Villa Vager is a hotel in Levidi that organizes high quality excursions, Greek food adventures, cooking lessons, and wine-themed vacations.

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Aggelika K

TripAdvisor website

Lovely stay. Very friendly and helpful staff. Cozy rooms that look like small caves :) The breakfast was amazing and super tasty - prepared from scratch every morning! Overall the experience was excellent!

Emmanouel A

TripAdvisor website

Unique traditional villa in Levidi. Very cosy, clean, very close to Mainalon mountain for winter escapes. The room we stayed was roomy, traditionally decorated with quality furniture and the temperature was set perfect. The prices are reasonable and the staff as well as the owner were very welcoming polite and eager to help us. They even went out of their way to provide some room service although we asked too late.

The Good: Cleanliness, Service, the Rooms, the fireplace, the furniture, the view, the view, that amazing view.

The Bad: for car owners parking is a bit on the difficult side and they have to improve their morning coffee making abilities although the view compensates for these.

Ageliki P United Kingdom

TripAdvisor website

Villa Vager was the perfect choice for our gate away. Marina and Nicolas have put loads of love and “meraki” to this place and they were extremely helpful and friendly. It is a romantic villa located close to beautiful villages and the ski center. A true gem and definitely recommended!

John Eldridge

Villa Vager Facebook page

Wonderful accommodation and excellent hosts, highly recommended.

Kate United States

TripAdvisor website

This review is long overdue, as my husband and I stopped for a night at Villa Vager in August. To be honest, we were just looking for somewhere to stop halfway between Athens and Monemvasia, where we were spending the next five nights.

As soon as we arrived at Villa Vager, I wished I had split our time differently. The property is gorgeous, the rooms beautiful and well-maintained with antique furniture, and the food was terrific.

We'd asked in advance if they could make dinner for us, and we were treated to possibly the best food we had during our entire two-week trip throughout Greece.

As others have stated, the owners, Marina and Nikolas, could not have been nicer or more helpful. Upon learning that we were headed to Monemvasia after checking out, Nikolas suggested we stop at the ruins at Mystra on our way south. We did so, and the ruins were amazing! I'd definitely recommend spending a few hours there while in the area.

All in all, we loved our one night at Villa Vager, and plan to return for a longer stay in the future.