“Chateau Zevgoli is the ultimate Naxos hideaway, concealed in the maze of whitewashed, car-free alleys between the walls of the Venetian castle and the waterside (a porter will guide you from the harbour). Enter a flower-filled courtyard to discover a reception-cum-dining room, pleasantly cluttered with prints, paintings and island antiques – a theme that continues into the nine cosy bedrooms. If you need space, ask for a room with a balcony, or opt for the (only) suite. There's a tiny roof terrace for sunset drinks, and breakfast is served downstairs or in the courtyard.”
Written by Robin Gauldie
"Olde Worlde bohemian, with marble floors over the three storeys. Common areas consist of a shady front patio and an appealing lounge-breakfast area with exposed ceiling beams, solid-wood furniture, embroidered cushions and a fireplace."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)