The Kerveli Village Hotel's idyllic setting

The Kerveli Village Hotel's idyllic setting

The Kerveli Village Hotel's idyllic setting Typical guestroom Panoramic views from the pool The hotel seen from the sea Beach below the hotel The covered terrace The hotel's jetty

Kerveli Village Hotel

North-East Aegean IslandsSamos › Kerveli

Standing in beautiful gardens leading down to the sea, this popular hotel has been attractively designed to complement its natural surroundings.

The Kerveli Village Hotel enjoys a privileged position on an olive-clad slope above the sea, commanding panoramic views across the beautiful bay of Kerveli to the Turkish coast, where in the evenings the lights of Kusadasi can be seen twinkling romantically. This most attractive hotel adds a dash of sophistication to the idyllic, unspoilt hamlet of Kerveli.

Furnished and decorated with commendable taste and attention to detail, an elegant Italian-style villa houses the reception, bar and restaurant, whilst the 62 equally stylish guestrooms are arranged in several smaller buildings dotted across a delightful mature garden. Each room is very comfortably furnished and benefits from an attractively tiled shower room, air-conditioning and a spacious terrace or balcony with lovely views across the garden, or captivating sea views at a supplement.

The grounds are just as appealing as the rooms, although it should be noted that the steepness of the terrain makes the hotel unsuitable for those with walking difficulties. Surrounding the lovely swimming pool is a large terrace where you can socialise with your fellow guests, whilst for those who prefer to doze in seclusion there are shady areas amongst the olive trees on the way down to the two tiny shingle coves by the sea which are reached by 100 steps leading down from the pool area.

Kerveli's main beach is a 5-minute walk downhill and boasts a local taverna for those occasions when you fancy a change from the hotel's own appealing restaurant. For those who simply wish to relax, swim, walk and perhaps enjoy the odd game of tennis there is therefore no need for a car, although you may well choose to hire one for part of your holiday in order to explore the island. The pretty harbour town of Pythagorion is just 15 minutes drive away and lively Samos Town just a little further, as are the ancient site of Heraion, the charming monasteries of Agia Zoni and Zoodochos Pigi, and the many other delightful beaches to be found in this part of the island.

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