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Luxury maisonettes ANN GEORGE RESORT, is a new, family-run unit in PERAMA, one of the most picturesque villages on the Gera Bay, 22km away from the town of Mytilene. The maisonettes were designed in harmony with the natural environment and the local architectural style,preserving a traditional character but offering visitors the full range of modern amenities and luxury for a unique and memorable stay.Family-like hospitality,superior service,the original beauty of the surrounding environment,the local folklore and the delicious local cuisine,make this small resort an ideal holiday destination,ready to welcome you! ANN GEORGE RESORT offers its guests all the modern amenities to ensure a relaxing and comfortable holiday.Our friendly staff will be more than happy to attend to all of your needs.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Bar / lounge
Karaoke
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Spa
Car park
Wifi
Pool / beach towels
Swimming pool toys
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Fence around pool
Coffee shop
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary welcome drink
Happy hour
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Car hire
Taxi service
Baggage storage
Mosquito net
Non-smoking hotel
Sun deck
Umbrella
24-hour check-in
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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Soundproof rooms
Bathrobes
Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
Sofa bed
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Private balcony
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Sofa
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Bottled water
Clothes rack
Iron
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
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Solitary_Trucker wrote a review Oct 2018
Hayling Island, United Kingdom205 contributions97 helpful votes
Before reading this review please understand my partner and I have visited Greece and the Greek Islands on numerous times and have always loved the Greek hospitality and food but are also fully aware of and understand the numerous economic issues in Greece. This was our first visit to Lesbos and despite it being very late in the season we arrived in the last week of September we chose to book B&B at this hotel based on the many excellent reviews and that we always like to eat out in the local tavernas in the evening but were totally unprepared for what we found and my partner and I had to endure from many of the locals as a result of the massive some say over 80% drop in tourism which many locals and the seasonal mainland Greece visitors to the island that rely on tourism believe to be caused by the massive immigrant problem along with the negativity from the worlds press and social media about the island. Along with the fact our holiday coincided with very nasty weather situation covering parts of Turkey and the Greek mainland and its islands starting with a hurricane on our third day along with huge flooding along with the electricity and water going on and off that turned our holiday into a total washout. But firstly on a very positive side Anne George resort itself actually comprises a numerous wonderful spotlessly clean two storey maisonettes with three balconies very much in the back streets of Perama even our taxi driver from the airport couldn't find it for over half an hour. On each of the first floors there is a fully equipped kitchen with ceramic hob, fridge, microwave, oven, toaster, blender, dishes, glasses, cutlery etc in fact everything you are going to need. There is also a second bed with a further pull out drawer bed underneath and on the second floor good quality firm four poster king size bed with mosquito netting and an immaculate bathroom with a large bath and over bath shower. Excellent air conditioning free of charge in each room and an excellent Wi-Fi internet connection within the apartment and beside the pool. A well tended garden surround the bar and the pool which was cleaned almost daily. The breakfast is different everyday freshly prepared by Maria the onsite manager comprising of toasties or omelettes or fried eggs and sausages along with masses of fresh bread and Greek patisserie delicacies from the local bakery. The cleaner who spoke very good English and became our interpreter when communicating with Maria the manager whose English is worse than my Greek !! changed the bedding and towels daily and kept the apartment clean to a very high standard. Staying at this hotel, despite it being end of season and my partner and I being the only guests in the second week of our stay it is just like being at home, there is absolutely nothing that the staff will not do to try to make your stay perfect. We never saw or met the owner mentioned in the previous reviews but then again we were the only guests much of the time but nevertheless Maria and the cleaner carried what anyone who has been to Greece before expects with Greek friendliness and hospitality. The location is on the outskirts of Perama a tiny fishing village on the Gulf of Gera a place where you are never ever going to find your typical 5 star 4 star or even three or two star tourist hotels in fact you are hardly ever going to find any mass tourism but I'm sure in the height of the season you may well still experience the real true Greek hospitality and lifestyle, the hours spent in the numerous café sipping ice coffee al fresco overlooking the bay as the fishing boats drop there catch on the quayside watching Greek football on the huge TV screens every bar and café seems to have along with