Selmunett Bed & Breakfast MaltaAddress: San Pawl Tat Targa, Naxxar view map
The Selmunett Luxury B&B is a charming family run Bed and Breakfast located on the edge of the Village of Naxxar, more or less in the center of the island. Selmunett has a well-maintained peaceful garden with trees, flowers and seasonal fruits. There is also a swimming pool that can provide enjoyment after a day of touring, prior to dinner. The Stricklands, owners of the property, can suggest the most interesting sites on the islands for sightseeing. Guests can hire cars or, if necessary, transportation with guide in any language of preference can be arranged.
At different times of year, depending on the season, they produce sun-dried tomatoes, olives in oil and olive tapenade. Jam is made from the fruits they grow, ranging from Peaches to Plums to Pomegranate.
The Strickland family arranges daily trips to Valletta, Malta's capital, Mdina the "Silent City" and old capital, the sister islands Gozo or Comino, temples in Malta, and also arranges for a relaxing day at a hotel Beach Club or to participate in a large range of water sports. They can give you right guidance depending on individual interests. There certainly is a lot to see.
The Stricklands own Selmunett Luxury B&B. Roger the husband, who has been in the hospitality business practically all his life, keeps himself very busy ensuring that his guests are comfortable and that everything is in order. Maria his wife helps out whenever she can and assists son Andrew and his wife Justine in running the Organic Olive Farm. At Selmunett they have resident animals that are basically part of the family namely, Sacha and Max the Boxer dogs, Suchi the cat and, last but not the least, Bruno the rabbit. All are great guest companions.
The whole family does everything possible to ensure that the guests have a memorable stay at Selmunett and look forward to the guests coming back again.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
The main focus is on the conservation of environment. The owners are also passionate about preserving traditional Maltese food techniques and recipes.
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
Would you like to learn about the production process of sun-dried tomatoes while staying in an eco-friendly accommodation? Discover Maltese culture and hospitality with the Strickland family in their Bed & Breakfast. Visit the Organic Olive Grove of his son Andrew and his wife Justine. Here you can see how the family grows citrus fruits, pears, peaches, plums and pomegranates, which are later pressed for a refreshing drink or made into jam and marmalade. You will have the opportunity to take some of their products back home with you.
The Bed & Breakfast has been built in a nature-friendly manner. The family uses solar systems and follows waste management techniques.