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Restaurant

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Slow-cooked meats, Local fish, homemade breads and traditional recipes that have been roasting, baking, grilled and making in our Kitchen with the same love and passion we cook in our home.

The menu of our restaurant will amaze you with the fresh ingredients, used for salads,  a big selection of local meat from the best farms of Kos countryside  and  fine wine from our vineyard.
Our team is ready to welcome you and offer an unforgettable delicious experience…

The kitchen layout is such as to allow the arrangement of seminars on traditional local and  Greek cooking as well as the preparation of homemade marmalades, spoon sweets and cheese.

ROOM SERVICE

If you prefer to have breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner in your room, we offer room service at a small charge.

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Our hotel nicely tucked away from the crowds is located on the hills near the sea 500m away, and about 4km outskirts of Mastichari Village.

Kos International Airport is at a distance of 7 km, while the busy town of Kos is 26 km away.

From the port of Mastichari there are daily departures bound for the island of Kalymnos

Kos and Dodecanese

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WELCOME TO KOS! THE BEAUTIFULL ISLAND OF FATHER OF MEDICINE HIPPOCRATES!

 

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Kos Island

Kos is the second largest island of the Dodecanese, having perhaps the most significant history among them due to medicine. The island has been inhabited for 6000 years and the names given to it over the ages are anything but accidental as most of them refer to healing. It has for example been called «ISLAND OF THE BLISSFULL» as people lived there blissfully and serenely.

HIPPOCRATES

HIPPOCRATES made his island famous worldwide since it was in KOS that medical knowledge was essentially systematized. The first hospitals were founded in KOS and the first doctors were trained by the father of medicine on his island.

HIPPOCRATES studied philosophy, rhetoric, and the natural phenomena through HERACLETU’S scrolls. He travelled widely through the then known world During his journeys he found himself in DELOS, the PELOPONESEAN WAR, and in Athens, which he saved from a cholera epidemic.

Athenians initiated him to the Eleusinian Rites, bestowed upon him a golden wreath and, declared him an honorary citizen of Athens. His background and faith science distinguish him worldwide as THE FATHER OF MEDICINE and KOS became known as the island of healing.

KOS today is one of the most cosmopolitan islands of the Eastern Aegean, being the host to a large number of tourists from all over Europe each year. The island’s historical monuments dated from ancient times to the Turkish and Italian occupations, give the visitor the chance to wander through different phases of Greek history.
The fertile land s in combination with the white sand tropical beaches etch themselves in the visitor’s memory in such a way that he is compelled to come back next year.

Easy access to many small and large nearby islands – such as Rhodes, Kalymnos, Nisyros – enable the visitor to have KOS as a base for one day excursions.

The island of knights – beautiful Rhodes.

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Rhodes is one of the largest Greek islands.  The Visitor would admire the impressive castle and the old town of Rhodes. But Rhodes is an island of contrasts and beauty lies precisely in these conflicts: the cosmopolitan resorts and undiscovered beaches, the villages that ere not be spoiled by tourism and the castle city of Rhodes and Lindos, the sunny Aegean landscapes and green oases of coolness waiting to be discovered. This is Rhodes!

Patmos, the island of Apocalypses.

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The northest island in the complex of Dodecanese was to be reminded as the most holy land of Orthodoxy. The island, where in 95BC Ioannis wrote Apocalypses, is a land of worship for all Greek and orthodox.
Patmos is possessed of unique beauties.  The endless blue of Aegean sea, long lacy shores and small, protected from the winds, ports, justify the decision of every traveler to visit this special Aegean island.
It is remarkable that in 1981 Patmos, was characterized by a special law from the Parliament of Greece as a Holy Island. Also from 1999 it is considered as a Monument of International Cultural Inheritance by UNESCO.

Kalymnos

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It is famous as the island of sponge divers, due to its long tradition in this job. Big part of the island’s financial robustness and fame is based upon it.
Kalymnos is a hilly island. Wild landscapes with imposing rocky bulks attract the attention and are ideal for climbing and ambulatory routes. Despite all these, sea has always been the master in the island’s life. The island of sponge divers owes its rumor to the depth of the sea. That’s why it is the favorite destination for the lovers of diving and fish gun. While its beautiful beaches with clear shores and crystal waters relax visitors.

