Cyprus Villa 463
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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
This private 3 bedroom villa, being one of two identical villas, is perfect for those seeking a peaceful and relaxing base. The hillside location allows you to enjoy the magnificent views of the rolling countryside, corn fields and sea sparkling in the distance, nothing short of spectacular! Reached via a private driveway and spaced well apart, both villas offer peace and privacy, and you are guaranteed a warm welcome from the friendly and hospitable owners who live nearby.
The ground floor has an open plan living area with satellite TV - 'NileSat' (worldwide programmes), a dvd player and ceiling fans, the kitchen is equipped with an oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. The washing machine is housed in the ground floor shower room. The dining table seats 6.The first bedroom is found on the ground floor, having twin beds and a door leading outside to the pool terrace.Adjacent is a shower room.
The villa has wireless internet connection.
The first floor has one double bedroom, one twin bedroom and a full bathroom. All of the bedrooms have ceiling fans in addition to air-conditioning units* which can be used for either cooling or heating. The large upper terrace is the best place to enjoy to the full the panoramic views of the countryside and sea views. The property also has 2 camp beds (suitable for children up to the age of 12 years), so could accommodate up to a maximum of 8 persons.
Each of the bedrooms is equipped with an air conditioning unit* for both cooling and heating. A safety deposit box, a hairdryer and pool towels are supplied. A baby cot and highchair can be provided on request.
Outside there is a pool shower and sun terraces surround the 9m x 5m swimming pool. Gazebos cover the outdoor dining areas and portable barbeques allow you to enjoy your meals by the poolside. The gardens are beautiful with many different plants, fruit trees and grapevines crawling down from the hilltop.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos|
|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, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
High chair and baby cot can be provided upon request.
Rates include: Weekly cleaning service & Welcome Grocery Pack. Air conditioning (for cooling and heating) is payable locally at the rate of 7 Euros per unit per day.
Changeover day is flexible.
|Further details outdoors|
Outside there is a pool shower and sun terraces surround the 9m x 5m swimming pool. Gazebos cover the outdoor dining areas and portable barbecues allow you to enjoy your meals by the poolside. The gardens are beautiful with many different plants, fruit trees and grapevines crawling down from the hilltop.
The Paphos District
This south-west corner of Cyprus has an ambience all of its own: soft breezes, old stone, elusive enchantment and an air of antiquity. This is the kingdom of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and her presence seems to linger. Paphos itself is really two towns, each with its own character; Ktima on the cliff and Kato Paphos by the sea, two kilometres down the road. The one is unchanged over centuries and thoroughly Cypriot while the other has expanded over the last decade from a sleepy fishing village and harbour into a bustling, busy, sprawling cosmopolitan resort which is still growing.
Roman Paphos was the island's capital, and the 3rd century mosaics here are the finest in the Mediterranean. The atmosphere is funloving and friendly, with plenty of bars, pubs, discos, a few nightclubs and innumerable eating places providing anything from choice Italian cuisine to sizzling souvlaki off the spit.
Swimming in the bay's deep, clear waters is good. The coastline to the north is peppered with small sandy coves but the area's best beach is a 15 minute drive away at Coral Bay. Paphos is an ideal centre from which to explore this region of wild coastline, unspoilt hillside villages and natural beauty; yet it takes less than an hour by car to reach Limassol.
Paphos combines both culture and entertainment in a conveniently sized package. In Paphos you will find some of Cyprus' most stunning archaealogical gems such as its Roman mosaics and Tomb of the Kings situated amongst beach-front resort hotels and golden beaches. Cultivated bananas grow in profusion along the south-western litoral, yet the Akamas Peninsula is one of the island's last unspoilt wildernesses and is home to flora and fauna species found only on Cyprus. Small beach resorts that have not yet succumbed entirely to commercialisation await discerning travellers and there are abundant land and sea based activities to suit every taste. While Limassol is brash and Larnaka is demure, Paphos is quite friendly and is one of Cyprus' most desirable cities. Kato Paphos (Lower Paphos) is the port annex of Pano Paphos (Upper Paphos) and is home to the greatest number of archaeological sites in the area. It provides a lively and friendly ambience in it's renovated port area where visitors, unlike elsewhere in Cyprus' ports, can actually swim. With its palm tree lined boulevards, tasteful public and private buildings, Paphos is a pleasant place to spend a holiday. There are ample restaurants and watering holes and if you tire of the beach annex you can always retire to Pano Paphos for an afternoon's stroll or evening meal.
The village of Steni is found in the northwestern part of Cyprus, five kilometers from the Bay of Polis Chrysochous. Built at an altitude of 200 meters above sea level its wonderful climate produces cherries, avocado, mango, watermelons, apples, lemons and oranges in abundance.
Steni is located between mountains and plains and much of the village history relates to the river that flowed across the community with five oil mills situated along its banks, the oldest dating back to the 16th century. The bridge that crossed the river connecting the two parts of the village was the meeting point for locals during the evenings, who would sit chatting while listening to the flow of the river. Even though the river no longer flows through the village, Steni still enjoys a laid back atmosphere. The village is evolving with the times but its developments are controlled so it still retains much of its natural charm and character. Amongst its modern day amenities Steni counts a small village store, coffee shop and village tavern.
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