I am a great believer in fate and karma so when things happen to you I really do think that it’s more than just chance. One thing that my sister always says to me is that “things happen for a reason” and I agree with her!
As most people know this year is not so good business wise in Agios Stefanos. I think mainly because people are cautious with their spending along with other economic reasons. So when an article appears in the Telegraph about your establishment and along with just 4 other hotels when there are endless amounts of them in Corfu, you feel very proud! One hopes that other than yourself, others have seen the article as well!
The score of 7 out of 10 is in fact due to Mr. Dubin giving us 5 out of 10 for location and 5 out of 10 for the rooms, both of which I totally disagree as they are both unrealistic. Not that I think my hotel is a 10 out of 10 but certainly at least 8 out of 10.
Entitled Fall under the spell of Corfu – travel with the experts written by Marc Dubin on 20th August in the Telegraph.
Nafsika Hotel 7/10 (score)
This cult beachfront family-run hotel, on the south end of the Corfiot northwest coast, seems like an Eighties Greek-resort time capsule, with basic rooms but superior welcome, a pool-cum-bar and an in-house restaurant. The service from Spyros, the manager, his parents and their entire staff is assiduous. The 15 basic rooms may be ripe for a makeover but are kept spotless, while Mama Theodora’s chip-free homestyle greek cooking attracts a considerable walk-in-trade.
Location: South end of San Stefanos on the northwest coast. Price: Doubles from £45. Details http://www.nafsikahotel.com