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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Primoula Hotel Zagori
Travel Blogs from Zagori
... thinking while hiking along the river how much fun it would be to kayak down it, until we reached our car in a very fulfilled state. This was one of those hikes that was a real winner. Not too long (six miles in total), a good but not absurd amount of elevation gain, and a huge payoff at the end in the monastery. Very hungry by this point we moved on to the town of Konitsa for a bite before heading back to Ioannina. The road to the town was up a very steep route. Soon ...
... make the effort to venture beyond the tourist circles to find them.
That was the case on our amazing day in the mountains of Epirus. With the freedom of our rental car we were off early straight up into the mountains and, boy, do they have some mighty ranges in this part of Greece. We passed many of the historic stone bridges that are prevalent in the area that date from the time of the Turkish occupation built, of course, by the Greeks and paid for by the ...
... a museum of good taste and Greek mountain history. All of the decor in the hotel, from lamps, light fixtures, all furniture, art, rugs, ceilings, tapestries, and everything else was a high-quality antique and the overall appeal was enchanting. We were even more impressed when we were shown our room and felt that we'd really hit the jackpot with this place and were happy to think that we had booked three nights here. After we were shown how the jacuzzi ...
... breads/toast, cakes, fruit, yoghurt, and croissants... yes we're all coming home a size or two larger!!! I'm not sure if I mentioned it but apart from the Hotel in Gefira we have had breakfast included in our room rate everywhere we've stayed. Today we decided to find the stone bridges that the Zagori area is famous for so when Marios asked us at breakfast what we were doing today we told him just that and he suggested we head to Kipi (say Keepe) which confirmed our previous ...
... there are little cobbled laneways crisscrossing the village everywhere and neither one of us seems to have the built in compass that GJ has so we "went the scenic route" back to the main square where we needed a much deserved refreshment.. Deb had her first Retsina of the trip, she's been wanting to have one since the day we arrived, and I had a red wine... of course!! Along with our drinks came a plate of giant beans in tomato sauce ( not like our tomato sauce but a ...