FARMHOUSE BIN GEMMA is an impressive county home with unique flair next to Gozo’s most beautiful beaches. It has got 4 suites and from the bright living area and kitchen upstairs lovely views towards sea and San Blas valley.
The renovated property origins from the 18th century, it’s consisting of 2 buildings, which are only rented together. The Gozitan stone used for building the house creates a friendly warm atmosphere. The house shows a lot of traditional features and the interior is in county-house-style with some antiques.
MAIN BUILDING: A maritime suite with two beds and a sleep-bench and a romantic suite for two on the ground floor, both rooms with own bathroom. The rooms are connected through a spiral staircase with the living room upstairs.
ANNEX: A bedroom with kingsize four-poster-bed near the pool and a sleeping room with antique ironbed and balcony. Each bedroom has got its own bathroom and access to the garden or loggia.
In front of the house is a secluded walled garden with pool are
Nadur is famous for it's carnival: The village of Nadur in the north of the island is the 2nd biggest on Gozo. During the time of the knights of St.George it was a hunting-ground. It’s surrounded by fertile valleys with crops of citrus and fig trees. From Nadur one has access to 3 beaches (Ramla Bay, San Blas Bay and Dahlet Qorrot. Near the big and monumental church of St. Peter and Paul in the village’s centre there are several shops, the bank, a pizzeria and restaurant, the wine bar, some pubs, a café and the police station. There is a remarkable maritime museum in Nadur, too. Nadur is famous for a special kind of dark and severe carnival. It is unique for the spontaneity and creativity of all those taking part.