2 double bedrooms & 1 twin, bathroom, en-suite, downstairs cloakroom, sleeps 6/9
The spacious bedrooms are air-conditioned and have ceiling fans.All bedrooms have patio doors leading onto balconies. The rooms have fitted wardrobes. Hair dryers, bed linen and towels (house and beach) are provided in each room. A cot is available for our younger guests. A single and double futon completes the sleeping arrangements. The cot and single futon can be moved to accommodate guests sleeping requirements. Weekly bed linen and towel change.
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - We cater for baby needs free of charge.We cater for baby needs free of charge.
No smoking - We provide ashtrays for outdoor smoking.We provide ashtrays for outdoor smoking.
Max guests: 9 (sleeps up to 9 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
- Air conditioning is optional at £10 per night. (Recommended for June to August)
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Cleaned with disinfectant
The villa is built in a small quiet close in a residential area in the village of Emba. The local supermarket stocks a full range of products, from local produce to Heinz Beans! There are several food outlets selling traditional Cypriot food, fresh fish and a bakery, along with traditional Tavernas, all within a few minutes walk.
The surrounding villages of Lempa, Chlorakas and Kissonerga all have local restaurants.
Coral Bay is a few minutes drive away. The atmospheric high street is full of bars and restaurants which have characters of their own. A few minutes drive further on leads you to sandy beaches and water sport activities.
Paphos main town and harbour are in the opposite direction, where facilities are abundant. There are two contrasting areas, The Harbour - with its many restaurants or Bar Street - for club land and bars.
We recommend car hire, or alternatively, the local taxi firm that we recommend are always available to take you to the shops, beach, restaurants or local attractions. They will collect very promptly from the villa or your choice of venue. They are also bookable in advance. There is a timetabled bus service into Paphos which runs approximately every two hours.
Golf: On offer in Cyprus are several challenging, world class golf courses, warm hospitality and practically all year round sunshine. Golf was popularised in Cyprus in the late 1990s, so it is a relatively new sport to the country. The Cyprus Golf Federation was established in 2000, its main objective to promote and manage amateur golf on the island. The golf courses on Cyprus are clustered around the popular tourist areas of Paphos and Larnaca, in beautiful valley and hillside locations.
The Tsada Golf Club can lay claim to being the first grass golf course built in Cyprus. Completed in 1994, it is located 20 minutes from Paphos and is elevated 550m above sea level, ensuring a calming cool breeze during the warm summer months.
The Aphrodite Hills Golf Club is located near Paphos in Cyprus, overlooking the Mediterranean, taking its name from the birthplace of Aphrodite, which it overlooks. Aphrodite Hills has been described as an award winning 18 hole championship golf course and academy.
The Secret Valley Golf Club is probably the most prestigious golf course in Cyprus, located in the famous area of Petra tou Romiou, the birthplace of Aphrodite, 18 km east of Paphos and 49 km west of Limassol.
Ski: The Cyprus Ski Club was created on March 2, 1947 and since then it has a leading role in the development of skiing on the island. The first lift was built and operated on the eastern face of Mt Olympus using primitive equipment, while a second lift was built in 1951 near the 'Dolphin' restaurant, to the west of Troodos Square (the remnants of this lift, which was powered by the engine of a Ford truck, can still be seen).
After the independence of Cyprus in 1960, the Ski Club developed into its modern form, with a ski Federation under the auspices of the FIS, and four regional clubs (Nicosia, Limassol, Troodos, and Famagusta) competing in various skiing competitions. Until 1968, mobile lifts operated by the British Army were used, but in 1968 the first lift owned by the CSC was built at Sun Valley 1. The big lift at North Face was the second to be built, followed by Hermes (Sun Valley 2) in 1973, and Hera (North Face 2) in 1986. www.skicyprus.com/webcam/
About Jayne & John Ward
We are a small letting agency, based in Kent, which has been established for the past twenty five years, providing accommodation to students attending the local university. We purchased Villa Kalandia fourteen years ago as a family holiday retreat; but is also available for long and short term lets throughout the year. Our aim is to provide, with the support of our English management team in Paphos, a first class holiday experience.
Jayne & John Ward purchased this villa in 2003
Why Jayne & John Ward chose Emba
We enjoy the village setting of Villa Kalandia which is ideal for country walks and quiet evenings by the private pool, and yet it is within easy access to tourist hot spots, attractions and cultural experiences of the Island; making it a holiday home to suit all needs.
What makes this villa unique
Villa Kalandia has the benefit of a quiet village setting with a private garden and pool. We have an English management team who are contactable from the point of your arrival in Cyprus. They are on hand to support you with any queries you may have throughout your stay. We use a very helpful local Taxi firm and Car Hire company who are familiar with the area and know Villa Kalandia very well.