|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This traditional stone built village house is situated in the picturesque and unspoilt village of Kallepia being within walking distance of the village. This two storey property has been renovated and is simply but traditionally furnished.
On entering the house from the road through the wooden double doors you will find an open plan living/kitchen area. The living area features a useable log fire place, a three and two seater settee plus armchair. Entertainment is provided by the television with limited satellite channels, a DVD and a CD player. The kitchen is equipped with a gas oven/hob and fridge freezer.
Across the courtyard you enter into a second building which has another living/kitchen area that offers a log fireplace, a three seater settee, dining table and chairs that seat 4 and the kitchen has a gas oven/hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Also in this section of the house you will find two bedrooms which share a bathroom including bath and shower. One bedroom features a traditional Cypriot four poster double bed and the other has a double bed. Access to another full bathroom is from the courtyard.
The first floor is accessible by an external staircase leading up from the courtyard. On the first floor is a bedroom sporting another traditional Cypriot four poster double bed, and two twin bedrooms. Each of the three bedrooms have a shared balcony, this balcony also leads to the roof terrace with table and chairs and the most stunning views.
A baby cot and highchair are available upon request. One extra bed can be provided in the form of a camp bed suitable for a child.
Air conditioning is found in all the bedrooms for both cooling and heating (see rental rates).
There is a private 8m x 4m swimming pool found in the courtyard where there are walnut, pomegranate, apple and fig trees growing. Plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas can be found and the garden area plus three sitting areas to enjoy the al-fresco eating experience. Also there is a wood burning oven plus a barbeque.
Please note: Smoking is not permitted inside the villa.
a very nice place. In the beginning there were some problems with the pool but after a telephone call the owner took care of it. Good service. Very friendly. Quiet place, very beautiful house. Maybe a bit old equipment (toaster, washing machine, dishwasher, ...) but it does the works on a holiday... Overall impression : very charming and very friendly owner.
Kallepia is a village built 500m above sea level and situated 13km northeast of Paphos. This rustic and picturesque village enjoys commanding views of the Troodos Mountain range and Mount Olympus. Its narrow winding lanes enjoy a wonderful cool climate even during the summer months. The village has amazing architecture comprising mainly of stone built houses and the stunning craftsmanship of the village includes wonderful pitchers, clay pots and the marble rocks which you will find at the Monastery of the Holy Cross. The Old Church of Ayios Georgios which is a well known tourist attraction is surrounded by plantations and vineyards.
The villa is located within walking distance of the village, since Kallepia is very much a traditionally rural community you will not find it overcrowded with expatriates or holiday makers. In fact as far as amenities are concerned, the village favours a traditional coffee shop, a couple of restaurants and kiosk. Many more facilities can be found in the neighbouring village of Tsada within 4 kilometers of the villa. Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Minthis Hills Golf & Country Club is only 3.2kms away with its stunning fairways. Secret Valley Golf Course, Aphrodite Hills Golf Course and Elea Golf Course are all within approximately a 20 to 45 minute drive.
If you are interested in the history behind wine making or just like the taste of wine then Kallepia is in the heart of the Vouni-Panagias-Ampelitis wine route. It is said that wine is not a new story to Cyprus and recent archeological excavations which have been undertaken on the island have confirmed the thinking that this small tranche of earth has been producing wine for almost 5,000 years.
Just 13km away is Paphos Town which was once the capital of the island and is now included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world's heritage. The remains of villas, palaces, theatres, fortresses and tombs mean that the town is of exceptional architectural and historic value. The well preserved mosaics and the Tombs of the Kings are probably the biggest cultural draw with further archaeological discoveries continually being made. Pano Paphos on the cliff is the main administrative centre and residential district while Kato Paphos, by the sea, is the main tourist area built around the harbour and medieval port. In Kato Paphos you will find the municipality beach at Yeroskipou offering both sand and grassed areas with sunbeds and umbrellas available for hire and a luna park for children. Paphos Zoo is found in the area of Sea Caves closely located to Coral Bay.
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