Symi

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In the beginnings of the 20th century Symi was the capital of Dodecanese and the biggest sponge center in Greece. It had developed shipping and was the merchant power of that time. This financial robustness is shown even today in the aristocratic style of the town.
In the cove of Panormitis is situated the monastery of Angel Michael. It is the most important religious monument in the island and one of the most important monasteries in Dodecanese. Distinguishes the carven chancel screen full of oblations and a golden icon of the Saint found in the place where the monastery was built. The oblations that seamen put in bottles are kept in the ambry, as it is said that the sea “takes” them “out”. The icon is considered thaumaturgy and according to locals, if someone does not fulfill his promise, the Saint goes and takes it by himself. That’s why people call him “Thief”.

Nisyros, The Volcano island

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The island’s existence and route in time is marked by the volcano, which for centuries burnt in the bowels of the earth. The volcano itself – even today that it is not active – is the most important natural site of Nisyros.
What make Nisyros different are the alterations of scenery. The wild beauty of black rocks gives its place to green landscapes and sea pictures give their place to graphic settlements with white houses and multi coloured shutters.
Nisyros is also famous for its therapeutic sources known from the times of Ippokrates.
A visit to the Knights’ Castle, built in 1315 on the top of hill is a must.
In the Castle’s yard was built the monastery of Panagia Spiliani in 1600. For its construction there were used architectonic members of antiquities. In the monasteries interior distinguishes the icon of Panagia Spiliani, the island’s protector.

Lipsi

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Lipsi is a small quiet island 11n. m. east of Patmos and 8n.m. north of Leros. It has a ground of 16sq. km. Its few permanent residents work with the cultivation of land and fishing.
The island has no tourist development and keeps its authentic Aegean identity. It is the ideal summer destination for those seeking for some calm and privacy.
The graphic settlement with white houses extends around the port. In the central square you will find taverns and traditional coffeehouses. Locals and travelers become one and entertain with traditional music and red wine.

Leros

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A paradise with endless green fields and lacy shores. The island that Artemis  (Goddess of hunting) chose as her residence. The dreamy scenery is completed with exotic beaches, graphic settlements and important historic monuments proving the long human existence in the island.

Mastichari

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Mastichari is the coastal village of Antimachia.

Mastichari is located on the west coast of the Island, 22 km west of Kos Town and it is the second port. It is a traditional village famous for its numerous fishermen who offer fresh fish at popular fish houses located only 20 two 30 meters from the beach.The beach, which  is about 5 km long, is very popular and attracts thousands of tourists each year. Its clear blue water and white sand give it an exotic touch.  You can also enjoy the most beautiful sunsets on the island.  The place combines tranquility and serenity, intensity and fun. 

10+1  things to do in  Mastichari 

Honey Festival, Antimachia

  • This 1-day honey festival is rather a sweet celebration. Literally, in fact, as it’s a chance to sample the fruits of the local bees. That means you can dip into honey jelly, tuck into pancakes drizzled with honey and give the loukoumades – honey-soaked doughnuts – a go. And you’ll get a demonstration of traditional Greek dancing, too. Antimachia is just 10 minutes’ drive away

Mooch around Antimahia village

  • The village of Antimahia is set 4 kilometres back from the port at Mastichari. It’s famous for its honey and its handmade weavings, but there’s also layer upon layer of history – up to 3 centuries-worth – in the stone walls of the churches and traditional homesteads. A dirt track from the settlement wends for 4 kilometres to the ruins of a Medieval castle, which serves up great views over the island.

Hurtle down the slides at Lido Water Park

  • Mastichari is around 10 minutes’ drive from one of the largest water parks in the Aegean. Lido Water Park packs in a massive wave pool and a lazy river, plus tonnes of go-faster slides. The list includes the Black Hole, the Kamikaze, and the Spacebowl. There’s a stack of restaurants and snack bars, plus sunbeds with parasols, when you’re ready to get your breath back.

