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Old stone waterfront cottage with enviable terrace in pretty bay

Sian McDermott

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Bedrooms 2
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Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 3 - 7 nights

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Old stone waterfront cottage with enviable terrace in pretty bay

Bedrooms 2
Separate WC's1
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 3 - 7 nights


Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday cottage in Tivat - Terase Kuce

2 bed cottage sleeps 4 + Z bed, nicely equipped with fabulous shaded terrace

This charismatic old stone cottage sleeps 4. Double with balcony overlooking the Verige Straits and twin to the back of the house. There is a Z bed that can be put up in the double. The house has wooden floors and fully equipped kitchen with fridge freezer. Furnished for year round living it is comfortable and cosy. There is a sizeable bathroom with shower, loo, sink, bidet and washing machine and an outside loo accessed from the terrace. All rooms are air-conditioned. There is a flat screen, DVD player, films and books to read. Downstairs is open plan with dining table and comfortable seating. The terrace, shaded in summer, is huge and becomes the main living area during the hot summer months with a table seating 10 overlooking the water and ferry port.

Lepetane is where the ferry crosses the fjord to Kamenari and the cottage is near to the ferry - if you would like to know more before requesting a booking, please email me for details.

The cottage waterfront terrace has built in seating, deck chairs, loungers and a simple BBQ. It has a rush matting roof in the summer to protect you from the sun and it is the place where guests spend all their time when they are not out and about. If you want to get to know Montenegro and the Montenegrins and seep yourself in local life this is the place, but not for those who seek peace, quiet and isolation.

Lepetane was, at one time, within the borders of Croatia so many of the residents are Croatian and Catholic. Hundreds of years ago the village was situated up in the mountains above the present village at Upper Lepetane. There are still some people who live there and you can walk up the old village if you have the energy! Lepetane is not a tourist resort, but a residential village whose population doubles in the summer months when locals rent out rooms and apartments to people from all over Europe. The Ferries cross from Lepetane to Kamenari continually giving easy access to the other side of the fjord. Tickets are E4 and the crossing takes just minutes. Foot passengers travel free so take advantage and hop on the ferry for a view from the other side. We go across for a meal in the evenings sometimes, when we don't feel like driving. There is a small boutique hotel that does a nice supper. Turn left off the ferry and walk a few hundred meters and you will see it on the right.

Take the ferry with your car if you want to visit Herceg Novi, Risan or Perast.

Lepetane has a small village shop which is great for fresh bread, ice cream, local wine, a few vegetables, canned goods, loo paper and the odd thing you have forgotten to get at the supermarket.

Restaurants: If you take the car over to Kamenari on the ferry, turn right and a few kilometres further on you will see signs for the Konoba Catovica Mlini which is a gorgeous restaurant in an old mill by a bubbling stream, with mill ponds teeming with fish. It isn't the cheapest, but well worth a visit and you may have to book on weekends. You can also go as foot passengers on the ferry (for free) and there are several restaurants in Kamenari. We particularly like the boutique hotel with its garden restaurant about 5 minutes walk along the road as you turn left off the ferry.

The fish bar by the sea in Dona Lastvia, near Tivat is excellent - all the locals eat there - it only does fish and is quite reasonable. I love the prawns in garlic, a bowl of chips with a bottle of the local sauvignon.

If you carry on past this restaurant there is a boutique hotel on the right, right on the waterfront. It is lovely to eat outside looking over the bay in the evening.

All along the fjord road to Kotor you will see family run Konobas where you can eat good local food at reasonable prices. In Kotor try The Gallion, built on stilts in the Bay, not cheap but stylish. Restoran Stari Mlini in Dobrota is the sister to Catovica Mlini, and in another beautiful setting with mill ponds teeming with fish.

Beaches: You can swim in Lepetane - we swim off the big jetty, 200 metres down the road - the water is deep but lovely and clear. About 15 minutes walk along the road to Kotor is another little fjord beach with beach bar. The same distance in the other direction in the second Lepetane Bay is another beach with beach bar. Both these are lively and the swimming is nice.

Tivat also has a couple of beaches which are just a few minutes in the car - you can also splurge and go to the Portonegro swimming pool for the day. Very classy and very expensive, but nice for a day if you don't mind forking out lots of Euros.

If you prefer to swim in the Adriatic rather than the Fjord then 20 - 40 minutes in the car will bring you to a host of beaches on the far side of the Lustica Peninsula. Try Mirista (lovely fish restaurant on the beach - suggest you reserve a table as soon as you arrive), you can also get boat trips from here to the blue lagoon caves.

