Mayflower Apartments, Corfu

Mayflower Apartments, Corfu


General Information about The Mayflower

Useful Telephone Numbers

Facilities in Moraitika

Local Cuisine

Things to do

Places to Visit

Interesting Drives

General Information

Reception - open from 08.30 to 22.00, for access to safety boxes, pool toilets, iron/ironing board, books, DVDs etc.

It is not staffed full time, although we are usually around during the mornings. If you need anything, or have questions, please write a note in the PINK GUEST REQUEST BOOK, and we will deal with it as soon as possible. Just leave your name, room no. and your request.

In an emergency (and please only in an emergency) call Diana on +30 6942 064 002. Spiros is usually around from 09.00 t0 10.00 cleaning the pool, and again from 19.00 to 20.00 and will be glad to help with anything.

Arrivals / Departures

Check-in from 14.00
If no one is in Reception to show you in, check the ARRIVAL notice board for your room no. and then go straight to the apartment which will be open and ready for you.

Check-out is 11.00
If you have a late departure we can sometimes arrange for you to keep your room, have an alternative ‘day use’ room or to have use of a shower room prior to departure. Suitcases can be stored in Reception. We will know one day in advance which rooms are available for late checkout.

Cleaning service - we have the Greek Tourist Board ‘HEALTH FIRST’ certificate and all outside areas are deep cleaned twice each day. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the development, as are cleaning materials inside the apartments.
Apartments are ‘deep cleaned’ prior to arrivals. They are then cleaned twice per week, with a linen change mid-week. Bed linen / towels are provided but not pool / beach towels. The maids clean and make beds, but do not have time to do washing up. Many guests like to leave a small tip for the maids, if they are happy with the service. If you leave rubbish outside your door it will be collected daily. Recycling bins are located at the entrance to the property.

Safety boxes
These are available in Reception for €10 per week, please let us know if you would like to rent one.

Throughout the apartments (better in some places than others!). User name is MAYFLOWER1 or MAYFLOWER2, and the password is 2661076380.

Our car park is 50m past the entrance to the property, on the right.

Every apartment and studio has a form of cable TV, with five English speaking channels. They also have a DVD player, and there is a DVD library in Reception.

‘Honesty’ Bar
In Reception there is a small selection of things you might find useful - bottled water, wine, juice, soft drinks, eggs, croissants, beer, chocolate etc. You simply select the items you would like, and pay in the ‘TIN’. 

Washing machine
This is available for your use, next to the storeroom in the rear building, washing liquid is also provided.

We, and other non-smoking guests, would really appreciate it if you would smoke only outside on the balconies. Thanks very much.

Useful telephone numbers

Note - local numbers have country code +30 before main number.

Facilities in Moraitika

Doctor’s Surgeries


  1. Top of the road, turn right, walk about 300m, immediately after the bakery is the Pharmacy (English spoken)
  2. Top of the road, turn left, walk down past the roundabout, across the roundabout, towards Messonghi (past the taxi rank) and another 300m the pharmacy is on the right

Supermarkets - they all stock fresh bread (daily), milk, vegetables and a range of frozen food. They are generally open every day from 08.30 to 22.00


ATM Cash Machines

Bus stops

Taxi station
Top of the road, turn left, walk 300m to roundabout, across the roundabout at entrance to Messonghi Beach Hotel.

Car rental
Information in Reception - we can book for you, or you can visit their offices, there are several up on the main road.

Excursions and boat trips
There is information for coach/boat trips in Reception, plus there are several tourist offices in the village. Top of the road, turn left Messonghi Travel has 2 offices on the main road, or turn Right and there are several offices as you walk up through the village.

There is a good choice of restaurants at all prices, in Moraitika and Messonghi, and everyone has their favourites.  Here is a selection:-

A few dishes you might like to try

Greek Desserts

Greek Drinks

Things to do (apart from lazing on the beach or by the pool)

Places to visit

Corfu Town - Corfu Town is one of the prettiest towns in the Mediterranean. A mixture of Italian, French and British influences combine to make the town unique in Greece, almost a half-way-house between the East and the West.
The old town, which runs between two ancient fortresses, along the sea coast and inland in a maze of cobbled streets and steep steps, has been granted UNESCO World Heritage status, and is full of delights for the visitor and resident alike. There are myriad churches, squares and alleyways to explore, the famous esplanade - Liston - modelled on the Rue de Rivoli - is famous for its coffee shops and restaurants where you can sit and watch the world go by. In the summer the wide pavements and adjoining park are thronged with visitors, and in winter the locals congregate here to exchange news and views and gossip while their children play. In the evenings as the dusk falls and the house martins whirl and swirl amongst the rooftops, groups of teenagers gather to pass the time on their way to and from extra lessons or music practice. Totally Mediterranean in this respect, Corfiots live their lives outside and the climate encourages the visitor to join in and pretend to be Greek. There are many top quality restaurants serving a wide variety of local specialities and dishes from other countries as well as smaller local tavernas, intimate bars, coffee and cake shops. The town is the centre of island life not only because of its many shops, but because it is here that you will find doctors, banks, accountants and all the essentials for daily living. Ferry boats to and from the mainland ply the narrow straits - it takes just 1.5 hours to reach the Greek port of Igoumenitsa which then connects with various mainland locations via wide and largely empty motorways. Cruise ships regularly dock and unload their passengers to explore the island, and the airport is located on the edge of the town.

Beaches - all over the island - spectacular sandy west coast beaches such as Agios Georgios South, Agios Gordis, Glyfada, Pelekas,on the west coast and Agios Georgios Pagi, Arillas, San Stefano and Sidari in the north west. South east, don’t miss Bouka beach, our own Moraitika. Going north east there is a great selection of picturesque pebbled beaches, with calm waters such as Barbati, Kalami, Agios Stefanos and Kassiopi.

Near Moraitika

Driving to Corfu Town and Parking

Driving to the north of Corfu (Paleokastritsa, Sidari, Ipsos, Kassiopi, etc)

10 places to see in Corfu Town

10 places to see out of town

10 places to see further afield

Interesting drives



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