Kyrimai, situated just off the southernmost tip of Mani in rural Greece, is a 19th century hotel with over 150 years of history. The former home of a successful trader from Syros, Theodore Kyrimis, has been lovingly restored into a secluded, peaceful getaway with original features, including wooden ceilings, antique floor tiles, complemented by earthy colours and luxurious natural fabrics.
This completely unique and utterly endearing boutique hotel, located in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, has a variety of rooms and suites. All 22 rooms at Kyrimai are entirely different in terms of shape, size and configuration, and many with wonderful views over the sea, mountains and Gerolimenas Bay.
Rooms at Kyrimai Hotel that stand out, include the Tower House, with a thrilling climb and an extra single bed, it's a fun option for small families. Whereas, the Master Suite, with it's vast, decadent space split over two levels and lovely little balcony overlooking the sea, is perfect for honeymooners. The team at Kyrimai are warm and hospitable, while the fantastic Greek cuisine on offer at the restaurant is a real highlight.
- Young families
- Couples or friends travelling together
- Wannabe historians
Things to do at Kyrimai:
- Learn more about the history of the area, building, and family by browsing the collection of books and records
- Relax by the pool overlooking the sea
- Play a game of pool
- Sample the creations of Michelin-starred chef Christoforos Peskias and his team, as well as carefully selected Greek wines at Kyrimai's restaurant
Things to do nearby:
- Join a boat or charter your own and cruise around the Peloponnese coast
- Explore the ruins and mythology of Ancient Greece
- Enjoy riding excursions in the open countryside surrounding Kyrimai
Note bene: The Peloponnese on the whole is a quiet and authentic region - and the area surrounding Kyrimai is no exception. While it can feel heavenly for work-weary adults or eloping couples, younger guests may wish that there was more to do, especially, as on the coast, there are no immediate beaches.