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We were given a room that normally is for staff, at the edge of the hostel. The dust, the dirt and the warms we could handle. The spiders we could handle. But the huge lizards and their babies that could come INSIDE the room from...More
Stayed at Amarakos inn about 10 years ago and liked how authentic it was even the owner could not speak English so it was a struggle to communicate .The inn is miles from the nearest village so its a must to have a car as...More
Yes believe the bad reviews! I have been doing agrotourism for over 3 years now, and of course was not expecting 5 star hotel amenities. However, having soap to wash yourself with in the bathroom is not asking for much. Additionally, the check-in check-out was...More
This is rural Cyprus, so its important to say that it won't suit everyone. If your idea of a hotel is slick, corporate service with 4/5 facilities this may not be for you. However, if you're after a traditionally built old inn, and comfortable stay...More
This place was chosen for us, as part of a hiking holiday, and we had not checked Tripadvisor. The lady owner was very overbearing and bossy. She had a very peculiar approach to customer service. She treated us like children, so it was no surprise...More
US$54 - US$220 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"probably best upstairs as their is gaps under the doors and anything could come in."