Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Quiet relaxing placePosted Jul 29, 2014
The hotel comprises a cluster of renovated stone cottages at the top of a hillside traditional village with lovely views of surrounding countryside. The cottages are well equipped with air con, tv, cooking facilities and fridge, dining area and each has own shady terrace. Quiet relaxing place: small pool; possibilities for walking and cycling: bikes can be hired thro the hotel. The village has a beautiful old church; small but well stocked shop; atm; couple of taverns serving plain but tasty meals.
for Everyoneby Mike and Carole from Leeds
A quiet, relaxing time.Posted Apr 12, 2013
Pros: Peace and quiet
Location: In Tochni
Rang the reception a few days before we were booked to fly out to confirm details as we were arriving very late (in fact about 1.00am). Really helpful on the phone and sent us directions, though in the event it was still quiet confusing (probably because we were so tired) and we missed the turn off for the place. Once we found it though, it was pretty obvious. Woke up the next morning and had breakfast in the restaurant, but we didn't repeat this and instead took advantage of the self catering facilities. We did enjoy our stay. We ate at the restaurant once (it was okay but nothing to shout about), but used other places in the village as well. Overall it was a great place to chill out and relax and get away from the noise and bustle of Lemosos, Larnaka and Paphos.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby DP
Posted Sep 19, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very, very poor and would not recommend at all. We certainly won't be repeating our stay in this or any of the other establishments owned by this company.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London
Lovely relaxing stay in a beautiful villagePosted Aug 27, 2012
Pros: Good location, nice pool, peaceful
Cons: Small bedroom, no toiletries provided, difficult to find villa in the village at first!
Location: Lovely little village, easy to access, good places to eat
Tochni is a lovely village and the places to eat nearby are lovely. It serves as a good point for day trips to the surroundings too. The owner is very willing to share some local knowledge/help you out. The villa was nice. We had a little terrace with table, chairs and sunbeds. The pool, shared by only about 8 rooms (there's rarely anyone in when we wanted to be) was just down some steps. We had a kitchen for self-catering. Missing some washing up liquid but otherwise seemed to be well kitted out! The bathroom was a bit stuffy with no windows/ventilation but all worked well. No soaps provided though. Bedroom was nice - a good fly net over the bed and well-working air-con. Not much space around the bed though. Breakfast was a "help-yourelf" affair offering anything we could have wanted. Overall, we were very happy with out stay and would recommend to anyone else wanting a quiet, peaceful stay and helpful staff.
for Couplesby David & Joyce from Denbigh
Superb quiet villa.Posted Jun 10, 2012
Cons: Television didn't work and some of the electrics left a bit to be desired.
Location: Quiet and beautiful location.
Informed staff that the television wasn't working, was told she would get back to us but never did. Not a major problem hence the fact that we didn't remind her but found it a bit annoying at certain times. Apart from that we were very pleased and would certainly recommend the villas.
for Getaway With Friendsby Emma
really good valuePosted Jun 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
We stayed for four nights whilst attending a wedding in the village. The staff were very friendly and helpful, quite happy to prepare some food for us even though we arrived a 10.30pm. The room was lovely with a kitchenette if you wanted to cook for yourself and we had the use of a second pool in addition to the main one by the Taverna. The village is lovely and very handy for the motorway so getting around is easy but you do need a car if you want to explore. A really good value place.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
The wonderful village of Tochni - oh so central!!Posted Jun 21, 2010 on Hotels.com
Location: For those who are after a relaxing holiday this is a suitable location with the pool facilities and local health and beauty providers. You can also make an appointment for massage and reflexology etc in your apartment. If you wish to be more active you can hire a bicycle, go horse riding, walk and much more. If you wish to see around the island of Cyprus a car is a must (but as I have said they are reasonably priced). The beach is only a few miles away as is the local bakery and fruit market at Zigi. As Tochni is only a few mins from the motorway which runs to Nicosia, Larnaca, Limassol and Pafos any of these places are within easy reach. You can also visit the Troodos mountains where many picturesque and traditional villages are found. Such as Lania (the artists village) you can purchase paintings of local sights here at a very reasonable price - well worth a visit. There is also the village of Omodos which is renowned for lace making and many more villages. The village of Lefkara is the next exit heading toward Nicosia from Tochni it is renowned for lace and silver making and is well worth a visit.
The accommodation was superb! The Tochni Tavern which included the Cyprus Villages Reception office was staffed by very helpful personnel. The check in procedure was carried out quickly and effectively even though we arrived after 11pm. The apartments were clean and tidy and the kitchen was suitably fitted out with oven, hob, kettle, toaster and various cooking utensils. The pool facilities were also excellent. There is also a public pool outside the Tavern and reception. All of the staff were extremely helpful, friendly and welcoming . The food served in the Tavern (breakfast, lunch (snacks) and evening meal) was delicious and the menu for the evening meal was extensive. (My only negative point is the access road which is quite rough at the present due to local building work but hopefully it will be fixed in the next few months). The apartments were within a short walk of the town (using a short cut). It is quite steep and hilly and therefore if you are not confident with steps I would not recommend this, however you can hire a car through the office at a reasonable rate which would alleviate this problem. The village itself is lovely and the people are very friendly especially the local shop owner who stocks just about anything you would require.