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"Impressed with the service"Amanda Morton
"Any villas 1 st class"Susan Chaney
"Book your holiday with confidence with Amy."Ron Hughes
"Somewhere to recharge the batteries "Sue Hill
"Excellent service all round."Sue Tsirigoti
"Excellent service by Amy Villas"Customer
"Amy Villas are extremely helpful but the problems are with Carringtons property management."Customer
"A touch of paradise "Rob Plunton
"Another fantastic holiday!!"Graham Walker
"Excellent service by Amy Villas"Ahmet Sadik
"Highly recommend this lovely spacious villa. Car hire is essential"Munever Findik
"2nd visit to Villa Carob - must say something"Fionn Somers Eve
"Good communication and villa even better than described"Zoe
"Fantastic , brilliant!!!!"Vanessa
"Great service, lovely villa, wonderful holiday"Mark
"Excellent customer service."Dennis, Connie and Christopher White
"Excellent service, thoroughly recommended"Ian
Amy Villas is the sole agent for Villa Mulberry.
Villa Mulberry offers free wireless internet access.
'This high quality and well maintained Villa is located in a quiet area on the edge of the ancient village of Lapta and at the base (500 metres as the crow flies) of the Beshparmak or '5 Finger' mountains, It is also only a short drive or pleasant walk from the Village centre shops,the Lapta beaches, restaurants and bars.
The high ceilings, marble floors and Mediterranean style furnishings helps to ensure the quality of your stay and gives you a wonderful sense of the near East.
If you are looking to swim in the sea and play in the sand, then the Villa is in easy reach of numerous beaches. Equally the pool and large patio area, allows for fun family days or periods of quiet reflection and relaxation.
Mulberry Villa is also a good base for trips to numerous nearby historical places of interest and for walks in the mountains.
The villa is named after the Mulberry tree located at the entrance to the drive. This goes back to a time when a key local industry was silk embroidery and the worms were fed on the leaves of the Mulberry tree. There are also a number of Olive and fruit trees in the garden, which better reflects more recent local commercial activity.