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House / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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House / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Mdina View is a town house located in Mdina just next to the Main entrance to the 'Silent City' of Mdina. (AND WHEN WE SAY MDINA WE MEAN MDINA, NOT Rabat, Mosta, etc...)
Enjoy tranquillity while being within walking distance to the top Historic sites of Mdina and Rabat.
This modern town house has 65 square meters of space and is ideal for 2 people although it can sleep 4. This house luxuriously furnished, Upstairs once can find an air-conditioned bedroom with a King Sized Bed and an open-air balcony from which you can enjoy views of a front court yard and Mdina entrance . You will also be able to enjoy the comfort of an unsuite shower room. In the living room which is also air-conditioned, you will find a comfortable sofa bed and flat screen LED TV and a breakfast/bar table. Below the layout offers a kitchen/dining area with a modern brand new Kitchen complete with dishwasher, fridge/freezer, Microwave, Washing machine and other useful appliances. The highlight of this property is the roof terrace/sun deck complete with garden furniture and BBQ. While on holiday take advantage of the warm Maltese weather ,by allowing yourself to relax on the sun beds found on the roof top terrace, for some peaceful sunbathing. From here you can enjoy sun set or sun rise together with the panoramic views of Malta. In the evening order take out (A Maltese Platter, Chinese, Pizza, or more sophisticated fine dining -restaurants just meters away so you are spoilt for choice!) have it delivered to your and share a special meal over stunning views of Malta. The roof terrace will also enable you to Relax and enjoy spectacular shows of colourful fireworks that light up the Maltese skies during the numerous Village Festas celebrated every weekend during the summer months.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Ghajn Tuffieha Bay 10 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Malta International Airport 10 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ, Climbing frame, Swing set|
About this location
The Island of Malta region
Mdina was Malta’s old capital city and is a situated in the centre of the island. It is perched 200 metres above sea level offering spectacular views of the Maltese islands. A visit to Mdina will allow you to enjoy a medieval atmosphere, and to explore the walled city,its narrow street and alleys, churches, convents, palazzo and the surrounding high Bastions.. Mdina is a fine example of an ancient city with an unusual mix of medieval and baroque architecture. Also known as the 'Silent City' or Citta Nobile' Mdina was and still is inhabited by Malta's Noble families, it has restricted traffic which enables you to tour the city with more ease and make it a more adaptable place to be explored by children. Mdina is one of the Jewels of the Maltese islands and a must while on holiday in Malta.
Both inside Mdina and outside, just a two minute stroll from 'Mdina View' town house you will find various Caffes, Wine Bas and restaurants where alfesco dining is a great experience and a chance to experience Mediterrenean food while enjoying lovely views of the Maltese Islands.
Just adjacent to Mdina is the town of Rabat which also offers its fair share of Tourist attractions. St.Paul's Church, Catacombs and grotto are not to be missed !According to tradition, this grotto is the place where St Paul resided after he was shipwrecked on the island of Malta on his way from Crete to Rome to face trial, in 60 A.D.
If its Beaches you are after, most of Malta's main sandy beaches, Gnejna bay, Golden Bay, Riviera are reachable with 10 minutes by car. (buses also available from just across 'Mdina View' town house. While Paradise Bay and Mellieha are reachable within 20 Minutes.
For those seeking the rural Malta, Rabat is the starting point for some of the most interesting walks on the island. Set off to nearby Dingli, Bahrija, Bingemma, Imtahleb, Kuncizzjoni and Lunzjata these villages will surely offer a glimpse of a different character of the island away from the urban life.
Mdina is also well linked through public transport with many other Top sites, Such as Valletta, Golden Bay together with its adjoining beach Reviera, Mosta Dome, San Anton Gardens and The Craft’s Village at Ta’Qali. One can also take a bus to other popular touristic spots such as Sliema, Bugibba, Cirkewwa (Ferry boat to Gozo) and Marsaxlokk the popular fishing village.
If staying at 'Mdina View' Town house with kids,entertain Kids is easy in this area. You will find a playground right outside your door. When, kids have had enough of the swings, cross the road to Howard Gardens just outside the Mdina walls. Also consider a ‘Horsey carriage Ride’ (Karrozin) or a ride on the trackless ‘train’ Peprina that will take you around the Windy roads of Rabat and Mtarfa (adjacent towns to Mdina). For older kids and adults alike,try a snack of local Pastizzi at a typical Maltese bar/Tea shop. An audio visual display of the Mdina Experience or a walk through tour of the Mdina dungeons can also offer a unique cultural experience.
