A superb place for couples or families to stay. Rooms were clean, pool was superb and Lucy and George looked after us wonderfully. The family who took their guitars and played hits from the 70s into the night were a scream. Main beach/village is only a short walk away. Do check out the turtle conservation centre opposite. The only drawback was the road which tended to get a bit noisy first thing in the morning, and the pool is a bit deep for small children. However, we had a brilliant holiday and are looking forward to going back next year!
We visited Katelios this year and stayed at the Blue Sea. we intend to re-visit next year and Doumas sounds even better. Can someone describe where it is and which tour operators run packages there?
We stayed in Katelios last year and it was fabulous. We're looking to return this year and have been thumbing the brochures - there seems some confusion over whether "Hara" has its own pool or shares with other apartments. Can anyone enlighten me?
Thanks. Ashley Hathaway
Could anyone tell me whether the Hara has its own pool?
We only visited Fiskardo for one day, but it was memorable for the little bakery on the corner of the harbour. The baklava (and i speak as one with experience of all things swet and gooey!) was out of this world. THe whole thing was so dripping with honey and rosewater that I had to wash off in the sea as it had dribbled up my arms, down my chin etc. Buy some!
Cheers for the pool ionfo - we have booked with olympic for this year
We've booked at Hara this year - it sounds wondrful. Can anyone describe where it is - say, in relation to the duckpond or to the mini-market?
We have just returned from Hara's studios - a fantastic place to stay. Hara met us and made us feel like old friends as well as being there at 7.30 am to bid us goodbye this morning. Rooms are spotless, linen is changed frequently and the setting is wonderful. Roll on next year!
We ate there twice this year - the specials were excellent (roast lamb and grilled pork on the occasions in question). A couple of the staff do seem to need sense of humour implants, but, hey - they're British like us and so aren't supposed to enjoy waiting on tables. CDs were good, Monday night band were hilarious (think Smith and Jones playout with bass and keyboard). Animal entertainment was first rate - ducks, geese, cats and a dog crossed with a hearth rug.
Would dfinitely recommend it!
Fantastic - quiet clean and very friendly