Troodos Mountain View1 is a cosy bedroom with exclusive use of bathroom and a large veranda.
Ideal location for day trips, on foot, by bike or by car, and
all year round perfect relaxation.
Minimum stay is 2 nights for this listing
1 B&B on first floor of the house with exclusive use of bathroom (tub, shower, WC) and adjacent roofed veranda, use of pool,
shared breakfast room on ground floor
A/C and central heating.
If you like more space, more privacy or you travel with your child please check out Troodos MountainView 2
Zugang für Gäste
Wireless Internet/broadband is available on the premises.
Guests are welcome to use our swimming pool (open from May to October, and shared by guests from Toodos1, 2, and 3). Private booking of pool is not possible
Interaktion mit Gästen
We try to have one person always at the premisses
so we can answer your questions promptly
Usually we meet our guests at the Petrolina Petol Station in the village and guide them to the house. This is necessary due to a map error in Trimiklini road network in most navigation systems.
If you like a challenge do the following: coming up from Limassol you pass the petrol station on your left and you turn right immediately after the petrol station (corner co-op branch) and follow the road. Each time you come to a point where you have more than one choice take the option with the steeper slope up, This will bring you to your destinaton (Troodos 1 right and Troodos 2 and 3 left). Dead easy good luck.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Minimum bookings for 2 nights
Leave the place as you found it upon arrival.
Please : only bookings for 2 or more nights
Use of Pool: open to guests staying in Troodos Mountain View 1, 2, and 3, reservation for private use : not possible
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