Oblatno, Krasici, Plavi horizonti are some of the other beaches on the Lustica peninsula.

Or drive down the beautiful adriatic coast and visit the towns of Budva, Petrovac, Sveti Stefan, Milocer, Przno, Kamenovo, Becici and swim in the beautiful azure waters.

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  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • pets not allowed
  • not suitable for elderly or infirm
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Sian McDermott (Owner)
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About Sian McDermott

I live near the sea in North Somerset in the UK, although not as near as I do when in Montenegro! I work as a performance coach in the non-profit sector and as I do a lot of my work on Skype I can base myself anywhere in the world - Montenegro is a great place to work from! I visit my cottage three or four times a year and my aim is to spend another summer out there in the not to distant future - it is just so lovely. I have made lots of Montenegrin friends as well as ex-pats who have moved to Montenegro to start businesses.

Sian McDermott purchased this cottage in 2005

Why Sian McDermott chose Tivat

It is not easy to find waterfront properties and this old cottage, despite being delapitated when I bought it, had a good deal of charm. After a total renovation it is now a comfortable holiday home with everything you need to self-cater and relax and enjoy yourself. It does have the ferry, but I love watching the world go by and it is easy to get across the Boka. Also very few houses, even first line to the water, have a terrace this big and this well positioned! Lepetane is not essentially a tourist village, although the population swells in summer with locals renting out apartments and rooms to people from Serbia and other countries, so you really are part of the community. I love having my breakfast on the balcony outside my bedroom watching the shipping in the straits.

What makes this cottage unique

Being right on the front line to the Boka. Being able to wander down for a swim. Near to Tivat and not far from Kotor. Watching the sun set behind the mountains across the water and occasionally watching lightning dart along the mountain crests - spectacular!

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Old stone waterfront cottage with enviable terrace in pretty bay
average rating of 4.9 based on 10 reviews

Perfect little cottage in a stunning location

  • 5 of 5

We stayed here at the beginning of September last year and had been looking forward to the trip for some time after seeing photos of the place and doing research on the area. I have to say though, the reality really did exceed our expectations...and it's not often you can say that!

The location is simply stunning - looking out over the crystal clear waters and the jaw dropping mountainous backdrop, I could've sat there for days (and we did a couple of days!) just soaking up the view and watching the amazing boats sailing past whilst sipping on a cold beer - absolute bliss! The sun terrace is the jewel in the crown here, you really do have to see it to believe it!

Before we booked here we were made aware of the fact that the cottage overlooks the ferry port and to expect a bit of noise. You can hear the ferries but I have to say it was absolutely not a problem for us and I would actually say it was nice because it was something to watch while we sat on the sun terrace.

We loved the location because you are really amongst the local community and the friendly gentleman next door was always out with his fishing rod and a beer - although they didn't speak much English, him and his wife were always very friendly and smiley when we walked past. There are some lovely little beach bars a few minutes walk in each direction which we strolled down to a few times and they're great places to just chill out with a drink by the water.

We rented a car and drove to Porto Montenegro which is a very impressive place to stroll around - there are some top quality restaurants and bars there and the Marina is home to some of the most impressive super yaghts I have ever seen. We also visited Kotor which is an amazing little walled town with cobbled streets - we went and had a lovely meal there which was great value and would definitely recommend a visit.

Overall we had an absolutely fabulous holiday and I would recommend anyone to visit this perfect little cottage - Montengro really is an undiscovered gem and we will be returning this year!

  • Review Submitted: Apr 3, 2014
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2013
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: These guests visited in September and I have to say it is my favourite month - the water is so warm and yet the extreme heat that you can get in July and August has been tempered a bit. On top of that the local fruits and vegetables are at their best - you can buy a kilo of red peppers, which I love, for little more than a euro and the tomatoes are heavenly. Buy local grown from the markets, they are quite likely to be pesticide free and will taste gorgeous. Perfect time of year!

A gem in the Adriatics

  • 5 of 5

This was our first visit to Montenegro, but most certainly not the last.

The cottage itself was spotless and equipped with everything you would need even for a lenghty stay, the veranda absolutely adoring and the surroundings were breathtaking even for us Norwegians used to fjords.

There is a small inconvenience, though.

