This bourgeois townhouse, built in 1890, has been recently renovated and offers its guests the experience of Mediterranean urban holidays, around a mature garden, living in the center of our small town of Paphos, Cyprus. The long history of Paphos offers visitors places full of surprises, historical references from the Pre-historic to Hellenistic and Roman times, from the Byzantine to the Frankish/Lousignian-Venitian times and the crusades to the Ottoman and British rule till today. Due to the nature of the construction of the old building, soundproofing has been achieved to a decent level, so we request our visitors to respect the serenity of the place and treat the spaces as in their homes. Communal areas are embellished with works created by architect-photographer Christos Constantinides and vintage-Epoque furniture found in-situ and restored by Panayiotis Stelikos of Arcube studio, Limassol. Each room has the name of a fruit tree, 6 rooms are equipped with a kitchenette and 8 with a domestic fridge only. Guests are welcomed with complimentary bottled water, wine, seasonal fresh fruits, South American grinned fresh coffee. Rooms are of variable size and price according to their location, orientation, and view. All rooms are equipped with queen size beds with 27cm mattresses dressed in beautiful linen by local manufacturer Gevorest and olive-based ecological toiletries with en-suite wet rooms, offering to the Cyprus travelers a serene environment and interesting Paphos holidays. Despite the location of their rooms, all residents are allowed to use all communal areas such as the garden, sitting area, sun and moon deck.