Mdina Places to Visit
The Mdina Cathedral and Cathedral Museum
Palazzo Falzon – Also known as Norman house, to see how the Maltese nobility lived .
Palazzo Vilhena – which serves as the Museum of Natural History of Malta, displaying local fossils and wildlife.
Mdina Dungeons, you will see original torture instruments used in Malta from the Middle Ages until 1813.
The Bastion – From the top of the walls, don’t you dare miss the panoramic view of the island of Malta.
The Mdina Experience –an audio visual show that tells the story of Malta’s former capital since its foundation.
Mdina By Night
Clearly, all the museums and attractions will be closed after the sun set but a visit to this stunning fortified city in the evening will offer a totally different experience. To make your nocturnal trip a truly memorable occasion, you need to go prepared. So pack a few goodies in a bag – a bottle of wine, some cheese, maybe some nibbles, olives, and crackers – and head towards the far end of the city. There you will find the bastions, which overlook large parts of Malta and by day provide arguably the best views on the island. Climb up on top, open the wine and enjoy one of the most memorable picnics you are ever likely to have. Lie back and look at the stars as you let your mind wander – but just be careful not to let your body wander as the drop down the other side would cause some serious injury!
Rabat Places to Visit
St Paul’s Church and St Paul’s Grotto where it is believed that St Paul lived and prayed during his stay in Malta.
St. Paul's/St. Agatha’s Catacombs
Roman Villa- Featuring many Roman remains of ceramics, glass objects, tombstones and busts, the Villa’s main attraction is the well-preserved mosaic floor. It is located on the road near the entrance to Mdina.
Verdala Palace - built for the Grand Master but is now the summer residence of the President of Malta
Dingli Cliffs – West of the city of Rabat, this is Malta’s highest point. This area is great for walking. The magnificent views from the top (830 feet, 253m) include the islet of Filfla
Mdina/ Rabat Feasts and Festivals
March - Feast of St. Joseph in- Rabat
April - Medieval Mdina. The Silent City comes to life with re-enactments, pageantry and floral displays, a medieval street market, jousting, a display of birds of prey, as well as medieval games for everyone. Entrance fees for all museums and attractions in Mdina are reduced.
Easter Week - Good Friday pageant where Christ's passion and crucifixion are depicted by statues born aloft through the streets of Rabat.
13 June- Feast of Corpus Christi celebrated in Rabat
29th June- Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul celebrated in Mdina
29th June- The 'Imnarja' a harvest festival characterized by a nightlong picnic at Buskett Gardens,, on the eve of which the native dish, stewed rabbit, is consumed in large quantities accompanied by equally large volume of wine. Exhibits of local produce, marching bands, decorated carts and folklore-singing competitions enliven the nightlong proceedings. The following day, the festivities reach a climax when bareback donkey and horse races are held in the streets leading to Rabat.
July Feast of St. Paul – Rabat
July -Feast of Our lady of Mt. Carmel- Mdina
September -Feast of Our Lady of the Girdle –Rabat
October- Feast of Our Lady of Good Health -Rabat.
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7 Mar 2015
"Three levels of comfort..."
We travelled to Malta mid-January and as it was during the winter season, we decided not stay close to the coast and instead preferred a more inland location. Mdina was our choice and we were very fortunate to find this beautiful property just outside Mdina City. The photos looked great and the communication with Alex before our arrival made us already look forward to seeing the place. We were not disappointed.
Alex welcomed us warmly on arrival and picked us up at the airport in his cute little throwback camper van. We enjoyed his hospitality and felt like good friends only after a few minutes of meeting each other. He was attentive and reachable at all times during our stay.
The property itself is in great condition with quality furnishings and modern facilities. Spread over three levels, it felt less like a holiday home and more like a place we could actually live in. The rooftop terrace offers great views of Mdina and Rabat. Unfortunately the weather was too wet/cold to allow us enjoy it. The best thing about this property is that it is right outside Mdina City and offers great transport links to Valletta as well as being surrounded by quality restaurants in the area. It is also a walking distance into Rabat. It is ideal for a couple or small family but as there are stairs to the upper and lower levels, it may be necessary to supervise small kids at all times.
