Win your own private holiday home in Cyprus for £2
Welcome to the Win A Cyprus Villa Prize Draw! You could win your own private holiday home on the beautiful island of Cyprus and be helping great causes at the same time! WHICH WAY DOES THE VILA FACE? Check the description below.... the VIEW FROM THE BALCONY?
We are offering this property complete with all indoor and outdoor furniture and furnishings, all kitchen appliances and equipment, tv, dvd player, iPod dock, bedding, crockery, glassware – in fact everything you need to start using your villa straight away. .
Beautifully situated in the village of Kathikas near Paphos, the villa is a modern property with three double bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms, and a large open plan ground floor with living area, dining area and kitchen. There is a balcony along the front of the house overlooking the villa’s private pool, and plenty of patio space for seating and sunbeds beside it.
Live the dream! Beach or poolside, village taverna or trendy spot in town, clubbing it til the small hours or just sipping cocktails and watching the sunset from the villa’s balcony - winacyprusvilla could give you the holiday of your dreams, year after year, for just £2.
Welcome to our campaign to offer our Villa in a prize draw and hopefully raise some funds for chartiable causes we support. Below you will find a little more information about what it is like to live in Cyprus and how progress is going on some of the great causes we are hoping with your help to raise funds and awareness for! In that process one of you will win your own home in the sun in the Win A Cyprus Villa Grand Prize Draw! Good luck to everyone!
In the (almost) two months since we launched we have made amazing progress, and have had some wonderful coverage by both local, and Cypriot press, and Joe has even appeared on SigmaTV in Cyprus, talking about our campaign and why we decided to go down this rather non-traditional route of marketing a property!
Life In Kathikas, Cyprus
Kathikas is a small and friendly village in the hills above Paphos. Daily life here starts with a strong Greek coffee in the local cafe, and a chance to practise your Greek with the villagers. The centre of the village is a 5 minute walk from the villa, and for such a small village, has an amazing number of really nice Cypriot tavernas.
Freddy’s campaign is continuing, and the big news this week is that his consultant in the UK has recommended that he make the trip to Boston for his life-saving surgery this January. So fundraising will be stepping up a pace to meet the £90,000 target to cover the costs of his surgery and aftercare in Boston Children’s Hospital. Freddy himself is doing well, and according to his mum was a very brave, grown-up boy in clinic on Tuesday.