I put the sand down as poor as it does not exist, in its place are huge white pebbles that somehow dispite there size get in your shoes. The breath taking views are well worth the trip down there though and you get the impression that you'v just walked on to a bond film.
The beach hut bar served great cocktails "zombies" that helped you get through the heat of the day,
I found that rooms were shabby/basic and that the pool side toilets were worse, the location was not too bad ( i like to walk). I think the place could have had a nicer atmosphere and i would definetly warn anyone from going bed and breakfast ( its an assortment of pieces of bread or a 1 euro discount of a "full" english) the pool was nice though.
I would say that if you visit kefalonia than this is a must,The stairs are a little daunting but the caves are well worth it, take a camera and a jacket as it can be cold. And watch all the oldtimers beat you up the stairs. dont wear flip flops as i nearly broke my neck.
another must,footwear with a grip needed again and for the five minutes your down there it can get cold. if your lucky you ll get the singing walls ice cream man who informs you of the depth of the water by shouting at you at regular intervals, stunning scenery presented with greek humor
When we were drinking in here there was a power cut wich was blamed on 'somthing or another' we all carried on regardless, great atmosphere and music even if the red flame efect things were a bit dodgy would recomend to all including familys with children
The weather was just right and we had the added bonus of not having to que anywhere, (although the castle was not open). all the bars were open and all though they were not full,they were n't exactly empty and lacking in atmosphere. I was quite happy as i could still sleep at night and it only rained for 10 min one day