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All reviewstea or coffeeextra eurorooms are basicair contoast and jamnext yearadd eggsfirst floorper daysmall terracelovely pool areagreek yogurtgreat funtwo weeksbar is openbreakfast is servedgreat holiday
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Reviewed 14 August 2013

We have just spent 11 nights at the paleo inn. It's a family run business that caters for adults only so there no brats running around screaming. The family/staff are really friendly and helpful the rooms are standard with a fridge in,...which we had to turn off at night because of the noise they make. air conditioning is a must at 6euros a day and well worth it because the nights are very very hot!! The bed was comfortable and sheets and towels were changed very two days. There is a pool bar open until 1:30 am where you can also buy snacks and meals. There is also a safe facility to store your money and passports etc. at a small cost. Sky TV and pool table also available. The Greek night is a must !! And you can join in with the family dancing in traditional style with fire and plate smashing. The pool is very clean with plenty of loungers. Near to local stoney or shale beaches, a beautiful monastery, aquarium and loads of bars and restaurants. a must is a trip to Corfu old town!! You can catch the bus 50 yards up the road. All in all a fantastic little hotel with only 18 rooms so a max of 36 people at any one time. GO !!

Room Tip: Get a room on the sunrise side so after noon it is in the shade and helps cool it down a little. All the rooms are the same.
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2  Thank Dave T
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Reviewed 9 August 2013

All the staff at the Paleo are warm and welcoming and great fun. If the lovely girls in the kitchen forget what you breakfast order is it will be as a result of "being in love with a younger man"!! Such a calm spot to rest by the pool away from the bustling crowd but only a ten min walk to a beach. To be aware though that the proximity of the closest beaches are only accessible vis some steps, stoney. Manageable even after a new hip but if you a new visitor with perhaps some mobility difficulties, you may wish to check this out further. Do hire a boat and visit all the beaches that are inaccessible via road. If you can hire a quad bike and head over the mountain to Sidari or the many wonderful villages on the way for a wonderful lunch in parts that the madding crowd do not get to it is a must. Will be back again

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3  Thank KENO1Uk
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

rooms basic but very clean staff made holiday a wonderful experience nicos spiros and andreas and all there family good food.many good tavernas locally great pool relaxing area will be returning soon.tony and jackie

Room Tip: corner suits get more sun but all good
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2  Thank jackie g
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

We stayed here for two weeks during July,found it basic but we knew that at booking,maid service 6 times a week,they kept the rooms pretty clean,the beds in our room were extremely hard even for Greece.The pool area and bar area were very clean,Nic the Barman is a friendly likeable guy as is the lady who does the breakfast,talking of which is Greek,toast coffee,juice,jam but if you want eggs it's only 1euro for two,scrambled,poached,fried etc.Went to the first Greek night but it was a bit disjointed,couldn't find the music,then it was the wrong music,left halfway through,maybe just an off night,the quiz nights were fun though.Pleasant enough place,maybe if being a bit picky it could do with a bit of tlc,

Room Tip: We had lower floor room which overlooked the neighbours garden,not unpleasant but not panoramic either.
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2  Thank ballack9
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

We have just come back from a week at the Paleo Inn. I wish it could have been longer. The inn is settled nicely surrounded by hills and trees in the town of Paleokastritsa, far away from the clubbing louts of Kavos although plenty of visitors from all over the island come to Paleokastritsa for the day. Andreas the owner is one of the nicest people I have met and I soon came to realise just why so many people keep coming back. The other staff are so pleasant and chilled, conversation with them is easy and natural and they are ever so helpful and like a good joke.

