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TravelPod Member ReviewsTokin House Bitola
Good, simple, clean accommodation with an unbeatable location, just steps from the main pedestrian street - close enough to the action, but far enough away to enjoy a quiet night's rest. Nice little courtyard for sitting, covered with grape vines.
Staff is great, very kind, treating you like guests rather than paying customers, very happy to chat with you and get to know you. Only suggestion I have is to skip the breakfast - you can probably do better on your own for the price.
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