This family-run farm-hotel hybrid is more of a free-spirited community than a traditional place to rest your head. Located in the lesser-trodden region of Laconia, Eumelia (meaning "harmony") was one of the first Greek hotels to fly the flag for sustainable living. Powered by geothermal resources and adhering to a system of natural waste management, the accommodation comprises five 19th-century cottages set among thriving olive groves. Each room is tastefully decorated and kitted out with an array of modern-day luxuries - think earth-tone fabrics, rainforest-style showers and soft towelling robes. With fruit and vegetable picking and winemaking classes and tastings on the agenda, guests can expect to get their hands dirty. Fancy learning a new skill? Sign up for the in-house soap-crafting workshop, too.
Gouves 23055, Laconia