Kotoni Bed & Breakfast

Address: Lagjia Palorto No.8, Gjirokaster, 00355, Albania | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Lagjia Palorto No.8, Gjirokaster, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKotoni Bed & Breakfast Gjirokaster

    Reviewed by gilshamir1

    like ataing at your favorite auntie home

    Reviewed Aug 25, 2012
    by (9 reviews) nir-oz , Israel Flag of Israel

    we stay in kotoni for 2 nights,vita and haxhi welcome us with hot cup of tea and a big smile. helped us with everything we need, from laundry, through orientation instractions and tips about restaurants, banks, shops, shortcuts to hidden places, and up to writing notes in albanian to bus drivers instructing them to help us. we had to leave in the early morning bus to tirana so vita woke up at 04:30 to provide us a large breakfast "to go". it was nice to chat with them and the other guests in the afternoon.the rooms are vey clean and comfortable, view from the room was breathtaking.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Kotoni Bed & Breakfast Gjirokaster

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