As Nature Teaches Us
We intend to take your dining experience to the next level, we promise an unforgettable evening for not only our hotel guests but also for any visitor who wants to live a unique culinary experience with the heart and warmth of the Mediterranean.
Our commitment to excellence is sure to enhance your experience. To complement our chef’s specialties, we have an extensive array of quality imported wines, vintage and well-known whiskies, a variety of beers, brandies and cognacs, and a large range of aperitifs and liqueurs from various destinations are available to be enjoyed in a warm and intimate ambience, ideal for people who appreciate luxury and quality food.
Undoubtedly, one of the best parts of the hotel. Ayii Anargyri’s “Kamari” provides a medieval aura and promises you unforgettable wine and gastronomic evenings.
Our extensive array of quality imported wines from various destinations, particular vineyard productions and unusual vintages as well as our local prized wines are placed on our wooden shelves in our wine cellar, ready to be accompanied by our chef’s specialties made with local produce.
Cava Gourmet’s unique lighting in combination with the flickering candles on the antique teak 150-year-old tables create a warm and intimate ambience.
For breakfast and lunch, the Amaroulla Restaurant is a light, bright, elegant restaurant where guests can relax over their meal either inside or out and soak up the stunning surroundings of Ayii Anargyri as the Amaroulla overlooks the swimming pool with its tumbling waterfall and woodland beyond.
As night falls the Amaroulla’s character changes dramatically as it is transformed into a cosy relaxing restaurant by a hundred twinkling candles. The menu has been beautifully prepared with a rich variety of perennial favourites and exciting new dishes that are prepared using only the finest ingredients – many of them locally grown including fragrant fresh herbs.
It is depicted that around the 17th century the "Olbos Bar" was used as the Ayii Anargyri Monastery's altar. Now, it has been restored and preserved with devout, keeping the monastery's stone, as well as the 300-year-old authentic floor. The "Olbos Bar" is undoubtedly a unique place where you can enjoy a coffee and a drink during the cold winter days and nights next to the impressive traditional fireplace, with good friends and quality music.
An extensive array of vintage and well-known whiskies, a variety of beers, brandies and cognacs, and a large range of aperitifs and liqueurs from various destinations, dominate the well-designed bar with its leather chairs.