This isn't a 4 star hotel, as some might suggest, but it's a perfectly respectable 3 star. It's clean, has friendly staff, the plumbing works, and the public areas are well presented.
Lovely location, excellent food, friendly staff.
The menu had a bit more imagination than the usual half a dozen dishes you find on every other restaurant menu, and dishes were well presented and tasted great.
Small word of warning - being basically an al fresco establishment, the local bat population do a bit of an acrobatic display for about 40 minutes around sunset (completely harmless to humans, and fine by me - anything that eats insects gets my vote !), but may unsettle those of a nervous disposition. Go a little bit earlier or later if you wish to avoid this.
Bit of a gem this - food was really, really good - a cut above the usual Lassi/Argostoli fare. Place is run very slickly by a Greek woman who has a Canadian accent.... may explain the on-the-ball service.
I'm a castle fan so stomped up to the top with high hopes, only to be slightly dissappointed by the castle aspect of it. It's very overgrown, with bits of stone peeking out here and there.
Fantastic location, lovely altitude for views, but watch out for opening hours.... we almost had a divorce finding it, got to the top of the steep, hairpin bend access road, and found out it was shut, and was only open till 3 pm (this was at the end of August)