Our rooms

For your well-being, only the healthiest materials have been selected to welcome you. The walls are in Gozo ashlar, the curtains are in natural cotton and we have kept the Maltese tiles. We regularly introduce new plants in Botanica (cactus, citrus, succulents...)

Sleeps 2 people (25m2)

1 x Double Bed

Botanica B&B 

Located on the top floor, you will take a second spiral stone staircase to live the intimacy and tranquility. A bathroom with large shower welcomes you. Enjoy your huge private terrace of 60 square meters with a...

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Sleeps 2 people (24m2)

1 x Twin Bed

Botanica B&B 

After climbing the spiral stone staircase, you will find "Prickly Pear" on the first floor on the left side . It is a double room (a double bed or 2 single beds on demand for long stay) with a bathroom with a bath and a...

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Sleeps 2 people (34m2)

1 x Twin Bed 1 x Single Bed

This is the largest room at Botanica B&B . The advertised price is for two people. The bathroom is very comfortable and is equipped with a bubble bath. A coffee, tea and herbal tea tray is at your disposal as well as a welcome Botanica...

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Sleeps 2 people (28m2)

1 x Single Bed 1 x Twin Bed

The bathroom has a private shower and toilet. Tea and herbal tea tray is at your disposal as well as a welcome Botanica body care kit which is offered to you. With your permission, the regular cleaning service will make your stay even more...

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Sleeps 11 people (250m2)

3 x Single Bed 1 x Double Bed 3 x Twin Bed

 Botanica  is a very typical Farmhouse in Xaghra. You will not live in this house, you will experience it ... It offers an exceptional character for those who want to immerse themselves in a botanical atmosphere! The house can accommodate 11...

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Environmental Contribution

As from 20th June 2016, the Government of Malta is introducing an Environmental Contribution on stays at all types of accommodation.
All revenue generated from this initiative will be used to upgrade and embellish the local infrastructure in  touristic areas around the Maltese Islands.