I would only recommend this place to people who want to experience Greece without all the trappings of tourism. No giant crowds, no tour buses, no high priced fancy named cocktail, no brides posing before a Santorini sunset. Here is what it does have: Moutsounas is a lovely little seaside village with a small handful of cafés, bars and restaurants serving great sea food and good Greek food at reasonable prices. It has an interesting history in mining and you can still see the evidence of it. There are gorgeous beaches and none of them are crowded. And the people are friendly. You might even make a friend or two. We did!
Nikolas's place is just as he states. No surprises. It's clean and comfortable with a nice outdoor patio (including hammock) with a view to the sea. We were 4 and it was the right size for us. We only did simple cooking. The kitchen is basic but it works fine. The best part of this week on Naxos for us was meeting Nikolas, who lives above and seems to know everyone in town. Dude is popular and it's obvious why. He loves his village and is happy to give advice and even took us out in his boat to sea caves! So much fun. We loved our time on Naxos and will be back with friends! Thanks Nikolas and Katarina!! Weiss you guys!