Charming and full of local character
Nestling high above a valley and enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and with the sea in the distance, Cornucopia Hotel in Xaghra is a family run hotel with a tranquil ambiance, friendly service and a home from home feel resulting in a high number of returning guests.
A beautifully converted farmhouse, the hotel is full of local character and guest rooms are furnished in a rustic Mediterranean style and feature balcony or terrace. Breakfast is served buffet style whilst dinner is a choice of a table d’hôte or a la carte menu featuring local and international delicacies.
There are two outdoor swimming pools, with the main pool area the setting for al fresco dining at lunchtime, whilst the upper deck pool with Jacuzzi and a children’s splash pool is surrounded by the mature terraced garden.
The village of Xaghra is just a few minutes walk away, the capital Victoria a short five minute drive and Ramla Bay and beach is nearby.
Not all facilities are complimentary and are subject to seasonal demand.
Book before 31 October 2019 for discounts on stays between 01 November 2019 & 30 April 2020Request a quote
Book before 30 April 2020 for discounts on stays between 01 May 2020 & 31 October 2020Request a quote
For selected stays between 01 October 2019 & 31 October 2019 receive 1 free night in 7 and 2 free nights in 14.Request a quote
For selected stays between 01 November 2019 & 31 March 2020 receive 1 free night in 7 and 2 free nights in 14.Request a quote
Honeymooners receive complimentary flowers, plus a room upgrade (subject to availability on arrival) for bookings made between 18 July 2019 and 31 October 2019 and arrivals between 18 July 2019 and 31 October 2019. Prices apply to all rooms.Request a quote
Honeymooners receive fruit, wine plus a complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability on arrival). for bookings made between 18 July 2019 and 30 April 2020 and arrivals between 01 November 2019 and 30 April 2020. Prices apply to all rooms.Request a quote
Thought to precede Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids, the remarkable UNESCO listed Ggantija Temples are within walking distance; the sheer scale of some makes it worth the effort