Situated in the centre of Galata village, Xenis House is a stone-built property offering fully furnished studios with kitchen and a private balcony enjoying views of the surrounding mountains. Xenis apartments are traditionally furnished featuring iron beds and wooden-beamed ceilings. They all include a separate bedroom, a dining and a living area. The kitchen is equipped with a stove, coffee maker, fridge and toaster. Each unit also offers a TV and free toiletries, while some feature a fireplace.
Situated in Apsiou village amidst lush greenery, Eleni’s Cottage is a traditional studio with views of the surrounding area. Within walking distance, guests will find a tavern serving local specialties.
Eleni’s studio features wooden-beamed ceilings and stone walls. A kitchenette with dining area, where guests can enjoy their own meals is included. The air-conditioned studio also has a fireplace and an LCD TV.
Ample Places is inspired by the joy and beauty of life in the Eastern Mediterranean region. Located at the centre of Lefkara village, it consists of two independent traditional houses, Polytimo and Monadiko. The two houses, with a private entrance each, share a common secluded garden planted with different jasmines and tall fruit trees. These late 18th century stone houses of traditional mountainous architecture have been carefully restored with the utmost care and exceptional workmanship.
In 1992, Costas took the decision to work with agro tourism at the same time with his agricultural occupations. That decision was finally proven to be the right one. He renovated an inherited traditional family house in the village of Lofou and he transformed it into a beautiful traditional tavern and named it after the name of the village "Lofou Tavern". The hotel unit provides studios, cafeteria and the traditional tavern. The renovated rooms include cooker, living room, dining room, air-conditioning system and internal courtyard.
Rothkia’s Home’ is a traditional guesthouse located in the centre of Parekklisia village of the Limassol district in Cyprus. The name of the guesthouse was given in memory of our late grandmother Rodou or ‘Rothkia’ as her friends and local people used to call her.
Our House in Vavla village is a charming traditional Cypriot village stone house, originally built in early 1900s renovated to the highest standard with respect to tradition, functionality, comfort and is filled with character. Relax in the tranquillity of rural life in the countryside. ’’Our House’’ is built in the long style around a private courtyard offering peace and privacy, adorned by four stone kamaras (arches), three traditional ovens, barbeque and our relaxing water wall. Lovely views of the village and mountains from rooftop open-air patio adorned by a mature grape vine.
In the heart of Panayia village lies a magnificent, stone-built complex, the Palati (Palace) of Xylari, consisting of four apartments, one of which is a miniature of a Mycenean palace built some 250 years ago, using stone from the mountains of Panayia.
The most impressive and at the same time the traditional room is the hearth, a sitting room area with traditional decor.
Meletios' mansion (Archontiko tou Meletiou), next to Makarios III Museum in the beautiful village of Panayia, is a complex of buildings only recently renovated for the Agrotourism programme.
All apartments command a view of the large stone-paved courtyard with its traditional earthenware jars.
Meletios' mansion, built more than 200 years ago, consists of one two-bedroom and two one-bedroom houses as well as a studio with its own fireplace. The balcony on the top floor bears a commanding view of the valley.
Restored in the traditional Cypriot style, Agios Theodoros Cottage is located in Choulou Village. Consists of 2 separate studios with TV and Fridge, air conditioning and one spacious common living room with fire place. Studio upstairs open out to a balcony.The owner Mrs. Sylvia provides you with products for breakfast and welcome drinks. By staying in Agios Theodoros cottage
The original structure was built in 1947 by the present owners’ grandfather as accommodation for guests visiting the Kyperounta Sanatorium (now the hospital). The hotel passed to Takis and his wife Sotiroulla — famous for her home cooked specialities — and then to the current generation of owners, who have transformed the old 5-room guest house into the present-day superb hotel.
Guests are sure to find that the old family traditions of hospitality, high standards of guest care and cleanliness, and of course fine food and courteous service still remain.