This delightful Gozitan farmhouse, the holiday residence of the UK owner, is converted to a high spec. In the quiet village of Munxar, it is set amongst working farms.
-. It has 3 large en-suite double bedrooms with iron 4 poster beds, ceiling fans, Gozitan marble ensuite wet rooms plus a bathroom
-The entrance leads to an impressive atrium with a classical stone balustrade staircase
- The traditional, arched mill room lounge has french doors leading to the poolside terrace
- The stone units with contemporary appliances and granite worktops complete the large kitchen / diner
- A 10m x 5m pool is set in a Gozitan marble deck, with a south-facing, well maintained garden full of palms, geraniums and pots
- The utility room is outside as is the large stone BBQ , 1st floor sun terrace and spiral staircase to the roof.
- A small supermarket is nearby. Fish and bread vans call daily.
- Car and jeep hire with airport transfers are easily organised
NOW WITH BROADBAND
Hello, i just wanted to say a big thank you for an amazing holiday. Your farmhouse was lovely and the pool was perfect! Gozo is an amazing place with lovely frinedly people. Tony was very helpful and Joe at no38 was really nice, giving my daughter the best surprise ever when she woke to find his horse tied up outside.
Thanks again for a wonderful time
the Henderson family x
The photos of the property do not do it justice - Tony met us with the keys and our jaws dropped as we went through the door, he was very helpful, showed us on the map places of interest, places to eat and local festivals. We met the gardener twice, nice friendly local chap. The owner Noel was very helpful, answering our many questions before we travelled. The house is amazing and very spacious, large well equipped kitchen, lots of bathrooms. We spent a lot of time around the pool, in the afternoon and also in the evenings with a glass of wine. There is a small supermarket in walking distance which has everything you could need. We hired a car at the airport, managed to negotiate the ferry to Gozo very easily. Malta looked very built up and over commercialised so we didn't bother visiting. Gozo is set back in time and unspoilt. We heard the horror stories about driving in Malta/Gozo but we needn't have worried it was fine. We found a beautiful beach - Ramla which was fairly quiet, just a few umbrellas scattered but not ten deep as seen driving through Malta. We spent a lot of time at Xlendi - what a beautiful bay, several restaurants for all tastes, try dives, boat hire, pedaloes, snorkelling, fabulous ice cream. Visitied Azures Window, lovely cove for swimming, snorkelling. The weather was fantastic - very hot. Even with the children with us, this was probably one of the most relaxing holidays we have ever had and we will definitely go back again one day - hopefully to this house.
Stayed here for 1 week in April and I just had to write a review to let you know what a wonderful house this is.
It really is something special and the Owner spared no expense in its renovation.
Set amongst farms you wake up to the cock crowing in the early Morning!
2 shops within walking distance and xlendi bay 5 mins by car down the road.
Beautiful garden & swimming pool everything you need for a wonderful holiday - you wont be disappointed.
GOZO IS AN EXPERIENCE! This quiet Maltese island is only 9 miles by 5, standing south of Sicily in the heart of the Med. The 13 villages with fort-like limestone buildings are all dominated by large churches. Munxar is a quiet village, minutes drive away from the sea at Xlendi Bay with its restaurants, boats & scuba diving. Victoria, the capital boasts a wonderful citadel, daily market, shops, fish vendor and busy cafes. The history of Gozo from its prehistoric temples, attacks by the Turks and Arabs, through French and British rule, together with its geological features makes this island a fascinating holiday destination.