Tat Torri B&B
Situated in an alley in the quiet Nazzarenu area, Xaghra, Tat-Torri Bed & Breakfast is easily accessible. The building was finished in 2005 and has been converted into three highly furnished rooms. For breakfast we offer a selection of breads, marmalades/jams, juices, cereals, cakes as well as coffee and tea.
In the breakfast room there is fridge which can be used by guests and wine is provided by hosts at no charge. We do not offer any meals but within 10 minutes walk from Tat-Torri, in the Xaghra main square, there are restaurants and bars offering a variety of dishes from typical Maltese food, traditional pizzas/ftiras to Asian cuisine. Tat-Torri is within walking distance to all main attractions in Xaghra.
This Bed & Breakfast is non-smoking and pets are not allowed.
The Bed & Breakfast consists of three rooms. All three rooms have their own private amenities. The ‘Tulip’ and ‘Carnation’ bedrooms can accommodate up to four guests while the ‘Rose’ bedroom can accommodate up to six guests. The ‘Rose’ bedroom offers a beautiful view of the countryside.
They all have a double bed (extra beds on request), wardrobe, chest of drawers, television and hair dryer. The rooms are let on Bed & Breakfast basis. Daily room service is available, towels are changed daily, sheets weekly. The rooms are equipped with fans, especially for summer, while the breakfast room and common corridor are warmed up by gas heaters in winter.
As we have always lived on the island, we can recommend places of interest you can visit. For your convenience, we can communicate very fluently in English and Italian. As you arrive at our Bed & Breakfast you will be provided with a map.
Apart from this, we can, on your request, obtain very good rates on car hire, bicycle hire and taxi service. Additionally we can organise your pick up from the airport. If you have any specific requests, do not hesitate to enquire with us.
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This page was last updated: 21 June 2011