Sleeps 63 Bathrooms
This traditional home is typical of the original village townhouse. It has a distinctive Mediterranean cottage feel, bursting with local characteristics that just keep flowing throughout. Entering the external wooden door, we arrive straight onto the pool terrace, bright and alive with sun glistening off the pool. “Homely” is our initial impression as we continue inside the farmhouse. We arrive straight into the living space in front of a majestic stone staircase with a sweeping white wrought iron banister.
What really creates a wow factor is the pretty mosaic of low limestone ceiling arches that ebb and flow in harmony. They weave an alluring charm. This picture is one for the front of “Country Living” magazine (just without the British rain!). Gawhra gets a big thumbs up for its true Gozitan authenticity. A comfortable holiday home that can’t fail to delight guests who prefer the “real deal”.
A cute Mediterranean haven for couples and small families to enjoy the charms of Gozo.
And not to forget its location. A big tick here, just a 5-minute stroll from Xaghra square with its ecliptic range of restaurants, cafes, and bars.
Many jewels in this magic box.
Gozo Villa Description
The living space is a magical weave of low ceiling arches that connect the lounge area with a lovely painted Mediterranean wood painted kitchen. The hub of the house has a matching painted table and chairs. Before you reach the kitchen, off the hall, there is a family bathroom.
Beyond the kitchen, double doors lead down to Bedroom 1. With twin beds, its ceiling arches continue to delight.
In the hall entrance, you will find a contemporary log burner for those winter evenings.
At the top of Gawhra’s sweeping staircase is a lovely reception area with settee for those quite indulgent moments. The original mosaic tiles enhance the ambiance.
White wooden doors provide access to Bedroom 2. A spacious double bedroom with an ensuite shower room.
Opposite, you will find Bedroom 3. This has twin beds and an ensuite shoer room. There is a pretty balcony with seating overlooking the pool.
All rooms are equipped with Air Conditioning units operated by an electronic coin box on a pay-as-you-use basis (€1 & €2 coins). A screen displays the credit remaining with each AC unit consuming approximately € 2 per night.
Prices exclude the Malta Eco Tax – a requirement by Maltese law to be collected from all guests on arrival. This applies to those aged 18 and over and consists of €0.50c per person for each night’s stay, to a maximum of €5 per person for each continuous stay. This is paid in Euro currency only and will be collected by the owner on check-in.
The outside benefits from a private pool and terrace with sunbeds, outdoor dining furniture and BBQ facilities_