Il Kiostro Farmhouse with pool and Jacuzzi
Sleeps 6 to 7 (3 bedrooms) +1 baby cot +1 max additional extra single beds and 2 double sofa beds with memory foam superior mattress are available on request.
IL KIOSTRO is a historic 350 year old expertly converted Maltese farmhouse, retaining all its original features such as "Xorok", "Kileb", arches, nooks, niches, Maltese flagstones, a spiral staircase made of stone “garigor” and birth rooms. Professor Stefano Zerafa, a Maltese academic of the 1800’s and the person who identified the Maltese national plant "Widnet il-Bahar" as endemic to Malta, lived in this house. This home is impeccably furnished to high standards with 3 guest bedrooms all with an en-suite shower, a large hall with a sitting and a dining area, a picturesque authentic mill room that serves as living quarters, a beautiful garden with pool and Jacuzzi, a lovely sun terrace, an ‘al fresco’ dining and BBQ area and an internal yard which contains a herb garden.
Il Kiostro is equipped with 46” flat screen TV, 140+ cable TV international channels, 100Mbps high speed cable internet and free Wifi. Mobile sim cards and local top up cards are available on request.
Appliances: Large refrigerator and vertical freezer, 5 burner hob and large oven, kettle, toaster, microwave oven, dishwasher, waterless pots and pans, washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, iron board, air conditioners in the bedrooms (extra charges apply), 2 gas heaters, ventilation fans and outdoor BBQ facilities.
THE PROPERTY IS FULLY LICENCED By the MALTA TOURISM. AUTHORITY.
History aficionados have long loved this Mediterranean nation, evidence that you don't need palm trees or daiquiris to be one of the world's most tantalizing islands. Malta has been overrun by every major empire in the region, from the Phoenicians to the Byzantines, the British to the 1.5 million tourists who flock to the island's colorful shores every year. Limestone cliffs are dotted with baroque churches, crumbling castle walls and fortresses.
The capital, Valletta, squeezes half a millennium of history into half a square mile, with forts and stairways that crest in unparalleled harbour views. With the debut of a new Renzo Piano-designed open-air theater, visitors can now marvel at the contrast of 21st and 16th century architecture. Nearby Gozo offers a reprieve from Valletta's frenetic energy -- it's here that Odysseus is rumored to have spent seven years after the Trojan War. Take one look at this handsome Bronze Age island, set between Sicily and the North African coast, and you won't blame him.