Traditional Town House with Courtyard

Sleeps 6 (4 Bedrooms) - £325 a week


This traditional Cypriot town house offers a unique experience. Lovingly restored and modernised, it is decorated in traditional style and furnished with antique and hard-carved furniture. The high-walled courtyard garden is shaded by olive, tangerine, fig, pomegranate, and lemon trees (with fruit for the taking!). A gate from the end of the garden leads into the narrow pedestrianised streets that weave through the walled city, leading to its many historic sites, including churches and fortifications, a Gothic cathedral and the remains of a Venetian palace. There is a lovely sandy beach within walking distance, or five minutes by car. The house was previously listed with Owners Direct for over three years and received a unanimous five-out-of-five star rating from 12 reviewers.  Located in the heart of the walled medieval city of Famagusta. It's private courtyard garden provides a peaceful retreat, with cafes, shops, restaurants close by.  Ideal for couples or families.  One visitor described it as a perfect place to paint or to write a novel.i


  • First Bedroom - Double Bed
  • Second Bedroom - 2 single beds
  • Third Bedroom - 1 single bed
  • Forth Bedroom - 1 sofa bed
  • One Bathroom with shower
  • Courtyard
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Air Conditioning
  • Oven/Hob
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Washing Machine
  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Satellite TV (BBC World Service only)
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Welcome pack provided (Tea, Coffee, Milk, Sugar and drinking water)
  • On street parking
  • Free Wifi
  • Accessibility - Ground floor with staircase leading to lounge on second floor


Rates are £325 a week (£37 a night, minimum stay 5 nights).

Rates are based on 2 people.  There is an additional fee of £5 a night per person over 2 people.



Notes on prices: 

£20 of electricity is included per week. This is more than enough but we have to stipulate this to discourage people from leaving the air conditioning running when they go out.