ABC Sweet Home: village of Agios Ioannis, Sidari, Corfu, Greece only £132.40pp (based on 2) inc. flights (from Bristol), luggage, transfers @ Tui
312°Expired

ABC Sweet Home: village of Agios Ioannis, Sidari, Corfu, Greece only £132.40pp (based on 2) inc. flights (from Bristol), luggage, transfers @ Tui

11
Found 26th Jun
Excellent price if you are lucky enought to be able to go on a last minute holiday. Flights are this Thursday. Scores a very decent 4/5 on TripAdvisor too.


The family-run ABC Sweet Home is in a quiet village of Agios Ioannis, 10 minutes’ walk from the beach. You’re not cut off from all the action, though – a 3-minute drive takes you to the centre of town.

The ABC Sweet Home is in Agios Ioannis, 10 minutes’ walk from a sandy beach and 20 from Sidari’s centre. It’s a small, family-run place that gets rave reviews for its warm welcome and friendly service.

Studios and apartments are set in peach and terracotta-painted buildings, which are dotted around lush gardens along with a swimming pool and bar.

Just so you know, rooms are cleaned upon arrival, towels are changed once a week and waste is removed every two days.
2969027.jpg

2969027.jpg2969027.jpg2969027.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

11 Comments
Probably hotter here... Save your money...... good price though

Check the reviews .... not good
Edited by: "Fox_meister" 26th Jun
Sidari is fantastic, if you can go don't hesitate! Go!
We are already booked up for nx year
bloody typical cannot find any good deals from the 1st of july for 7 days from bristol.
Avoid .. Avoid .. Avoid .. !!!!! Went there last year for 2 weeks. Worst place I’ve ever been in Greece. The place is tired and dirty. Read the reviews. Left after a week and found alternative accommodation. So did another couple. Corfu itself is beautiful though.
So its probably worth mentioning, as the post above is slightly right, Corfu (and Sidari in general) is going through a lot of trouble at the minute.

They have a massive rubbish problem, there is literally nowhere left to put it and as such the towns and resorts are filthy. Rubbish is just being dumped in side streets and of course that leaves a lot of problems (smell and rats)

The thing with holidays is and always has been, if its too good to be true then it likely is. If TUI, a national company, cant sell a holiday to the point they are giving it away for £130pp then there is a good reason for it.

As someone that goes to Greece a lot go to

Crete - Ignore Malia and the rep it has. Stallis is a lovely resort for families and young people

Kos - Everyone knows Kardamena as one of the original 18-30 resort but the Island banned all 18-30 mentions and hotels 5 years ago and they have turned Kardamena into a family orientated, harbor resort with nice resuraunts. I went there last summer for £250pp

Cyprus - Everyone knows what its like but Ive heard nothing but great things from anyone that has gone there in the last couple of years.
Sweet home Alabama!! I’d love it but I have kids. Hire a car and visit old Perithia, Mount Pantokrator, Coufu old town and have lunch in “Rouvas” I recommend the artichoke and peas, epic..
I really liked the place, just came back last month. I paid a similar price for this holiday so even though the place is kind of tired (and there is a slight rubbish problem) it's worth it for the beach and views.
The_Hypnotoad10 h, 24 m ago

So its probably worth mentioning, as the post above is slightly right, …So its probably worth mentioning, as the post above is slightly right, Corfu (and Sidari in general) is going through a lot of trouble at the minute.They have a massive rubbish problem, there is literally nowhere left to put it and as such the towns and resorts are filthy. Rubbish is just being dumped in side streets and of course that leaves a lot of problems (smell and rats)The thing with holidays is and always has been, if its too good to be true then it likely is. If TUI, a national company, cant sell a holiday to the point they are giving it away for £130pp then there is a good reason for it.As someone that goes to Greece a lot go toCrete - Ignore Malia and the rep it has. Stallis is a lovely resort for families and young peopleKos - Everyone knows Kardamena as one of the original 18-30 resort but the Island banned all 18-30 mentions and hotels 5 years ago and they have turned Kardamena into a family orientated, harbor resort with nice resuraunts. I went there last summer for £250ppCyprus - Everyone knows what its like but Ive heard nothing but great things from anyone that has gone there in the last couple of years.


Have to disagree, last year I booked a last minute from TUI £100pp for 2 weeks in Zante full package. Apartments were amazing and had one of the best family holidays we’ve ever had! There are bargains out there just make sure you read reviews.
If i booked a holiday like this based on two people going and at last minute one person couldnt go ....could I still go alone ? Reason I'm asking see a lot of hols and single supplement is crazy and its often cheaper for two going on deals. Just wonder if i rocked up alone theyd be like nope you have to have the other person named with you. I quite fancy a trip solo to chill in the sun on a beach away from it all and everyone ...
no longer available
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text