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scruffydan


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17/04/2009 01:44

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We are a young couple coming to North Cyprus for the first time in early October and looking to spend 1 week in a small, family run hotel (definitely not a big resort) and 1 week in a self catered apartment/villa.



We're pretty much starting our planning from scratch so any recommendations would be greatfully received.



Ideally, we'd like 1 week in, or close to Kyrenia town and the other week a bit more remote, perhaps closer to mountains than the coast.



The the Hideaway Club http://www.hideawayclub.com looks nice - has anyone had stayed there?



Thanks,



Dan



Izzet



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17/04/2009 02:00

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Hi Dan,



Hideaway Club would be an ideal choice for you.

It's a small family run hotel and only 10 mins to Kyrenia town centre.

You can read some good reviews here:

http://www.northcyprushotels.co.uk/hideaway-club-hotel.asp



Besides Hideaway, you can consider Almond Holiday Village which is also small and family-run. I'd personally choose Hideaway though. It's a ideal place to relax. It's a little cosy and romantic which I think suits you.



For rental villas, consider Amy Villas - http://www.amyvillas.co.uk

Villas in Esentepe region are nice. It's away from the crowds but still only 20 mins to Kyrenia town. There is a nearby golf course which has a nice restaurant. I like going there from time to time just to hit a few balls and have a beer.



I hope this helps and let us know if you need further advice on anything else.



Izzet

P.S. I am the manager of Amy Villas



Lilli



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17/04/2009 10:02

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H Dan the Hideaway is lovely but I dont think they allow children. All Izzett says are good. xxx



No1Doyen


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17/04/2009 10:20

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I would recommend the Almonds also.



We used to stay there before we owned our own home.



Still go and see the family. Very very nice people.



http://www.almond-holidays.com/



SAFFI


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17/04/2009 10:48

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Hi Dan



Izzet is spot on with his reply, The Hideaway is an excellent choice , we have been there many times and are going again in sept/oct.



Lilli is correct in saying that they do not accept children under 12.



Regards



Saffi



Stewart


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17/04/2009 11:31

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Hi

I use OSCARs...big hotel but small prices ( I get B& b for about 15 per person per night )...great for kids, indoor pool and 3 outdoor ( if weather if suitable ...inc one for the kids..slides etc



They have small sc villas in the grounds ( 2 single beds upstairs and a sofa bed down stairs )....at the same price..still with B& B



Walking distance to town, plus small beach area...you need to negotiate hard for best price



Pogle


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17/04/2009 13:31

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I have a lovely 2 bed self catering garden apartment by sea and mountains in Lapta to rent for the 2nd week of your stay.



http://www.holidaylettings.co.uk ref 81221



chrisieh1


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17/04/2009 13:53

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Rose Gardens Holiday Village in Lapta would be nice for your 2nd week. İts a small family run place which you can go B & B, SC or HB. They have restaurant & bar so if you didnt want to go out you can still get your extra meals there. You have the mountains on one side & the beaches are not too far either. You can get the dolmuş into town if you want to or Rose Gardens also arrange car hire at a reasonable cost.



İ stayed there recently & would highly recommend it.



nikicik


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17/04/2009 18:35

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five fingers and tropicana are self caterd if you like plus they are falily run

very nice there i have known the owners for many years

swimming pool etc

and they are bungalows as well if you are intrested i can give you the numbers etc



scruffydan


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23/04/2009 02:51

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Many thanks Izzet and everyone else for their tips. Having had a look at Hideaway Club and Almond Holiday Village, they both look perfect!



We'll doubtlessly be posting again soon asking for good tips on restaurants and walks



Thanks again.



Dan



john1234


Joined: 20/04/2009
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23/04/2009 08:13

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Hi,



You seem like a lovely young family.



Why don't you gop to the Sempati Hotel?

It's exactly what you need!



I stay there all the time when I'm on the island!

I used to when I was married as well.

Great for kids but secluded and quiet.



Write Erkan, the manager:erkan@hotelsempati.com

He gave me a good deal on room with car last week.



You can write me too if you need any help, I'll be happy.

I knwo the island only too well!



Sincerely,



John



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