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LET

Bed & Breakfast?

Farmhouse for Long Let Ideal Bed and Breakfast Xaghra Gozo

Ref: 

22-24

Bedrooms: 

4

Finished

Xaghra

1450 PM

Welcome to Xaghra. This welcoming tradional Gozitan farm house in the heart of one of Gozo's most charming villages Xaghra is avaiable now for a long let.This farm house features 4 good sized en-suite bedrooms a large terrace and of couse a swimming pool.

The owners are willing to negotiate the price and are willing to give permission for the farm house to be run as a Bed Breakfast. The Rental price quoted is for a family home. This property has been run as a very successful boutique hotel in the past.

Property ID:
Property Type
Price €
Bedrooms
En-Suite Bedrooms
Bathrooms
Construction Stage
FinishDate
Year Built
Floors
Status
Gozo Village
Position
Internal Size
Plot Size
Balcony
Garage
Air-conditioning
Furnishings
Heating
Property Standard
Views
Airspace
Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Lift
22-24
Farmhouse
1450 PM
4
4
5
Finished
1
LET
Xaghra
Village
250
350
Large Terrace Ideal For Breakfast!
off-street parking available
Yes
Traditional
High
Views to the open countryside
N/A
Yes
No

Bedrooms 

Number 
4
En Suite 
4

Traditional Stone walls, all for bedrooms are en-suite

Bathrooms

Number 
5

Kitchen

Modern Kitchen with Fridge etc and plenty of workspace

Lounge Dining Room

Modern Kitchen with Fridge etc and plenty of workspace

Outside Area

Court Yard areas surround this wonderful property. There are two entrances. One for car access and the other at the rear is a quiet pathway backing onto gardens and wild vegetation

Contact Agent

Anthony Reed

If you would like more information on a property or book a viewing please make a note of the Ref. Number and use one of the methods below or call me on 

+356 79268080

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Gozo Area Information

Xaghra

Gozo's major attractions—the prehistoric Ggantija temples and Ramla l-Hamra sandy bay—are in Xaghra. Typical Gozitan square, historic streets, and countryside... remain here. The lovely Toy Museum is another surprise.

Gozo's oldest settlement was Xaghra (pronounced Shara). Gozitan-style winding streets make the village charming. Xaghra has more.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site Ggantija Temples, where the Goddess was worshipped, must be seen. The Guinness Book of Records calls these remarkable megaliths "the oldest free standing buildings in the world" at circa 3600 BC. The tal-Qacca Hypogeum, Gozo Stone Circle, Santa Verna Temple, in-Nuffara, caves, and other prehistoric sites are nearby.

Visit Ta' Kola windmill for a more recent time travel. It was built in 1725 and restored into a folklore museum in the miller's quarters to honor hardworking millers.

Visit Edwin and Susan Lowe's Pomskizillious Museum to relive your childhood. Edward Lear, who visited Gozo in 1866, named it.

Visit Ninu's Cave and Xerri's Grotto for stalactites and stalagmites. Since they were found drilling wells, both are in private residences near the village square!

Visit Calypso's Cave to see the Mediterranean blue and Ramla bay's crimson sand. In the Odyssey, Ulysses was enchanted by Calypso, a nymph who lived in this cave, and kept on her lovely island for seven years. Xaghra's many attractions will entice visitors!

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