Ta’ Karkar


This Farmhouse is detached and is located in a quiet road in the lovely village of Xaghra in ta Karkar street. It hosts a breath taking view of both country and seaview.

Ta’ Karkar farmhouse can sleep a maximum of 10 persons in 3 separate bedrooms which are made of 1x double bedroom, 1x double bed and 1x single bedroom and 1×5 single bedrooms. All bedrooms are fully furnished with red deal furniture and have air condition in each bedroom and also ceiling fans with en suite. One double bedroom has a Jacuzzi including in the en suite as well. On the ground floor there is the living area which is accompanied by the dining area and a 1x double bedroom. The kitchen area is equipped with all the necessary appliances; gas oven, fridge with freezer, electric kettle, toaster, microwave oven and coffee maker and all the other necessary utensils. While the living area is made of a cosy sofa, table a T.V. and log on fireplace. It also has a spare toilet/shower on that same floor. Upstairs one can find a washing machine and two other bedrooms with two large sun terraces, one overlooking the street and the other one overlooking the country and sea view of Comino Island with an open balcony definitely one of a kind! This farmhouse offers a large private pool with pool area accompanied by a shower, sun deck, sun beds and outdoor dining. Furthermore one can notice the built in BBQ with its area and its extensive picturesque country and views! Very popular and recommended!

The Pool size is approximately 33x11ft.

All our farmhouses offer other services that are included in the booking price; 1 baby cot, changing of linens weekly and extra folding beds upon request. There are other services available which include an extra charge; gas /electric heaters, air condition which is on a pay per coin meter and maid service.


Guest Reviews:

”We really enjoyed our stay at Charmaine’s villa. The house is very spacious and has a great patio / pool area.  There are a few restaurants and convenience stores nearby but to get to the beach or larger town, you can easily call a taxi.” – Anna Shinohara fromChina. July 2015