TILMUN
Bedrooms: 5
Sleeps: 10/12
Bathrooms: 6

Tilmun Farmhouse is an authentic farmhouse which has been renovated up to full modern standards retaining many of its original characteristics.

The plan consists of an arched main entrance leading into the living area. From here the kitchen and a bedroom can be accessed. All bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms. From the living room the large glass aperture leads into the BBQ and pool areas. The pool has an integrated sit in Jacuzzi. A stairway leads up to the first floor landing which overlooks the ground floor living area from which 3 bedrooms can be accessed. Another stairway leads up to the fourth bedroom. Two of the bedrooms have terraces which overlook the pool.

  • Accommodation:
    • 5 Bedrooms (Sleeps 10/12 persons)
    • 2 Room with 1 Double each
    • 3 Rooms with 2 Singles each
    • 6 Bathrooms (5 ensuite)
    • Fully Fitted Kitchen with Dishwasher

  • Outdoor:
    • Pool with Jacuzzi (36 x 12 feet)
    • BBQ Area (Table & Chairs)
    • Sunbathing Area (Sunloungers)

  • Communication:
    • Easyline Phone
    • Wi-Fi

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

  • General Amenities:
    • Airconditioned (Pay by consumption)
    • Washing Machine
    • Linen & Towels
    • 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

    L-Gharb is a traditional village. Its character is distinctly rural and until very recently it was populated almost exclusively by people who worked the surrounding fields in this fertile area of Gozo. They retained an old Maltese dialect, with a rich vocabulary of old words and pronunciations long since discarded by the rest of the population.

    The people of l-Gharb are also renowned craftsmen mostly famous for the manufacture of the unique "l-Gharb blade", a traditonal sharp knife popularly known as the "Sikkina ta' l-Gharb". Even today, L-Gharb is home to blacksmiths, locksmiths, cotton weavers and lace makers, carpenters and masters in cane-work. Gharb is also known for producing able fishermen, while Gharb shepherds produce the best Gozo Cheese on the Island.

    The farmhouse is situated in the heart of the village of Gharb. A small, quiet village Gharb has a few sites which can be reached easily from the farmhouse such as the Azure Window in Dwejra, the Gharb Folklore Museum, Ta' Pinu Shrine, San Dimitri Chapel and the Jordan Lighthouse.

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