Best accommodation I ever had in Greece! Amazing location - if you know how to throw you might hit the water! a minute from the Taberns, a minute from the mini / super market), clean, great comfy beds, hot water in the shower - always, reasonable price, small kitchen, big fridge. The hosts are extremely nice, and will help you with everything you need, on the spot. לקהל המטפסים מישראל, אם אתם צופים בזה, זה ככל הנראה אחד המקומות הנחמדים, הזולים וה'אסטרטגיים' שיש בקיפריסי, במקום לנסוע הלוך חזור ללאונידיו, עצרו, תעבירו כמה לילות, שתי דקות ביום למחרת ואתם בחנייה למצוק. הרבה יותר נחמד בעיני. לאנשים המחפשים נופש בטן גב - אין חדרים קרובים יותר לים, פשוט אין.
Sophia is the perfect host. Went out of her way to ensure our brief stay was memorable, although the weather was a bit uncooperative. Welcomed us with an overview of this remarkable little seaside village and home baked treats. The studio room was simple, but offered every amenity we could want.
The studio was comfortable, with all amenities (shower, heat, cooling) working very well. The caretaker, Sofia, was a gracious hostess, giving us a lot of useful information and a parting gift of excellent local olive oil and honey. The balcony was wonderful, right over the beach and sea, with great views of the surrounding mountains. Kyparissi is a magical little village in a landscape that gracefully combines sea and steep mountain, with some great walks and excursions nearby. Highly recommended for those who are looking for tranquil beauty.
This is a quaint hotel in a tiny village. A very tiny, very hard-to-reach beach-side village. The hotel itself is a series of small studio apartments. Each of the rooms we saw had a kitchen and balcony. The rooms are spartan and small. Sophia, the owner, is lovely and will do just about anything to make you comfortable. Considering that this is way-off-the-beaten path destination with not a lot of lodging choices, we had no complaints about the hotel. But, unless you're a rock climber (and this village is a rock-climbers paradise) chances are you won't be staying in this village very long. Until the 1970s, Kyparissi could only be reached by boat. Then a road was carved out of the mountains surrounding the village on three sides. The road is a series of steep serpentine curves that give meaning to the term cliffhanger. We were parked here for four nights by our tour operator (Langara College through Adventures Abroad and Hellas Vacances) which was two or three nights too many. (Why did they put us here?) The place is charming but be ready to stay in the village: it's a 45-minute drive just to get through the serpentines, and then it's still a long way to anywhere.…
Although it was our first time in Kyparissi, it took us not more than half an hour to fall under the spell of this charming village.This is all thanks to the warm nature of its inhabitants. In this regard, Sofia is no exception. Despite the fact that we didn't see each other too much during our one week stay, our goodbye felt more like going home from your relatives rather than a guesthouse. The studio itself was a great combination of good taste and functionality topped with the proximity of the sea. We went to Kyparissi for the world class climbing suited to any level, but got so much more. The hardest thing is that you're left with the "I can't wait to return here" feeling until your next trip there. Roxana&Razvan