Villa Chloe has everything you could wish for in a holiday villa. The property has more of a homely feel than a rental property and you will soon appreciate the attention to detail that the owners have put into the villa to make your holiday as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.
The ground floor comprises of a large open plan living area, kitchen and dining area which provides all the amenities you and your family would ever need.
The living area has two large sofas, one of which converts into a king size bed for 2 persons. TV channels from all around the world is provided through the internet box on the large flat screen TV - perfect for those cosy nights in.
The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and is situated next to the large dining table which can comfortably seat 8 persons.
Upstairs we have 3 large sized bedrooms. The master bedroom comprises of a queen sized bed with en-suite shower room. The other two bedrooms are similar and have 2 single beds in each. All rooms have the use of a family bathroom with shower and WC.
The bedrooms have lots of storage space for your belongings and a personal safe for you high value items, money and passport.
Air-conditioning is provided throughout the property.
Bed linen and towels (not beach/pool) are provided.
Modern & Spacious 3 Bedroom Villa with Private Pool situation in a quiet residential area of Paralimni, just a stones throw to the beach.
Guests will have full and exclusive access of the whole property.
Interaction with Guests:
An English speaking representative will be available 24 hours a day for any questions or concerns.
Paralimni is a main holiday area of the Ammochostos (Famagusta) region and incorporates the subdistrict of Protaras, which is a popular tourist resort.
Hundreds of windmills dot the landscape, and the area is famous for its beaches of crystal-clear waters and soft, powdery sands. The Natural Forest Park of Cape Gkreko - located southeast of Protaras - is especially beautiful with its coves, caves, rare flora and fauna and stunning views.
Other sights of interest include the Paralimni Folkloric Museum / Traditional House, which depicts daily life in olden times, and the fishing shelters of Saint Nicholas and Agia Triada chapels,
The area also has significant religious monuments, including the 13th century two-aisled church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, which is decorated with unusual 18th century porcelain plates, and houses a small ecclesiastical museum. There are also a number of other interesting churches in the wider region.
An important religious festival is held to honour Agios Georgios annually on April 23 (Feast of Agios Georgios), where visitors are welcome to join in the traditional festivities, which include stalls, entertainment and local food and drink. There are also various other festivals in Protaras throughout the year, including the Flower Festival, the Festival of the Flood and the Summer Film Festival.
Cyprus has a great public bus network with a bus stop just a few minutes walk. There are several routes taking you in all directions from Pernera, to Protaras to Ayia Napa and even Larnaca. It is very inexpensive and is a great way to explore the island.
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is anytime after 4:00 PM