Great location right on sea front. Super pool which was never over busy. Rooms clean & reasonable size but the towels were as rough as hell(don't know who did the laundry)! Superb gardens ablaze with colour.
The breakfast is a waste of time, but so what.The food at the hotel was not the best but there are loads of top quality eating places in Skala.If you want a fridge(you can't possibly survive 2 weeks without one it costs 30 Euros) & the air con. was 80 Euros I think, although we managed without I don't think I could in July or August.
The bar & restaurant staff are superb especially Natasha & Costas who were so friendly.
Overall the best of all the Greek islands we have visited with the best quality food & the friendliest locals & from our travels around we thought Skala was the best resort to be staying in.
Lunch time eating place. Do a great omelette & cooling glass of beer right next to the Tara Beach Hotel just across from the beach.
Ate at this restaurant twice & on each occasion had an enjoyable meal.
Prices very reasonable compared to some others.I had the Kefalonian meat pie which I tried at several restaurants(got a taste for it)& rated this one as about average to good.
Great location with wonderful view out over the sea.
I had lamb with oven potatoes which was very good.
Gets very busy around 8.00pm & after so you might have wait for a table.
Ate here on a very warm evening & could'nt get a table in the garden area so ate under cover & found it very sticky.
The food was OK but on the expensive side. Plenty of better places to eat.
A busy restaurant which always seemed to have customers waiting for tables.
I had the chicken stuffed with spinach & cheese which was excellent.
Service good & prices not too expensive.
Must disagree with most comments by others or perhaps we caught them on a bad night.
The staff were the most unfriendly we came across. The food was average fare & was certainly cheaper than most we tried.
We waited until 9.20pm for the famous plate smashing but gave up & went to the Loft for a beer.
Ate here one night & found it very satisfactory on all accounts.
No complaints about the quality of the food although I can't remember what I had to eat(guess it was the Kefalonian meat pie).
Possibly the smartest toilets in town.
Don't know what the previous contributor was on about.This was the best place we ate at & I definately recommend their Kefalonian meat pie(excellent).The crockery was smart, cutlery new & clean, staff all immaculate & very attentive.
Joseph the barman was an artist with his cocktails, don't waste money on a suite if you are having a cocktail afterwards as you get enough fruit on the top for two.Happy hour prices after 10.00pm.
Hope to put a picture of Joseph on the site when I get my films developed.
First place I tried the Kefalonian meat pie - different to all the others but very nice & a challenge to big eaters.Our friends who are vegetarians struggled to find a great choice but both agreed that the charcoal grilled Tuna steak was one of the best meals they had.
Very busy & finding a table for 4 at 8.30 pm was a bit lucky.
Staff OK but too busy to find time to chat.
Would have eaten here more often if up to me as I liked the look of the menu but not great for vegetarians.