I have been in love with this beauty, ever since i stepped into this charming 500 year old Palazzo a couple of years ago. I remember being greeted by a lovely gentleman, who also happens to be the owner of this Palazzo, situated in the heart of the village of Qormi. He presented me and my colleague with fresh pomegranate juice from the trees within the grounds of the property.
It is one of my favourite venues on the island for weddings in Malta, not only cause it is one of a kind, but more so cause it tells a story and highlights the beautiful characteristics of old Maltese property.
With different locations within the property one is spoilt for choice. Having a grand entrance onto this central courtyard with a gated pathway leading to the pool area connected with a large elevated terrace overlooking part of the orchard and an entrance to the indoor dining room with an imposing table inspired by the knights of St. John.
A sunny south-facing terrace overlooks a back garden full of established fruit trees, and a larger walled garden below. On one side, you can see an ancient carving of the God of the Winds and various engravings of ancient galleys. There are 260 fruit trees in all and the original stone irrigation canals were restored and are back in operation.
Not to mention the rooms on the first floor, ideal and equally beautiful, giving peace of mind for those who might consider rain to be a headache on their wedding day.