Has anyone been to the Margaret Studio Apartments in Kremasti, Rhodes? Can you send me some information please on the studios and on Kremasti itself as I have booked there for September. Thanks in advance.
Kremasti was quiet but each time I go there it seems to be getting busier. Typical Greek town, you will not have any problem finding nightlife or places to eat. The Margaret provides entertainment most evenings, Bar-B Que, bingo, Karaoke, can get drinks quite late here also.
Kremasti very close to Rhodes town, taxis are cheap and frequent. Hope this is of some help, if you have any other questions just ask>>>
the beack is a bit pebbley but you can stop on sunbeds at tassos place where he does food on the beach front.
Any night out has to finish at tommies bar,quizzes,killer darts and bingo
You can pick up a flight for 80 quid return,taxi from airport to hotel is 10 euro and he charges 15 euro per night for a studio or 25 euro for a 1 bedroom appartment.
A 2 week stay should cost 160 quid each for a studio,if you require his phone number,pm me and I will pass it on.
Despite the aircraft noise (which believe it or not you do get used to - not a problem) this is on a fairly quiet road, surrounded by similar properties. It's a very short walk to the village or the beach. The main road through Kremasti is much quieter than it used to be, thanks to new routes bypassing the village centre.
This is a great place to stay as Kremasti is still a greek village, so it feels 'alive' unlike some of the purpose built resorts. You've got the usual shops, bars and restaurants but will still see the old men playing backgammon outside the library!
Great location for sightseeing too, as a bus from the main road (v frequent service) will take you into Rhodes town. Or stop off at the next town Trianda for a larger choice of restaurants, bars and shops. Just inland of Trianda is Filerimos (get a taxi up and if you're brave, walk down!) with it's monastery, ancient ruins and fantastic views across the west coast. By car or taxi, the east coast is easily accesible too - just inland of Kremasti the road cuts right across the island and takes you to Faliraki. A 20 minute drive further down the west coast will take you to ancient Kamiros or Valley of the Butterflies.
Do visit the supermarket, round the corner from the Margaret, the owner (Maria) is a complete loon but lovely with it!!
I cant remember the name of the family ran place that we stayed at. I think it was up past Margaret Studio Apartments on the left. Could someone please put a name to the place. People from other apartments would come to the bar next to it of an evening because of the great atmosphere. The family running it were so friendly that when they found out it was our anniversery, they gave us a bottle of champagne in an ice bucket with two glasses. Would love to go back there sometime.
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