I was very impressed by the personal service. Asking the charming waitress - Annastasia - which of the specials was best, she would always decalre something to be "fantastic!". I was never disappointed. Later I learnt that she was biased, as her mum cooked the food [and her dad made the wine]. I met Irene here, who was very good company, but sadly never saw her again. If I go to Kefalonia again, the friendliness of the folks at the Socrates will be a major motivation.
I was veryt pleased with my apartment - it had everything I needed and the location was fine. I had a small problem with my plumbing [not my plumbing - that all worked just fine - I mean the plumbing in the apartment!], but that was fixed very promptly with no hassle. I'd certainly consider going back there.
I didn't stay here, but visited the pool bar for lunch a few times and found the [English] lady, who ran it during the day, to be very friendly. Also, the guy who looked after the pool, Kristos, was clearly a true Kefolonian, as he was extremely generous [I am not going to give details, as it will encourage others to make requests]. I was very touched by his small act of kindness and that is exactly the kind of thing that may make me return to the island.