The service at the Pegasus was faultless. A vast array of delectable dishes to chose from with breakfast served on our own private balcony. Every morning we would awaken to a perfectly set table with an American champagne breakfast which consisted of a vast array of sweet and savoury options (I have rather a sweet tooth hence the abundance of biscuits and sweet treats you can see in the photo above!) and would sit, sip and munch our way through the lot whilst enjoying the wonderful sea view and refreshing breeze.
After we finished our breakfast all we needed to do was walk a few steps down to our sun loungers to our private infinity pool. There is also a communal pool but we never ventured far from our suite during the day, room service was fantastic and available until late so we parked ourselves on our sun loungers and basked in the gorgeous May sunshine (I highly recommend visiting in May as it's quieter and not uncomfortably hot) and chatted, dozed, laughed, listened to music and read.
Isn't that just the most idyllic, breathtaking view?
The Pegasus Suite and Spa is definitely a relaxation destination, there is none of the resort-style-entertainment (no karaoke, magicians or group conga lines to be found here!) and the majority of the other guests were couples, most being newlyweds or wedding parties - my friend and I definitely received more than one quizzical glance as you could see people trying to work out whether we were a couple or not!
The Angel Infinity Pool Suite was the height of comfort and style, to access the private pool one needn't even step outside the door due to the spiraling staircase located within the bedroom which leads directly down to access the pool. The alcove is tucked away - perfect for couples or two mates trying to have a bit of a break from the sun and read their books in the shade - either way I pretty much thought the room was the coolest thing ever which explains my cheesy double thumbs up in the snaps below!