Sannat lies to the south of Gozo. Sannat, or more properly ta' Sannat, was one of the first places in Gozo to become a separate parish. The building of the present parish church is dedicated to Saint Margaret Martyr, began on the site of a much smaller church in 1718, and several structural changes were made in the 1860's. The present church was consecrated on 16th October 1755, and again on 22nd November 1868 (due to more structural changes). Sannat was once famed for its lace making, and there is still a little of this traditional craft carried out today. The village has Gozo's highest cliffs, at Ta' Cenc, some 130 metres in height. These cliffs were especially important during the times of the Knights, as they provided essential breeding grounds for their Peregrine hunting falcons. Today, the cliffs are home to a large colony of Cory's Sheerwaters; the last falcons having died out in the 1980's. The cliff tops are also home to several archaeological sites such as the 'cart ruts', parallel tracks hewn in the rocks. There are also remains of a temple and several standing stones (dolmens). The village has many religious niches.
A traditional Gozitan Bed & Breakfast Farm house that has recently been converted to a 7-bedroom house. Tucked away in a private cul-de-sac on the outskirts of the village of Sannat, this gem has been renovated to an even high standard. Every bedroom is tastefully furnished with its own private ensuite shower room.
The farmhouse has a private south-facing pool which offering hours of enjoyment. The house is also situated in the countryside area offering marvellous walks and is just a few minutes’ walk away from ta’ Cenc and Sanap cliffs.
In terms of accessibility, it is situated just 1 km from the town centre of Sannat and 3 km to Victoria, the capital city of Gozo. There is also a bus stop that is a minute’s walk away. The closest seaside area is Xlendi bay, which is about 2 km away.
Each bedroom has either a double bed or twin beds, private shower room, air-conditioning, flat-screen television, satellite reception, Wi-Fi and wired internet for fast internet connection.
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|Tariff||Double Bed||1||10||Sunday, 25 October 2020||Friday, 25 October 2030||50.00€ Per night||1||365||Book now!|
|Tariff||Twin Bed||1||4||Sunday, 25 October 2020||Friday, 25 October 2030||50.00€ Per night||1||365||Book now!|