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We had a wonderful time at Syrrako hotel. The rooms were clean and warm, with a spectacular view of the mountains. Tasty and homemade breakfast. The kids were very happy playing out without the fear of the cars. The hospitallity was great!!! For sure we...More
Clean, warm and cosy. Great homemade breakfast next to the fireplace by the grandma ... who was wearing a mesh-chef hat while cooking! On the cons: hard mattress and "stiff" pillows affecting sleep comfort ... my most important factor for relaxation. The ambient of the...More
Located in the stunning village of Syrrako, this hotel, a converted primary school, stands proud in the centre of the village with stunning views from the bedrooms. As another reviewer commented it's not the easiest of villages to reach in the Southern Pindos mountains -...More
once again we failed choseing a hotel.. ordering through Booking!.
I checked & rechecked the diractin on therir site and arrived on May 19 in a heavy rain to the village gate that is to narrow to pass by car.I"m sure that there is another...More
In one of the most exiting traditional stone mountain village's of N. Greece, SYRRAKO, the homonym hotel definitely worth the name of it.
Excellent location, amazing surrounding probably better than Alps,clean and large rooms, warm and friendly hospitality (Ms Erasmia is the key person for...More
I don't know if you did finally visit Syrrako, but as I see the question I think it would be good to answer. I'm not the owner of the hotel but Syrrako is my village so I know some things. Driving time from Preveza is... More
I don't know if you did finally visit Syrrako, but as I see the question I think it would be good to answer. I'm not the owner of the hotel but Syrrako is my village so I know some things. Driving time from Preveza is between 2,5 to 3,5 hours, depends on the speed you drive. To go to Kalarites it takes about 45 minutes in a relaxed pace and 45 minutes to return. I'm not the right person to speak about navigation, I think 4 days will be ok (3 nights), but if I were you I should stay a couple of days more just to enjoy the stay. That's all about the rest of your questions, I say again I don't know much about the hotel, even if my uncle is the owner :P