A cluster of maisonettes superbly finished with typical rustic style interiors and farmhouse style stone arches and wooden beams. Set in the heart of the peaceful Gozitan countryside, its residents may enjoy beautiful country and/or distant sea views.
The complex is five minutes away by car from the capital city Victoria. There is a small well-stocked mini-market within walking distance from the village.
There are twenty six houses in all (with one, two, three or four bedrooms), each having a well-equipped kitchen (ideal for self-catering holidays) and a comfortable living room. All the one bedroom houses have a bathroom ensuite and a terrace or a balcony, while the two bed-roomed houses have two bathrooms each, one of which is ensuite. All the two bed-roomed houses have a large terrace on ground or first floor level. The three bed-roomed houses are all on the ground floor level with a large terrace; they have two or three bathrooms.
A large swimming pool and sunbeds are at the disposal of the residents. The village is adorned with plants, and there is an atmosphere of complete relaxation and tranquility. All residents may park their cars in a large underground car park situated beneath part of the village itself. A weekly maid service including change of linen and towels is offered free of charge.
1 Bedroom Unit (Price for 4 of Pax)
NOV - MAR: 40 Euro
APR - MAY: 50 Euro
JUN - JUL10, SEP16 - OCT31: 60 Euro
JUL10 - SEP15: 70 Euro
2 Bedroom Unit (Price for 4 of Pax)
NOV - MAR: 50 Euro
APR - MAY: 65 Euro
JUN - JUL10, SEP16 - OCT31: 75 Euro
JUL10 - SEP15: 160 Euro
3 Bedroom Unit (Price for 6 of Pax)
NOV - MAR: 70 Euro
APR - MAY: 80 Euro
JUN - JUL10, SEP16 - OCT31: 90 Euro
JUL10 - SEP15: 100 Euro
All Rates are inclusive of the following services
Weekly Change of Linen / Towels and maid Services
Għasri is a village in the western part of Gozo, with a population of 521 people. By population it is the smallest village in Gozo, and the third smallest in the Maltese Islands, after Bidnija and Mdina. Għasri does however has a relatively large area.
The village lies between the hills of Żebbuġ and Għammar. The name has Arabic origins, possibly being an area where olives were crushed for oil. Għasri is reached by forking right on theVictoria-Għarb road just after the Aqueduct.