Where to start? I am so in love with this place!! You could not ask for a better location. And the history of the place is amazing-it's on the oldest street in Gozo and the house is more than 300 years old!! They've done a great job renovating it and have turned this into a little paradise in the middle of the island. It's in a super convenient (but also quiet/peaceful) location and the host lives across the street in case you ever need anything. Everything about my stay here was above and beyond. Especially the roof-top terrace with views of the sunset! Definitely want to go here again if I'm ever back in Malta!
We had an excellent stay in Gozo! The farm house was lovely and had everything that we needed for a great two day stay. Antonia was very nice and we would highly recommend this farmhouse. Loved the roof patio!
We were so lucky to find this renovated farmhouse.
It looked exactly as it did in the photos.
George and his Mother Antonia were so helpful, they picked us up from the ferry and arranged taxis both ways to the airport. Communication before, during and after our holiday was fast and effective.
Everything you need is in the farmhouse, including a washing machine and fast wi-fi.
It is perfectly situated, 5 minutes walk to the bus station with bars, restuarants and shops nearby, yet it is so quiet.
The only negative we had was that 2 of our party found the beds too hard but that's down to personal preference. There was a huge supply of blankets so we just put a couple of those on top of the mattress which remedied the problem.
We will definitely return to this totally amazing farmhouse.
Thank you to the Grimas and Maxine the cat.
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Wonderful converted farmhouse in an atmospheric narrow back street of Victoria. Great location away from it all yet so close to it all - Citadel, supermarket, St George's Square and bus terminus. Visited Ramla, Xlendi and Dwerja all by bus. No need to hire a car plus parking would be an issue. Fabulous roof terrace to relax on in the evenings. Lovely courtyard for breakfast in the mornings. Citadel recently renovated and amazing. We were fortunate to coincide with Feast of St George which was a real local experience and made our week. My only negative would be lack of good curtains as I am someone who wakes at first light unless there are blackout blinds/curtains!