A small house with mainly Ethiopian and other African characteristics. The natural materials and organic forms with the handmade decorative details bring a sweet nostalgia from the past. Tree barks, natural wood, colored glass bottles that let the light in , river rocks, ceramics, other recycled materials along with hand woven textiles and beautifully hand carved wooden doors with African motifs were used to complete the building.
“We had an amazing time! Booked all three houses, so had the whole place to ourselves. The little touches, (eg wine in the fridge on arrival, water & ice cream when we were sitting outside, the company) really made the trip. Highlight of our stay was the tour round the secret garden and the story behind the project's development. Everyone there was friendly and welcoming, and always ready to help. Euphoria Art Land is close to two villages (Pyrgos and Moni) and just 10 minutes away from Limassol, but it is so tranquil surrounded by the most beautiful nature, that it might as well be in the middle of nowhere. Thank you for the most unique holiday experience!”
The hotel's guestrooms have a regency look and modern decor with classic features. Some rooms are equipped with Nespresso machines. Each room offers complimentary tea and coffee, a private bathroom, a 49-inch flat-screen smart TV with Chromecast, free WiFi and more than 120 international newspapers.
Spacious, self contained, one bedroom apartment in a traditional stone village property situated on a quiet road on the outskirts of the village. The balcony overlooks fields and mountains and has views of the sea across the village rooftops.
“This was a great experience! I honestly did not know what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. While I had photographed this same neighborhood the two previous days, being with someone from the area helped to further challenge me and also see areas that I had missed. I was not able to speak local language but Nguyen not only knew people in the neighborhood, he could speak to people who also wanted their picture taken. We met an elderly Grab Bike driver and after we took pictures of him, he showed us some photos from when he was younger and in the military. Because of the language barrier, I would not have had that interaction without Nguyen. After shooting, I was introduced to a couple of his favorite breakfast dishes and Vietnamese coffee! While the tour was scheduled for two hours, we did not have a hard stop and it did not feel rushed. I was the one who ended the tour and only because I had a flight to catch! While I learned some new concepts during my tour, Nguyen was more of a friend than a guide and we will remain in touch! While I am an intermediate photographer I believe this would be useful for a novice or professional too! I would book this tour again on a future visit and recommend to anyone who is even halfway serious about their photography!”