A gem hidden in a beautiful street in Valletta - a must stay when you visit Malta.
A house full of heritage and personality, built originally by the Knights of St John, the interior inside has been executed very well by still respecting the original features of the house, lots of art and fantastic bespoke furniture.
The owner Gees and Mikey are fantastic - highly recommended.
Stayed for 2 nights and exceeded expectations. The location is excellent in Valetta, only a few minutes walk to all the main sites. This is a B&B not a top hotel, our room had a fan which made the temperature ok and yes we shared a bathroom but not an issue unless you've never been camping! The kitchen on the top floor is help yourself but the fridge was well stocked and you could use when you liked.Spending a lot of money on it would make it much better but also a lot more expensive no doubt, for 2 nights in the centre of a capital city for less than £100 you cant do much better. If you expect to be out and about most of the time then its a great place to base yourself
No A/C, all rooms smells bad, nobody cleaned room for whole stay, breakfast self-service, but food not always available, owner available very limited time. Towels, light, shampoo, and hair dryer often missing