The family run hotel – Pyrgos Adrachti is situated in one of the finest points of the old settlement of Kastraki, right below the rock named “Adrachti”. The hotel itself pleasantly surprises all visitors as it is a 3 star hotel which has all the elements of traditional and modern architecture with a capacity of ten rooms.

The choice of location and the imposing beauty of the surrounding landscapes and terrific view to the mountain range of Pindus, the village itself and unique view of the rocks of Meteora makes the visit to our hotel an unforgettable experience for any guest.

Pyrgos Adrachti is set in one of the highest points of the village in a quiet amphitheatric complex with a backyard view to the Meteora rocks. From any window or balcony of the hotel our visitors get the chance to view these gigantic rocks, green forests of pine trees as well as almond and walnut trees that have the most unbelievable scent/aroma during the Spring season.

All rooms have an essence of wood and rock that co-exists with the surrounding environments and exceptional view to the Meteora rocks, while every room is differently decorated in a special style to accommodate. These romantic spaces are fully equipped with up-to-date facilities and luxuries, such as en-suite facilities, central heating, phone, fridge, air conditioning and access to the Internet. Parking facilities are also available.

In the lounge you can take in the views of the village and rocks, where the big fireplace is lit and the brightest colours create a cozy atmosphere, created by the hospitable hosts making your stay at Pyrgos Adrachti a unique experience.

Only 1km from the centre of the village and in walking distance is the first of six monasteries – The monastery of Saint Nikolaos Anapafsas. For those who love hiking, climbing the holy rocks to ascend to the monasteries perched on their tops will be both a pleasure and an interesting activity. Kastraki is certainly the right place for you to explore unique paths in nature heading for the rocks of Adrachti, Aia, Roka, Altso, Sourloti, Ai Pnevma or Chalasma, whether you are experienced or amateur hikers.

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