Stunningly Restored 500 Y.O. Palazzo in Mdina


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Casa Del Tesoriere is a stunningly beautiful 500 year old Palazzo that has been lovingly converted and restored by my family.

It is located within the ancient walled city of Mdina: home to many grand palaces that housed the wealthiest and most influential families of Maltese nobility.

Widely popular with tourists and easily one of the most picturesque properties in Malta, it enjoys unobstructed views over Mdina’s Bastion Square, it is truly a gem.

Ideal for team building/work retreats!

The palazzo, named Casa Del Tesoriere, is situated in the heart of Mdina - Malta's old capital city.

Mdina is a fortified Medieval City of around 300 inhabitants. It is one of Europe's finest examples of an ancient walled city and is extraordinary in its mix of medieval and baroque architecture. It is home to many palaces, and used to host Malta's wealthiest and most influential families. You now have the opportunity to reside in one of these palaces.

Living in Mdina is comparable to residing in an open air museum. It is a perfect location for those who enjoy culture and for those who would truly like to experience residing in this magnificent city steeped in history where everything is within walking distance.

Its location cannot be emphasised enough - it is situated WITHIN the walled city of Mdina (not in other towns such as Rabat, Bahrija, Mtarfa or Mosta nor in the outer-limits of Mdina). This is quite a rarity as there are very few opportunities for tourists to live and reside within Mdina. Our location in the 'Silent City' of Mdina is unrivalled compared to many other available properties that advertise themselves as located in Mdina, when in fact they are outside the city gates of Mdina.

Furthermore, Casa Del Tesoriere is the only detached property in Mdina, that sits isolated in the middle of Mdina's Bastion Square - a tourist hotspot in the heart of Mdina.

Given size, layout and ability to host a large number of guests, it is ideal for team building/work retreats! The 5 bedrooms can comfortably host up to 10 guests. We can even host up to 12 guests with a variety of single folding beds in 2 bedrooms (see photos for more information).

Typical of these beautiful historic buildings, the ground floors date back as far as the 14th centuries and their slightly older first floors built in the 16th and 17th centuries. The majority of the property was built 300 years ago, features of the building date back even further (500 years plus).

Casa Tel Tesoriere has undergone significant renovations in the past three years, in order to ensure a property capable of comfortably hosting a large number of guests.

For potential guest's convenience, here is a general description of the layout of the house.

This is one of the most picturesque properties in Mdina, and directly overlooks Mdina’s Bastion Square. Unique, in that it is the only detached property in Mdina, it has been lavishly furnished to be offered on the short-term lets market.

This property comprises of an entrance hallway, with an art-nouveau inspired dining room on one side, and a fully furnished kitchen (with all modern appliances including a toaster, hobs/burner/fridge-freezer and kettle) on the other side.

Additional rooms on the ground floor include an ensuite (with shower, sink and W.C.) double bedroom, and a hybrid conservatory-style dining room both with direct access to our sunny and pleasant garden.

The large and colourful garden is centred around our hybrid pond/pool. This shallow-depth, jet-powered pond/pool with only COLD water is designed to refresh our guests during the hot summer months. It is a repurposed pond, therefore is not the largest.

Also located on the ground floor is a small W.C.

Halfway up the majestic staircase leading to the first floor is a bedroom, with 2 single beds. This characterful room has a large bronze background, along with a large mirror creating a very unique ambiance. An additional single folding bed can be placed here.

The first floor consists of another two double bedrooms.
The first double bedroom, enjoys an ensuite (shower, sink and W.C.) and has access to a separate balcony overlooking the garden.

The other double bedroom is styled in an art-nouveau manner. Exactly adjacent to this bedroom (though not ensuite) is a family-style bathroom (which includes both a shower, and a bath, and a W.C.). An additional single folding bed can be placed here.

There is also another balcony, accessible from the first floor hallway, that overlooks the garden. Another excellent spot for a quick lunch in the sun.

Arguably the pièce de résistance of the entire property (though one may legitimately claim that the garden is the highlight of this palazzo) is the similarly imposing and impressive drawing room/Sala Nobile (serving as a living, dining and study area) that overlooks Mdina’s Bastion Square. With numerous chandeliers, an indoor fire place (for DECORATION purposes only), imposing bookshelves, and a large table that serves as an ideal workstation. The Sala also enjoys a quaint balcony overlooking the square - perfect to breathe in the morning air whilst enjoying your coffee!

