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Nellysford, Virginia, USA
Reviewed 27 April 2016

We stayed at Rooms Akrotiri for one night out of season with the result that we long to return for an extended stay in season. We had a large room comfortably furnished in dark wood with a four-poster bed, a mural and a little balcony with a truly wonderful view over the bay. We enjoyed a good dinner and breakfast...

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Reviewed 15 June 2014

We stopped for a short break, this is right on the southern most point of Greece. The Tavern/Restaurant has a great location, the road in-front is not asphalted and all looks a bit like in the Caribbean. Food / we have no view. But all in all a pleasant experience.

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Kingsland, Texas
Reviewed 15 November 2011

Porto Kayio (Porto Kagio) is very near the southern point of Greece, Cape Tanairo. It is a tiny little hamlet that is hidden from view from the highway. You have to purposefully go there. The only road through this tiny town is the beach--and when you arrive at Akroteri, you are in for a treat! Swimming & sunning are right...

2Thank Mary K
Scottsdale, Arizona
Reviewed 12 October 2010

We loved spending two weeks in the Peloponnese, and this charming little hotel added greatly to our overall experience. The rooms are large and have a rustic ambience. Ours faced the harbor with a spacious, private balcony. The staff was friendly, enough English was spoken to meet our needs, and the setting was idyllic. An excellent selection of seafood --...

2Thank terrymarc
Reviewed 30 October 2009

For a start the Mani is a great part of Greece to explore; the middle 'finger' of the Pelopponese , it is remote, rugged and less full of 'grockles' than most parts of Greece. The villages feature fortified tower houses quite different from any other area of Greece. Then right down the end of the Mani you get to this...

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Address: Porto Kayio, Greece
Region: Greece > Peloponnese > Laconia Region > Porto Kayio
Number of rooms: 8
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“Ask for a room at the front with a balcony to the water. Corner rooms are larger.”
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