Treat yourself  to  Greek  mementos

  • Beach towels, inflatables, suncream, disposable cameras and sarongs – for a small place, Mastichari has done a pretty good job of covering your basic shopping needs. And if you’re looking for mementos to take home, there’s jewellery, pottery and some very snugly-looking Greek slippers. There’s a good choice for handmade sandals, ouzo, olive oil   and olive oil soaps

Try some Greek dancing at a friendly bar

  • Clubs don’t make it onto Mastichari’s night-time schedule, though that’s not to say this place doesn’t kick up its heels – as you’ll discover when you find yourself dancing along with the locals at one of the taverna’s Greek nights. Meanwhile, the friendly café-bars are a dab hand at cocktails. As for closing time, that’s pretty much down to when the last customer is ready to leave.

Feast Day of Agios Ioannis

  • The weeny church of Aghios Ioannis Theologos(an early Christian Basilica with beautiful mosaic floor) perches like an eagle’s nest high above the rocky south-west coast. It’s named after the saint, Aghios Ioannis, who’s honoured on 29th August with a feast in Mastichari. Both locals and visitors head to the beach and party like it’s going out of fashion.

Learn to windsurf on Mastichari Beach

  • Windsurfing and kiteboarding are popular sports on the beach here, and there are really friendly instructors at the surf school at the far end of the sands. They wiil  get you started with a 4-hour windsurfing course, or sign up for 5 days to get free use of all the equipment. Mornings are best for novices, while the breezier afternoons are great for the more experienced.The extensive beach exceeds in length of 5 km is very organized and popular. The beautiful sands visit each year thousands of tourists.The clear blue waters and white sand along the beach, the island’s beautiful sunset creates the vacationers feel of an exotic island.

Turn back to time at The Hippocrates Garden Cultural Centre

  • The “Hippocrates Garden” Cultural Centre has its home in Mastichari. It’s dedicated to Hippocrates, the big daddy of modern medicine, and replicates a 5th-century BC Greek settlement. There’s a 2-storey house made of local stone, a theatre, and a Philosopher’s Arcade dolled up to the nines with handmade mosaics and frescoes. Its library houses works by ancient Greek philosophers, plus bits and pieces from more modern times. The whole place is circled by a fragrant garden of herbs and cedar trees.

Enjoy Mastichari’s freshly-netted fish

  • Fishermen’s boats pulling into the harbour are a daily sight in Mastichari. And you can catch up with their haul at the village’s friendly tavernas, where red mullet, squid, sea bream and little symiaki shrimps are all freshly served. Many holidaymakers like to settle into one of the seafront tavernas to get the best view of the sunset while they tuck into octopus fritters or crispy fried whitebait.

 Book a day cruise to Kalymnos

  • Mastichari makes a great base for visiting other Dodecanese islands. Hydrofoils and ferries drop anchor here to offer passage to the likes of Patmos in the north, with pit stops right down to southerly Rhodes. The closest neighbour is Kalymnos, 20 minutes away, where sheltered coves and green valleys are crisscrossed by mule trails. Most of all, though, its limestone cliffs attract serious climbers like moths to a flame. It is famous as the island of sponge divers, due to its long tradition in this job. it is the favorite destination for the lovers of diving and fish gun. While its beautiful beaches with clear shores and crystal waters relax visitors.

Kos Airport

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Our hotel is located just 10 km from the International Airport of Kos “Hippocrates” (KGS).

KOS  Airport Telephone Center: 2242056000
KOS  Airport Authorities tel : 2242056003

Contact us for special rates for airline crews.

The Small Village Hotel

Mastichari, Kos Island Greece
Phone1 : (0030)22420 59297
Phone2 : (0030)210 3313914
Mob: (0030)6907 760 157, (0030)6934 881 302
FAX : (0030)2242059298
Email : thesmallvillagehotel@gmail.com
Web:thesmallvillage.com


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Jobs

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Current open positions:

– Service
– Bar
– Restaurant
– Kitchen
– Reception
– Housekeeping

Only with senior experience.

Please send us your CV and letter of motivation by e-mail:
thesmallvillagehotel@gmail.com

Terms & Conditions

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Terms and conditions

These terms and conditions – as may be amended from time to time – apply to all our services directly or indirectly (through distributors) made available online, through any mobile device, by email or by telephone. By accessing, browsing and using our website or any of our applications through whatever platform (hereafter collectively referred to as the “website”) and/or by completing a reservation, you acknowledge and agree to have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions set out below (including the privacy statement).

