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Let’s start with the names: Tas-Soru is Maltese for ‘nun’. The Gozo farmhouse that sits next door is called Tal-Patri (‘the priest’) which is rather lovely isn’t it?
You’ll find lots more loveliness inside. Heavy sandstone block walls sweeping arches and wrought iron balustrades create a homely feel. It’s contemporary but very much built on (and with) traditional materials. Stepping inside for the first time it somehow reminded me of a kirk. Outside the walled terrace and private pool let you enjoy the heat of a Gozo summer in peaceful seclusion.
Ghammar is a quiet hamlet between Zebbug and Ghasri. It’s a great base for walking and nowhere on the island is more than a short drive away by car.
There are two bedrooms here.
Bedroom 1 is spacious with two single beds.
There is a separate shower room accessed by a wooden walkway supported by an iron banister.
Bedroom 2 is spacious with a double bed and en-suite shower room.
A balcony overlooks the pool.
A narrow stone staircase takes you to Bedroom 3. This has a double bed and en-suite shower room.
A balcony terrace overlooks the pool.
The green exterior door opens into a small pretty courtyard with shrubs. Enter Tas Soru from here and you’ll find yourself in a spacious living area with arches and comfy sofas. The open plan living area continues through to a painted Mediterranean-style kitchen with matching table and chairs.
A curved stone staircase with characteristic wrought iron balconies brings you to the first floor of this traditional Gozo farmhouse.
The secluded pool is fringed by a terrace that includes chairs/loungers and a BBQ.
Limited Mobility Access
Jules note! Personally I would not advise Bedroom 3 for use by the very young or elderly as the steps are quite steep.