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Houses of Character
Kercem
175
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008253

Houses of Character

Kercem

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008253




175

*daily

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MTA licence HPI/5510 - A lovely farmhouse which sleeps up to 10 people. In winter you can enjoy the warmth of a cosy fireplace overlooking Wied ¨¤mar, whilst in summer you can have barbecues alfresco by the pool. Two lovely verandas offer other options for enjoying the quiet of the surroundings, with a lovely view of the Citadel from the top verandah. Just sit down and enjoy the breathtaking views. The farmhouse has three double bedrooms, a fourth bedroom with two bunk beds, and three bath/shower rooms. Other facilities include a fully functional kitchen as well as a cooking facility by the pool, cable television, ceiling fans, ironing facilities and a baby's cot.

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SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
4
Total No of Bathrooms
3
Kitchen
1
Sitting & Dining
1
Entrance Hall
1
Furniture
Yes
BBQ
Yes
Hob
Yes
Oven
Yes
Utensils
Yes
Cable TV
Yes
Linen
Yes
Views
Country Views
Roof Terrace
Yes
Swimming Pool
Yes

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Image titleAlthough only a short distance from the Island's capital, Victoria, Ta' Kerċem is a secluded village. Ta' Kerċem's origins are ancient: in fact, the village and the outlying countryside are home to several antiquities, and the source of much Gozitan folklore. Il-Mixta hill nearby is thought to be the site of the first human habitation of the Maltese Islands. In the village, you can see the remnants of its ancient past - an old windmill cum defensive tower; and some stone balconies depicting the oriental crescent or half-moon. The parish church is a relatively recent replacement (1851) of an older chapel. The sister village of Santa Luċija though has a quaint chapel built in 1657. The square here is marked by a traditional stone cross. The countryside beyond both villages is breathtaking. The cliffs nearby are as spectacular as those at Dingli in Malta. The area was once known for its fresh water springs and is still the most lush area of Gozo. You can still see parts of an acquaduct built by the British in 1839 which carried water to Victoria. The nearby Lunzjata Valley was once a hunting ground for the Knights. In the valley is the Chapel of the Annuniciation, tucked under a cliff. It is one of the most ancient in Gozo and dates back to 1347.

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