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Carol and Colum Leon    01 June 2011 20:08
We stayed a week at Eria with my father, now 91 years old and very limited in mobility. The resort is fully equipped for disabled needs and small enough for a very personal touch. Its real strength is in its people: Manager Diamanto and colleagues could not have been more welcoming, helpful, and attentive. On one occasion when a doctor was needed they arranged the visit so as not to interfere with a planned trip, much to the patient\'s delight.
Any concerns that the resort might not be sufficiently prepared for the specific needs of an elderly guest were soon dispelled. Collection by wheelchair-adapted vehicle from and delivery to the airport was completely efficient and saved much stress. My father\'s adjustable bed with \"monkey bar\" was a real godsend.
Food is good, unpretentious and varied, with an emphasis (naturally) on local produce and cuisine. It is sensible to be on time for meals, as some hot dishes can be fairly cool by the end of the meal period. Think of superior, well prepared family meals (for a very large family) rather than dinner at the Ritz, and you\'ll get the idea.
Niggles really are minor, but for \"balance\", here they are. Some inessential equipment (e.g. a shower head holder) was in need of replacement. Staffing can be on the light side - the excellent staff multitask very efficiently, but even they can\'t be in two places at once. Even so, you won\'t wait long for anything. (Special mentions to Maria, Violetta and Iannis).
Crete is a beautiful Island. The setting of Eria resort is quiet, peaceful and scenic to both sides. As far as we could tell most rooms, like ours, would have had excellent views. Many guests were obviously regular visitors - we can see why. If Dad is up to the journey we\'ll be back!

Henrik Bach    03 February 2011 18:14
Let me, as a handicapped person (after a stroke) to give my un-reserved appraisal and recommendation of a small hotel on the beautiful and romantic Greek island of Crete.
My wife and I have now been guests there for six successive years and have enjoyed the warm weather of autumn – 25-30 degrees in September/October.
To return to Eria is like, coming home to the family’ once a year. The staff is all heartily people, who do their utmost to give the guests a lovely and unforgettable holiday.
Eria is a comfortable hotel of modest size, 13 double-rooms, mostly inhabited by ‘regular guests’ from all over Europe, who return to the place, year after year.
Already in the air-port of Chania you will be picked up by the Hotel’s polite driver, Yannis, who will take you to Eria in the hotel’s ‘handi bus’ which is also used for the lovely excursions, arranged by Eria. You can rent an electric wheelchair at Eria at a reasonable price. And you will meet the legendary helpfulness of the Greeks, whenever you are passing streets and other ‘hurdles’ on the excursions.
The food served in Eria is delightful, and the chef de cuisine deserves several stars or her art og cooking. Drinks and other beverages (wine, beers etc.) are cheep, compared to other countries.
All meals from breakfast are eaten outside by the swimming-pool, and Eria several evenings offer entertainment of high ethnic quality.
We have already booked our stay for next year!
Henrik Bach, author and journalist.

Kerstin Karlstedt    08 November 2010 15:53
Antero AB from Sweden has been organizing trips for people with handicap for some years. Most of the people have had a stroke. Our philosophy is that the combination of pleasant environment, some training and a lot of fun makes a different!
During October Antero were visiting Crete and Eria for the first time and all the guests was really satisfied with everything. This is some of their comments:
-The hotel, rooms, food was superb and the trips we made was really fun.
-It couldn´t be better
-We are really satisfied
-We give Diamanto and Eria five stars
-It is so lovely to feel good
I am so happy that I found Eria and will be back soon. Thank you for a lovely time!
Kerstin Karlstedt

[email protected] www.anetroab.se

Oliver & Aida    08 October 2010 13:46
Dear Diamanto,
we have landed safely in Germany, everything went well - although it was a very exhaustive trip, took us almost 12 hours total.

I wanted to thank you for the week we had at your place. You and Natasha (and the employees also, but especially Natasha) have been very kind and caring and we really felt cared for. Your very personal and familar atmosphere are a main reason that first holiday was a success.

If we come back next year will depend from Aida´s further progress. As I may have told you, we used to spend our holidays in Florida over the last 13 years, so this (second home) is of course a goal for us. If we can achieve it and when, nobody knows. What we KNOW is that your place will stay a great holiday destination for us.

Thanks again for everything,
Oliver & Aida

Brian and Val Schola    08 October 2010 13:12
Dear Diamanto,

Thank you for a lovely holiday. We were very relaxed and enjoyed ourselves and didn\'t want to return. Everything was lovely so also thank Natasha and Violetta. I will put a good review on suitable websites.

Best wishes,

Brian and Val Scholar.


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