x The average starting price for a place to stay in Saranda is £19 per night.
Rruga Lefter TaloOutstanding 97%
Ksamil 100 m off the road to ButrintAwesome 85%
melodybrewer7 Tani's Bar and guesthouse is in a good position in the centre of Ksamili. The beach is 70 metres away. The rooms are clean and now have air conditioning. There is a bar, shop and internet cafe downstairs. However what makes this place so great is the kindness and friendliness of Tani and his parents. They helped us in all sorts of ways and made our stay memorable. I cannot thank them enough.
Vila Et’Hem Fezga 122 Rruga Mitat Hoxha0 0%
sarahsarah86 Ian, Paul & Kelly are fantastic people/hosts who really made my stay at their place one to remember. They have only just started their hostel, Beni's Place so I thought I would write them a little review to give them a kick-start! Firstly, thank you guys, you are all amazing people and I'm sure your hostel (which is so chilled it feels like stepping into their own shared apartment) will be a huge success! What you can expect from Benny's place (and some of my personal highlights): - a hand-drawn portrait from in-house artist 'Sir' Ian MacQueen - fresh fruit and freshly squeezed orange juice for breakfast - proper coffee for breakfast - drinking games & yoga excercises with Sarah (or Sarah no.2 as you all so smartly named her!! :-D ) - pretty much the best breakfast I've had in a hostel - the amazing view overlooking Corfu - nights out down on the beach (2 minute walk away) - the 3 BBQ nights we had, sorry I couldn't make the 4th ;-)! - their knowledge on Saranda and passion for travel and travellers - the beautiful villa I really don't have anything bad to say about the place or the beautiful people I met there. Friends for life and good luck with your future endeavours. See you next year!!! Missing you all already, mwah x Sarah xxxx
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