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This is a very nicely appointed stone built 3 bedroom bungalow villa with dramatic backdrop and surroundings in one of Peyia's most exclusive residential areas. The elevated position of this villa ensures it enjoys enviable panoramic views stretching across the countryside and ravine towards the sea. The property is deceptively spacious throughout and comfortably furnished in a traditional style.
The villa is accessed via a small set of steps (15) (gated) near the private parking area outside. An immediate sense of awe washes over you as you see the stone villa with private pool in front and the amazing mountain scenery.
On entering the villa, the living area is dominated by the working corner stone fireplace and is equipped with satellite television** and a DVD player. There are 2 large and comfortable sofas. Behind the lounge is the dining area with room to seat 6. Through an archway and you are in the fully equipped kitchen which includes an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher.
**(The current IPTV system features most UK Sky channels as well as many channels in German, Spanish and Russian. It also features a library of 900 movies, series and children's series which is regularly updated.)
The 3 bedrooms are located along the corridor leading from the lounge. The master double bedroom has a full en-suite bathroom and patio doors that lead directly onto the pool terrace.There are two further twin bedrooms each with en-suite shower rooms. One of these shower rooms also has direct access from the corridor so can be used as a separate guest cloakroom.
Further internal features, are wooden beamed ceilings and whitewashed walls which contrast starkly with dark wood furnishings giving an air of tradition and a feeling of cosyness in this delightful holiday villa.
For added comfort two ceiling fans have been installed in the living area and both the kitchen and living area have been fitted with flyscreens. All 3 bedrooms are equipped with flyscreens and air conditioning units (including living area and bedrooms) which is included in the price. A Travel Cot and Highchair can be provided free of charge upon request
Wi-Fi is included in the rental rate.
Outside, the 8m x 4m private swimming pool is surrounded by a large sunbathing terrace fully equipped with sunbeds, umbrellas, a smart looking barbeque, and a wooden table and chairs perfect for enjoying relaxed alfresco dining on those warm summer evenings. A pool shower has been newly fitted for convenience.The well tended garden area is planted with young fruit trees and fragrant jasmine and honeysuckle climb the perimeter wall. The elevated position above street level gives privacy and a lockable security gate gives peace of mind.
Eating out in Cyprus is not only extremely cheap but also it's virtually impossible to eat badly.
A lot of the locals and tourists too, don't bother cooking at home they just eat out. You can get full English breakfasts for around 4 euros and even have a 20 course meal (small dishes) the famous 'Cyprus Meze', for around 15 euros
Review submitted by Les from UK - (Submitted: 09/07/2016)
''We had a fantastic time at villa alicia, it has everything you would want for a great holiday. Doug and Diana are great managers. Peyia is a nice place to eat and drink, so many resturants and good supermarkets like philippos for your everyday needs. I would highly reccomend this villa, this is the best one we have stayed in, and would return anytime. Les, sue, nathan and becca''.
Villa Alicia was a fantastic charming and rustic villa in a great secluded and quiet location with fabulous mountain views, the ambiance was magical and the weather was lovely ... not too hot. The pool was great and the property itself was clean and well maintained (thank you Brian) with all the necessary modern facilities. Both Steve and Brian were only a phone call away and provided us with all the information we required from taxi and restaurant telephone numbers to recommendation of places to visit.... which was much appreciated. The owner provided a good customer service.
The short walk into the village in the evenings were most enjoyable with a good selection of restaurants and bars. Only a short taxi ride to the resort of Coral Bay which had a great selection of restaurants (Hippopotamus & Poseidonas good prices, service and food) and fun entertainment.
Our favourite restaurant with outstanding views, food and great hospitality was "Viklari" also known as The Last Castle (follow directions for Avakas Gorge... but be warned you have to book in advance as it gets very busy but definitely not to be missed!
It is a good idea to hire a car so you can see the country side, beautiful beaches and mountains, all in all it was a fantastic holiday which surpassed our expectations and we are looking forward to returning next year.
Our only complaint was that we wished our stay could have been longer.... 10 days was not enough !!!
We would both be happy to recommend this villa to friends and family.
Thank you for a memorable and wonderful holiday.
Sandra & Robert
Winding up through the banana plantations after a short drive along the coast road from Paphos brings you to Peyia (Peigeia). Villa Alicia has a delightful position on the hillside in Peyia overlooking the sea at Coral Bay.
The village of Peyia is one of the most picturesque and popular villages in the Paphos area. Peyia is spread over a large area with the village centre having many good amenities including bars, restaurants, tavernas, shops and banks. Peyia is a typical Cypriot village. A beautiful ancient church forms the heart of the village while the narrow streets and alleyways are full of old and interesting houses adorned with colourful flowers and citrus trees. Peyia is still largely unspoilt with lively tavernas and friendly locals. You can also buy all your provisions including fresh meat and bread in the shops in Peyia. The early morning aroma of freshly baked bread, sweet and savoury local pastries and cakes coming from the Peyia bakery is almost too much to resist!
Things to do in the Peyia area include many watersports on the beach at Coral Bay, diving, Paphos Bird and Animal Park, horse riding, visiting the protected Akamas Peninsula and Lara Beach Nature Reserve (famous for turtles), hiking/walking, buggy safaris, 4 x 4 safaris, the Sea Caves and Agios Georgios area, sailing and many more. From Peyia the attractions in Paphos and renowned Paphos Aphrodite Water Park are also easily accessible, as are numerous archaeological ruins in Paphos such as the Tombs of the Kings and Paphos Archaeological Park.
If you want to get out and explore Cyprus' fantastic scenery, take a trip to the Akamas Peninsula, Polis, Latchi or even the Troodos mountains. The Akamas is an untouched part of Cyprus with unspoilt coastline and traditional fish taverns in stunning seaside locations.Troodos is the main mountain range in Cyprus, not many people know that in the winter....you can ski!