Yiayia's House (#1132)
Limassol, Cyprus

Bedrooms:3 Sleeps:6
Bathrooms:2 Handicapped:No
Pet Friendly:No Smoking:No
Pool:No Term:1-30 days

Yiayia�s House is a charming, private house in the heart of the old district of Limassol.

The house was completely restored in 2007/8, paying great attention to detail and revealing architectural features hidden for more than half a century.

This is a well-designed, compact house. It is modern, but its traditional, somewhat unconventional, lay-out and old-world charm give it an almost medieval air. So, if you are looking for a modern concrete construction with a square pool this is NOT the place for you.
Yiayia�s House accommodates 6 adults in comfort.

Yiayia's House
Yiayia's House
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40% deposit to reserve the property.
Balance payable 6 weeks prior to arrival.

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Features and Amenities Nearby Activities
Limassol is the largest coastal resort in Cyprus. It is a bustling city, second only to the capital, Nicosia. Yiayia�s House is located in the centre of the medieval district. This area is not what the locals call the �tourist district'; that may be found on the outskirts of the new town.

If you wish to experience true urban Cyprus, the way the locals live it, this is as close as it gets. Here you will find an abundance of cultural and gastronomic venues, including shops, kafeneia (coffee houses), cinemas, theatres, bars, tavernas and restaurants. The old harbour (now a fishing shelter), the new promenade, the Ottoman quarter, the hamam baths (which still function), the medieval castle (where Richard the Lionheart wed Berengaria in 1191) and the new marina are all a short walk away.

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