It doesn't have a pool, but I guess is ok since I went to the beach every day.
There's no staff available to help you out, a woman just gives you a map when you do the check in and then dissapeared.
You have to pay cash, no credit card accepted, although is a very common practice in Greece. So if you stay here, remember to bring cash!
VERY hard to find, there is no sign or anything that indicated it's a pension... And that is weird...
I walked for probably 30 minutes around the pension looking for it and asking people to help me find it... It doesn't have any signs, not even a number, but once you know where it is, it's great because is sooo close of everything (most important, the bus station that take you to all the great beaches).
The single room was clean and comfortable BUT I asked for a double bed, and got 2 twin beds instead, so I asked for a change of rooms to the woman that did my "check in", and her answer was "put the beds together", not very nice..
WIFI in the room and a small fridge. Also sope, shampoo, towels, everything you need available in the room.