Bougainvillea Guesthouse is a hidden gem that offers a peaceful haven in a traditional Cypriot setting. Handsomely spacious bedrooms overlooking a stunning Mediterranean garden await you, with a large private swimming pool for the ultimate tranquil retreat.

The guesthouse, a traditional stone house built in 1930, truly provides an escape from the hassle of every day life. Enhanced with modern amenities, it retainssoa its beautiful original features. Soak up some sun by our mosaic tiled swimming pool, surrounded by a beautiful backdrop of Mediterranean greenery.

Inside you will find elegant, luminous shared living spaces and private comfortable premium bedrooms with views on the garden, village and hills, making you feel right at home. The décor in the house boasts a beautiful balance of quiet elegance with a rustic atmosphere.


Situated in Agia Anna, a quaint village in Larnaca district, it is an oasis of serenity, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and crowds. Whether you are looking for beaches, historical sites, museums, nice cafes, restaurants or even breathe some fresh mountain air, all roads lead to Agia Anna.

A mere 10 minutes from Larnaca Airport and city centre, 20 minutes from Nicosia and 40 minutes from Limassol and Agia Napa in the other direction, Bougainvillea Guesthouse is at the heart of Cyprus. A stone’s throw away from many of the archaeological sites and nooks and crannies of Cyprus. In and around Larnaca, you can easily reach Kition archaeological site, Choirokitia, the Finikoudes promenade, the Hala Sultan Tekke mosque, after which you can hop over to Makenzy beach for some relaxing sunbathing. Agia Napa is home to some of Cyprus’ most beautiful beaches of Makronissos and Konos bays, as well as little gems like the Agioi Saranta church. Fancy a change of scenery? No problem! Troodos Mountain, Cyprus’ highest point, the Kaledonian waterfall and a variety of treks sit atop of the island with a bird’s eye view, with charming traditional villages like crafty Lefkara nearby. Start from Limassol, enjoying a promenade in the harbour or walk the pedestrian coastal path, stopover at the Ancient Kourion archaeological site and drive through the sinewy roads up through the winery routes and villages in the hills surrounding Troodos. Enjoy a day trip to Paphos, perhaps one of the furthest points but just an hour and a half away, has some beautiful picturesque stops and archaeological sites that are well worth a visit. Also home to the small paradise natural reserve of Akamas peninsula, a bit further away still off the beaten track, with crystal blue waters and Lara Turtle beach where endangered Green and Loggerhead turtles breed in the summer months. In Nicosia, the island’s capital, enjoy a walk through time in the old city centre with its historical architecture beautifully intact, with a hop over to the green zone across the other side of the border, bustling with markets, shopping and food aplenty.

Eating out

Bougainvillea is walking distance from the two lovely local village tavernas, offering traditional food, drink and entertainment for an authentic Cypriot dining experience. Only 10 minutes’ drive from Larnaca, you can enjoy traditional Cypriot dishes, Lebanese food, sushi, one of the best Japanese restaurants on the island, or you can opt for fish tavernas in the old Larnaca sea port serving freshly caught fish while enjoying the sea breeze. Nicosia’s old city centre is buzzing with life and food, and caters to all tastes, perfect for an evening out. Reputable fish tavernas in Ziggy and Liopetri are also within a 30 minute drive.

Car rental

To take in all of Cyprus, renting a car is a must and the best way to get around and have some nice drives. You can find some good deals on car rentals and we are happy to assist you.


Your hostess will treat you to delicious freshly cooked breakfasts with local ingredients and delight you with interesting tips and tricks, while affording you the privacy of a relaxing retreat.

A warm welcome awaits you!