Koliba, which in many languages means “Wooden Shelter/Hut,” is set at the highest point on the property and has a private drive.
The cabin was handcrafted on site in 2018 and has everything you might need from a tiny house. Koliba can sleep up to four people: 2 in a large double bed on the ground floor and 2 children or one adult in a double bed on the mezzanine level above.
Koliba has a large wooden patio with a view of the mountains and the Yurts. It also has a private shower and compost toilet, just outside. There is a small kitchenette equipped with a fridge and a single burner gas stove and the wood burning stove will keep you warm in the winter.
Yurts in Cyprus was established in 2013 and is a unique, eco-friendly bed and breakfast, set high on the hills of a rural valley, just outside the village of Simou in Paphos District. The steep land faces West, so from anywhere on the property you can enjoy beautiful, panoramic views. The property follows the principles of sustainability and permaculture and has an independent water source and generates 98% of its off-grid electricity from wind and solar.
The rate is based on 2 adults sharing and includes breakfast. Kids under 12 stay free of charge, extra persons over 12 are charged €17 per night including breakfast. The mini restaurant serves vegetarian and plant based dinners, home cooked with passion.