Let me tell you that I went to Parga in 2019 and it is still one of my all time favourite trips and that is mostly because of where we stayed in Parga.
We decided to drive to the coast of Greece and just book somewhere random so we could spend an extra night near the sea. On the way, I booked a Parga self catering apartment for £63 for one night. When we arrived, it turned out to have the most spectacular view and I still talk about this apartment to everyone planning a trip to Greece to convince them to stay here!
If you’re looking for ideas of where to stay in Parga or planning cheap holidays in Parga, I’m sharing the beautiful apartment we stayed in, and lots of similar ones, in this guide.
Parga is a very affordable Greek town which means you have a great opportunity to plan a Greece beach holiday with cheap accommodation in Parga and affordable food and activities to do in Parga.
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The best accommodation: Parga Greece
In this guide, I’m rounding up my favourite accommodation in Parga as well as the top 10 places to stay in Parga that I also considered when I booked our accommodation.
They vary in price range, location, proximity to the beach, self catered and catered. Hopefully there’s an accommodation option in this list to suit you!
The best Parga self catering accommodation
My personal favourite Parga self catered apartment
When I stayed in Parga, I stayed at Martha’s Studios.
I booked this unassuming apartment because it’s just 20 metres from the Venetian Parga Castle, it’s in the old town, it’s cheap, has free wifi, views looked good and the owners run the coffee shop downstairs and we’re big on coffee.
I paid £63 for one night in early September.
When we arrived, we were taken to the top floor apartment (as far as I can tell there are only 2, maybe 3 apartments in the building, all with balconies). I was absolutely blown away by the view, as in I cried because it was so beautiful.
We had a whole apartment to ourselves, a full kitchen, bathroom, living space, double bedroom and a huge terrace balcony.
There are plenty of Parga self catering apartments but I couldn’t believe how lucky we got with this one. You can book it here.
Even in July the price only goes up to £71 per night and in May, it’s available for £50 if you want to beat the summer crowds.
The owners were so wonderful, welcoming and friendly, offering us food and coffee from the coffee shop downstairs.
The location was perfect to walk into the town and explore, we were also able to see the castle on our doorstep and the amazing Taverna Stefanos seafood restaurant with views of Valtos beach was just steps from our door too.
But we honestly just loved coming back to the apartment with a drink and sitting on the terrace to soak up the incredible view as much as we could.
Self-catering with Parga beach views
This is a very similar self catering apartment to Marthas Studios but located on the other side of Parga Beach: Petros Penthouse.
With sea views, a double bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette starting from £47 for a 2-person sea room or £71 for a family room, this accommodation in Parga, Greece is also super affordable.
You’re just steps away from Parga Beach and the main town, perfect for exploring or taking a boat trip from the port.
The balconies even come with BBQ facilities so you can cook with a view - perfect for Parga self catering holidays!
The best Parga hotels on the beach
Of course you’re in Greece for a beach holiday and thankfully, Parga has two beaches - Parga Town Beach and Valtos Beach. However there are also several other beaches within a short driving distance:
Agios Sostis Beach
Parga Beach Resort
The Parga Beach Hotel Resort is stunningly located right on the seafront with a pool, dining area and sun lounge area that flows out onto the sandy beach.
The beautiful rooms are spacious and all have views of the sea or garden, free wifi and LCD TVs and your stay includes breakfast at the property.
The hotel’s restaurant is a Greek restaurant but with a mix of international cuisine too.
Prices start from around £150 per night.
Valtos Beach Resort
Located just yards from Valtos Beach, the bay on the other side of Parga, Valtos Beach Resort is an ideal location for families looking for a beach getaway.
With rooms, family rooms and villas available, there’s accommodation for everyone with panoramic views, a pool and hot tub on site, a beach bar-restaurant and the main hotel restaurant.
All the rooms come with plenty of amenities, breakfast can be included and breakfast is included.
Prices start from around £110 per night.
For something a little different, why not stay in the Dolphin Apartments, a boutique hotel and self catered apartments in Parga just steps away from Lichnos Beach.
All apartments come with a balcony or patio with panoramic views of the Ionian Sea. The apartments also come with a kitchenette and utensils but breakfast is served each morning in the hotel restaurant, so you have the option of self-catered or catered.
There is a pool with incredible views of the sea and a sun lounger area and you’re steps away from the stunning beach and the cute Lichnos Village.
Rooms are more basic than the Valtos or Parga Beach hotels but with prices starting from an amazing £50 per night you can’t go wrong.
The best Parga town hotels
Pansion Nikos Vergos
If you prefer to be in the heart of the action then consider staying at Pansion Nikos Vergos in the heart of Parga Town.
This locally owned self catering accommodation is very highly reviewed, most reviews mention the helpfulness and friendliness of the owners and staff. Reviews also love the close proximity of the beach and the large room sizes.
There’s a communal terrace and all rooms have balconies with town views and a kitchenette to make your meals.
Prices start from around £50 per night.
If you’re looking for the perfect combination of accommodation close to the town, close to the beach and you prefer catered rather than self catered hotels, then Hotel Maistrali is a must-stay.
This stunning boutique hotel is in the heart of the town, 50 yards from the beach and 100 yards from the port, the uniquely decorated rooms are welcoming and romantic and all have balconies which offer panoramic views of the sea, castle and town as well as hydromassage showers or spa baths.
This hotel goes above and beyond, even supplying guests with free laptops for their stay!
The cafe bar is open early til late serving breakfast with local dishes, through to late night cocktails.
Prices start from around £100-120 per night.
A boutique hotel with clean, minimal styling, Hotel Acropol is a perfect option for accommodation in Parga town that comes with breakfast included and a beautiful Mediterranean hotel restaurant.
All rooms come with balconies with town views, Italian furnishings, TV, free wifi and laptops and a chic, light and airy feel.
Rooms start from around £65 per night!
Cheap hotels in Parga
To be honest, most hotels in Parga are incredibly cheap if your main priority is cheap places to stay in Parga. Like much of the country, cheap hotels in Greece are fairly easy to find even in the most popular destinations.
Here are two well-reviewed options for Parga which are cheaper than all the accommodation listed on this guide so far.
Kanali Village Parga
Situated in an olive grove, you’d think you’re in a secluded location surrounded by greenery, but amazingly you’re just 350 yards from Valtos Beach at Kanali Village accommodation.
This well-reviewed Parga self catering accommodation is perfect if you’re looking for your own space on a budget.
All rooms are basic but come with air conditioning, TV, free wifi and a kitchenette. There’s also a communal space with a BBQ in the garden, with dining areas in the olive trees.
Rooms start from as low as £30 per night for a double room!
This family run hotel is basic but very highly reviewed with people commenting on the simplicity and value for money.
The hotel is located in Parga town and rooms come with balconies with views across the town and free wifi.
All rooms are ensuite with a TV and fridge so there’s minimal facilities for self catering. But there’s an optional breakfast for an additional cost of just £4.
Rooms start from just £32 per night.
Summary: the best places to stay in Parga Greece
Parga is a hidden gem in Greece that I wish I could keep to myself, but with such great prices, beautiful accommodation and wonderful, welcoming people, I absolutely recommend Parga to anyone looking for some summer sunshine at an affordable price.
Hopefully this guide gives you plenty of inspiration for your trip to Parga, to help you find the perfect Parga self catering or Parga hotels for your stay.
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