Nestled in the quiet village of Ghasri with panoramic valley views, but no more than a 5 minute drive to the capital, Victoria, Dar tal-Kaptan Bed and Breakfast on Gozo offers a nurturing, tranquil and idyllic sanctuary to re-generate and re-invent yourself.
Inhabiting a 350 year old farmhouse with unique architectural features, and converted to a high standard residence offering comfort, charm and relaxation, Dar tal-Kaptan Bed and Breakfast features 5 themed suites, all with their own bathroom, private lounge area and outdoor terraces with fantastic views. Each exquisitely decorated suite has a small fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, air-conditioning and fans, wi-fi access, complimentary toiletries, towels and fresh fruit.
This home exudes warmth and sensuality with its eclectic collection of erotic art, sculptures, paintings and books.
During their stay guests can avail themselves of an outdoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, book and DVD library, several relaxation lounges, a computer station with photocopier/printer. A hearty and healthy breakfast, taking note of any special dietary requirements, will ensure your day gets off to a good start.
Some original artwork, created by your host Peter Muscat
Smoking is only allowed outside on the private terraces. Guests may smoke by the pool only if other guests do not object.
The books and DVDs displayed in the library are at your disposal during your stay. Please remember to return them to the library before your departure.
The use of illicit substances is not allowed on the premises.
We expect guests to be tolerant, have an open mind and to be considerate of other guests' religious beliefs, customs, opinions and sexual orientation.
Regarding breakfast, guests with special dietary needs should inform the hosts prior to their arrival.
Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate pets as we have two very friendly and docile dogs and a garden cat.
Due to the different levels and stairs of this historic structure, the residence is unsuitable for children or persons with mobility difficulties.