This is not so much a negative point as just a little caveat: if you are afraid of large dogs or allergic to them, this might not be an ideal place for you to stay. While Pablo, the German shephard, is very friendly, playful, and completely non-threatening, he does spend time at the reception and on the terrace.
Caveat 2: the sea-view rooms do also face the town's main road (about 75 m away, down the hill), so during the day there is a bit of traffic noise. This will not bother you at night at all, though, because of the excellent double-paned windows that keep out what little traffic noise still occurs at night.
Litsa really goes out of her way to make all her guests happy and content! She will organise anything from rental cars or scooters, to boat tickets, and a free pick-up from the harbour. She is a very attentive host! It is very nice to have your breakfast on the common terrace.
It really is only about 6 mins walk into the centre of town, though the bus stop is about 10 - 12 mins walk away. There's a little town beach just 2 mins walk down the hill, and it's easy to catch the shuttle boats to the nicer beaches further along the bay. I would definitely recommend getting an appartment with kitchen and sea-view - the equipment there is really such that you can make your own dinners, and it's lovely to relax on your terrace in the evening. The mattrasses are really comfy, the rooms all have nice decoration touches, and everything is squeaky clean!
I would definitely recommend staying here!