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A very spacious converted five bedroomed farmhouse in the countryside. Main features includeThirteen thick arches, wooden beams, stone stairs and patterned floor tiles. This comfortable farmhouse is ideal for more than one family or a group of friends (sleeps 14 persons). On the ground floor, one finds a hall, two bedrooms ensuite, another bedroom and a seperate shower. From the hall one can reach the first floor through an original flight of stairs made of Maltese stone and the railing is made of wrought iron, typical of traditional Maltese houses. The garden at the far end of the ground floor gives seperate access to the deck area. First floor consists of a large lounge with cable TV and fireplace, a spacious kitchen, two bedrooms a bathroom, shower, large patio (29 m².) with garden furniture, extensive pool area for sunbathing (69.5 sq m) pool (10.5m x 4.3m), jacuzzi with diameter 2.3m and barbeque area (24 m²). Both lounge and kitchen overlook the pool area.
Winter Season 14 Nov 1 - Dec 22, 2014 2 night min stay
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
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The above quoted prices relate to a booking covering 10 persons.
However we also cater for smaller groups (from 2 - 9 persons) and larger groups (11 -14 persons). For price details, kindly contact us for further information.
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The village of Kercem lies close by to the south-east of Victoria, spread between the picturesque Lunzjata Valley, the green hills of 'tal-Mixta, Ghar Ilma' and 'ta' Dbiegi', and stretching up to the Pond of San Rafflu and Xlendi cliffs. These sites are indicative that this village has the most beautiful landscapes in the Island of Gozo, rendering them an artist's pleasuredome. The area is one of Gozo's best for country walks and cycling and could connect to the village of San Lawrenz or directly to Dwejra Bay.
The village of Kercem has a population of around 1700 people, but although this does not make it one of the largest in Gozo, its population is renowned as highly energetic, successfully venturing in all types of cultural activities making them popular all around Gozo. Such example is the annual Ghadira Fair, which is a popular traditional family fair in the beautiful countryside area of San Rafflu. Both young and old take their chances to win a variety of prizes ranging from home goods to traditional prizes like goats, sheep, rabbits and poultry. Traditional music, food, drinks, pony rides and other amusements also entertain people especially children.
The peaceful hamlet of Santa Lucija, although in itself incorporated within Kercem, is quite distinct with its rustic church square empathising a calm picturesque charm unequalled throughout the whole island. Santa Lucija is slightly inhabited by country folk with a few old houses disorderly built around an old chapel dedicated to St. Lucy. Santa Lucija's green pastures, are the local shepherd's playground and sights of grazing sheep are very common especially in winter or spring. Santa Lucija is one of the few unspoilt places in Gozo whose inhabitants stubbornly resist a hectic urban life while rendering nostalgists from larger communities envious of what they gave away in time.