Stelios House

Stelios House

Stelios' House (To Spiti tou Steliou) is a beautiful stone-built house in Panagia near Makarios III Museum dating back to 1850. The house consists of a sitting room area - the makrinari - with dominating element the big stone-built fireplace and a bedroom on the top floor with a balcony commanding a view of the village and the surrounding mountains. The stone-paved courtyard with the large traditional earthenware jars is beautiful and the climbing vine creates plenty of shade for the hot days of summer.

Stelios House

Stelios House

Panagia village,8640 Paphos-Cyprus, 5 Anexartisias Avenue

FOR RESERVATIONS: Tel: +357 99 433094

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Liakoto

Liakoto

Next to Makarios III Museum you will find Liakoto, a beautiful stone-built complex consisting of a two-bedroom apartment and a studio on the second storey of the building. On the lower level of the House you will find a large dining room with a fireplace, bar and kitchen, while the courtyard is a unique oasis of beautiful flowers, olive trees and featuring the characteristic large earthenware jar. Liakoto has its own private parking space. Your stay here will imprint permanent marks of satisfaction, inner joy and peace.

Liakoto

Liakoto

Panagia village,8640 Paphos-Cyprus, 7 Anexartisias avenue

FOR RESERVATIONS: Tel: +357 26 935597

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Mouskos House

Mouskos House

A traditional and historical stone-built residence bearing the family name ' Mouskos '. The house was the residence of the father of Archbishop Makarios III where he lived for the last 43 years of his life. Some pieces of the furniture used are the original ones. The house is situated at the edge of the village very close to the Paphos Forest and has been fully restored and converted into 1 one-bedroom flat and 1 studio. Both flats have their own original fire places, a fully equipped kitchen, shower, toilet and central heating. They enjoy a large stone paved veranda and a courtyard with mature trees. A stone built oven as well as the traditional 'linos' where the grapes were foot-pressed for their juice are still in working order.

Mouskos House

Mouskos House

Panagia village,8640 Paphos-Cyprus, 35 Steliou Demokritou street

FOR RESERVATIONS: Tel: +357 99 678013

 

Palati of Xylari

Palati of Xylari

In the heart of Panagia village lies a magnificent, stone built complex, the Palati (Palace) of Xylari, consisting of four apartments, one of which is a miniature of a Mycenean palace built some 250 years ago, using stone from the mountains of Panagia. The most impressive and at the same time traditional room is the hearth, a sitting room area with traditional decor. The other three apartments date back to the end of the previous century and they also preserve, in their entirety, their traditional character. From the two balconies of the complex, you can listen to the sounds of the boundless mountains, and in the courtyard you will spend many beautiful and relaxing afternoons.

Palati of Xylari

Palati of Xylari

Panagia village,8640 Paphos-Cyprus, 6 Demosthenous street

FOR RESERVATIONS: Tel: +357 99 436257

 

Oniro Hotel

Oniro Hotel

Meletios' mansion (Archontiko tou Meletiou), next to Makarios III Museum in the beautiful village of Panagia, is a complex of buildings only recently renovated for the Agrotourism programme. All apartments command a view of the large stone-paved courtyard with its traditional earthenware jars. Meletios' mansion, built more than 200 years ago, consists of one two-bedroom and two one-bedroom houses as well as a studio with its own fireplace. The balcony on the top floor bears a commanding view of the valley. Undoubtedly an inspired choice in an atmosphere promising a truly tranquil and peaceful stay.

Oniro Hotel

Oniro Hotel

Panagia village,8640 Paphos-Cyprus, 78 Archiepiskopou Makariou III Avenue

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FOR RESERVATIONS: Tel: +357 26 722434, 26 722929 - Fax: +357 26 722974

 

Archontiko tou Meletiou

Archontiko tou Meletiou

Meletios' mansion (Archontiko tou Meletiou), next to Makarios III Museum in the beautiful village of Panagia, is a complex of buildings only recently renovated for the Agrotourism programme. All apartments command a view of the large stone-paved courtyard with its traditional earthenware jars. Meletios' mansion, built more than 200 years ago, consists of one two-bedroom and two one-bedroom houses as well as a studio with its own fireplace. The balcony on the top floor bears a commanding view of the valley. Undoubtedly an inspired choice in an atmosphere promising a truly tranquil and peaceful stay.

Archontiko tou Meletiou

Archontiko tou Meletiou

Panagia village, 8640 Paphos-Cyprus, 11 Anexartisias avenue

FOR RESERVATIONS: 00357 99 518000

 

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