A completely restored urban farmhouse totally built of stone dates from 16/17th centuries in centre of the pleasant little community of Mosta in the middle of Malta. Hall, living, dining, den, kitchen and breakfast rooms, three bedrooms, one en suite, courtyard and a roof terrace.
Dar tat-Tramuntana is one of the oldest houses in Mosta. Once a farm, then a mill it was restored to its present state by its architect-owners. The new extension has a carving suggesting it was built in 1791 but the rest of the building is considerably older. There is an antique well and 17th century wall etchings of old sailing vessels. The vaulted dining room is quite spectacular. See the Dar-tat-Tramuntana website: (website hidden) House consists of Living room, dining room, den (with TV), kitchen, breakfast room (internet access), courtyard, three bedrooms, two and a half baths and a roof terrace.
Our guests will have full access to a charming Maltese house of character on two floors with a roof terrace accessed by two outside stairs and an internal spiral stair. There are two paintings ascribed to Sir Godfrey Kneller in the Master Bedroom and a fine Italian genre painting in the other double bedroom.
Interaction with guests
Colin Micallef our nephew takes care of the house and will answer any questions you may have. Colin will also suggest the places you should visit while on the island.
Other things to note
The house is fully equipped with everything especially in the modern kitchen. Always keep the cover on the well and bring up a bucket or two occasionally to irrigate the plants please....
Please feel at home here but treat the charming antique house with the respect it deserves. No pets and no smoking on the premises!
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I am an Architect/Planner now retired. I am originally from England but have lived in Libya, Malta, Canada, the United States and the Bahamas we rent properties 4000 miles apart- and we sincerely hope visitors will enjoy and appreciate them.