Our antique house is ideal for couples and families with children. It is well equipped to make one's trip fully satisfying, having everything that one finds in a home. Breakfast is provided on a self-serving basis. Kitchen / dining area and all bedrooms are fully air-conditioned and there are 2 cable TV's in the house. Parking and bus terminus are both very close. Rabat in itself has a lot to offer; museums, catacombs, churches, gardens, restaurants and the picturesque old city of Mdina.
“It was a pleasure to live in this wonderful house that preserves the specific features of Maltese architecture, but with great care for the contemporary living functions that provided all the necessary comfort. It is a perfect combination between tradition and modernity! The house is very well located, only 5 minutes from the main gate Mdina and with many restaurants around. I will definitely return to this place!”
This comfortable and homely one bedroom apartment resides in the old silent city of Malta. Mdina is a fortified medieval town located on a large hill in the center of the island. The apartment is from the 12th century but has been refurbished has all the commodities small and cozy in the center of the silent city full of history and architecture.
“The location, being in Mdina, in our opinion, is the best place to stay in Malta. It’s a beautiful historic walled city and central for travelling all over the island. It’s quiet. There are good restaurants and everyone is helpful and friendly. Josephine is the perfect host. She is attentive, kind, friendly, very quick to reply to messages & helps to organise anything you need. Her home is a happy mix of ancient character and modern living: high ceilinged stone walls & good WiFi. There’s an air of space created by the arrangement of the furniture & decor for a small cosy home. It’s perfect for a couple. We loved it!”
Single occupancy at € 55 per night Double occupancy at €65 per night 1 bathroom ECO TAX: Please note that as from the 21st of June 2016, the Government of Malta introduced an Environmental Contribution on stays at all types of accommodation. If you are 18 years or older on the day of arrival you will be required to pay an Environmental Contribution amounting to Euro 0.50 cents per night up to a maximum of Euro 5 for each continuous stay in the Maltese Islands. Experience the unique and enchanting charm of the historic 'Silent City' Mdina. This elegant ancient capital of Malta is towering high above the fields of central Malta. It's lantern lit streets, great architecture, breathtaking views and quiet charm make it one of Europe's most romantic destinations. Within its impressive city walls you will find a warm welcome in this ancient house B&B. The original features of the house are 1,800 years old. It possesses many characteristic features, an internal courtyard with a charming fountain, thick medieval walls, high ceilings and modern comfort. On the first floor you will have your private apartment with ensuite bathroom, 1 double bedroom, a sitting room with a writing desk and a private romantic balcony facing the quite internal courtyard. Further a communal library is available for your perusal. A lovely breakfast is served in the main dining room. Your host Antonio can provide you with tourist and cultural information. Mdina is an ideal starting point to discover the islands many sights, natural beaches and is good for hiking, biking and horse riding. Wifi available. Parking space, sightseeing tour-buses and public transport (connection to the airport) are at 3 min. walk away. Note: Suited for 2 persons or for 1 person. Bed linen and towels provided. Languages spoken are English, Italian and Maltese.
“Antiono's place is wonderfull. He had a beautiful house where you feel immediately like home. Antonio is always ready to help you with anything: giving good advice for visiting, restaurant and the bus information. He is a very friendly man and tells a lot of interesting stories. If we ever come back to Malta, we would stay immediately with him. Also the breakfast was really nice. Thank you, Antonio!”