A few words about us
Let us introduce ourselves
The Bunch of Grapes Inn was originally the village Manor House and is reputed to be more than 200 years old. It was converted to an inn in 1976 and it remains quite unique.
There is nothing else quite like it on the whole Island. The conversion of the building from traditional house to an inn was carried out with great care. Traditional features have been preserved and the atmosphere of the old house has been entirely retained.
A particular feature of the Bunch of Grapes is its magnificent courtyard dining area. Here visitors can at anytime of day enjoy a meal or a drink in the cooling shade of the ancient mulberry tree whilst admiring the wonderful colours of the abundant bougainvillea.
Although only a stones throw away from the centre of the village the Bunch of Grapes is a haven of peace and tranquillity. This is not a modern concrete hotel but a place in which it is easy to relax and to escape from all the cares of the world outside.
A place to wine, a place to dine
How it all came to be…
The Bunch of Grapes Inn provides with its chef an extensive menu, which features a blend of traditional Cypriot dishes with the best of British and French cuisine.
Restaurant opening hours: 5:30 – 9:30 pm
With only nine simple but comfortable rooms available, the Inn is small enough to provide an ambience that would be difficult elsewhere. Here visitors and guests are not mere customers. The Bunch of Grapes is now Cypriot owned and operated. Stavros with his family provide a high personal and friendly service for their guests.