The upper levels of the property consist of a separate shower-room, and a final double bedroom which is on the top floor of the property. Access to the roof is NOT permitted.

We cannot stress the unique nature of this Palazzo.

We will do our utmost to ensure that you will enjoy your stay in Mdina.

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Mdina, Malta

Mdina is one of Europe's finest examples of an ancient walled city and extraordinary in its mix of medieval and baroque architecture.

The history of Mdina traces back more than 4000 years old and is one of Malta's earlier inhabited places.

Lamp lit by night and referred to as "The Silent City", Mdina is fascinating to visit for its timeless atmosphere as well as its cultural and religious treasures. It was home then, as now, to Malta's noble families.

Impressive palaces line its narrow, shady streets. The town was the old capital of Malta, and with its narrow streets, few inhabitants and beautiful views over the Island it is truly a magical town.

Mdina is situated in the north west of the island of Malta. The property itself is situated in the historical treasure that is the Medieval city of Mdina. Particular highlights to visit in Mdina include the Natural History Museum in Palazzo Vilhena, the Carmelite Church, Palazzo Falzon, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Cathedral Museum, the Mdina Experience, Mdina Dungeons, Mdina Bastions and the Banca Giuratale amongst other attractions.

A variety of cafes, wine bars, restaurants and museums are within walking distance from the property.

Mdina is also extremely close to the delightful town of Rabat which can also boast of its own attractions. St.Paul's Church, the Roman Villa, St. Paul's Catacombs and grotto are not to be missed! According to local tradition, this grotto is the place where St Paul resided after he was shipwrecked on the island of Malta.

Mdina is close to many sandy beaches. Gnejna bay, Golden Bay, Riviera can be reached by 10 minutes with a car. There are also quick bus routes to these beaches.

For those seeking the rural, quiet and calm Malta, Mdina and Rabat can be used as the starting point for some of the most interesting walks in the country-side on the island. One can visit nearby Dingli, Bahrija, Bingemma, Imtahleb, Kuncizzjoni, Lunzjata, Chadwick Lakes and Verdala Castle. These spots offer a glimpse of rural Malta, far-removed from the urban life.

This Palazzo can be used as base to visit most sites in Malta such as Valletta, the 3 Cities, Marsaxlokk, Sliema, St. Julian's, Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples amongst other attractions given the regular bus services that pass by Mdina.

Should you be travelled with children, we can guarantee that the trip will be enjoyable for them. Just outside Mdina is a playground and a large garden right underneath the city bastions. One can also enjoy a traditional horse carriage ride or a ride on the trackless ‘train’ that will take you around the roads of Rabat and Mtarfa (adjacent towns to Mdina). An audio visual display of the Mdina Experience or a visit to the Mdina dungeons can also offer a unique cultural experience.

Mdina and the surrounding areas also host several traditional Feasts and Festivals. These include:

The Feast of St. Joseph celebrated in March, Rabat.
Medieval Mdina celebrated in April, Mdina where The Silent City comes to life with a Medieval theme. Entrance fees for all museums and attractions in Mdina are reduced.
Easter Week: there is a Good Friday pageant celebrated in Rabat where Christ's passion and crucifixion are depicted by statues born aloft through the streets of Rabat.
The Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul celebrated on the 29th June in Mdina.
The Feast of St. Paul is also celebrated in July in Rabat.

Overall Mdina is a remarkable city that deserves to be visited at the very least. The opportunity to base yourself here during your stay is one that should be grasped.

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Recently graduated Lawyer who is finding his way in the world. Great interest in sports, music and travelling - particularly backpacking. Hoping that AirBnB offers me the opportunity to meet a lot more people and share a lot more stories!


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Myself or a member of my family will be available to welcome the guests to the property. We can meet you anywhere in Mdina and show you the way to the house should you have any difficulties. We will then proceed to give you a short tour of the house. If you desire we could also give you a quick tour of Mdina. We live less than 1 minute's walk from the property. We consider ourselves accommodating and will do our best to ensure that your stay is comfortable. For any issue that emerges - please feel encouraged to contact us. We are also similarly available should you need any information regarding what to see and do on our beautiful island.
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