Nothing to add really to the positive things already said. Sure, the rooms are somewhat small but the welcome from George is larger than what you would get from a five star hotel. George is willing to recommend restaurants nearby. The one directly opposite had a fine view but the cooking left much to be desired. Everything stewed to death. I had a goat stew which was a truly appalling dish, filled with tiny dangerous bones as bad as Greek rabbit stew or Chinese duck dishes. That is not George's fault: just try the salad dishes instead with a local wine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In Mycenaean times, Delphi, which was called "Rocky Pytho"€� by Homer, was sanctuary of a female deity, Ge, who gave oracles through a prophetess. Family-run friendly, warm atmosphere. Comfortable lounge fireplace, air-conditioning, cafe bar, central heating, bathrooms, TV set, breakfast, coffee, pastries, drinks. Emphasis on cleanliness of all rooms. The hotel is centrally located near all public services and places of interest. Things to do: visit the Archaeological Museum, the Archaeological Sites, Sikelianos, Stately Home Open Sports Centre: (Volleyball, Tennis, Basketball) shops, restaurants, cafes, bars. There is easy access to Parnassus Ski Centre and the nearby villages for one-day trips. Unique combination ofmountainous landscape, the olive groves and the sea. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pitho Rooms Delphi