those tourists venturing across on the short ferry crossing across the bay . It is a very poor village very simplistic connected with humility and has an unselfconscious beauty within a very short distance in every direction. Should you stay here you will definitely need a hire car there is no public transport and you are a considerable distance from any of the more northern more common tourist villages and towns. I have driven all over Greece and its islands and am used to their generally poor road conditions but the roads on Lesbos apart from the main Mytilinis -Kallonis road brings a whole new meaning to horrendous potholes and atrocious roads. I really recommend if your hiring a vehicle you try to get a four wheel drive many of which are little Suzuki 4x4 if for nothing else but the ground clearance when you hit a pothole. We had a small brand new Kia and blew two tyres on separate potholes and scraped the bumper after landing in a huge pothole late at night in the pitch black unlit roads. I would say pretty much any non four wheel drive car will get some sort of damage if you travel on any of the more minor roads into the mountains or villages. Now to the negative... Unfortunately Lesbos is straining under a massive influx on a daily basis of hundreds of immigrants landing on its beaches and simply doesn't have the infrastructure to cope. The notorious refugee camp at Moria designed to hold two thousand now holding in excess of ten thousand camp smells like a sewer as you drive past and if you are unlucky immigrants from it will try to grab your car from you if you drive too slow or simply stone it. There are numerous immigrants on many of the beaches or living rough in the countryside or living in derelict buildings in smaller villages and walking these darkened village streets is not for the faint hearted. When we arrived at Ann George we went into the village of Perama to stock up on supplies and on trying to enter the first of several mini supermarkets in town our entry into the store was blocked by one of several locals chatting in the shop and we were rudely asked by the lady "are you immigrant?" replying obviously "No" we was then asked " You from Oxfam?" "You from Red Cross?" Despite trying to explain we were on holiday and just tourists she spat on the ground in our direction and shouted at my partner "You from UNHCR?" We decided to walk away but during that evening alone we suffered the same verbal abuse and questions and despise from other mini marts and a couple of the cafes we stopped at thinking we might get a coffee or a gyro. We found a not dissimilar situation in many of the small villages and towns in the mountains we visited and the vast majority of open tavernas we did find were only on well occupied mass tourist beaches or in the bigger touristy towns. Because of the huge drop in tourism almost all of the restaurants and the vast majority of tavernas in the vicinity of Ann George were completely closed..... luckily we eventually found one on day four near the army camp on the outside of the village that the locals used and despite some initial confrontations we were welcomed every night after that and the owners did become quite friendly towards my partner and I but I'm not sure how much of that was due to the fact I was spending a wad of Euros every night as every time a local walked in to eat they stared at us with despise some even spitting in our direction with total hate and then very obviously talking to the taverna owners about us in a disgusted tone of voice. I will let you draw your own conclusions about this review I have always loved Greek hospitality and adore their food it is just a great shame the situation on Lesbos if your not staying in one of the mass tourist towns or resorts it is being totally ruined by the immigrant situation and the lack of infrastructure and support from mainland Greek government I would say the atmosphere and our treatment during our time around Perama and Gera totally ruined our holiday regardless of the problems of the weather situation. Suffice to say I have never so much wanted a holiday to finish early so we could come home. Regrettably despite loving Greece and its people If your planning on going to Lesbos please plan it very well check out the latest reviews and consider the area your staying in very well not just the hotel
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Louise K wrote a review Sep 2018
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom12 contributions7 helpful votes
My Husband and I stayed at the Ann George in May and I would really recommend staying here. The apartments were really clean and spacious and the pool area lovely and quiet. Maria looked after us perfectly and even baked us some lovely cakes for breakfast some mornings. Nothing was too much trouble at all and she even helped organise a taxi for some days out. The apartments have 3 balconies and the kitchen is fully equipped for cooking. The bed is really big and comfy. I would say that some mornings it is quite noisy because of the local people driving around trying to sell fruit, meat and fish. This is all part of the charm of this little village I suppose. Perama is a very small village in Lesbos and, to be honest, I don't think we realised how quiet this little village would be! The apartment is a small walk away from the promenade , the bakery and shops and some restaurants. The promeade was extremly quiet when we were there but the locals were really friendly. I would recommend getting the boat and bus over the water to Mytilene. It only takes about 1 hour and costs about 1.50! If you want to relax and do absolutely nothing I would definitely go here!
