"IC-CENS TA' KOLA"
"IC-CENS TA' KOLA" LUXURY B&B is a Brand New Stunning Boutique Style House set in a fantastic location with breathtaking views of the sun rising across the island of Gozo and across the sea. Surely the best value for money for an unforgettable experience in this unique village of iz-Zebbug. The House is equipped with most modern amenities, with Smart TVs and Wifi throughout, with a shared "salt-water" swimming pool and jacuzzi.
The "Sunflower Penthouse" comprises a large front rooftop terrace with fantastic panoramic views across the island of Gozo, a back terrace overlooking the swimming pool area, a fully equipped kitchenette, a gas bbq and a bedroom with private bathroom, Wifi throughout and a Smart TV. The terraces come complete with sun loungers and sun umbrellas.
Continental Breakfast is served between 7.30 am till 9.30 am
English Breakfast is optional
Free Wifi and Smart TVs
in all rooms and throughout
All rooms fully airconditioned
& all with private bathrooms
and Countryside views
Unique Saltwater Swimming Pool
Zebbug lies stretched on a tranquil hill to the north of Gozo. Its name in Maltese means olives or olive trees, denoting an olive tree culture in the area at some point in time. Zebbug rises on two adjoining hills, from where one could not help but observe a splendid panorama of the Gozitan countryside and the Mediterranean. On a slope facing Gurdan Lighthouse, known as is-Saghtrija, (The Wild Thyme Field), there was a considerable deposit of onyx. The owner of the field discovered it in 1738. Many churches in Malta and Gozo have works of art sculpted out of this onyx. The village church, dedicated to Santa Marija, the Assumption, is literally covered with this semi-precious stone. The high altar, the choir, and the baptistery are all sculpted out of this onyx.
Iz-Zebbugin are known for their bizzilla (lace); nsig (weaving); and kutri tas-suf (sheep's wool blankets). The surrounding countryside is ideal for shepherds, whose sheep produce Gozo's finest gbejniet (cheeslets). Zebbug is indeed a living example of cottage industry. The villagers are very proud of their religious heritage, as judged for example, from the priority given to the maintenance of street niches. The best is that of il-Madonna Omm tal-Hniena, better known as tac-Cicri.
The bays of Marsalforn, Qbajjar and Xwejni adorn this picturesque village. These bays, apart from sheltering local fishing vessels, are excellent swimming and diving zones, popular amongst locals and tourists alike.
Beautiful house with very nice rooms. The host was very friendly and gave useful hints and she also offers cooking lunch from local specialties for a modest fee. The breakfast was great. There is a beautiful pool in the courtyard. The house has state-of-the art and high-quality furniture!
Tamas - Austria