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Well I wasn’t expecting that. It’s not every Gozo farmhouse that comes with its own altar. It’s even more of a surprise in a modern Gozo holiday home but somehow it works. It’s just one of a number of features (from sandstone arches to wooden beams) that makes a modern home feel very traditional.
Of course the advantage of this being a modern Gozo farmhouse is that in amongst the antique trappings you get large living spaces and contemporary comfort. It’s an appealing mix.
Censina is a one of a cluster of self catering Gozo farmhouses in tranquil Ghammar. This handful of buildings aside there’s little to disrupt the peace yet you’re never more than a short drive from a great beach restaurant or activity.
Bedroom 1 has two single beds.
Bedroom 2 has one double bed.
Bedroom 3 and 4 have 2 single beds.
All bedrooms have en-suite facilities.
Censina is effectively a mirror image of Lonza next door. The altar aside (which sits dramatically in an anteroom off the living space) the living room kitchen and dining areas are open plan spacious and airy divided only by light stone archways. The farmhouse kitchen opens out to the pool terrace.
Inside the front entrance door a large stone staircase leads to the first floor and a feature landing of wrought iron railings and antique tiles.
The terrace of this Gozo farmhouse is positioned for all day sunshine giving you lots of opportunity to enjoy the generously-sized pool loungers and BBQ.