The difference between Hostel and our Bed& Breakfast is that at our Bed and Breakfast youll share the space with less people and have more free space for yourself.
Youll also get more time with the staff to get answers to your questions and find the destinations you want! Our B&B is in a multi-storey building; each floor has only one apartment and the same features:
There are four separate bedrooms in the apartments (two rooms with three single beds and two rooms with a large double bed), with a TV in each room. Each apartment is 118m, with a washing machine, two WC, as well as a fully-equipped kitchen with a stove, oven and all you need to feel at home. Theres also a computer terminal in case you don't have laptop with you, as well as free Wi-Fi. Our rates include free breakfast, 24hr hot water and heaters in every room.
The bus and metro stop is only about 3 minutes away by foot. Were 10-15 minutes walk from the Central Train Station in Athens (Larisa station), the Acropolis, museum of Acropolis, the temple of Zeus, Syntagma Square (Parliament), the National Garden, Monastyraky Square (the name comes from a small monastery from the ancient times), the ancient market (Agora), Keramykos museum and park and Gazi (an area in Athens with clubs and restaurants). Its about 30 minutes walk to Likavitos hill, where you can find a small white church and an amazing view of all of Athens, the sea and the Acropolis. The Acropolis and all museums are free in on Sundays!
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