This tastefully converted stone farmhouse sits in the village of Nadur, accessed via a short back lane. If you are arriving at night make sure you know what the front door looks like from a distance (it is house number 9). There is space to park cars off-road, as long as you don't mind reversing along a narrow lane. It is in a quiet spot, but being rural expect to be greeted by a dawn chorus that starts with the local cockerels followed by birds from nearby aviaries, Like most villages in Gozo there is some construction going on in the street too.
Facilities are excellent, with a range of large clean rooms. Each has a ceiling fan (which we needed) and air conditioning units (which we didn't) the latter ran off a meter. One bedroom is downstairs, the rest are accessed via a stone staircase. All rooms are well-screened, to keep insects out. The pool is clean and private and provided a great spot for the children to play. At the end of May the water was cold when you first jumped in, but pleasant enough and a break from the heat. There is a supermarket and bakery within walking distance. Good wifi and a huge fridge. This made a good base for a family holiday, although some of the bedrooms are quite far away from the main living area which may not be ideal for younger children.
Beautiful farmhouse full of charm. Had a fantastic stay there with my family.
Nadur has plenty to offer just as Gozo does.
Go and enjoy the island