Ozankoy Bungalow Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 3 shower rooms with toilets, sleeps 8
Canna Villa is one of 7 bungalows in a cul-de-sac, each with its own private garden and pool, and is fully air-conditioned (also warm and cosy with central heating and a log fire for winter months). It has a master bedroom with 6' double/twin with an en-suite shower room and toilet, a 4'6' double bedroom and 1 twin room sharing the guest shower room with toilet, and a fourth bedroom, en-suite, which can be 6' double or twin. The kitchen, living room and two of the bedrooms open onto a large, shady veranda, also sheltered in winter, which runs along the south facing back of the house, overlooking the pool, mature and very private garden and the mountains.
Flights: Flights to northern Cyprus go from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester, Birmingham, Belfast and Glasgow with Cyprus Turkish Airllines via a short stop in Turkey - you don't get off the plane - or Turkish Airlines, via Istanbul. The Turkish airline Pegasus flies to Ercan via Istanbul. Contact us if you require advice on flights to Ercan. Journey time to the villa is 35 mins. You can also fly daily to Larnaca in the South with British Airways (BA.com) or Cyprus Airways and get a taxi direct through the border to the north, taking 1hr 20 min. We can arrange for the taxi to collect you and we can arrange hire cars in the north as well. Some charter flights go to Larnaca from regional airports. Easyjet flies from Gatwick to Larnaca
Car Hire: This is essential and we can put you in touch with a car hire firm in the north who will also pick-up from the airport.
Arrival: There will be a Welcome Pack awaiting you at the villa. Wi-fi and Sky TV is included in the rent. Arrival time should be after 4pm and departure by 11am please.
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
Mrs Susan Francis
Susan grew up in Cyprus, her family having arrived there from the UK in 1946. She spent an idyllic childhood there, resulting in a real love for the island.
She and her husband had the house built in 2003 when they retired in the UK and they now spend time there in the spring and autumn
They immediately loved the location of the villa when they first saw it. South facing, with views up to Bellapais Abbey and the wonderful north coast mountain range, they never tire of looking at them. Its proximity to Kyrenia and to the lovely unspoilt beaches and mountain walks also influenced us.
The villa is cosy and comfortable in winter, and with our wide, shady veranda to the south, and the different areas to sit in in our very beautiful and secluded garden the rest of the year, it is a villa for all seasons.