As it was winter, we did use more heating than we would have liked but in the summer, this should be no problem at all for anyone considering staying here.
In summary, we enjoyed our stay at this property and will try to stay here again on future trips.
Oh and thanks Alex for the local Maltese pastries :-)
28 Feb 2015
"Excellent place to stay, close to many historic sites"
Well designed accommodation to fit a small place, just right for 2 people. Owner very helpful with tips on getting around and where to eat. Unfortunately the weather was very poor while we were there so we weren't able to appreciate the roof terrace. No need to hire a car - the buses are excellent and very cheap. Very clean and well furnished.
26 Feb 2015
"many good things one bad thing"
We stayed four nights during a particularly cold period and that does influence my rating and comments. I would recommend this property to a friend, but it would be a conditional recommendation. The f… More
Malta is of the most expensive countries as regards electricity bill. Just because of this we do not like to increase our rates, just to make sure we are safe guarded as regards to electricity bills. Most of our clients are very responsible and use electricity wisely. We do give the same electricity cap during high season in summer and even during February (the period of the guests's stay) when the rate per night is much cheaper. Its true that the week in which the guest stayed was particularly cold, colder than usual for Malta. As the guest himself mentioned we did say specify that going over the cap (without exaggeration of course) would not be a problem. Unfortunately the guest decided to play safe and stay exactly within range,not even by a euro and thus didnt even to take up a our offer on going over the limit (at no extra charge). Its a pity the guest didn't contact us during his stay to clarify this, as we wish our guests to be as comfortable as possible. As regards the parker outside, its NOT obligatory to pay a tip, in fact the guest was happy to let us know that he managed to avoid him for all the length of his stay!
4 Feb 2015
"Third stay and booked again for May"
This is the third time my partner and I have stayed at this property. We arrived Christmas Eve, and the location of the property was perfect especially as it was Christmas and we were able to visit ch… More
3 Feb 2015
"Perfect location, panoramic view, modern and comfortable!"
This 3-floor townhouse is a combination of old and new Malta. Located in beautiful Mdina and convenient to the rest of the island. The bus is around the corner, the main gate to the old walled city of Mdina is out the front door, and the roof top offers a panoramic view that is beyond description. The hosts are incredibly gracious and full of useful information. This is a MUST place to stay!
15 Nov 2014
"The second time we've visited and still great ....."
This is a great little house for a couple. Wonderful modern interior on 3 floors. Especially wonderful is the roof terrace with a bbq. Great for early morning breakfast and coffee or a later bbq. Alex and Erica went out of their way to be helpful and accommodating and even picked us up from the airport - a great find and one we will use again.
5 Oct 2014
"IT IS NOISY"
The accommodation is exactly as described. This is only meant as a constructive comment but the shower cubicle area is showing signs of general wear and tear and needs 'touching up' but I… More
31 Aug 2014
The apartment is very nice located at the gates of Mdina. Everything is modern, very clean and will suit every needs of a traveller. Fully eqipped building. The rooftop terracce is a huge plus, lovely… More
16 Aug 2014
"A beautiful house in an ideal location"
The house was exactly as described, designed to blend in with the older buildings around Mdina but equipped with all mod cons. It was also very clean. The owner of the house collected us from the airport and helpfully drove us around the town of Rabat pointing out the best shops and restaurants.
The location was ideal, both Mdina and Rabat have a lot to offer and there are excellent bus connections to the rest of the island. We found the bus service much improved from our last visit three years ago.
Highlights of the trip were Casa Bernard in Rabat, the Dingli cliffs, Marsaxlokk, St Paul's grotto in Rabat, and the Church of St Paul Shipwrecked in Valetta. We also received a warm welcome at Mass in the local church.
The Point de Vue restaurant directly next door offers great food and wonderful service.
We would definitely come to this property again.
Note: due to the very narrow stairs it would not be suitable for people with access or mobility problems.
22 Jul 2014
"Wonderful location, spotlessly clean and comfortable interior and great hosts!!"
Had a great week in Mdina View that will never be forgotten! The location is superb for exploring Mdina and Rabat. We felt very comfortable and safe here. Laying out on the sunbeds was very relaxing and had some very classy meals in Rabat. Alexander and family were very accommodating and approachable and we really felt they wanted us to enjoy our week there. We could do it all again!!
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