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).
Pano & Kato Arkoudaleia
the beautiful chirping of birds. The natural environment of the village, with the Chrysochou valley below, is rich in vegetation, vines, carob trees, almond trees,citrus trees and grain, inviting the visitor to go on an adventure of exploration. Akourdalia is part of the Laona project. Pano Akourdaleia
Walk through this attractive village to the Botanical and Herbal Museum, the oldest such museum in Cyprus, where you will see a wide variety of Cypriot aromatic herbs. It fell into disuse for a long time but is now functioning once more, the interest of botanists and nature lovers. The village has a traditional character and is ideal for photography. In Kato Akourdaleia visit the tiny, restored medieval chapel of Ayia Paraskevi, and the Millers House, set near an imposing gorge, about a 30 minute walk form the village (or a rough ride); Also visit the local community's 'Rural Life Museum', which offers the visitor an insight into local art craft and culture.
Visit the church of Ayia Paraskevi and the Folk Art Museum, Swim in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) , follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis), go to Lara Beach and walk through the Botanical and Herbal Museum.
coffee shops, restaurants
Larnaca Airport - 156km
Paphos Airport - 37.3km
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.
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.