The Inn is lovely and typically Greek structured. The rooms are to the rear of the complex behind (above) the bar, patio and pool areas. The rooms are very similar in size and shape and offer just what you would want if you were only to stay in them for sleeping, washing and preparing for the day. There are no leisure facilities in the room and to be honest who wants to spend a lot of time in them when faced with everything else on offer outside anyway. Each room has a balcony/porch which are admittedly small but each one has its own time of day where you can be shaded. The rooms are classed as 1st floor or 2nd floor rooms. A few rooms at the back of the 1st floor do not have air conditioning but the staff will give you a fan if required and the patio doors can be locked ajar to allow for a breeze through. Air conditional comes in the other rooms, but naturally a small fee applies per night if you want to sleep in the cold. Any worries about the safety of valuables can be resolved by the security deposit boxes on offer in reception (at a very small cost per day). The rooms are cleaned everyday (except Sundays) and new towels provided every other day. I always found our room to be exceptionally clean given the climate and age of the building.

The breakfast is fine by all accounts, Juice, tea/coffee, bread/toast/cheese and ham or cereal as standard. You can add eggs (cooked in various ways), Greek yoghurt (in a much larger portion than a supermarket serving) or a full on cooked breakfast. The additonal items are extra charge but so minimal it is inconsequential. Noting the climate in Cofu it is understandable why breakfast is the way it is. The old adage – eat little and often in hot weather – perfectly sums up what your attitude to food should be while out here and the price of other food (lunch, dinner, snacks etc) is great! You can get a very filling meal for under £10 for 2. Spiros, one of the staff loves cooking so be sure to make a point of getting him to cook for you!!

There is an air conditioned lounge area inside by reception with a bar, pool table, sky TV and dartboard. Free Wifi also extends from this area to the bar area but does not reach out to the pool. There is also a reception area with information about transfer departures, a swap shop style book shelf and space to leave checked out luggage (handy if your transfer is 7 hours after checkout time).

The pool is amazing, large and quiet with deep and shallow ends. A large Tree covers the bottom of the pool area and provides a good few hours of shade in peak sun hours. The loungers are comfortable and stable, plenty of sunshades around and you can even enjoy the Swallows swooping in for a quick drink on the fly if you stay still long enough. A changing room, shower and toilet is in very close proximity.

The pool does back onto the road though and passing traffic is noticeable but not disruptive. The only annoyance for me this whole holiday was the Crickets chirping for hours on end during the day. They do it so frequently that it actually sounds like a water irrigation system for the lush green plants.

The bar is open until 1:30 am and offers a great selection of beers, cocktails, wines and spirits. Expect international beers to be more expensive naturally but the local beers and wine are still excellent.

Andreas puts on an amazing BBQ with Greek fire dancing and plate smashing on Sunday nights. The atmosphere there is great with lots of people (myself included) getting up and having a go (after the flames have gone out and the plates have all been smashed). I was disappointed that it was not as busy as it could have been but it is the choice of each guest whether or not they want to come along and it appears to be available only to guests. There is also a Quiz night on a Wednesday which I would describe as being just like a pub/social club quiz. First prize being a round of drinks and free to enter.

One thing I did notice was that there is no pushy presence of the holiday rep. He/she turns up twice a week to chat about all the extras you can buy, whereas you can quite easily get yourself a scooter, quad bike, car or even a speed boat for cheaper if you shop around and go and explore on your own accord.

Nightime at the inn is just lovely. The pool closes at 8pm (dinner time) and a breeze wafts through the bar cooling you down after a hard day sunbathing. The background music is very varied and will definitely suit every music taste.

I noted on a few reviews here that people refer to ‘stray cats’. Speaking to the owners of the many surrounding restaurants you can establish that all the cats are owned by them and are fed regularly. The option of feeding the cats at the Paleo Inn is available but seems to be a simple reaction to customer request rather than kindness. Of course the cats are slimmer than in England due to difference in weather – they don’t need reams of fat to keep them warm. We had the pleasure of visiting the restaurant next door whilst a baby kitten was being weaned there.

Room Tip: Try to avoid the rear rooms on the 1st floor due to no aircon, apart from that there is no real difference.
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9  Thank Richard B
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