Themis House is a wonderful and welcoming stone building, fully restored with care in the preservation of its traditional structure. Focal point is the large, paved courtyard with its impressive vine tree. Guests can enjoy their breakfast and coffee under the shade of the vine tree in tranquillity and gaze at the village that lies below in all its grandeur.
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.
Ideally located for exploring this beautiful and unspoilt region, the traditional Piskopos House has such an orientation that it offers you some unique moments of relaxations. Here you will experience complete tranquillity in an authentically traditional area, without missing any of the comforts of the modern way of living, which we have quietly incorporated in all our dwellings. A private swimming pool and the exterior use futon on the veranda offer an exceptional place for leisure.
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.
Karydhia Cottage, a beautiful stone-built residence, is 150 years old. Its large courtyard full of trees, including a massive walnut tree, is particularly impressive.
It is cozy and warm in winter, cool and fresh in summer. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity lying around the swimming pool or under the walnut and pomegranate trees in the delightful courtyard.
Chloe's House is quietly located in Pano Akourdalia village of Paphos Region. It has been recently renovated to offer two self catering traditional studios and two modern ones sharing the pool and garden areas. The house counts hundreds years of history. The four generation took over the management to welcome the guests. The 3 studios and the one bedroom apartment are fully equipped offering all the modern comforts. The house is located just a few minutes drive away from Pafos Town and Polis Chrysochou (Akamas Peninsula).
Situated in a garden outside Kallepeia village in Pafos District, Agrotiko Traditional Houses is a stone-built complex of traditional apartments, 2 One bedroom Apartments and 3 Two bedroom Apartments with a balcony offering views of the vineyards. It features a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi.
Featuring traditional furnishings and local artefacts, the air-conditioned apartments at the Agrotiko include a fully equipped kitchen with fridge, electric kettle and dining area. Each has a seating area with sofa and satellite TV.
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.
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.