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Epirus and Thessaly Hotels

Doupiani House

  • $

Pros

  • Extensive and successful renovation
  • Ideal combo of comfort and tradition

Cons

  • Not all rooms have a nice view (request in advance)

Updated 05/26/2011

Fodor's Review

Reside in a traditional stone-and-wood hotel set amid vineyards in the upper reaches of the idyllic village of Kastraki. Each room—with a luxurious carved double bed, oak floors, and cupboards—has a balcony with panoramic views of both Meteora and Kastraki. Vivacious owner Toula Naki serves breakfast (extra charge, but the produce is local) around the pergola in the large garden, which is perfumed with the scent of roses, jasmine, and honeysuckle. If you have enough

stamina, you can walk to the monasteries from here; the hotel can put you in touch with Thanassis Nakis, who will happily provide you with his excellent homemade area hiking maps.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Kastrakiou, left off main road to Meteora, near Cave Camping, Kastraki, 42200, Greece

Phone:

24320-77555; 24320-24078; 24320-75326

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 17 rooms

Updated 05/26/2011

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