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Viewed 12 times in the last 48 hours
  • 1 BR
  • 1 BA
  • 301 sq. ft.
Wonderful! 4.9/5
(8 reviews)
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Cottage #6430089
8
Viewed 68 times in the last 48 hours
  • 3 BR
  • 3 BA
  • 484 sq. ft.
Excellent! 4.6/5
(5 reviews)
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Cottage #4142269
5
Viewed 19 times in the last 48 hours
  • 1 BR
  • 1 BA
  • 592 sq. ft.
Wonderful! 4.8/5
(5 reviews)
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Cottage #2392597
5
Viewed 5 times in the last 48 hours
  • 1 BR
  • 1 BA
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Recent Reviews

Magic

5 of 5
Well if you are looking for a 5⭐️ Hotel this isn't the place for you ! But if you are looking to stay in typical small Greek Villa you have found one of the best!!! The views are to die for. There is a manageable kitchen , now complete with sandwich maker ( which we used to toast bread for breakfast ) used the oven to cook chicken for an evening meal. The outside area is just the best. There is a large table and we used the captains chairs which I found very comfortable. There is a laundry room and an outdoor toilet with a hand shower . So nice to use after the walk home from the beach. There is also the outdoor shower which is a godsend when temperatures hit 46 degrees which it did for us ! Views of the sea and the mountains will stay with me . You can hear dogs barking and cockrills at different times of the day . The walk to the beach took a few minutes over some rough ground then a short walk through a hotel complex. The first beach has lovely restaurants but no sun beds but the sea is amazing. We loved Almiros beach . It was only another 5 minutes round the bay. You could have 2 sun beds and an umbrella for 7 euros and the lady even gave you a bottle of ice cold water each ! The location of Villa Frog has to be the best. So close to supermarkets, bakery and just a little further (no more than 10 min walk) to Agios Nikolaos. There is so much to see and do and over 100 restaurants (most of which overlook the beautiful sea. I think you can gather we had the most wonderful time. Orestis and his family are so kind and helpful, it was so good to know I could contact him if there were any problems which there were none ! Orestis sent very detailed instructions for everything. He even talked to our very Greek taxi driver to give him the final directions. There is a bit of a dirt track road before the drive which taxis refuse to drive on but it is only a 100 yards or so. We would always walk to AN and get a taxi back , I always found it easier to ask to be dropped at the Police station. On our departure Uncle came to take our cases to the police station where we met our taxi. I know this is a long review but I hope it gives a very clear picture of a wonderful place to stay. Thank you Orestis ☀️
  • Review Submitted: Sep 26, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

A beautiful cottage with stunning views

5 of 5
The cottage has been designed and built with great care and attention to detail - there's plenty of room inside for two but the terrace outside has it's own cooking facilities so when the weather's warm you just live outside and take in the views over olive groves and the Mediterranean. Aliki lives next door with her family and gave us a great welcome. Little gifts of fruit and wine made us feel like special guests. She recommended local tavernas, beaches and sites, many of which we'd never have found without her guidance. You need a car to explore the eastern end of the island - there's far more to see and do than we could manage over a week's stay. The mountains are spectacular and there are beaches with very few people around. The food is mostly localy produced and delicious. Fresh fish, fruit and vegetables better than anything available at home. Cretans are friendly, kind and embarrassingly fluent in English. We had a wonderful holiday and would recommend Aliki's cottage.
  • Review Submitted: Oct 22, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2015