A single-nave Virgin Mary Church of Skhalta Monastery was constructed in the middle of the 13th century. Characterized by a wide prominent apse and large gates on the south and north sides, it follows best artistic traditions of old Georgian architecture. The interior of the church is decorated with so-called Palaeologan style wall painting of the end of the 14th and beginning of the 15th century.
Besides this main church there is a small chapel built on the ruins of the 10th-11th century church and a medieval wine cellar with an arched roof. The cellar still keeps wine-jars buried in the ground.