Skala Eressos is one of my favourite places in the world, and Aumkara is the place we prefer to stay if we can every year. The staff there are so lovely - there's a genuine affection in the care of the place and in the interactions with visitors. Most apartments have a small or medium balcony (you can't see the sea, but they're nice for having breakfast outdoors) and each has a small kitchenette. There are even vegetable and fruit gardens that you can pick from while you're staying! There's a roof terrace with huge daybeds (big enough for 3-4 people to sit on or 2 people to lounge on) which is lovely for afternoon reading or morning yoga or evening cocktails. And it's just a stone's throw from the sea. Perfect! Now, for accessibility -- Fat folks, the beds are sturdy and while the outdoor furniture is plastic, they're sturdy and fairly roomy (for standard lawn furniture) -- there *are* arms. Our apartment had two small typically greek chairs in the kitchen which are strong and have no arms so if your apartment doesn't have an outdoor chair that works for you, likely one can be found nearby. Stairs -- there are a lot of them unless you're on the ground floor (even there, there are 2-3 steps to every door) and the stairway to the roof garden is particularly steep and a little bit unnerving (it's metal and seems sturdy but I always hold my breath!). Bathrooms can be on the small side and there's one apartment in particular (I don't know its number) where the toilet is very near to the wall so be sure to check in with the staff to be sure your bathroom is suitable. This one gets a big fat zero for disability inclusivity but if you're OK with stairs, it's a lovely place to stay!