Had a visit to Nessebar and tried this water side restaurant.
Food was beautiful and service excellent.
Prices were also very reasonable. Large beer 2.5 lev.
Will definitely visit again.
Bulgaria keeps serving up great surprises.
Went to 5 nights stay with my family. Towels were never changed during this period. Trash was throwed away on the third day after complaint nevertheless we were with 7 months baby. Parking was too small for the whole hotel (there was second one which was also full most of the time). Restaurant was always full and noisy. Menu was made from 5 different meals which changes every second day, sometimes you eat on lunch what was left from the previous evening. Walls are very thin, you can hear neighbours from next room very clear.
Water in swimming was cold, and the sauna - too small.
Many are incorrect from two weeks waiting for an email reply. I rang said they would answer me still waiting.?? the woman on the phone does not give any information anywhere in the hurry to close the phone.
We stayed at 2 ski chalets located in Pamporovo Village which we booked through skichaletatpamporovovillage.com. I've been made aware that Forest Nook 1,2 and 3 are not the same as the Pamporovo Village in which we stayed, however, apparently they don't yet have a Tripadvisor page in order to review it correctly, which is a shame.
Both chalets were very clean and had everything we required for our stay, apart from an Iron but reception was happy to loan this to us. The beds are very comfortable and both rooms are spacious. There isn't much wardrobe space at all, but I suppose with a ski holiday there's not a lot to hang, there was plenty of drawer and shelf space. There's two bathroom and the showers were both lovely and warm. Be aware that hot water does run out by your fourth person showering, unless you keep your showers short. But the boiler does quickly heat up again by the evening.
The restaurant within the village was lovely, plenty of space and Andrew who worked there was very friendly and helpful. Prices are very cheap, as it is in Bulgaria in general, but more so here. Marina, who took care of us during our stay, spoke very good English and was extremely warm and welcoming to us. On the first morning we spoke to her and she advised us that the village arranges shuttle to the ski centres free of charge, however it seemed to be impossible most days for this to happen and we ended up paying a shuttle service with Jordan. Again, this was very cheap and reasonable, and after having to get a taxi back once from the ski centre which worked out cheaper than the price Jordan originally quoted us, he was happy to match that price. Jordan couldn't help us enough and was more than a taxi driver to us, he advised us on places to visit, was only ever a phone call away and even booked things for us to do.
We were a group of 8 and all thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Pamporovo Village. All of us have expressed how we'd love to go back soon. The Bulgarian are by far the friendliest people I have encountered, and I myself, have done a lot of travelling.