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Response from mbribos, Διευθυντής at Ann George Resort
Responded 18 Sep 2018
Thanks so much for the review! It was honoured to have quests like you! Many greetings
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Eugenia T wrote a review Sep 2018
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Ann George Resort is a truly magical experience! Nestled in the most peaceful of settings this family run resort was the most luxurious experience for us. In true Hellenic style - we were welcomed by the owner Manoli with open arms. For the duration of our stay Manoli and his team were so helpful and accommodating - making our stay so comfortable and relaxing. We came to this island with no itinerary - but with Manoli's help ans guidance we navigated and explores this beautiful island to it's fullest. Manoli and his team were so friendly and warm it truly touched my heart to experience what the Greeks call "Filoxenia." We had the absolute privilege of experiencing this by the actions and great customer service that Ann George Resort showed us - always going above and beyond the call of duty. Moving onto the room itself - in true resort style - impeccably clean and luxurious. The villas are fully equipped with all amenities you could possibly need during your stay - fully air-conditioned and very comfortable. They are also spotlessly cleaned daily and . This resort is fully equipped with a large pool and deck chairs surrounded with lots of greenery - literally bringing you everything you could possibly want for your relaxing vacation - right to your doorstep. The resort is peaceful and privately located with comfortable beds and balconies letting you soak up your surroundings in peace and quiet. Situated in Perama - it is but a hop skip & jump away from the hustle and bustle of Mitilini town and the beach. Moving onto the breakfast - seriously the best breakfast you could possibly imagine. In true Greek style our tray was filled with delicious traditional Greek pastries and nibblies fit for a king. Everything we ate was cooked fresh that morning and arrived at our doorstep warm and straight from the kitchen. Breakfast was served at the time nominated by us every day. As an experienced traveller - I put my personal reputation to this resort. My only regret was that I didn't stay longer. This is a beautiful island with so much to experience and explore. Our stay at Ann George Resort was the highlight of our honeymoon. If I could rate this resort a 20/10 I would and I give my highest personal recommendation. Very reasonably priced with all the bells and whistles of a high-end resort - you truly do get bang for your buck. Do yourselves a favour and check Ann George Resort out. You will not regret it!
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Helena M wrote a review Aug 2018
Hellerup, Denmark3 contributions
Very nice place, with lots of hospitality. Very clean appartements and well eqquiped kitchen facilities. Nice clean pool in a local place of Gera, Lesvos. I give them my best recommendations and we will be happy to go again!!
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 9 Aug 2018
Thank you Helena for your review.We hope to see you again with your wonderful family
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Victoria M wrote a review Jul 2017
Nafplio, Greece21 contributions29 helpful votes
We stayed at Ann George for 3 weeks. Manolis mum is so friendly, she took care of all our needs. She often brought breakfast and drinks. The apartments are cleaned and kept to a very high standard. Perama is a lovely little port with nice restaurants and bars. Very untouristy which is what we like however everyone was so friendly. The drive around to Mytilini is very beautiful along the coast. We loved being here and will come back again whenever we get the chance! Thank you Manolis and family!
