Property descriptionExpertly converted and luxuriously finished, fully furnished and fully equipped 5 bedrooms traditional 16th century House of Character settled right in the heart of the country’s historic part that can function as a luxurious residence although at present it is an up and running boutique BnB guesthouse with the best reviews on all online platforms Conveniently located in Cospicua (Bormla), right in the center of the Three Cities, it provides easy access to most of the tourist sights. The famous Fort of the Knights St Angelo is just a short walk away. As well as the medieval towns of Senglea, Birgu, and Kalkara. The Capital city of Valletta can be easily reached by a 10-minute boat ride. In addition to this, 7000-year-old Tarxien Temples are a 10 min drive away. This part of the island is often referred to as the “true” Malta. Therefore, you will not feel the shortage of authenticity. Cospicua (Bormla) is a peaceful town partially stretched along the Grand Harbour Marina. Meaning you can treat yourself to a seafood dinner while admiring the beautiful yachts or even rent one for a day anytime. We made every effort to keep the design as authentic as possible, yet perfectly adapted to the necessities of a modern lifestyle. The house features include solid Maltese sandstone walls, exposed wooden beams and two authentic Maltese Box Balconies. The original well has been converted into a wine cellar so that you can enjoy your evenings with a glass of wine. The magnificent central staircase takes you up each of 4 floors right to the sunny roof terrace, boasting the spectacular panorama of the Grand Harbour and Valletta, Malta’s capital city. The rooms have their own private lift access, making them ideal for less mobile guests.
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Cospicua also known as Bormla in Maltese is one of The Three Cities along with Birgu and Senglea and is located in the Grand Harbour just across from Valletta. Having a population of 5395 people in an area of just 0.9km², makes Cospicua the densest of The Three Cities. The history of Cospicua goes back… read more »