Spent two nights in the small village of Treis Elies. This was a highlight of our week. Our hostess, Androula, was great and a big help in planning our activities. The house is more than 100 years old and nicely restored and decorated. We enjoyed some nice hikes, one directly from the village with no driving involved, visited the UNESCO World Heritage Byzantine church Archangel Michael at Pedoulas, and stopped at some wineries on our way out of the Troodos. The streets of the village are narrow and in some places steep. It might be a good idea to park near the church as you enter the village and walk to Androula's place before trying to drive there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our company was established in 2005 and our aim is to offer eclectic tourism in a small village, which soon will die if no action is taken. We take every caution to protect the environment, natural and social.The house once owned by Efstatios Filakti in Treis Elies built around 1900 and recently restored, offers self-catering accommodation from two to eight persons in two separate units.The lodge located in the centre of Treis Elies village and its balconies and windows offer a lovely view to the valley of the village. Someone can find here a friendly atmosphere and it is the perfect place for nature lovers, in serene surroundings. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- To Spitiko Toy Archonta Hotel Treis Elies