- Liked: Staff & service
- Disliked: Amenities
Very basic property - no lamps, no main light shade, hard mattress, and the shower took a good few minutes to warm up before flooding the bathroom. We had to ask for a kettle and hairdryer and one of the plug sockets came loose, which was clearly unsafe. When we moved the bed away to check for things we might have dropped at the end of the stay we found little snail things nesting. Gross. The hospitality was good, however, and the complimentary breakfast - including homemade dumplings and fig jam - was welcome. Ksamil is great when the sun shines, and this accommodation is close to the many coves and beaches. A trip to Butrint National Park is a must, but takes a good 15-minute bus ride (around the hour mark, every hour). Ksamil itself is very much a work in progress. Opposite this “hotel” is a half-finished and deserted building - one of many - and litter is strewn on the beaches and streets. There was an animal skull on the street less than 200 feet from the door.