Liberatos Village - (Accommodation in Lassi)

Kathy D          1/10

 Liberatos Village looks beautiful on the outside and has a stunning views - it should have it take 15 mins to climb up to it from the road - and it's a hard climb! It only costs 5 eros to take a taxi up any time you go out and I would recommend you do this.  If you hire a car you'll find it will only take this hill in first gear and coaches can't get up it so you'll probably have to change from your airport coach to a taxi - as we did.

Our appartment was dirty. Only one bath towel was supplied for two people.  There was no hot water available until 10pm on the day of our arrival (at 1pm) and no hot water on any late afternoon or evening. The bed cover was torn.  The plumbing was faulty and the toilet cistern filled all night making a racket. The cupboard door handles broke off in our hands. The kettle was downright dangerous - cheap and nasty with a short flex which, due to lack of points, meant it could only be used by placing it on the very edge of the work surface with the spout facing outward. My partner scalded his hand.  The shop charges at least twice the price you will pay if you want to walk down to the road. To be fair most of these things were put right when we complained but who wants to spend their entire holiday complaining!

Lassi Resort - (Resorts on Kefalonia)

Kathy D          8/10

Lassi is a beautiful resort with a good choice of restaurants (and I would especially recommend Nefeli's Restaurant for a wornderful choice, excellant friendly service and good prices).  The beaches are lovely.  You should hire a car to see Kefalonia properly - if you've got a good head for heights! We used CBR for our car hire. Brilliant service, contracts in English and it does exactly what it says on the tin. Nice cars, no hidden extras.  They also arranged our excursions.  Good prices and good service.

Be careful when booking as some of the villas are a long walk from the main road and beach and up very steep, bending roads - especially dangerous and difficult if you're taking the kids. We stayed at the Liberatos Village and this I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND (see comments on Liberatos board).
It costs 5 eros to take a taxi to Agostoli or there is a bus in the holiday season.  There are cash machines and CBR or other agents will exchange money for you at a reasonable rate.