Here we grow again….
In an attempt to keep up with our overwhelming level of guests from around the world choosing to stay with us here at Julesy’s BnB, the construction of our 5th (and final) guest room on level 3 is scheduled to commence on Monday the 20th of August.
We actually have to demolish the existing roof and raise the height of the walls to comply with Malta’s building codes. That being said, a beautiful new roof terrace will transpire for the enjoyment of all of our guests.
Our new room will be named the Pinto Suite (once again named after one Malta’s GrandMasters), which will be individually designed, just like we have done so with our 4 existing guest rooms. There will also be private lift access too.
Sadly we won’t be accepting any guests from Sunday the 19th of August 2018 up until Sunday the 26th of August, whilst the roof is removed and a new one is created. Our construction team will then carry on the required work, whilst our guests are out enjoying Malta during the day.
So, by November we’ll be able to assist more guests wanting to stay with us. 🙂
MDINA MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL
This special annual event is being held on both the 5th & 6th of May 2018.
Two days of re-enactments and pageantry that evoke Malta’s late medieval period (1200 – 1500 AD). Several re-enactment groups perform in various battle scenes and other actions in various points of the town.
The Malta International Fireworks Festival: 17th Edition
Fireworks are a yearlong pastime in Malta, and a major part of local festi – village festivals that celebrate their respective patron saints. Taking place all the year round but particularly so in summer, these festi are always lively and colourful. The colour, of course, is best provided by the fireworks that impeccably light the Maltese skies.
2018 sees the 17th edition of the Malta International Fireworks Festival, organised by the Ministry for Tourism and the Malta Tourism Authority. In particular, it will be taking place on Saturday 21st, Friday 27th and Monday 30th of April 2018. Year after year, the festival a guaranteed time of excitement for locals, tourists, as well as the fireworks factories around the island that get the chance to show off their skills with more gusto than ever. International pyrotechnic companies also make their way to Maltese shores to participate. Previous editions of the festival have seen entries from countries all the way between Australia and Italy.
The Grand Finale on Monday, the 30th April will be like no other pyrotechnic show our islands have experienced. Fireworks which will be synchronized to live singing and a live musical orchestra, which will perform music written for the occasion from a floating stage in Malta’s majestic Grand Harbour, Valletta.
Now believe it or not, we actually have 1 room available for just this 1 night’s special event, which can be booked via this link.
So, if your quick and want the best view in Malta to see this spectacular, with complimentary wine, book today.