The villa is mostly booked March to November but we decided to try the last week of February, i.e. off-season. What a lovely surprise. Delightful spring weather, oranges everywhere in the Paphos region, falcons, buzzards and lovely hikes over the nearby Akamas peninsular and Troodos mountains. The best walk of all was out of the front door of the villa past the nearby spa Agii Anargyri, along the Neradhes Valley to Kato Theletra (a spooky abandoned village) and then back to Miliou over the upper ridge, about three hours. And unsurpassable archaeology nearby in Paphos and Maa Paleocastro etc. The villa was lovely, with breakfasts on the sunny terrace with views for miles, and roaring log fires in the evenings. The outdoor pool in Feb was only for the stout-hearted as too cold. The owner owns a local taverna, about fifteen minutes walk away up a steep hill in Miliou village, and the cheap food and atmosphere there were great. Such a happy experience with a family who love their work. The owner invited us all to his nearby home one morning to meet his family and snack on tea, olives, haloumi, biscuits and lots of home-made cake. We strongly recommended this villa. The visitors' book confirmed our impression: a lovely villa, a spectacular location and fantastic value for money.
- Buck (February, 2018)