Penthouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.3 km
  • Suitable for children over 5
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

This lovely penthouse is set in one of the most picturesque villages in Malta - Marsaxlokk.

Marsaxlokk is a little fishing village in the south of this historic & beautiful island.

As you can image from being a fishing village, it also has the best selection of fish restaurants on the island.

Eating out is a joy, enjoy a shellfish platter, fresh seabass or bream or sword fish overlooking the harbour, sipping a cold glass of wine. Non-fish eaters also catered for!

The choice of restaurants is excellent including low cost casual eating to up-market restaurants with a great wine list.

This lovely penthouse is spacious and beautifully furnished throughout. 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathroom sleeps 5 to 6.

The living space is large and spacious with a fantastic designer kitchen, large dining table to seat up to 10 and a spacious lounging area. There are 3 sets of patio doors which open up to the huge terrace. From the terrace there are sea-views and views of the church which dominates the square & the centre of Marsaxlokk - The Church of the Madonna of Pompeii!

There is a small local beach within a 5 mins walk of The Penthouse

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Marsaxlokk 300 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 200 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Luqa International Airport 6 km
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, Sea view
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture King Beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, BBQ
Access Secure parking, Lift access, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

The penthouse is stylishly furnished throughout, 3 well appointed bedrooms. The master bedroom overlooks the internal courtyard, with lovely Italian designer bedroom furniture, a king size bed and en-suite. The en-suite has a walk in power shower with body jets.

The 2nd bedroom also has a king size bed and locally hand-crafted wardrobes. The Third bedroom is a large single with a spare bed underneath with can either be an additional single or convert into a double bed and also has a hand crafted wardrobe by the same local carpenter.

The main bathroom is very modern with his and her sinks, full bath & a shower.

The living area is large beautifully furnished with ample sitting & dining space. Open plan to the beautiful kitchen, complete with over 10 meters of shiny black granite. The kitchen is fully equipped including dishwasher & washing machine.

From the lounge are there are 3 sets of double doors opening up to the terrace. The terrace is the jewel in the crown of this wonderful apartment. 180 sq meters of terrace with sea-views & views of Church of the Madonna of Pompeii.

Further details outdoors

The 180 sq meters of terrace houses, the very large gas BBQ, outdoor dining table & sun-loungers. A fabulous place to watch the world go buy, relax & enjoy alfresco dining to the full.

Further details

Price includes departure clean & 1 change of towels & bed linen per week.

Additional maid service is available at an extra charge and paid locally.

We operate a honesty cupboard with water, soft drinks and beers, all we ask is you replace what you use for the next guests.

Please note this is a penthouse and is not suitable for very young children. We do not allow children under 5 and any other children are there at the renters own risk.

The Island of Malta region

The Maltese islands are often referred to as the islands of sunshine because the weather and climate have a typically Mediterranean flavor. A family friendly destination, Malta holidays have something for everybody, no matter what age you are and what you're interested in.

Boasting over 6,000 years of civilisation, history oozes from its every pore and if you're fascinated by culture and heritage, the island is scattered with amazing archaeological artifacts and historical sites. Holidays to Malta are also a walker's paradise with plenty of charming towns and villages to explore alongside its beautiful coastline with its shimmering blue seas - ideal for divers.

When it comes to sun tans, Malta has some of the Mediterranean's finest beaches to laze away those hot and sunny days. What better way to relax after a day on the beach than a tranquil evening in one of the many elegant restaurants in Malta or, if you're feeling up to it, you can party late into the night.

With an abundance of low cost flights operating between the UK and Malta and a flight time of less than 3 hours from London, Malta holidays are perfect place to enjoy a week or fortnight's break as well as becoming a more popular destination for a mini-break


Malta's temperatures remain very stable with hot, dry summers, warm and sometimes wet autumns and a relatively short, cool winter. Its annual average temperature throughout the year is a warm 18° Celsius, and even in winter, it rarely falls below 10° Celsius. At the height of the summer when Malta holidays are most popular, however, you can expect temperatures to reach 30° Celsius or more- perfect for working up a healthy tan!


No holiday to Malta would be complete without a visit to its capital Valletta. Here, you'll find magnificent cathedrals, ancient fortifications, museums, historic churches and some of the finest restaurants on the island as well as plenty of shopping. Mdina, known as the Silent City is a beautiful serene place, meander the cool shaded cobbled streets, visit the historical chapels & churches, stop for a cool refreshments in the shaded courtyards or overlooking the whole of Malta, or browse the little individual shops. A lovely experience and one of our favourite places.

It's also well worth a ferry or catamaran trip to go and visit its neighbouring islands of Gozo and Comino and you can even take in several Italian ports and visit the island of Sicily on a day trip.


Your village—Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk, the most photographed Maltese village, is one of the oldest ports in Malta. It’s name is derived from the words Mersa Sciroc, meaning “port to the south-east” named by the Saracens during their occupation of the Maltese islands from 870AD-1090AD

Being a natural harbour Marsaxlokk has been used by the various inhabitants of the Maltese islands. There is evidence of this at an archaeological site to the east of Marsaxlokk at Tas Silg, pronounced Tas silch. This area takes it’s name from a nearby Christian church dedicated to Our lady of the Snow, “silg” in maltese means snow, ice, hail or frost

Marsaxlokk is Malta’s largest fishing village accommodating 250 registered fishing vessels, these colourful boats come in a diverse range of shapes and sizes ranging from the large modern “skuna”, the medium sized traditional maltese boat “luzzu” to the small “fregatina” (rowing boat). Despite the different sizes and ages of the boats, all the boats are painted in the traditional colours of yellow, blue and green, many of them have the “eyes of Osiris” on the prow of the boat.

A statue of the patron saint of fisherman St Andrew stands proudly in Marsaxlokk square looking towards the sea. Another beautiful statue of Our Lady in a luzzu stands above Marsaxlokk church looking out towards the sea. Marsaxlokk church is dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary The Madonna of Pompeii, there are various village feasts (festa) with religious processions and spectacular firework displays in honour of Our Lady, 8th May, 1st Sunday in August and 1st Sunday in October. Inside the church one can view the statue of the Madonna and Child, which came from Lecce in Italy in 1900.

Try out the fabulous fish restaurants, stroll around the Sunday fruit and veg market and the daily craft markets. Lots of bars & restaurants for you to soak up the sun & the joys of this wonderful village. There is also a local beach tucked away and only 5 mins from the apartment.

There are good bus links to Valletta so a car is not essential but is a nice to have. The buses are fun & cheap. Valetta is the hub and you can go anywhere in the island once you are there.