Enjoy the warmth and beauty of the Mediterranean on an island with a reputation for its welcoming hospitality. Only 20 minutes away from Larnaca International Airport and the beaches.
Villa Menorah is nestled in the Cypriot hills in Ayia Anna with all the charm of a traditional Greek stone village retaining much of its original flavour and quaintness of local character. Surrounded by a beautiful garden, it enjoys the tranquillity of the countryside.
This room enjoys a king-size bed and delightful views of the garden from its own covered patio with a private shower.
Wake up to our fresh continental breakfast. Dinner options abound with a couple of excellent island-renowned taverns famous for sumptuous Greek Cypriot meze and live folk music. For those who prefer the independence of self-catering, a fully-equipped kitchenette is convenient for lunch and supper and there is a well-stocked shop in the village.
Ideally situated for easy access to both seaside beaches - by car or bus - and the Troodos Mountains, this is a perfect launchpad for exploring the island. We’re glad to help with your touring plans and do everything we can to make your holiday a pleasurable experience.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the lounge and front veranda as well as the garden. The room leads out onto a patio, with chairs and coffee table, which looks out onto the garden through arches.
Interaction with guests
We're available to help you with your sightseeing plans and can offer maps and guidebooks to help you explore the island. We will do our best to cater to your needs.
Other things to note
We are happy to collect you from Larnaca Airport or Larnaca Bus Station. We can usually help except during breakfast or between Friday sunset and Saturday sunset. Ask for a quote.
Air conditioning and heating are available at €1.00 per hour.
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The next best thing to meeting people while travelling yourself, is having travellers from around the world come to your own doorstep. A veteran nomad myself, I know how it feels to experience genuine, warm hospitality and want to offer guests a restful haven on their own adventures.