Bedrooms: 4
Sleeps: 9
Bathrooms: 3
Tal-Hamramann farmhouse is a 100-year old building. The house is built with thick walls that keep the cool air in summer and the warmth in winter. The floors are made up of tiles which are hand made and form multi-coloured complex patterns. Rubble walls and a set of arches feature the main hallway. Tal-Hamramann farmhouse was renovated maintaining these characteristics.

The plan of the farmhouse consists of 2 floors. The main corridor leads into the living room and kitchen. From here the pool, pool area, bbq area and garden can be accessed. An internal staircase leads up to the first floor. One bedroom is on the groundfloor with the remaining bedrooms upstairs having a terrace with long distance view of the sea. On the groundfloor there is one bathroom and two other bathrooms are on the first floor, one having the luxury of a jacuzzi.

  • Accommodation:
    • 4 Bedrooms (Sleeps 9 persons)
    • 1 Room with 1 Double
    • 2 Rooms with 2 Singles each
    • 1 Room with 3 Singles
    • 3 Bathrooms (1 ensuite)
    • Jacuzzi Ensuite
    • Fully Fitted Kitchen

  • Outdoor:
    • Pool (22 x 12 feet)
    • BBQ Area (Table & Chairs)
    • Sunbathing Area (Sunloungers)
    • Relaxation Garden
    • Terrace
    • Long Distance Seaview
    • Private Parking Space

  • Communication:
    • Easyline Phone
    • Wi-Fi

  • Entertainment:
    • LED TV
    • Digital Basic Channel Lineup (Upgradeable)
    • DVD Player

  • General Amenities:
    • Airconditioned (Pay by consumption)
    • Washing Machine
    • Linen & Towels
    • Furnished with authentic Antique Furniture
    • Baby Cot / Highchair available at request
    • Ceiling Fans/Quilts
    • Situated in quiet Residential Area
    • Nearby Village Centre for daily shopping
    • Bus Stop at walking distance

    Xaghra, located to the North East of the Island is the second largest village on the island with a population of around 5000 people. The village is perched on a high hill and has great views of much of the Island including Ramla Bay. In Maltese, Xaghra means "wilderness", a term relating to its location on top of a hill and its garigue features.

    The focal point of the Village is the Church, dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The church that stands today was built in 1815 and the inside of the church is covered in marble throughout. The Village feast is celebrated on the 8th of September which is a national holiday and if you are on Gozo at this time a visit to the feast celebrations is a must.

    Sites located in Xaghra are the Ggantija Temples, Ramla Bay, the Xaghra Parish Church, Ninu's Cave and the Toy Museum.

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