These pages, the content and infrastructure of these pages, and the online hotel reservation service provided on these pages and through the website (the “service”) are owned, operated and provided by “The Small Village”  ( “The Small Village””, “us”, “we” or “our”) and are provided for your personal, non-commercial use only, subject to the terms and conditions set out below.

Scope of our Service

Through the website we (by “The Small Village” provide an online platform through which hotel can advertise its rooms for reservation, and through which visitors to the website can make such reservations. By making a reservation through   “The Small Village”  , you enter into a direct (legally binding) contractual relationship with the hotel at which you book. From the point at which you make your reservatiol, transmitting the details of your reservation to the hotel and sending you a confirmation email
Our services are made available for personal and non-commercial use only.

Therefore, you are not allowed to re-sell, deep-link, use, copy, monitor (e.g. spider, scrape), display, download or reproduce any content or information, software, products or services available on our website for any commercial or competitive activity or purpose.

Prices and Best Rate Guarantee

The prices on our site are highly competitive. All prices on the by “The Small Village” website are per room for your entire stay and are displayed including VAT and all other taxes (subject to change of such taxes), unless stated differently on our website or the confirmation email. We want you to pay the lowest price possible for your stay at a hotel.

Should you find your hotel room, with the same booking conditions, at a lower rate on the Internet after you have made a booking through us, we will match the difference between our rate and the lower rate under the terms and conditions of the Best Rate Guarantee.

Privacy

“The Small Village”  uses high ethical standards and respects your privacy. Save for disclosures required by law in any relevant jurisdiction and the disclosure of your name, email address and your credit card details for completing your booking with the hotel, we will not disclose your personal information to third parties without your consent.

However, we reserve the right to disclose your personal information to our affiliated (group) companies (in and outside the European Union), including our and our affiliated (group) companies’ employees and our trusted agents and representatives who have access to this information with our permission and who need to know or have access to this information to perform our service (including customer services and internal (audit/compliance) investigation) to and for the benefit of you. Please have a look at our privacy policy for further information.

Credit card

In order to safeguard and encrypt your credit card information when in transit to us, we use the “Secure Socket Layer (SSL)” technology for our services.
In the event of credit card fraud or unauthorized use of your credit card by third parties, most banks and credit card companies bear the risk and cover all the charges resulting from such fraud or misuse, which may sometimes be subject to a deductible (usually set at EUR 50 (or the equivalent in your local currency). In the event that your credit card company or bank charges the deductible from you because of unauthorized transactions resulting from a reservation made on our website, we will pay you this deductible, up to an aggregate amount of EUR 50 (or the equivalent in your local currency).

In order to indemnify you, please make sure that you report this fraud to your credit card provider (in accordance with its reporting rules and procedures) and contact us immediately by email (info@thesmallvillage.gr).

Please state ‘credit card fraud’ in the subject line of your email and provide us with evidence of the charged deductible (e.g. policy of the credit card company). This indemnification only applies to credit card reservations made using “The Small Village” secure server and the unauthorised use of your credit card resulted through our default or negligence and through no fault of your own while using the secure server.

Cancellation

By making a reservation with the  hotel, you accept and agree to the relevant cancellation and no-show policy of the hotel, and to any additional (delivery) terms and conditions of the hotel that may apply to your reservation or during your stay, including for services rendered and/or products offered by the hotel (the delivery terms and conditions of the hotel can be obtained with the  hotel).

The general cancellation and no-show policy of  the hotel is made available on our website at the hotel information pages, during the reservation procedure and in the confirmation email. Please note that certain rates or special offers are not eligible for cancellation or change. Please check the room details thoroughly for any such conditions prior to making your reservation.
If you wish to review, adjust or cancel your reservation, please revert to the confirmation email and follow the instructions therein. Please note that you may be charged for your cancellation in accordance with the hotel?s cancellation and no-show policy. We recommend that you read the cancellation and no-show policy of the hotel carefully prior to making your reservation.

Further correspondence

By completing a booking, you agree to receive (i) an email which we may send you shortly prior to your arrival date, giving you information on your destination and providing you with certain information and offers (including third party offers to the extent that you have actively opted in for this information) relevant to your booking and destination, and (ii) an email which we may send to you promptly after your stay at the hotel inviting you to complete our guest review form.

