The cottages are situated next to the Church in the small village of Lemona in the Paphos District, of western Cyprus, reputedly upon the site of the medieval Summer Palace of Joanna D’aleman. The complex comprises four restored stone dwellings and a two-storey house built around a large private courtyard adjoining miles of open countryside.
Joanna’s Cottage is a detached single-story building with open fireplace, living/kitchen area with double bed and en-suite toilet and shower, and its own sun terrace.
The Hani or Camel House was originally used as a stable and an overnight resting place for camel trains up until the early 1950’s. It comprises an open-plan living/kitchen area, two single beds, en-suite toilet, a shower, and its own sun terrace overhung with vines..
Pierre’s Cottage, which adjoins the main house, has a separate bedroom in the stable-room with double bed, and an open-plan living/kitchen area and en-suite toilet and shower.
Eleanor’s Cottage is a detached building just above the main site. It sleeps two and features bed/living room, separate kitchen, toilet/shower room and its own private courtyard.
Villa D’Aleman was reconstructed as the main dwelling in 1830 in the ‘palati’ (palace) style. It has recently had a second storey added. The two double bedrooms each with two single beds, open out onto a large upstairs verandah with stunning views of the valley below.