The traditional houses of the Hapesi family in the village of Lympia date back to the beginning of the 19th century. Mr. Kakoullis Hapesis, the youngest of 11 brothers, was a builder and enthusiastic about quarrying and carving the local stone that is still available in the surrounding areas. He would load his donkey with stone, as well as wood and local reeds to carry to the site, where he gradually began to build the present facilities. The lower part of the buildings are constructed with local stone and the upper part of the buildings are built with sun-dried, clay bricks (bricks).
Staying here in a summer or a winter times is a vacation...
Upon entering through the large entrance door, you receive your first warm welcome at Loxandras Inn, (To Spiti tis Loxandras) as you discover the untold beauty of the stone-paved courtyard and the unique play of light and shadows.
Moving to the inside through the large arch, you come into the living room with its fireplace, while the entire building consists of three one-bedroom apartments and one studio.
Set amidst lush greenery Evdokias and Myroforas 2-bedroom houses were built at about 1750. Each has separate living area, kitchen, veranda, bathroom, yard. Both of the houses are in the main part of the community and constitute best architecture samples of the past decades, overlooking the mountain and the garden. The split-level houses feature a fully equipped kitchen and a seating area with fireplace. Free bicycles are available.The guests will have the opportunity to prepare their own meals while visiting our fields and enjoy our fruits which they are biologically produced.
Arsorama is the home we inherited from our ancestors and which the government has declared preserved. Due to the many beautiful memories we have had in the years gone, by with our great grand parents, we wanted to honor their memory by bringing back life to our ancestral home. This has long been a dream come true for us and with love and attention to detail, we christened the renovated house Arsorama (Arsos + Orama – Arsos + Dream). Our intention was to provide our visitors with quality, beauty comfort, luxury, friendliness but at the same time close links with tradition.
"The country house Porphyrios was named after Porphyrios Dikaios, the archaeologist who first discovered the treasures of Choirokoitia. The 200 hundred year old house was renovated and redesigned by the archaeologist's nephew - an architect with a passion for authentic rural architecture.
The inn stands on a bend on the west bank of the River Diarizos with views up the valley to the Troodos Mountains and down the valley to the sea. Hemmed in by lemon and olive groves, it is a profusion of plants of every hue, from bougainvillea to fig trees and cool, grape covered dining terraces. The rustic surroundings offer the ideal place for your holidays away from the hustle and bustle of ordinary life, you can relax under the grapevine-covered terrace or by the swimming pool enjoying the sun.
Stelios House (to spiti tou Steliou) is a beautiful stone house in Panagia near the Makarios III museum, dating back to 1850 that will provide an ideal escape for your holiday. The house shares a shady courtyard with the home of the owners of Stelios house.
Michalis' Anoyia is a remarkable building, situated in the heart of Kathikas village. The "Anoyia" was renovated without in any way altering its traditional character. Only modern comforts were added. It is split in 2 levels and is decorated with handpicked items and local artefacts. The house consists of two one-bedroom apartments, each with private bathroom, kitchenette and fireplace. From the upper floor you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Paphos forests and Troodos mountains.
Situated in the picturesque village of Goudi a short drive away from the bustle of Paphos, close to the unspoilt little town of Polis.The houses were initially built in the 18th century and were recently reconstructed according to the traditional architectural traits and building materials. They were built in the old traditional Cypriot style with full respect of the past and the entire decor has been restored in detail to adhere to the Cypriot era, therefore providing a unique atmosphere.