Imgarr Farmhouse with Outdoor Pool - Minutes away from St Julians
A superb Farmhouse in the country side of Imgarr Malta with private out door pool
website - holidayrentalmaltagozo.com
Its in a quite place but its reachable and close to all ementies
The Farmhouse has:
3 double bedroom, main bedroom with en suite shower.
Fully equipped kitchen and dining room, sitting room with cable T.V., DVD,
Full bathroom, shower with spare toilet, and another shower near the pool.
Large outdoor Pool 15ft x 30ft, deck area with deck chairs, table and chairs, and a bar-be-que
Bed sheets and towels are available. Bring your pool and beach towels.
A cleaner is provided to change sheets in the middle of your stay when you are staying more than 1 week
One can also go Gnejna Bay which is 8 minutes drive from the farmhouse.
When you arrive we need 400 euros for breakage deposit.
This will be given back to you before you leave the farmhouse if damage had not been done and leave it clean as you had find it.
Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean Sea (in its eastern basin), some 93 km south of the Italian island of Sicily across the Malta Channel east of Tunisia and north of Libya in Africa. Only the three largest islands Malta Island (Malta), Gozo and Comino (Kemmuna) are inhabited. The smaller islands, such as Filfla, Cominotto and the Islands of St. Paul are uninhabited. Numerous bays along the indented coastline of the islands provide good harbours. The archipelago itself lies on the edge of the African tectonic plate, as it borders with the Eurasian plate. The landscape is characterised by low hills with terraced fields. The highest point is at Ta Dmejrek on Malta Island at 253 meters (830 ft) near Dingli. Although there are some small rivers at times of high rainfall, there are no permanent rivers or lakes on Malta. However, some watercourses are found around the island that have fresh water running all year round.
Sliema (or Tas-Sliema) is a town located on the northeast coast of Malta. It is a center for shopping, restaurants and cafe life. Sliema is also a major commercial and residential area and houses several of Maltas most modern hotels. Sliema, which means peace, comfort, was once a quiet fishing village on the peninsula across Marsamxett Harbour from Valletta, but now Sliema and the coastline up to neighbouring St. Julian constitutes Maltas main coastal resort.
In 1855 a new church dedicated to Our Lady Star of the Sea "Stella Maris" was built. Around the new church, the small village grew into a town. By 1878, the population grew to an extent that the religious authorities had the Stella Maris Church declared a Parish in its own right and it was separated from that of Birkirkara.
The town began to develop rapidly in the second half of the 19th century and later it became popular as a summer resort for wealthier Valletta residents. Their elegant villas and town houses lined the quiet, inland streets. Various Victorian buildings graced its three kilometer sea promenade which overlooked rugged rocks, farms and even a small sandy beach. The farm was eventually abandoned and in 1990, was transformed into a coastline garden known as Independence Garden.
The town has a considerable number of streets named after British governors or places, such as Norfolk Street, Prince of Wales Road (which was in fact opened by Prince Albert himself when he visited the island), Windsor Terrace, Graham Street, Milner Street and Fort Cambridge among others.
Airport transfer or car hire
We can offer airport transfer on request.
We can offer car hire on request.