Daniel and Theoni Anastasis have recreated the feeling of a simple village life by developing the derelict stone homes that once lay in the centre of Farmakas village, the same place where Daniel was raised with his mother, Yiayia and Papou. Having returned to Cyprus after 45 years in Africa, Daniel wanted to breathe life into his poignant memories and to revere the beauty of village living that encompasses fresh air, beautiful vista’s and food handpicked from the earth.
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.
Aristotle and Elpiniki Papouté have built the first organized hotel unit in the community of Pedoulas in 1917. The Hotel "Aristotle" was the first organized hotel unit of that time, consisting of sixteen rooms and a café and operated until the 1940s or so when it was abandoned and used for other purposes. In the 2000s nothing reminiscent of the old glamour of the building which was declared ramshackle and therefore had been prescribed for demolition.
Situated in a traditional stone house in Tochni, this hotel features lush gardens and an outdoor pool. It offers apartments with fully equipped kitchenettes, and patios with panoramic views of Cyprus. Danae House apartments have simple furnishings and rustic décor. Each apartment has a kitchenette and a seating area with a sofa bed. Free Wi-Fi is also available. In the morning, the Danae serves a continental breakfast. At the Tochni Tavern guests can relax on the terrace and enjoy Commandaria wine and traditional Mediterranean specialties.
The traditional features od this masterfully restored, stone-built mansion blend harmoniously with the green architectural design of environmental Architect Mrs. Antonia Theodosiou. The resort, facing the 19th century church, is situated in Kalavasos village square.
The beautiful 19th century mansion consists of 11 uniquely styled suites named after poets, thinkers and writers from all over the world. The suites open to the courtyard with beautiful and picturesque views of the village and surrounding mountains.
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.