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GUESTHOUSE KYPSELI

  • KYPSELI


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Set amidst lush greenery, 200 metres from the central square of Kypseli village, Xenonas Kypseli offers self-catering accommodation with a balcony enjoying views of Tzoumerka Mountains. It serves traditional breakfast and provides free Wi-Fi throughout. Kypseli studios are traditionally furnished featuring parquet floors. Each has a kitchenette where guests can prepare a quick meal. Facilities also include a TV and air conditioning. In the morning, guests can taste homemade pancakes, traditional pies, cakes, fresh juices and locally produced drinks. Later in the day, they can watch TV by the traditional fireplace with a drink from the bar. The castle of the village is located 1 km away from the guesthouse, while a traditional watermill can be found at 500 metres. Free on-site parking is available.

ROOM TYPES

Studio (2 Adults)

  Studio (2 Adults) - up to 2 guests

 
 
Studio (3 Adults)

  Studio (3 Adults) - up to 3 guests

 
 
Family Studio - Attic

  Family Studio - Attic - up to 4 guests

 
 

LOCATION & SIGHTS


Explore nearby:

  1. FOLKLORE MUSEUM OF ART AND LIFE P.KARALI
    FOLKLORE MUSEUM OF ART AND LIFE P.KARALI

    The Museum of folklore art and life is located in the village of Kypseli, Arta. The collection of items shown is the result of a 30 year old effort from collector P. Karalis and includes countless cultural and utilitarian objects of life in Tzoumerka during the last centuries, such as tools for agricultural and domestic use, weapons and traditional costumes, wood carvings, , embroideries, coins, various professional tools and more.

  2. EVAGGELISTRIAS MONASTERY
    EVAGGELISTRIAS MONASTERY

    The historic Evangelistria monastery is located outside the village of Kypseli, Arta. The only thing preserved from the entire monastery is its main stone-built temple, dating back to 1700. Although small in size, the interior is decorated with excellent frescoes of whole saints and religious depictions.

  3. ST.GEORGE MONASTERY
    ST.GEORGE MONASTERY

    The temple of St. George was established in 1690 and was the main temple of the monastery, which flourished in the 19th century. The wall paintings of the temple were made in 1714 by Kalarrytian painters, arranged in zones. There is a wooden icon in the temple with plant and bird depictions carved on it, which is dated back to the 18th century. Of all the relics of the monastery, the most important is a silver reliquary of 1895. The bed and cells of the monastery were constructed later. The monastery of St. Georgios, played an important role as the revolt of the region was being prepared in 1821, but also covered the religious needs of the people of the area when the Germans burnt the St. Nicholas church.

  4. RED CHURCH
    RED CHURCH

    Notre Vella or Red Church is located outside the Vourgareli village, right next to the main road that leads from Arta to Trikala. It was established in 1281 during the Komninodoukades dynasty by the Tsimiski Brothers. The church is built by the standards of the Byzantine architecture and it is the main temple of the monastery. The temple is dedicated to the birth of the Virgin Mary which is celebrated on September 8.

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