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Date of stay: May 2017
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Joaquín81 wrote a review Sep 2016
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I arrived at Lesbos for my first time in September 2016, because of my work. In that time, I was not able to find any accommodation in Mytilene, and luckily I found in Gera the hotel Ann & George resort. In august 2016, I came back again to Ann & George resort. This time with the purpose to enjoy worry-free holidays. Main reason to come back was the hospitality, genuine warmth care and attention to every detail that was given to me by Manolis Bribos and all his family. Because of my work, I have been in so many hotels all around the world. And I can assure you that building bonds of friendship with the owners is not an easy task. Being at this hotel is just like coming home, there truly is nothing that the staff will not do to make your stay perfect. Furthermore, the location is a true highlight: the gulf of Gera, a place where you are not about to find massive tourism and you will experience true Greek lifestyle, a place connected with humility, simplicity and unselfconscious beauty. I strongly recommend this accommodation and the Gera tour.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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Ahmet Ö wrote a review Sep 2016
Istanbul, Türkiye34 contributions21 helpful votes
The rooms are actually two storey villas. Kitchen and living area in ground floor, bathroom and bed on the top floor. The rooms have everything you might possibly need including iron, kettle and microwave. They also have 3 balconies in the rooms so smokers can rejoice! Bed is quite big and comes with anti mosquito curtains. There are no washing machines in the rooms but owner's mother can wash and iron your clothes for a small fee. The owner is a very special person, he is very helpful and we were totally happy with this suggestions on where to go. You would do well to listen to his advice. Lastly the breakfast is different everyday. Freshly prepared, quite satisfying and delivered to your room for your leisure. If you happen to have a car (or rented on) and looking for a relaxing holiday you certainly must try this hotel.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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chris k wrote a review Jan 2016
Thessaloniki, Greece1 contribution
Quality Rooms services hospitality by the owners The maisonnettes have everything that you might need, they were new and clean with little balconys on both front and back side and george and his whole family were just like friends to us. We felt immediately like home. The breakfast is served in the room which was quite nice.and the swimmingpool was always clean. If you are looking for a quiet accomodation away from crowds of tourists this is the place to stay.
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Date of stay: June 2015
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dicky29 wrote a review Dec 2015
Derby, United Kingdom12 contributions17 helpful votes
Stayed at the Annegeorge resort in June 2015 for 1week. Quality is the only word for this hotel , the rooms are kept spotless and the owner is very welcoming. If you want to stay in Perama this is the place to stay.
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Cat S wrote a review Aug 2015
Telford, England, United Kingdom1 contribution2 helpful votes
Ann George resort is the perfect location for any family looking to experience a real sense of Greek culture. Set just a short stroll from the village of Perama, the accommodation is a home from home. The clean and comfortable maisonettes were roomy enough for two adults and two children over 12. Towels were lovely and fluffy and the beds were comfy. The pool was truly excellent with plenty of longer so no getting up at stupid o'clock to put towels down. My children spent hours playing with the other children there and they felt safe and secure in the location. Manolis, the owner is the perfect host and a brilliant cocktail barman! He arranged transfers from the airport and a hire car for us. In addition Manolis and his lovely family threw a party for my daughter while we were there, ordering a beautiful birthday cake and sorting a spa therapist to come over to provide a variety of treatments. My daughter was simply stunned by their generosity. I couldn't recommend the Ann George resort more highly.
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ann George Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Ann George Resort?
Nearby attractions include Olive-press Museum of Archipelagos Society (3.9 km) and New Archaeological Museum Mytilene (7.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ann George Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Ann George Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Ann George Resort?
Guests can enjoy a lounge, a poolside bar, and a free welcome drink during their stay.
Is parking available at Ann George Resort?
Yes, free parking and a parking garage are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ann George Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Antonis Ouzeri, Avlonas, and Cafe Taxiarches.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ann George Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Ann George Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Ann George Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Ann George Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Ann George Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Ann George Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Carsı Hamam (8.9 km).