“This is a modern, well-furnished apartment with a comfortable bed in a great location. It’s walking distance to anywhere in Sarandë and the street is easy to drive in and out of and to find free parking. The sea view from the balcony is fabulous. Meti is a kind and considerate host and was there to help us when we initially had trouble locating the apartment building. We also felt very comfortable knowing he was located in the same building should we need anything.”
My place is perfect for families or group of friends as you will find spacious and lightful rooms on the second floor. Quite perfect to relax with windows view towards the castle. In the same time the house is super central, making it easier to reach different tourism sites by walk.
“Accommodation in a family home. Parents are lovely, even if they don't speak English, they make themselves understood. It is difficult to find the house but the rooms are authentic. Excellent view of the castle”
Stone rooms 1850 is Located just 250 m from the castle of Gjirokaster,25 km from Saranda. Stone Rooms 1850 offers traditional accommodation with stunning views of city. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are provided. Decorated according to the local style stone walls,carved wooden ceilings rooms include a TV and free wifi. The private bathroom is fitted with a bathtub,shower,hairdryer. Traditional cooking are provided on site.This building is classified as historic house built in 18th century
“Stone Rooms is run by one of the most warm and hospitable families we have met in our travels. The breakfast and dinner (prepared by Eda’s parents) were delicious and very reasonably priced. The house is located near the top of a very steep hill which is quite strenuous to walk up if you have your bags like us, but there is a local bus you can take as well. However, the views and the proximity to the castle made the walk up worth it. Eda spoke fluent English and was very kind and helpful. Eda’s parents speak only a few words of English, but they are also very eager to help and often ask you to join them (possibly for some homemade Raki).”