The New York Times: Hotels That Feels Like Home, Only Better

night shot of the womb lounge at eumelia new york times hotels feel like home

The New York Times, the prestigious and global US newspaper features eumelia in their travel article and names it one the 8 hotels in Europe where guests feel like home but only better. According to the author and travel writer Elaine Glusac and The New York Times hotels feel like home:

“The owner, Frangiskos Karelas, aims to make guests feel like family at eumelia, a 50-acre organic farm his ancestors have operated since the 1890s, located about 45 minutes’ drive southeast of Sparta in the Peloponnese region. Guests are invited to harvest fruit, pick olives, collect almonds and press grapes, depending on the season. Five modern stained concrete houses provide apartment-like accommodations including kitchens, fireplaces and terraces for outdoor dining. Bikes are available for getting around, and the proprietors encourage guests to forage the property for ingredients, teach cooking classes and stock a mini-market of organic wine and olive oil in the main farmhouse.” read full article