Welcome to
Beautiful Malta

A wonderful and hospitable hostess, Liliana Mifsud truly shows the maltese qualities of making guests comfortable. The rooms are tastefully furnished and beds are comfortable - everything works - showers, airco and to top it all a complete kitchenette fitted into a cupboard!
Tips for other travellers Make sure you have good walking shoes as quite a lot of stairs in the city to walk up and down - however this is a good way of losing the extra calories gained through the good food. Try il - Barkelor down by the harbour - really good fresh fish with local tomato sauce. The ferry boat gets you to Valetta in a few minutes journey while enjoying the views. Certainly a place to come back to and definitely find time to enjoy the views from the top terrace of the house.

Guest Accommodation

Accommodation provided in recently converted buildings, within the cities of Valletta and Senglea, built and fortified by the Knights of St. John during the 16th century. These cities now proudly border either side of the picturesque Grand Harbour.

Our luxury holiday apartments are self catered and come with all the amenities you would expect, including free WiFi, air conditioning, TV and private kitchenette. Book direct for best prices!


We provide accommodation for the discerning traveller, who wishes to explore the island and experience the rich history it has to offer, by living within its fortified cities. In Valletta you could opt for the recently converted and expertly restored self-catering apartments, right in the city centre. Whereas in Senglea, the guest accommodation on offer is in the form of serviced rooms and suites, each with private bathroom and individual self-catering amenities within a traditional townhouse setting. All guests have free access and use of the roof terrace with spectacular views of the Grand Harbour.


Malta, Gozo and Comino are located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, just 96 km south of Sicily. Malta is the largest island of the archipelago, by extension and population. It is as varied as it can be: even within the cities the mixture of sacred and profane, of ancient and new can be found in the same street.

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