“A beautifully appointed house in a Greek village near Corinth” A wonderful experience for our three generation family reunion. The house easily accommodated the 7 of us, and the three young children were thrilled with the toys. We ate all our meals on the terrace outside, and loved the feeling of being part of the street community.
Everyone else's comments apply to us too, we would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone wanting a true Greek village experience. The owners, Anastasia and Jim in Canada. were extremely prompt with communication and their efforts made our stay memorable. The caretaker Mina is very caring and helpful, and our young teenage neighbour Georgia extremely competent with English which is a great help in a village environment where few people speak English. We loved the Friday produce markets - don't miss them.
It would be difficult to explore the area without a car. The highlight of our day trips was to the beautiful cove at the Heiron archaeological ruins just past Limni Vouliagmenis (an inland lake with safe swimming in crystal clear water). Approx one hour drive to get there through Corinth to Loutraki (a very pretty tourist spa town) and on to Lake Vouliagmenis. Continue to the end of the road at the peninsula where there is a lighthouse and ruins. There is quite a steep path down to the beach and to the ruins adjoining the beach...don't hesitate to make the effort, it has the feel of a secret cove on a Greek island! (can view it on Google maps to the west of Limni Vouliagmenis)
Another wonderful day trip is to Napflion and the amphitheatre at Epidauros, (over 2000 years old) where at the top of the seating for 14,000 people you can hear a whisper from the stage area, or a coin drop.
We enjoyed our stay so much we returned for our last night in Greece, after staying at Paris Village apartments in Chrani near Kalamata, another wonderful family experience.