I went with my wife and 87 year old mother first week of May. The weather had just turned hot (30C) but the traditonal stone walls meant I felt no need to turn on the air conditioning. Our delicate English constitutions meant that many dips in the pool were called for. We were in the Adamos house, near the pool and Tavern restaurant.
Sophroni and his staff are very helpful about the details of what to see all over Cyprus.
The food was locally sourced, and Sophroni knew many of the producers.
A couple of warnings - the mini meze in the restaurant is not mini at all!
The village is on a steep hill so there are a lot of steps. My mother was somewhat limited in her movement around the village.More