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HOW TO HOLIDAY - ARCHONDIKO ANGELOU, LEROS, GREECE by Cathleen Baird Murray July 18th, 2009

Vegging out... by Cathleen Baird Murray

My only gripe is the weather but I don't want to moan, so I'll focus on hot and happy memories... Leros and Archondiko Angelou to be precise. Here's a recipe for vegetables that is super easy from Marianna Angelou, the hotel's owner. She knocked this up for lunch for us once. Every single ingredient came fresh from her garden including the olive oil. 1) Pick your veg (potatoes, courgettes, aubergines, tomatoes, red onions or shallots, ETC) from your garden. Take your olives to the nearest village and get them pressed at the local farm. (You can skip this bit if you have made a recent excursion to your nearest Lidl/Asda/Daylesford Organic) 2) Chop all veg until they're roughly the same size.

3) Place evenly on a baking tray. 4) Add a few sprigs of fresh rosemary and some salt and freshly ground pepper. 5) Drizzle with olive oil like Marianna is doing in this picture. You know big smile, sunlight streaming through the windows of your light, airy, Leros kitchen... 6) Put in the oven on a medium temperature for about an hour, or until cooked. 7) Serve in a dish, with bowls of olives, a tomato salad, some feta cheese and home-cooked bread. Argue with son about why eating vegetables is good for you.

The Independent, June 2009

"A pink neoclassical villa, Hotel Angelou dates back to 1895 when it was built as a summer home for the owner, Marianna's great-grandmother. Now an elegant B&B set in lush gardens, it is surrounded by fields and mountains and is a short stroll from the sea. It has six rooms and two suites: upstairs rooms are light and airy, downstairs they are cool with tiled floors. There are no televisions or radios – just peace and quiet. For breakfast Marianna will ply you with home-made bread and jams and freshly squeezed juice."


Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay

"We struck gold on Leros, three places to stay, each one a gem. This is a grand 1895 mansion - the holiday home of Marianna's great grandmother. You're surrounded by fields with a formal garden circling at the front. Breakfast is served under olive trees or an impossibly beautiful jacaranda, and if you ask for a glass of lemonade, they do not reach for a carton, but pluck the fruit from the tree. Steps at the front lead up to a pillared entrance. Newly refurbished rooms are scattered over two floors; upper rooms are lighter, lower ones cool all day. A couple have small balconies, those at the front are bigger, and the two suites are ideal for families. Expect painted ceilings, cast-iron beds, wooden floors and murals in the hall. There are sofas and armchairs inside, tables and chairs in the garden. A vegetable garden yields produce for delicious picnic lunches. Stroll up the lane and you land on the beach, head into the hills and find farmers shepherding their flocks; a hundred bells ring. Amid all this grandeur it is Marianna who shines; don't miss her lemon curd at breakfast."


The Guardian, February 2009

"You expect to find a pricey boutique hotel in this mansion by the sea, but tourism has yet to take hold on this unspoilt Greek island and, instead, you find Marianna, the friendly host offering elegant B&B for less than 100 euros a night. Only 250m from the beach, surrounded by fields and backed by mountains, this is just the spot to banish all thoughts of office or home life, depressing headlines and grey skies. If you're feeling curious, hire a car or moped to discover tiny churches, castles on top of mountains, undiscovered fishing villages and golden beaches, where you can throw your towel under an olive tree."


Conde Nast Traveller (UK)

"The modest little Dodecanesian island of Leros has yet to attract many visitors; but Marianna Angelou's pretty seaside pension should change that. Angelou has done well to preserve the old-fashioned charm of her great-grandmother's summer house, with its stone tower and colonnaded porch, high wooden ceilings and patterned floor tiles. The eight breezy bedrooms are furnished with antiques, porcelain vases and lacy curtains. Some bedrooms have small balconies overlooking the flowering gardens and a Venetian fort on the horizon. To maintain the quietly nostalgic atmosphere, Angelou decided not to install televisions or radios, but there are other modern comforts such as top-quality mattresses and new, solar-powered showers. The 24-hour honesty bar contributes to the sense of staying in a private home and Angelou takes great care of her guests, especially at breakfast: home-made bread, preserves, and freshly pressed lemonade are served under the jacaranda tree. She will even prepare a picnic basket for excursions. With Alinda beach down the road, this gentle place is great for laid-back holidays."


Around Greece in 80 Stays - Hotels & Guesthouses of Character

"The house in the seaside village of Alinda was built in 1895 for Marianna's great grandmother who used it as a summer home. Marianna takes care of [her guesthouse] with great passion and devotion. Every extra profit she makes is instantly reinvested in the house. She recently carried out a complete refurbishment, modernising the bathrooms, laying beautiful wooden floors in the first floor bedrooms, replacing the furniture with romantic antiques, and redoing the interior paintwork. Everything looks fresh, romantic and sweetly old-fashioned and the atmosphere matches the look. There are seven bedrooms in the house varying from a smaller double to suites for up to four, all with an en suite shower. Telephones and fans are the only amenities, but whatever the rooms do not offer in opulence, they more thanmake up for in charm. Archontiko Angelou is one of the rare places where breakfast is just... right. She bakes her own bread, lets you taste a different homemade marmalade every day (one of her specialities), makes freh orange juice, and always spoils you with a sweet treat (pancakes, muffins, banana bread, carrot cake, rice pudding)."

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