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Kassiopi Bay Hotel Reviews
4 Star Hotel & apartments e situated on the beautiful small picturesque village Kassiopi, Northeast of Corfu, 35 klm from Corfu Town and the airport. Kassiopi Bay Hotel consists of totally 24 apartments in 4 different buildings, on an amphitheatric and quiet area just 30 meters from the best beaches of Kassiopi and 100 meters from the village. Kassiopi Bay include swimming pool with sun beds and umbrellas, small bar reception service and playground place for the children. All of our comfortable apts. consist of kitchen, TV, bathroom and balconies with wonderful sea view.
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Re: Couldn't have done better
by Mya_36 on May 24, 2006 06:52 pm
After deciding to travel around Corfu on my weeks stay I booked into Kassiopi Bay Hotel & apartments for a
couple of nights. The accomodation was compact however staying alone it was perfect (some rooms are bigger) but it could quite easily have been great for three. With basic hob, kettle and kitchen equipment not sure how much cooking you could do but who wants to cook on holiday anyway. A facility for free book swap also available at reception. The pool was uninterrupted overlooking the sea with ferries passing regularly with great views of the mountains of Albania. A short walk downhill led to the quay with lovely little bars offering good food. The three brothers has specials with a set meal for 1 with a glass of wine for 10 Euro's. Janis bar is on the main beach through the village and served lovely food (if not a bit pricey). The only thing letting the village down is its lack of beach, but with the great pool with lovely views at the apartments who needs a beach!

Re: Spectacular views at the Kassiopi Bay
by Dawn-Katrina on Nov 27, 2006 09:28 pm
We stayed at the Kassiopi Bay in October 2006. We were given a front line apartment with amazing views over
the sea across to Albania. The apartment consisted of a ground floor with tiny kitchenette, table, bed settee and shower room. Upstairs a mezane level with 2 single beds and wardrobe. Enough roon for 2 but would have been a squeeze for 3. The beds very, very hard. The apartment was kept very clean until half way through the week when the cleaner went home, at this point we were left completely alone, no bins being emptyed, cleaning done or anything! The pool of Kassiopi Bay is set in an amzing setting with beautifully kept grounds and gardens however the pool itself very dirty, didnt risk a swim. The hot water in room worked intermittently occasionally on all the time then a few days with nothing! We paid a little over £140 for the week which was brilliant value for money. However should we have had a back room which overlooked the back of the apartments in front I dont think we would have thought it so good. Would visit again but would take pillows and insist on a front line room

Re: Absolut Quality
by Katygriff on August 21, 2007 11:31 pm
On holiday me and my fiancé Dave are not the type of people who like to stay in one place and just explore that area, instead we opt for the more adventurous path of getting out and seeing the sights. When given a relatively small island like Corfu we couldn't help but just pinpoint a place on the map and just go not knowing what it will be like. This is how we ended up in Kassiopi and it was quite a pleasant day we spent there.
The drive to Kassiopi across the North coast is quite pleasant to be honest and then the sign for Kassiopi kind of takes you by surprise and diverts you from the main road. When we drove into Kassiopi we thought it was very quaint and I did not think there was anything there as we were driving down these small winding streets that were so long. Also as you are driving around Kassiopi there is not much room for pedestrians and cars so we were panicking about where to park. When we got out of the streets though and saw the sea and all of the boats it all looked very holidayish and beautiful and set against a back drop of gorgeous green hills and on first impressions we thought it looked very impressive but still quite a small place.

Re: About Kassiopi, Corfu
by Administrator on Nov 04, 2008 10:29 pm
The small fishing village of Kassiopi is on the north eastern tip of Corfu, about 22 miles from Corfu Town. Kassiopi is reached by a winding road that leads around the foot of Mount Pantokrator with views over to Albania, it is an attractive, colourful resort. The narrow main street is lined with a wonderful variety of tavernas and bars, shops selling locally produced lace and crocheted items, and small mini markets. The brand new white walled, red roofed villas have sprung up all over Kassiopi and are dominated by the ruins of an ancient old castle. When the Romans took over the island in 227BC, it was a natural stopping place on sea routes, and many famous people are believed to have visited the village including the Emperor Nero. There are four beaches within Kassiopi which are all small and pebbly. The numerous bars and the Passion nightclub give the resort a considerable appeal to young holidaymakers. There is a local bus to Corfu Town throughout the week and once on a Sunday. Getting to Kassiopi from Corfu airport is a joy in its self, the trip has some breathtaking scenery and views and takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes by coach.

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