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simma



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09/02/2008 12:56

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Hi everyone, do any of you know where to purchase a hot tub in trnc and what the costs are. A web site would be good.



berty



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09/02/2008 16:10

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batonica sell them and we looked at the price last time we were over and they were reasonably priced compared with the UK . Sorry cant remember the price though.



http://www.botanicacyprus.net



orangekazzie



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09/02/2008 21:51

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Hi Simma

In Girne by the big roundabout at the Pia Bella end of the Town there is a large Bathroom showroom. They sell, or they did, hot tubs. I think they are about 5k.

Karen



lovingcyprus


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09/02/2008 22:06

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Personally, I can't think why anyone would want a hot tub in Cyprus



orangekazzie



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09/02/2008 22:10

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Hi lovingcyprus

You don't need to have hot water. It could be used as a plunge pool with cold water.

Karen



Pipie


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09/02/2008 22:12

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do they attract the mossies ?



simma



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09/02/2008 22:31

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Hi Lovingcyprus, we intend to use the villa more in the the autumn winter and spring than the summer.



glencoe


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10/02/2008 08:21

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Hi All

Orangekazzie is right but the one she talks about is very very expensive, We have one as does a friend and both were bought from Botanica at Catalkoy and we would thoroughly recommend them

They dont attract mosquitos as they are treated the same way as a swimming pool



orangekazzie



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10/02/2008 23:01

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Hi Glencoe

Do you remember roughly how much you paid and for what size.

Thanks

Karen



gottheyips


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10/02/2008 23:14

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Here goes,



friend bought a hot tub from Botanica recently, had lots of problems that were and are still not sorted.

I bought air conditioning units from same firm and had major problems still have them firm not interested, not having a go just stating a FACT.



glencoe


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10/02/2008 23:14

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Hi Karen,

Some relief at last, WOW

Yes we paid 2800 for ours and it is a six person, with multicoloured lights and radio but no CDplayer and our friend paid about 2500 for something similar, one tip if you get one keep it in a sheltered place as we nearly lost the lid of the bliddy thing in one of the blows recently, but they are great and very relaxing, especially in winter months



orangekazzie



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10/02/2008 23:19

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Cheers Greg

We have been thinking of having one installed but didn't really want to spend over 5k. Thanks for the tip of siting it as well. We aren't really sheltered, probably about the same as your place, but we overlook the ravine so are really open to the elements.

Karen



glencoe


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10/02/2008 23:37

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Hi Karen

We bought ours over two years ago and Roger's mum bought hers recently the newer model has some refinements that ours doesn't have, a pump went on ours but Botanica replaced it under the guarantee with no quibble at all.

It is also surprising that the price has come down and I would say the updated model is superior in finish

Another thing make sure that there is ample room to get it onto the site where you want to put it cos it comes in one piece



orangekazzie



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10/02/2008 23:43

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Ok thanks for the tip. Don't suppose they bring it on a skip type of truck do they so they could crane it over the wall. too much to hope for I suppose

Karen



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