Hotel detailed



  • Sea View
  • Private parking
  • Kitchen
  • Air conditioner
  • Sandy Beach
  • In the town center
  • Close to beach
  • TV

Owner's description

At the seaside settlement of Neos Marmaras you will meet House Papatzikos - traditional guest house. It is a two-floor building with traditional structure, adapted for the demands of a contemporary guest room for all the seasons. 

Its accommodation capability is five double-bed rooms, three triple-bed rooms, one four-bed room and an apartment with two rooms with four-five beds. All the rooms provide WC, TV, air-conditioning, fridge, kitchen and parking.

From House Papatzikos there is the possibility for interesting escapes to the extensive physical environment and easy approach to the magical beaches of Neos Marmaras, to Agion Oros, to the traditional settlement of Parthenonas, to the touristic complex of Porto Carras and to the archaeological places of Halkidiki.

The traditional color and the contemporary comforts together with the friendly smile are in your disposal to make a different relation with the area, with the building, with the sea, with the people and finally with yourself.

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    Naum Strezov30.05.2018 22:22:39

    Dali svaka soba ima svoj balkon (terasa)? Rezervirao sam trokrevetnu sobu ali nisam siguran za zasebnu terasu.


    Dragana 88403.07.2015 16:57:20

    Do you have free 4 bed apartment from 19. - 28. july and how much it cost for one day? Regards!