Ta’ Guza farmhouse is situated in the beautiful village of Xaghra! This farmhouse is relaxing and Xaghra offers you a variety of places of interest for you to visit. And the bars and restaurants in this village are a must to visit!
Ta’ Guza Farmhouse is one of two adjacent private houses situated in Xaghra. The accommodation is within walking distance of the charming village centre and all amenities. The Farmhouse is furnished tastefully, is very practical and has its own terrace and pool. This is an ideal retreat in Malta’s laid-back and rural sister island of Gozo.
With the possibility to sleep up to 8 people in each farmhouse, Ta’ Karmnu and Ta’ Guza farmhouses may be rented individually or together depending on the size of your group.
2 double bedroom, 1 with en-suite
2 Bedrooms with twin beds
Combined lounge dining room seating 10 persons, flat screen TV with English channels, DVD player and Internet Connection.
Cots, high-chair and folding beds available.
3 bathrooms in all
1 bathroom ensuite
2 bathrooms are common, 1 is situated on the ground floor and the other is situated on the 1st floor
Notes on accommodation
We can also provide you with baby sitter, extra maid service or breakfast service, daily or on arrival at an extra cost.
For rates on this property please send us an email and we will give you the best prices. 25% booking deposit is required. Full payment on arrival. Refundable damage deposit of approx. 250 Euros.
We are flexible on arrival and departure days and arrival time is at 15:00 and departure time at 11:00.
Xaghra is a village in Gozo where one can find the Ggantija temples (the oldest free standing temples in the world), Calypso’s Cave (where legend has it that Ulysses was captivated by the lure of Calypso), the magnificent Basilica and the beaches of Ramla Bay and Ghajn Barrani amongst others. Restaurants and local shops are all at 5 minutes to 15 minutes walking distance. Between the last weekend of May up to the 2nd weekend of September every village of the Island celebrates their local feast accompanied with bands and processions and also lots of fireworks. One can find the “qubbajd” a local sweet make in rectangural blocks especially for the local village feasts and also the traditional “granita” a very well chilled strawberry flavoured drink.