Sleep comfortably and relaxed on memory foam mattresses, enjoy your coffee or a variety of different teas. Our rooms are fully equipped with personal care items such as shower gels, shampoo, body cream but also with useful items such as towels, bathrobes and slippers. All our rooms have a fireplace and are exclusively for non-smokers.

Start from the guest house, on Mount Olympus, the coasts of Pieria, the archeological site of Dion, the castle of Platamonas. Enjoy unique Greek flavors in the traditional taverns of P. Panteleimon and night entertainment in Platamonas, Litochoro, Plaka etc.

In Greek mythology, Orion was a giant huntsman whom Zeus (or perhaps Artemis) placed among the stars as the constellation of Orion.
According to this version, Orion was likely the son of the sea-god Poseidon and Euryale, daughter of Minos, King of Crete. Orion could walk on the waves because of his father; he walked to the island of Chios where he got drunk and attacked Merope, daughter of Oenopion, the ruler there. In vengeance, Oenopion blinded Orion and drove him away. Orion stumbled to Lemnos where Hephaestus—the smith-god—had his forge. Hephaestus told his servant, Cedalion, to guide Orion to the uttermost East where Helios, the Sun, healed him; Orion carried Cedalion around on his shoulders. Orion returned to Chios to punish Oenopion, but the king hid away underground and escaped Orion's wrath. Orion's next journey took him to Crete where he hunted with the goddess Artemis and her mother Leto, and in the course of the hunt, threatened to kill every beast on Earth. Mother Earth (Apollo in some versions, disapproving of his sister's relationship with a male) objected and sent a giant scorpion to kill Orion. The creature succeeded, and after his death, the goddesses asked Zeus to place Orion among the constellations.