Every nature-lover, eco-tourist and city dweller who wants a break is going to love this place. Preserving the gorgeous local architecture of the region, The Rocabella Hellenikon with its restaurant and bar will impress you with the mix of tradition and modernity, as well as with all the nature-filled possibilities around.
Inner peace meets nature
Get ready for some quality hiking, kayaking and rafting around the Lousios River and gorge. You’ll come across all types of fauna and flora, taking in the energy of the mountain. The region boasts enchanting monasteries, historic caves and breathtaking traditional villages such as Vitina, Stemnitsa and Dimitsana, in addition to the proud little village of Ellinikon where the guesthouse lies. Whether you prefer chestnut picking or exploring the ruins of Ancient Gortys nearby, this place is going to put a spell on you. In the meantime, yoga and Meditation lovers will revel in the nature’s areas and could find the guesthouse a perfect place to connect with the universe.
Touch of luxury
After a day exploring the nature and nearby villages, you’ll look forward to coming back to Ellinikon for some perfect relaxation. The 10 rooms of this hotel are furnished with an air of luxury, complete with quality toiletries, hairdryer, air conditioning, private balcony and much more. Added hotel facilities such as small fitness area, play room with a ping-pong table, children’s outdoor playground, garden, ample parking and free Wi-Fi internet add to the range of activities. It is worthy to note that the hotel permits pets and sleeps them in a designated area outside the rooms.
The mountainous villages of Arcadia can produce very good food. The hotel itself boasts a delicious gourmet restaurant that serves both lunch and dinner, preparing them with fresh local and regional ingredients. Needless to say, there’s a rich breakfast buffet in the morning complete with savory pies, cakes, country bread, Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, local honey and homemade jams that will put you on a good start for the day. The village has two local restaurants (‘tavernas’) and a couple of other small eateries including a coffee shop, so prepare to gain a few more calories that you can always hike off later in the week. Beyond the good food and great premises, you’ll find yourself welcomed by a warm and knowledgeable team that will help point out the best of this traditional property.