The 4-star Guesthouse Driofillo is centrally situated in Elati. It features romantic rooms with fireplace and satellite LCD TV, and offers traditional regional cuisine. Wi-Fi is free throughout.The homely guest rooms feature wooden floors, handmade furnishings and luxurious fabrics and carpets. From their private balconies guests enjoy views of the garden or Mount Pindos. Room service is provided.The Driofillo Guesthouse offers a daily breakfast. Regional home-cooked dishes are served at Diofillo’s traditional restaurant. The hotel’s lounge bar with fireplace serves drinks in a warm and casual setting. BBQ facilities are provided on site.Driofillo’s front desk can arrange massage appointments, and offers ironing and laundry service. Free private parking facilities are provided.
Epirus. On the sandy shores of the endless Epirot coastline in Western Greece, from Preveza to Parga you will discover a secret paradise on earth. Visiting Guesthouse Driofillo you will experience the vision of harmony and balance, an ode to timeless beauty that unravels the cares of the soul. During your stay in Guesthouse Driofillo, take every opportunity to discover the wonderful Epirot unspoilt villages, which have been called poetry in stone because of their exceptional architecture, like those in the Zagoria district, Metsovo, and Syrrako or Kalarrytes in the Tzoumerka range. Guesthouse Driofillo is located at Elati, ZazorochOia, Elati, 44007, Greece and this is certainly an ideal location to explore Epirus, the most mountainous region in Greece, which is instead blessed with a lush and soaring landscape reminiscent of Scotland at its finest, mountain villages to rival (whisper it) the best of Provence, and that gloriously unspoilt Ionian Sea coastline. Come and be our guest at Guesthouse Driofillo and discover a densely forested landscape (home to brown bears, wolves and jackals), lonely clifftop monasteries, soul-stirring mountain vistas, low-key seaside resorts and skies patrolled by birds of prey including golden eagles. Its easy to see why the Greeks have been keeping Epirus a secret from the world for so long.
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