Droshia Traditional Homes located in Droushia village, is a boutique agrotouristic hotel named after the cool climate ('Droshia' in the local dialect) which is a characteristic element of Droushia village and is made of renovated traditional stone built homes.
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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.
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.
Elpidas Stone Houses are located in Goudi village in Pafos Region. It is a stone build traditional house which consists of 2 independent One bedroom apartments/houses andspacious Two bedroom house sharing the courtyard and the swimming pool offering the most stunning views of the countryside. The apartments are fully equipped with air-conditioning, kitchen, living room, balconies, Flat screen TV, Free wi-fi and fire place for winter period.
Discover the heart of the wine country and return to the comfort of your traditional village house. Moustos is a spacious complex of 2 connecting houses that can be booked separately or together in order to accommodate a group of friends or family. These beautifully restored, 250 year old houses give you an authentic experience with modern amenities including free Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen and Plasma TV. Each house comfortably accommodates 6 people.
Nothing can equal the character and charm of a stone built cottage in a peaceful environment, by the river and and forest of Apsiou ... It has that lived in feeling you get from favorite items gathered through the years, by the owner, painter Elena Parari. It is a perfect blend of old and authentic style with the comfort of modern life.
The picturesque cottage is reached from the road by 12 steps and entered through a nice flourishing garden with trees, grapevine,boukabilia and local herbs.
"To Konatzi of Marika and Yiannis" is situated in the centre of the village and it was built in 1865 by the members of the family.
This beautiful, old but newly renovated Cypriot house is located in the delightful village of Tochni. The house stands at the highest point of eastern hills with a panoramic view and a private swimming pool in the middle. The style of this house is with no doubt traditional Cypriot, giving you the feeling of being in another era. The owners of the house have made every effort in keeping with the original style, but making sure that there are all the comforts of modern times. The house features 4 double bedroom fully furnished with dining area and kitchen, bathroom, toilet and veranda.
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, cured pig, kept fowl, harvested the crops and worked lace for the merchants of Lefkara. The villages bought wine from the mountain villages of Vavla and beyond.