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St. Agnes B&B is a newly built farmhouse with traditional Gozitan features such as tiled floors, limestone walls and beamed ceilings. Only 5 minutes' walk from the village square in a quiet, peaceful location, we offer guests a warm welcome. We have 2 ensuite guest rooms.
Set back from the Marsalforn valley edge in a quiet alley, the accommodation offers peace and tranquility yet is only a 5 minute walk from Xaghra village square with shops, restaurants and cafes. The B&B is less than 2kms from the nearest beach in Marsalforn and just a 30 minute walk from Ramla Bay, one of the finest beaches in the Maltese Islands.
St. Agnes B&B has only 2 guest rooms, so you can expect a homely atmosphere. As we live on the property we are on-hand to answer any questions you may have about this charming little island in the Mediterranean and can help you arrange car hire, boat trips, diving and other leisure activities. At the B&B there are 2 bicycles available for hire.
We can also arrange transfers from Malta International Airport and to and from the Gozo Ferry.
The Twin Room has two single beds and a single day-bed, an ensuite bathroom, satellite TV, a hairdryer, air conditioning/heating and super fast WiFi. You can enjoy breakfast indoors or by our private swimming pool, and you have a wide range of breakfast options - cooked English, omelettes, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, or continental; the choice is up to you!
There is full access to our lounge dining area, and the pool deck with BBQ.
We are always available to answer any questions or assist in any way.
The property is no-smoking throughout, except by the swimming pool. We have 2 friendly well-behaved cats that don't venture into guest rooms.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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I have lived on Gozo for over 9 years, and know the island well. A real foodie, I love to cook with local ingredients using the freshest seasonal produce. Being an animal lover, I have actively volunteered with Gozo SPCA since I arrived and am their magazine Editor.
I fell in love with Gozo back in the 1990's, as did my parents who retired here from a cold and wet Lancashire, UK in 2002. I found my way to Gozo in 2006. From 2006-2012 I worked as PR Manager/Director in Malta, but decided to give all that up. Since then, I have worked as a Veterinary Assistant and as a Sous Chef, before setting up our B&B.
David and I look forward to welcoming you into our home, and wish to make your stay on the island as comfortable as possible.