The completed guest review may be uploaded onto the t hotel’s information page on our website for the sole purpose of informing (future) customers of your opinion of the service (level) and quality of the hotel. We reserve the right to adjust, refuse or remove reviews at our sole discretion. The guest review form should be regarded as a survey and does not include any (further commercial) offers, invitations or incentives whatsoever.

Other than the email confirmation providing for the confirmation of the booking and the emails detailed above, we shall not send you any further (solicited or unsolicited) notices, emails or correspondence, unless you specifically agree otherwise.

Miscellaneous

Unless stated otherwise, the software required for our services or available at or used by our website and the intellectual property rights (including the copyrights) of the contents and information of and material on our website are owned by “The Small Village”, its suppliers or providers.
The original  Greek version of these terms and conditions may have been translated into other languages.

The translated version is a courtesy and office translation only and you cannot derive any rights from the translated version. In the event of a dispute about the contents or interpretation of these terms and conditions or inconsistency or discrepancy between the Greek version and any other language version of these terms and conditions, the Greek language version shall apply, prevail and be conclusive. The Greek version is available on our website (by select the Greek  language) or shall be sent to you upon your written request.
If any provision of these terms and conditions is or becomes invalid, unenforceable or non-binding, you shall remain bound by all other provisions hereof. In such event, such invalid provision shall nonetheless be enforced to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, and you will at least agree to accept a similar effect as the invalid, unenforceable or non-binding provision, given the contents and purpose of these terms and conditions.

Hotel Policy

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Hotel policy
Check in
From 15:00 Until 23:00
Check out
Until 11:00

Payment Policy : Upon confirmation, a deposit amount equal to 30% of the stay is required to consider the reservation guaranteed.

Cancellation Policy :In the event of a cancellation, we require notification 7 days prior to the scheduled arrival date for the period 01/05-22/06 and 01/09-31/10 and 14 days for the period  23/06-31/08, otherwise the deposit amount of 30%, will be retained in respect of our cancellation fee policy. In the event of a no-show 50% of the entire stay will be charged to the credit card provided. In case of an earlier than the agreed date departure, the 50%  of the remaining  stay will be charged to the credit card provided at the time of booking.

Children and extra beds
All children under 4 years stay free of charge
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 1.

Extra beds and baby cots are upon request and need to be confirmed by the hotel.

Pets are not allowed.

Credit cards accepted : Visa,  Mastercard.
The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorize credit cards prior to arrival

Privacy Policy

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Privacy statement

Disclosure of personal details

For our services, we shall collect for the following purposes the following information:
Reservation orders: For the purposes of completing your booking and save for disclosures required by law, criminal investigations, subpoenas or court orders, we will only disclose your name and the credit card details.Surveys: By completing a booking, you agree to receive a confirmation email.
Please note that, in accordance with European personal data protection laws, strict security procedures are observed within “The Small Village” to prevent personal data misuse and unauthorized access.

Protect and secure your credit card information

In order to protect and safeguard the personal data provided to us, we have implemented and use appropriate business systems and procedures. For example, your credit card information is transmitted to us through a secure server protocol, which encrypts all your personal and credit card details. The encryption method used is the industry standard “Secure Socket Layer” (SSL) technology. Our SSL certificate has been issued by Thawte (www.thawte.com). Furthermore, we have implemented and use security procedures and technical and physical restrictions for accessing and using personal information. Only authorized employees are permitted to access personal information for performing their duties in respect of our services.
Our server and network are protected by firewalls against unauthorized access and we have intrusion detection systems that monitor and detect unauthorized (attempts to) access to or misuse of our servers.
Your credit card details will be kept by us up to your arrival in the hotel. After that period, your credit card data will be deleted.

Control over your data

You always have the right to review the personal data you have stored with us. You can request your personal data by emailing us at info@thesmallvillage.gr.  Please state ‘request personal data’ in the subject line of your email.
If your personal data is incorrect, we will change it upon your request. You can also ask us to remove your personal data from its database by sending us an email to the aforementioned email address.

When does “The Small Village”  send you emails?

After you have made a booking, you will receive a confirmation message with all the information about your booking. You may take this confirmation to the hotel as proof of the reservation.