Because the valley is so peaceful, our first night was disturbed by another guest holding forth until the small hours on the balcony next to ours! Sound carries when it's quiet. Not the hotel's fault. The freshly-cooked breakfast items could have been better and the TV was hilariously small and retro - but we didn't come on holiday to watch TV, we went to the beach instead. More English-language books in the library would be nice.
We loved so much about our stay at Lefkes Village. Our room had a beautiful bed, was cleaned to perfection daily, and the private balcony caught an amazing sunrise over Naxos (when we were up early enough to see them!). The location is great, in a small, pretty village high in the hills (you need a car to get around). This feels like a hotel that's in harmony with its surroundings rather than a generic, ugly resort superimposed on a formerly pleasant area of natural beauty. You can walk into the village in a few minutes - there's a great restaurant called Aranto pretty much at the end of the drive, we stayed 6 nights and ate there 3 of them - and little winding streets, flowers, cats...the whole package. The hotel restaurant itself is open in season only, but they opened exceptionally one evening of our stay and the food was very good, quite different and interesting. Breakfast is a buffet, the only problem is stopping yourself going back for more! Staff were friendly and very keen to please, booking us a horse riding expedition and making us fresh coffee for breakfast, etc. If you get a chance make sure you check out the small museum and even meet the owner Mr Pittas who is a wealth of information on the Aegean islands and their culture. Paros is so small you can get around easily, and Lefkes so central it makes for a perfect base.