General

Dar ta’ Censina

Gozitan villa with a large pool area

Dar ta’ Censina situated in the sleepy village of Ghammar in Gozo is one of our latest addition. This super gozitan villa can accommodate up to 8 persons within four independent bedrooms all with en-suite shower rooms. Although newly built this property has been designed with typical local features. Lime stone walls, wooden beams and arches together with typical patterned floors enhance the character and charm of this property. Antique furnishings together with the inclusion of a beautiful altar in a private living room off the main bedroom make this house really special! No expense has been spared in the creation of this super holiday home. A large fully equipped kitchen/dining and comfortable living area lead onto a large pool area with sun loungers and BBQ open valley views right up to the Jordan lighthouse – a landmark on the island of Gozo are enjoyed from the terraces and pool area of Dar ta’ Censina.

Sheets and towels are provided for your stay, also a weekly maid service. Toiletries are not provided as we offer self-catering accommodation. Clients have the choice to use the added amenity of our coin-operated AC’s. There is a grocery store located close by for all your basic needs.

Guests: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4

Prices

Period €/night Minimum stay
Nov - March 195 2 nights
Apr - May 235 2 nights
June & Oct 240 5 nights
July -  Sept 280 7 nights in July and Aug, 5 nights in Sept
Price includes sheets and shower towels and a maid service should clients exceed 1 week
Minimum days stay: 2

Facilities

  • Family/Kid Friendly
  • Free Parking on Premises
  • Heating
  • Pool
  • WiFi

Parking

Free parking

Villas in Malta and Gozo

Villas in Malta and Gozo
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