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Review submitted by Gillian from Farnborough (Submitted: 1 Nov 2010)
The advice and help we received from Helen via email before the holiday was excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed the stay in Angelica, although it did not have the same character as the other 2 apartments, it was still extremely comfortable with a separate lounge and kitchen, plus the added benefit of a lovely balcony with fantastic views.
Helen and Tony were a lovely couple and when they were not available they kept in touch via text messages and made sure we were looked after by Tracy. We came away feeling wed made new friends and very relaxed after our stay. The complimentary bottles of their own wine also helped.
Vouni is a lovely village but somewhat isolated therefore making a car essential. When feeling energetic there are many walks to be had in and around the village. These are a must as the sights and sounds are unbelievable.
Takis Taverna provides a fantastic meze and well worth a visit. Alexandros Taverna provides excellent food of a different variety.
Review submitted by Veronika from Gomel (Submitted: 1 Sep 2010)
Dear Helen and Toni.
Our stay in Vouni was perfect. We want to say a huge Thank you!!!! And really hope to visit you again.
Review submitted by Chris from London (Submitted: 26 Oct 2006)
Lovely setting in the heart of traditional vineyards with the property retaining its historic character while providing all mod cons.
Hosts were very knowledgable and provided info away from the main tourists routes.
Superb views of the area, with the peace and tranquility in the evening gazing into the sky at the stars.
Review not verified by RentalSystems* (Submitted: 24 Sep 2006)
Dear Helen and Toni,
we would like to tell you that we had a wonderful stay at your guest house in Vouni. We enjoyed Cyprus very much, especially the nice countryside around Vouni. Nikosia was interesting, but a little bit harder, because temperatures were very high. When we came back to Austria, there were 3°C in the night and snow lies nearly down to the valley.
Please see attached a photo with your father, Paula and me in the Vouni kafeinion and a photo of Anna + Paula worrking in our vineyard in Hungary.