My husband and I stayed two nights in two different rooms (we decided to come a day early and the room we had booked for the following night was occupied), and both were spotlessly clean, spacious, comfortable and absolutely charming! The room we stayed in the first night had its own courtyard entrance and provided great privacy, our second night room had a lovely terrace with great views of the sweet little church across the lane and the sea in the distance. We especially appreciated the complimentary breakfast ready to go in the rooms' refrigerators, which meant that we could rise and eat them whenever we felt like it. Heliophos' owner, Sophia, is lovely and and has created a beautiful atmosphere. And I can't say enough about Finikia itself --- it's only a fifteen minute walk to Oia, but a world away. Oia has more spectacular views, but it's also super-overcrowded with tourists and feels somewhat unreal like Disneyland, whereas Finikia is still an authentic Greek village. My advice would be to walk into Oia for the views, but stay at Heliophos Boutique Caves in Finikia for a much more pleasant and genuine overall experience.