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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
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Villa Darcy is a detached Villa located In Lapta and is a really spacious 3-bedroom Villa comfortably accommodating 8 people (using 3-bedrooms and 2 x sofa beds which are 3/4 size and not singles).
The Villa has Mediterranean Gardens to the front with fabulous views of the coastline and to the side is a very large off road parking area. At the rear of the property and very private, is a stunning 10m x 5m Overflow Swimming Pool complete with steps in the shallow end and a ladder in the deep end which is a depth of 6 feet. The pool and terracing have lighting - a great place for a late dip. There are stunning views of the mountains from this area.
The whole area is walled and very private.
Entering the Villa there is a large open plan area which is "L" shaped and includes a Spacious Lounge with a Screen for viewing your DVDs and a DVD Player for your entertainment. In this room are 2 Sofa Beds which are larger than single beds providing accommodation for a further 2 people. Moving from the lounge you pass the dining area complete with Table and Chairs and then on to the kitchen which is really spacious and is complete with everything, including a Dishwasher and washing machine as well as you the usual kitchen appliances.
On this floor is a cloakroom complete with toilet.
An ornate marble staircase takes you to the first floor where you will find all 3 bedrooms as follows:-
Bedroom 1: King size bed with fitted wardrobes and an air conditioning unit plus an en-suite Shower Room complete with toilet - the Curtains are backed with Black Out Material - keeping it cool and helping to keep out the bight light
Bedroom 2: Double Bed with fitted Wardrobes and an air conditioning unit - the Curtains are backed with Black Out Material - keeping it cool and helping to keep out the bight light
Bedroom 3: Twin Beds with fitted wardrobes and an air conditioning unit - the Curtains are backed with Black Out Material - keeping it cool and helping to keep out the bight light
Every bedroom has spectacular views of either the mountains or the sea.
There is a family bathroom complete with a full size bath tub and toilet on this floor.
There are fans in addition to Air Conditioning Units
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Sunset Beach|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Ercan (Nicosia) / Larnaca Airport|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, King Beds (1), Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
About this location
The Kyrenia District
The Northern coastline, which borders the Besparmak Mountains, is reputed to be one of the most beautiful areas in the Mediterranean and the Harbour of Kyrenia simply adds to the beauty surrounding you - there is also a castle to explore - it is as if time stood still when you wander along the cobbled streets or take in a beverage at the many Harbour side Cafes and Restaurants - you will find the people so friendly. Northern Cyprus with its beauty, great restaurants, friendly people and superb climate make a great recipe for a relaxing, non-commercialised holiday - it is as if time stood still.
There are lots of places to visit - St. Hilarion Castle at the top of a mountain peak is approx 20 mins by car - this Castle is lit up at night and makes quite a spectacle. in the darkness of the mountains.
You could also take a drive to the Karpaz Penninsula (Pan Handle) in the North, now a protected Nature Reserve - here you will see wild Donkeys (Cyprus' oldest inhabitants) and the Sea is a fabulous Turquoise plus miles of White Sandy Beaches - totally unspoilt - quite amazing, it is as if time stood still as nothing has changed in this region for approximately 30 years. You can visit in July or August and not see a person - you can have the whole beach to yourselves!!! There are many species of birds, wild flowers (including orchids). There are also nesting grounds for 2 endangered species of Sea Turtle in the Karpaz, and depending on the time of year you make your visit, it can be possible to see the turtles come to lay their eggs and the babies trying to make it to the sea when they hatch.
In this region there are ruins and even dungeons (Famagusta) to visit and explore. The ruins of Salamis would also be a great place to visit - there arew so many ruins to visit - the whole Island is steeped in history
Bellapais Abbey is another great place to visit - the views and the abbey - the local restaurants will provide a taxi from the Villa to the restaurant and return you - free of charge - and no, the taxi price is not reflected in the price of the meals - the price is similar to all other restaurants and to see the Abbey by night is a treat (see picture)
You can cross the border into Southern Cyprus at the Nicosia crossing which is approximately 30 minutes, or alternatively drive to Famagusta (approximately 1.5 hours) and cross over to the South Eastern corner of Southern Cyprus - it should be pointed out if hiring a car in Northern Cyprus you will not be allowed to take the car to Southern Cyprus, but if you were to hire a car in the South when you arrive at Larnaca Airport, it is possible to drive to the South in the Hire Car from the North. However with so much to see in the North - the South should be a separate holiday!!!
The villa is set back from the Coast Road amongst the Fauna on the outskirts of Lapta, here you will also find numerous species of Birdlife and a few goats here and there. There are also some great walks with stunning scenery.
The village of Lapta is a short distance away - there are shops, restaurants and a supermarket.
There is also a beautiful Monastery - Ayia Anastasia Monastery - see the picture.
There are also several beaches locally. For the more adventurous there are the Sunset Beach Water Sports facilities just across the Coast Road.
Lapta is next to the Village of Alsancak and both have wonderful restaurants - International Cuisine at its finest whether your taste is Indian, Chinese, Italian, French or typical Cypriot - you will be spoilt for choice . You will find the restaurants very inexpensive and very friendly - normally offering a free coffee and brandy after your meal.
If all this is not enough - then there are the many Casinos (no Membership is necessary) - the Casinos will feed you and supply free drinks of your choice whilst you play - the Slots, Black Jack, Roulette, Poker and other Card Games.
Lapta has spectacular scenery, cooling sea and mountain breezes in the hot summer months, and a constant supply of mains water. The area is ideal for those who like the beach and water sports or poolside holidays, as well as for those who like to walk and explore the spectacular mountain scenery and ruins, etc.
Cyprus is also renown for Scuba diving - there are many schools and diving clubs available locally.
You can be daring and take in some Paragliding from the mountain top or simply hang in there from the back of a boat!!!! Hire a Jetski or Jetbike - it is all here for you to enjoy with uncrowded beaches to enjoy as well.
( Lapta ) Lapethos, thought to be the capital of an ancient kingdom, was constructed where today's Lapta is. The first inhabitants of Lambusa are thought to have moved there in 13th Century BC. The city was conquered by the Phoenicians in the 8th Century BC, but its most glorious times were during the Roman and Byzantine Periods. Some of the precious antiquities found in Lambusa are being displayed at the Nicosia Museum, but the rest are in the British Museum in New York, and in the Dumbarton oaks Collection in Washington DC.
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