Arjuza Farmhouse

Arjuza farmhouse is an Architect designed accommodation. A welcoming traditional courtyard set within a loggia type facade fills the interior with natural light and fresh air. This characteristic led to the name of the farmhouse, ‘Arjuza’, that means airy.

No Smoking

No Pets Allowed


Gas Cooker

Washing Machine

Free WiFi

Pool (with built stairs)

Cable TV

Large Garden


Red Rose Suite

On Second Floor
1 Double Bedroom – Sleeps 2
En-suite – Bathtub
Standing Fan & Heater available
Terrace – enjoying country views

Sunflower Suite

On First Floor
1 Double Bedroom – Sleeps 2
Open Balcony En-suite – Bathtub
Standing Fan & Heater available

Other Amenities

Dining room for 14 guests
Separate shower room next to kitchen & dining room Spare opening bed *
Double Bed – Divan Bed **
Iron, Iron Board At roof level enjoying country views Separate Separate

Gernaium Suite

On First Floor 1 Double Bedroom – Sleeps 2
Baby cot (upon request)
enjoy Pool Deck Area
enjoys country views
1 Single Bedroom – Sleeps 2
En-suite – Shower
Standing Fan & Heater available


Deck area, BBQ, back garden
Outside Pool measures 3.5m x 7m
Gazebo 4m x 6m
BBQ Gas cooker Garden 200 sqm
Deck chairs Head Shower & WC near pool area


At roof level
enjoying country view



Setting Room


* Upon request, max. weight 65kg [extra charge]
** Upon request, max. weight 60kg per person [extra charge]

Entering the house one steps back more than five hundred years in time. A long room built of coursed rubble walls and roofed over by a corbelled stone ceiling referred to as kileb in Maltese, is likely a pre 1530 structure. The room has been expertly converted into a dining room that accommodates up to 14 covers and boasts of several mediaeval elements such as a couple of stone hewn cupboards, a ‘barumbara’ (stone pigeonry) a couple of ‘mrabat’ (stone tie rings) and a ‘Nara’ (a torch holder). Four steps down from the dining room an arched sheep pen has been tastefully transformed into a functional kitchen and a cosy space has been turned into a ‘study room’ where desk facilities complete with cable and wireless internet are provided.

A couple of steps up from the ground floor loggia a double corbel roofed room, has been converted into a cosy sitting room. A full shower room complete with sanitary facilities is found at ground floor.

Three bedrooms are situated at first floor level. The Sunflower Suite, a main double bedroom, is fitted with antique furniture, has an open balcony and an en-suit bathroom. The loggia corridor segregates the Geranium Suite from the rest of the house. This comprises of a double bedroom with a cot, and a separate room that is fitted with two single beds and a shared shower room.

The Red Rose Suite, is the third double bed room complete with an en-suite bathroom and exclusive terraces is at second floor. This bedroom also enjoys a terrace / roof from which one can enjoy unobstructed views of the Citadel and other nice scenery of Gozo.

Outside areas comprises of a quaint courtyard ideal for an afternoon tea party that is separate from the property’s main external grounds. In addition, the main external grounds extend over an area exceeding 400sqm out of which 150sqm are pool deck having an external shower head, deck chair facilities and 200sqm garden. A rectangular pool measures 3.5m x 7m and is from 1.2m to 1.8m deep. A 4m x 6m gazeebo provides adequate covered space within the external areas. External shower and WC facilities complement the external area. The BBQ area comes complete with external dining facilities, gas BBQ, gas oven and hobs. Truly a wonderful entertainment area.

Other facilities comprises of a fully equipped kitchen including microwave oven, kettle, toaster, gas oven and hobs. All rooms are equipped with free standing air fans, electric heaters and emergency lights. The accommodation has central TV and WIFI facilities.


€ / night (up to 6 persons)
€ / night (7 or 8 persons)

The rates do not apply for the Carnival, Easter, St Maria [15th August] and Christmas periods.
Contact us for further details for these periods.

Special rates may apply for in between bookings.

Kindly note the minimum stay from June to August 7 nights, in September 4 nights, any other Month 3 nights.


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The Village of Xewkija

The village of Xewkija situated between Għajnsielem and the main town, Victoria, is the oldest village in Gozo. It became the first parish outside Victoria on 27 November 1678 as iIt was separated from the Matrix by Bishop Glormu Molina. Dun Grezz Farrugia from Valletta, became its first parish priest. It became the first district 'contrada' to be known as 'casale' or village. Today it has a population of 3,300.

The name is derived from the Maltese word "Xewk", meaning "thistles" or "thorns". The Village is famous for its church, the Rotunda of Xewkija, which is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and is the Seat of the Knights of the Order of St. John. It is built from Maltese stone by local masons and craftsmen to the design of Architect Joseph D’Amato. The Rotunda is the largest church in Gozo and its dome dominates the village. The titular statue of Saint John the Baptist was sculpted in wood by Pietro Paolo Azzopardi in 1845.When one enters the village from the main road one sees the remains of a mill erected in the times of Grand Master Perellos. This is unique mill in Gozo because it has points which show the eight principal wind directions.At Misrah Imbert one can see the cart ruts, coming from Borg Gharib, Mgarr ix-Xini, Ta' Cenc and Tas-Salvatur.

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