“It’s one of the finest apartments
I’ve ever seen”
Valletta G-House is a little private town house for two within the walls of Valletta, Malta capital and also a Unesco World Heritage City. This graceful 16th century pied-à-terre is one of the last remaining architectural jewels in the 450 year old city. It’s been furnished with comfort in mind, taking care to respect its original character and history.
If you’re looking for a self-catering holiday rental with outstanding character, that reflects the country’s history, heritage and culture in both architecture and furnishings, you will love the Valletta G-House.
The house and its particular location in Valletta, offers an undiluted experience of the Maltese traditional way of life – a boutique rental in a typical Valletta street where neighbours still lower their baskets for the bread man and the grocer knows your name.
Its location, close to the recently restored historic Fort St Elmo, is within walking distance from theatres, museums, restaurants, cafes and shops in the centre of the city. It also benefits from its close proximity to the hub of Malta’s public transport.
This pioneering self-catering holiday pad has been featured for its beauty in interior design magazines and voted travel writer’s choice by both Guardian Travel and by the Lonely Planet Guide. More information on accommodation here.
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We provide the ambience for you to spend some quality time together. Think of lovely evening walks in the baroque splendour of Valletta contemplating its history, sitting at outside café tables in Malta’s mild weather, and of our romantic bedroom. Our many repeat guests cannot be wrong. With the advent of cheaper flights, a surprise trip is cheaper than you think. Oh! and we’re gay friendly as is most of Malta.
HISTORIC HOLIDAY RENTAL
If you are interested in history, Valletta has stories aplenty. Primadonna Grandmasters, Knights, Popes, naval battles, palaces, baroque churches, 1930’s cabaret bars, all fight for their place in the city’s history. Our suggestion is to just get lost in the echoing streets and alleys of the city and let the walls tell their story. Even the theatre here is one of the oldest in Europe.
Within city walls
Valletta’s breathtaking fortifications were built to protect the city, its buildings to convey the power of the Knights. Valletta G-House is right at the heart of this beautiful city, close to the majestic Fort, across the street from the Old Hospital of the Knights, two minutes walk from Casa Rocca Piccola and the Toy Museum, down the road from the Grandmaster’s Palace.