Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
The superb pool facing apartment is located on the 1st floor of this brand new resort and is accessed through secure doors. It has three bedrooms and sleeps a maximum of six people. Two twin bedrooms (beds can be pushed together to make double beds) and a master bedroom with double bed and ensuite bathroom with shower cubicle, sink and toilet.
Each bedroom has several fitted wardrobes with plenty of hanging space, shelves and drawers and all have air conditioning in the rooms.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Mandria Bay 500 m|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos 10 mins drive 8 km|
|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||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The bathroom comprises of a sink, toilet, bath and shower over the bath.The Master bedroom has en-suite shower room.
The large kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge/freezer, washing machine / dryer, plenty of storage space and cooking areas.
The dining area, adjacent to the kitchen is large with a formal table and chairs.
Leading from the dining area is the living area. Very comfortable with two leather sofas and coffee table. The living area has a large flat screen television, dvd player, (channels now limited) air conditioning unit, some dvds available in the apartment, please feel free to bring a selection of your own. Ipod dock now in situ.
Wi-fi access is available with the purchase of a Internet card available from the Spa.
The living area leads to two large sliding patio doors opening onto a large corner balcony which overlooks the two beautiful swimming pools and gardens. The balcony is furnished with a table and chairs and two very comfortable loungers.
There is a state of the art Health Spa located on site, which is situated underneath the swimming pools. You are welcome to use the facilities at no extra charge and these include jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, relaxation area, studio and gym The Spa offers a wealth of treatments which can be booked at extra charges at times to suit you.
|Further details outdoors|
Aphrodite Sands Resort boasts the highest quality on-site facilities that are unrivalled throughout the region. Guests can take a late swim in the 2 outdoor pools, unwind in the Spa Jacuzzi or steam room or even enjoy a relaxing massage or choose to soothe away excess stress and tension with a range of luxurious spa therapies and treatments. Also available is fully equipped gym & dance studio!
A deposit of 30% of the price of the property is payable at the time of booking. The balance of your holiday as shown on the Confirmation Receipt must be paid in full at least 8 weeks before arrival date, or where the booking takes place less than 8 weeks prior to arrival the full amount is due immediately, plus standard £150GB refundable security deposit.
Payment can be made by cash, bank transfer or cheque (extra time is needed for funds to clear if payment is made by cheque) and bank transfer.
The Paphos region
There's something truly special about the island of Cyprus that few can define. Yet it has a magnetic lure of mythic aptitude that has been beckoning visitors here for centuries!
Cyprus lies in the Eastern Mediterranean and is a land of stunning natural beauty and rich heritage. The island enjoys glorious summery weather all year round, giving rise to its relaxed outdoor lifestyle.
Far reaching sandy beaches and pebble bays bordering clear turquoise waters fringe the island's breathtaking coastline. The magnificent Troodos Mountains' emerald green slopes are flecked with colorful wild flowers in spring and are iced with snowy caps in the few cooler months of the year.
Cyprus is a thriving holiday destination, with modern coastal resorts that provide endless entertainment for holidaymakers and residents alike. In recent years, many have decided to turn their ultimate holiday experience into a way of life by relocating to Cyprus.
The transition is a smooth one as English is widely spoken, Cypriots drive on the left and even the legal system is based on the British one. An added benefit is that Cyprus is a full EU member, making it simple to live and work here.
At first glance, present-day life in Cyprus seems a far cry from the straightforward conventions of yesteryear, with its international shops and facilities, however, many traditions still prevail. Nestled high in vine-clad hillsides are quaint villages, seemingly fixed in ways from years gone by. Age-old crafts including weaving, embroidery, lace making and silversmith are still widely practiced.
Traces of the island's long and intriguing history are still prominent, from ancient castles and amphitheatres to tombs and monasteries. Discoveries about Cyprus' past are constantly being made as new finds are revealed. Recently there has been speculation that Cyprus could be right beside the lost city of Atlantis!
In essence, the attraction to Cyprus is surely the same as it has always been. There are so many different aspects to the island that there really is something for everyone to enjoy! From its temperate climate and dramatic landscape, to its sun-drenched cuisine, friendly people and beguiling antiquity. Often described as 'an island of contrasts', Cyprus is just that, and that's just what makes it so irresistible to so many! Well, perhaps that and a little of the island's own mysterious alchemy!
As you enter the village of Mandria, you are met with a shady tree lined street with large pine trees on both sides and citrus groves directly behind. You immediately notice how different this village is from others in Cyprus. The village square is still small but is usually packed with locals and foreign residents that regularly patronize the six popular village taverns. Almost anyone that has stayed in the Paphos district for some time knows about the delicious food they serve and the live entertainment on the weekends. Mandria has to be one of the hottest areas to buy property in Cyprus at the moment. The growing popularity of the village is apparent.
The small village sits peacefully nestled on the Mediterranean Sea, only 15 minutes outside of Paphos, 5 minutes from the Paphos airport and 25 minutes away from Limassol.
Mandria is attracting a greater number of people because it still has so much undeveloped land on the coast. There are acres of land being farmed by Cypriot refugees who owned land in the occupied north. They now lease the land from the government to farm. This provides the village with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables year round. As you walk around the village the quiet roads, paths and beach front trails are surrounded by orange, lemon, fig and prickly pear trees in addition to potatoes, cucumbers, onions and even peanuts. Every year the village has its festive, annual peanut festival with lots of fresh and traditional Cypriot food, drinks and of course peanuts!
The village has numerous nice walking paths that range from hilly side streets to beach front trails. In Cyprus, there are not always paved paths to use jogging strollers or roller blades however in Mandria, although these things are a novelty, they are used by residents. Bicyclists often travel through Mandria and stop at one of the local taverns. You will see children freely walking and playing in the village and residents walking their dogs and chatting with locals. There is a sense of community and it shows through the pride of ownership the residents display in their homes.
All amenities are fairly close to Mandria there is now a super large supermarket on the main road just outside of Mandria offering fresh produce daily, also the American Academy School is less than 5 minutes away. In Mandria there are services such as a community centre, church, postal services, 2 kiosks, patisserie, beauty salon/spa, Junior Elementary school and a petrol station and also plans for a new Marina in Mandria Bay.
The village is nice mix of old time charm and modernism that makes it a unique and a popular place to live. So if you are thinking of relocating in Cyprus or moving to our wonderful island make sure you pass through Mandria and experience it firsthand. It's a destination not to be missed.
Aphrodite Sands Resort is a brand new stunning signature development built for the more discerning holiday maker located in the beautiful Cypriot village of Mandria away from the hustle and bustle of Paphos. Set in its own private exclusive landscaped gardens and boasting first class on-site facilities, Aphrodite Sands provides its visitors with everything they could ever wish for.