Housed in a 1890s meticulously restored mansion, the family-run Charalambos Holiday Cottage is located in Kalavasos, 4 km from Zigi and Governor’s Beach. It offers self-catering accommodation and includes an on-site swimming pool, free sun loungers and pool towels. A shaded area where guests may enjoy meals and drinks is also available.
Offering an outdoor pool with sun beds, Vasilikis House offers self-catering accommodation in Kalopanayiotis Village. All houses feature mountain and pool views, while free WiFi access is available throughout. All houses will provide you with a fireplace, flat-screen TV, hot tub and air conditioning. There is also a fully equipped kitchen with an oven and kitchenware, and a a private bathroom with free toiletries and slippers. At Vasilikis House you will find a garden and BBQ facilities. Other facilities offered at the property include a tour desk.
Vouni Lodge is situated in the picturesque village of Vouni, in the Limassol District. Its location is on the foothills of the Troodos Mountains and only 30 minutes drive from the seaside town of Limassol. Vouni is one of the oldest wine growing villages in Cyprus, renowned for its quality vineyards. Here you will have the opportunity to savour some of the local wines in the local taverns and visit the wineries of the area.
Vasilion has been skilfully restored to its former glory, with the addition of many luxuries. The result combines the essence of modern living with an atmosphere of tradition all this is set in grounds with home grown vegetables, fruit and herbs. The very special feature of this property is the antiques and the antiquities. Hellenistic remains have been carefully excavated becoming now part of this garden for visitors’ enjoyment. Vasilion Agrotourism is unique and has more to offer you, relaxation, the traditional Cypriot Hospitality and way of life.
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.
Located in Kalavasos, Tenta House offers self-catering apartments and free Wi-Fi in public areas, just 10 km from Governors Beach. There are walking trails and cycling paths nearby. Each apartment has a separate living room fitted with a plush sofa and a large coffee table. It joins up with a kitchen featuring ample cupboards and work space for preparing groceries. The staff at Tenta can help organize car or bike rentals and also provide information about nearby attractions. Guests can also take part in fishing boat trips in the surrounding area.
Stratos Art Deco House was originally built back in 1663 centrally located in the scenic village of Kalavasos.Stratos was born around 1865 and he was one of the first school teachers in the whole of Cyprus.The House is situated near the centre of the village square of Kalavasos.It has two large rooms, each with its own living room,bathroom, kitchenette and dining area. The 300-year-old courtyard features original stone arches, while 2 vine-covered verandas are also available for guests.
Olgas Cottage is a detached 3-bedroom stone house, restored in its original traditional character. Built more than 200 years ago, the house is located in a beautiful country setting surrounded by nature and birdsong. The private courtyard includes a large patio shaded by a large olive tree, plus a lawn and flower garden. At one end of the house there is a traditional village oven and a grape press. Over the low walls of the courtyard there is a fantastic view of the Chryssochou valley.
The listed stone house was built in the 19th century by the owners family. The house was completely restored in 2006. The occupants of the house at the turn of the century were farmers who cultivated wheat and barley using oxen, and harvested carob and olive trees in the valley below. The women of the house spun and loomed silk, sured pig, kept fowl, harvested the crops and worked lace for the merchants of Lefkara. They brought their wine by donkey from the nearby mountain village of Vavla.