The property has a master bedroom and twin room both with fitted wardrobes, bedside cabinets, chest of drawers and table lamps. The master bedroom has a double bed and an outside balcony which overlooks the lush, landscaped gardens and pool area. The twin room has 2 single beds. A travel cot is provided for babies and toddlers. The bathroom is on the first floor and is fully tiled and has a shower attachment.
Downstairs there is another WC, a fully fitted kitchen with the usual white goods and small appliances and cooking utensils and cutlery. There is an open plan lounge/diner with a sofa and armchairs, dining table and chairs, TV/Sat, DVD, reading books and games. AC and ceiling fans throughout.
The double patio doors lead out onto the terrace area which looks out onto the gardens and pool area. Patio table and chairs are provided and there are sunbeds around the pool. There is a kids pool as well as the large pool and there are wash/shower facilities.
There is an outside parking space
Paradise Gardens 3 in Kato Pahos, Cyprus is ideally situated as it is in close proximity to shops, bars, nightlife, restaurants, beach and services. There is a discount store just across the way which sells all the essentials you need in terms of food, drink, toiletries etc. The well known Pambis Diner Restaurant is only 2 km away from the property as is the Apomero restaurant which does a fantastic 'Meze' - a traditional cypriot meal that can consist of anything upto 30 dishes. All the other restaurants, bars and nightlife are a 10 minute walk or a further 5 minutes takes you to the promenade area where there are a selection of fish and authentic restaurants. The harbour/marina area is the place to go if you want to experience fresh fish delicacies.
During the day the harbour area with its famous 13th century medieval fort has a vast selection of boats that do half and full day excursions and there are water sports as well such as paragliding, waterskiing and jet skiing. Close by is the archelogical site and ruins the Roman Mosaic houses. The orthodox cathedral Ayia Kyriaki is within walking distance from the harbour and is full of beautiful orthodox icons including the famous marble column the pillar against which St Paul was beaten for his efforts in converting the first Roman Governor to Christianity.
Along the road that takes you to Coral bay you can find the Tombs of the Kings which date back to the 4th century BC. It includes heavy columns, caves and chambers and fascinating rich formations.
Paphos is steeped in history and has many churches monasteries and museums dipicting this and so UNESCO has added the whole town of Paphos to its World Cultural Heritage List.
In and around Paphos there is so much to see and do and one of the great places to visit is the mythical birthplace of the Goddess Aphrodite which is a few kilometres outside the town at Petra Tou Romiuo. Another trip is into the Troodos mountains which has many nature trails, picnic areas, charming villages and painted churches and in winter it is the perfect place to go for skiing. For the outdoor enthusiast the Akamas peninsular situated in the north west part of paphos is one to seem with narrow rugged tracks, steep gorges, rocky descents, rugged cliffs and stunning valleys.
For a lighter activity there are wineries and vineyards that are open to the public to sample and buy wines. There is the Fikardos winery in Mesogi Industrial Estate, K&K Vasilikon and Sterna in Kathikas, Avakas and Amforeas in Statos, Lagria in Salamiou and Nelion in Pretori.
For the golfing enthusiast there are several well establised 18 hole golf courses. There is the Minthis Hills near Tsada village, the Secret Valley near the Rock of Aphrodite and Aphrodite Hills.
There are also waterparks and go karting centres as well as bird watching and horse riding which are all easily accessible by bus.