You can taste the delicious homemade jams with the extensive breakfast.