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Luxury Villa in the hills of Cyprus with swimming pool

Dot and Dave of Sevenoaksart often visit Cyprus and for if you want a holiday with a little more privacy and a taste of luxury with your own swimming pool and private sunbathing you cannot beat this remote Luxury Villa in Cyprus.
Hire a car and visit some of the remote beaches in Cyprus and in the evening wander down to a local taverna and sample the Ouzo, local wines and meze or have a traditional Greek Barbeque by the swimming pool as you watch the sun go down

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Villa in Cyprus We have stayed twice in this villa. Three bedrooms, sleeps six. Situated in the village it is an old stone house that has been converted. George used to live here. You can almost sense the past happy family life. The garden and swimming pool are not overlooked and we have enjoyed a quite drink sitting under the lemon tree.

The furniture is very traditional in this thick walled villa that stays cool during the hot summer days. Air conditioning is available but we never used it. Car essential.

Greek villages are not like the pretty English villages but make up for it in character and the friendliness of its occupants. If you had foreigners in strange garments wandering about my village I am sure that they would not get the welcome that we got in Lysos.

We do not believe in cooking much on holiday so were very pleased to find that Paradisos Hills hotel in Lysos had a restaurant open all day that served the very best of Greek cuisine with magnificent views, friendly service and a very relaxed atmosphere.

With a villa holiday we have found that you do not need to pack so many clothes as you can easily shove your dirty stuff in the washing machine and put them out in the sun to dry. If you are worried about looking that smart an iron is available.

If this idea of a holiday in a villa in Cyprus does not appeal to you you can always stay in one of the crowded hotels, be served by immigrant waiters, charged £10 a time for your gin and tonic, wear a coloured hotel wrist band, queue up for your breakfast and lay on one of the hundreds of sun beds lined up in front of the hotel..

George (born in the village) is the owner and is always at hand if you have problems.