The newly renovated hotel is managed by two young entrepreneurs who grew up in Platres. The hotel name, " Kallithea INN ", comes from the Greek name "Kallithea" which means “beautiful view”. The hotel was built in the early 1915s in the center of Platres village. A recent renovation in 2022, features a sophisticated interior design, with classic elegance, combining traditional hospitality and a welcoming environment. The interior of the hotel has been redesigned.
Blue Arches is in the centre of Pano Lefkara. It is a listed building in traditional stone and the third such listed structure renovated by the Vassiades family. The building was almost totally collapsed and semi-covered over with rubble from two adjacent properties. The renovation was completed in 2018.
Kantara House is a contemporary and very comfortable and cozy retreat for all seasons. This fully-furnished home has a character of its own and lovingly restored by its proud owners. The house is the epitome of comfort, class, attention to detail, and contemporary elegance – providing a luxurious space for your next retreat. You can rent Kantara House for a minimum of 2 nights stay and it can sleep up to 6 people. Take your time to rest, relax, rewind and recharge.
Lyhnos (Oil-lamp) is a small 200 traditional mansion in the village of Askas which has been recently renovated to welcome you.
The four suites of Lyhnos offer luxurious and comfortable accommodation, whilst retaining their traditional warm character.
In their renovation, we followed faithfully the architecture and style of the era and the region, combining it harmoniously with quality amenities and elegant decor.
In the spring of 2009 Ayii Anargyri Spa resort opened its doors to present the world with a sublime experience. Set in a valley of mature trees, the resort offers a unique retreat, a place of profound calm and the opportunity to enjoy the health-giving waters which have benefited visitors for so many years. The Spa was first formally opened in 1649 by two brothers, Cosmas and Damianos. Their generosity in offering treatment often without thought of reward gave rise to the name Anargyri – without silver.