We spent 4 wonderful nights at the Lost Unicorn hotel and enjoyed every minute of it, including the amazing garden for a lush breakfast and 2 delicious dinners. We also made the most of the roof terrace and acute advice from Clare of the hiking trails nearby, a fabulous stay altogether!
There are no new photos of the rooms for a reason! I don’t know which one is more outdated: the random racist remarks of the lady who checked us in or the rooms in this hotel… The hotel has a very charming look from outside as does the village it is located but once you get inside, first the smell of the mold hits you, then the unpleasant hosts… If you’re looking for value for less and/or comfort for more, this is neither of them. In case you’re really fascinated with the unicorns and the greenery outside, just stay at any other place in the village and come to take photos of this one.
If you like unusual. If you like being cared for like close family. If you love waking up and going to sleep surrounded by beauty. If you like absolutely delicious breakfasts. If you like great showers, lovely bedclothes, cute little balconies. Then this gem is for you. Thank you Clare and Christos. You have a beautiful, no, gorgeous hotel. We loved being your guests.
Beautiful hotel almost in the middle of nowhere. Visited in autumn without a car and there are plenty of wonderful paths and forest walks to enjoy around. Super quiet and the ambience is perfect for couples or a family getaway. The setting is amazing, full of green (there's a treehouse too!), the aesthetic of the hotel is breathtaking, so relaxing and full of things to do (books, board games, activities etc). Breakfast is rich and yummy, dinner on the terrace is equally delicious! Very picturesque and classy overall, makes you not want to leave. Perfect for any season, will definitely go back!
An unusual combination of the boutique and the rather grand. Lots of atmosphere. The hotel is in a verdant and peaceful mountainous setting. Clare, who runs it with her Greek husband, Cristof, showed me up to a very comfortable room and made some sensible suggestions about how to spend my week. So I spent a day walking, a day touring the peninsular, and so on. On day four I located a deserted cove with an olive grove leading down to the sea between Horto and Milina which was idyllic. All amenities are to hand and a very generous breakfast served up in the morning. Exceptionally good value for money. Must be one of the best hotels by far in Pelion.