We arrived late at night, and we were received badly enough, as if we were unexpected, though we had made a reservation months in advance. The owner, Christos, let us waiting without even offering us a seat, and he called his wife, Katerina, shouting loudly, and afterwards poured himself a beer, ignoring us completely. We felt terribly unwelcome, but that was not all. The lady came and led us to a terrible dark room, situated at the lowest level, where everybody walking in or out could see directly into the room. The room was terribly cold, and it took a while until the AC made it reasonably warm (they could have warmed it up before we arrived). The room had a view to the pool, and not to the sea, and the pictures of the apartment provided on the site are definitely not what you get, the rooms are much smaller. We complained that it was not what we booked, and the lady said that she would offer us a room with a view to the sea next morning, which she did. The view from the second room was indeed wonderful, but beside the view, there was nothing else to enjoy: the bedside light bulbs were either missing or not working, there was no TV in the rooms, and no hair drier, as advertised, no toiletries in the bathroom, not even a soap, the towels were old and discolored. As for the kitchen, there were only two electric iron rings where one could barely cook anything except tea or coffee. The pan was dirty, burnt inside (it took a lot to clean it as to be able to use it, since it was the only one), the tea mugs were dirty, there were no garbage bags, no dish-wash, no bowls, and so on. The lady supplied us with everything we asked, but unfortunately there was too much to ask in order to have a comfortable stay. Definitely not the value for the money we paid. And the lady did not offer us a discount for the first night when she made us sleep in the other room. We wouldn't go there again, and we don't recommend it.
We liked the view from the balcony and the intimacy. The room had a wonderful view to the sea, and to Paleokastritsa Monastery, situated up on a hill. Under the balcony there were many olive trees and a lot of vegetation. The lady owing the place, Katerina, was nice and friendly. There was a small parking at the entrance.