A converted farmhouse situated on an outcrop of land on the periphery of the village of Xaghra, the Four Star Cornucopia Hotel overlooks one of Gozo’s most cherished and serene sights. From this ridge you can view the long, winding valley that leads to Marsalforn, one of Gozo’s most popular bays. he tranquility of the surroundings are reflected in the understated qualities of the facade. Only when entering the portals of this lodge can you fully appreciate the timeless qualities of this resort.
The guest rooms at the Cornucopia Hotel Gozo are an inspiring combination of warm, friendly interiors with present day amenities. You may choose between the double bedroom or the family suites. All rooms, which are air-conditioned, include colour television with satellite reception, video, mini-bar, hairdryer, trouser press and direct-dialling telephone facilities. And for that special occasion you may choose either the honeymoon or VIP suites. With double balconies overlooking the valley these suites feature a commodious bedroom / living room as well as a shower room, bathroom and jacuzzi.
Food and Drink
Recommended by The “Good Hotel Guide for Britain and Europe” since 1979, the Hotel’s cuisine offers a buffet breakfast and a menu of delectable local and foreign dishes especially prepared by our chefs. During the winter months a carvery is served every Friday night; and by the way of change, guests can sample the Eclipse Restaurant, on the outskirts of Victoria which offers an Indonesian night every Wednesday during the summer months.
The Cornucopia Hotel has made a special feature of its grounds. With its two swimming pools, a whirlpool and a children’s pool, it has created a touch of the exotic in the heart of Gozo. This theme reflected throughout the air-conditioned complex itself. A series of vaulted arches lead through to the various public areas, opening out into the lounge with its antique Maltese clock and warmly lit surroundings; the bar area, its convival atmosophere making it a natural meeting point for the hotel’s guests; its reading rooms and hairdressing salon.