Villa Theodora, is a spacious,stone built villa beautifully set in Argaka village with open views over the coastline and mountains. Its unique architectural style is combined with modern facilities in order to provide an ideal environment for your comfort and relaxation.
This 3 bedroom villa is ideal for families or friends travelling together, as the bedrooms come with ensuite bathrooms. It includes air conditioning, satellite TV, working fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, integrated dishwasher and washing machine.
One of the 3 bedrooms has en-suite shower room with body-jet massage system shower, whilst another bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with jacuzzi whirlpool bath.
Outside, extensive patios and sunbathing areas border the unusually large 14 metre swimming pool which has a small waterfall feature at the shallow end.
A poolside shower and six upholstered wooden sunbeds are provided, and a large table and chairs and a barbeque are provided for outdoor dining.
To the side are lawned areas and colourful landscaped gardens with extra children's pool and separate barbeque area.
The sea and the nearest bar / restaurant are 3-4 minutes away.
Argaka, is a village of the Pafos district, located in the coastal plains of Chrysochous at the mid-east section of Chrysochous’s Bay. It has a distance of about 8 km from Polis (Chrysochous), while it stands at an altitude of about 90 meters above sea level.
Argaka is located between the sea and a pine forest. While Lower Argaka stands next to the sea, Upper Argaka stands upon the slope with an excellent view towards the sea. It is not surprising because Argaka is covered by urban-planning zones. Neither should one find peculiar the fact that the east part of the village has officially been deemed as a region of excellent natural beauty.
The settlement of Argaka has two parts. There is Pano Argaka (Upper) and Kato Argaka (Lower). Upper Argaka represents the old settlement while Lower Argaka, which followed the Polis – Pomos – Nicosia road, is the new, linear-type settlement. The houses of the old settlement are mostly traditional, made with hewed limestone or with igneous pebbles. Because of the stream that crosses it (known as the River of Argaka), of the slope upon which it is built, and of the road through which it connects with the new settlement by the sea, the settlement of Argaka can be characterized as a relatively sparsely structured one.
|Swimming pool||privat (7x14m)|
|Outdoor area ||yes (**)|