Calling itself a 'boutique & beach hotel', the Villa Wolff is small (only six rooms, none really boutique) but certainly comfortable and indubitably by the beach. As the name suggests, it's also a converted villa, owned by the Wolff family, who in turn converted it from a monastery. Managed by the wonderfully named Gonzales Wolff, it comprises three double rooms, one small suite and two larger ones with balconies. The Wolffs have seen fit to give them all Greek names. The sea-view setting is lovely and the high-speed internet access in every room is certainly a bonus - but the Villa Wolff is simply a more palatable alternative to the large-scale resort hotels nearby. Do watch out for the hefty hikes for short-term stays. The popular Casa Bar downstairs doubles up as the hotel restaurant.