Cyprus Villages Traditional Homes
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in a way and need to be put right.
I am not going to comment on the stay at this point, but I did have the opportunity to visit the premises twice during my recent stay in Limassol and I also had a Business Lunch here, so the comments are on the general outlook.
LOCATION: Superb, the beach is outstanding, the location makes it a great base for exploring the island as well.
THE NEW LOOK: The entire accommodation ...
... of mine dish.
SEAFOOD: Out of the seafood list I tried the Sautéed King Prawns for €36.00 and the Bay Scallop for €25.00. The prawns were cooked to perfection and had a lovely taste. The Pine Nuts add an exotic touch and create a distinct flavor.
The scallops were mild sweet, the texture though was fishy and a bit rubbery. Personally I prefer the sea scallops the bigger ones instead but I cannot complain as these were ok too. They were pan fried ...
... in comfort and eloquent silence in the amazing ambience of his room. Functional amenities for demanding guests!
Coffee/tea facilities, fresh flowers in the room and bathroom, safe, mini bar, iron board, robe and slippers are provided.
Remember to have the chain behind the door just in case somebody accidentally comes in. Sometimes you might not hear the knock and the staff thinks that nobody is in and they gate-crash inside.
... who had come all the way from Larnaca. It was a treat from one of the ladies and one of them kept saying that this experience was the best in her whole life. They had a snack before leaving and we had a long chat as well. They felt reborn and their skin was so soft and clean they kept saying after the 20' mud therapy in the Rasul bath and the sauna. Their excitement was obvious! The ceremonial mud steam bath and the herbal steam (sweating bath) are free if you ...
... iconostasis and didn't come back out again while I was there. The monastery is in the long building surrounding the courtyard. It has little doors for the monks cells I guess and the hallways are covered with mosaics of Biblical scenes with the saints conveniently labeled in Greek. There are also paintings on the walls and ceilings. There were several gift shops...I wish I had more room in my luggage for monk tea, honey and something ...