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.
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.
Overlooking Chryssohou Valley, this stone-built, award-wining guesthouse features a swimming pool, along with a spacious courtyard with seating and dining areas. It is situated in Kato Akourdalia village, 35 km from the Paphos Airport.
Boasting a history of over 100 years, Amarakos features spacious units with cool stone walls and tiled floors. The traditional rooms feature iron beds, ceiling fans and a kitchenette with fridge. Modern installations include free Wi-Fi throughout, air conditioning and a TV.
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.
The Mill Hotel, Kakopetria is in the Troodos mountains of Cyprus and is the perfect retreat for holidays and relaxation. The Mill Hotel and the village of Kakopetria, are located 5km from the summit of the Troodos mountains; and has been reviewed as one of the best hotels in the Troodos area. We have created an environment that gives you a sense of individuality and warmth, with true greek hospitality.
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.
Apokryfo comes from the greek ‘hidden away.....kept secret
a fitting name for this secluded property.
Apokryfo is a unique hideaway located at the edge of the picturesque village of Lofou, in the foothills of Mount Olympus, Cyprus. This boutique hotel is made up of a cluster of old stone houses that have been painstakingly renovated by the owners: local architect Vakis Hadjikyriacou and his interior designer wife, Diana.
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.