Sian, the owner, warned us before we signed the contract about noise from the ferry, but for us this soon became a non-issue. You may find the noise to be a nuisance at first, but after a couple of hours you simply do not notice it.

In order to fully enjoy the area's fantastic views and attractions, we recommend using a car, but even public transport may do the trick, especially if you want to enjoy a nice evening out. Taxis won't set you too far back either.

A thorough folder with nearly all information you would need about the area is found in the cottage, but you may well find adorable restaurants and beaches not mentioned there.

Also, dealing with Sian's friends who take care of the cottage for her was a delight.

We hope to revisit this gem of a cottage some time soon.

  • Review Submitted: Jan 21, 2014
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2013
  • Source: HomeAway

Beautiful cottage and great holiday

  • 5 of 5

We spent a wonderful week staying in this beautiful and charming cottage which is in a great location to explore the bay and further up the coast towards the resort town of Budva which is great for water-sports, Sveti Stefan and towards the lake Skadar area which is beautiful.

The cottage inside is lovely and very well appointed, well equipped kitchen, good size bedrooms, very large bathroom and all the mod cons you would need throughout your stay and feels very homely.

To be honest though we didn't spend much time inside due to the absolutely wonderful terrace which has a stunning view of the bay. The terrace has a nice big table and plenty of chairs and a small BBQ. The terrace is the perfect place to have a BBQ and spend the day/ evening watching the cruise ships and boats go by while enjoying some of the lovely local food and wine, particularly the Vranac Procorda.

A car is recommended as there is a very small local shop a minute walk away that has the very basics bread, drinks etc as Lepetane is more of a residential area but its a very short drive from some larger supermarkets on the way to Tivat and in Tivat itself. There are also plenty of lovely little restaurants a short drive away.

Sian was a pleasure to deal with and very helpful throughout. She was very honest before booking and said there will be some noise from the nearby ferry terminal which runs through the night in summer and that some people may not like this. Yes the terminal is close but the noise wasn't an issue for anyone in our group, as someone who has lived in city centres, near busy roads, train tracks and near an airport flightpath the noise was nowhere near as loud as these. I would describe it as more of a gentle hum when outside and the ferry is running but not loud enough so you have to shout to have a conversation. The ferry did run through the night but the frequency was only every hour after about 11pm. The noise certainly didn't keep anyone awake at night and was barely noticeable when inside. Having the ferry terminal that close is also a great and inexpensive way to quickly get across to the other side of the bay and as we were driving from Croatia it made the drive time to Lepetane considerable shorter. its also free if on foot.

I would have no hesitation to return or recommend it to friends and family. All in all it was a terrific week in a lovely cottage that is the perfect base to explore the wonders of Montenegro of which there are many.

  • Review Submitted: Jan 14, 2014
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2013
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Guests do enjoy our terrace! Certainly in the summer months they spend nearly all their time out there when they aren't out and about visiting beautiful beaches, dining in little Konobas (restaurants) or taking in the Venetian or Roman architecture of the town bordering the Boka Kotorska fjord. Another convert to our excellent local wine - Vranac Procorda - this is Montenegro's upmarket product selling from about E4 - E5. You can get very quaffable cheaper plonk for about E2.50!! As readers may have noticed on the cottage write up on the main page - there is noise due to Lepetane being a ferry port and whilst I tell prospective guests everything I can to try and explain how it will be it is very helpful of this guest to explain how they found it. We are all different, some people want complete and utter silence, in which case this rental property is not for them, whilst others have a different level of tolerance to noise and find it really is not a problem for them.

The perfect getaway

  • 5 of 5

A relaxing getaway in a beautiful spot we had a wonderful time here and would recommend it to anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle but still accessible for places to visit and sites to see. This is a great little house with the perfect combination of ‘mod cons’ and traditional features.

It was a delight to spend the day on the large covered terrace; great for sunbathing, reading or napping in the shade. The terrace also meant that we could end the day with a candlelit meal and a glass of wine watching the sun go down over the water. After a few days I was so relaxed I even found myself mesmerized by the coming and going of the ferry making its short journey across the bay!

This is an unspoiled gem

  • Review Submitted: Feb 8, 2011
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2010
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Ah well, candlelit dinners! I think the whole village is slightly envious of the candlelit dinners held on the terrace - locally it is known as The Best Terrace In Lepetane! And instead of looking out at open sea you look across the water to the twinkling lights of Kamenari and if the moon is out you can see the dark outline of the mountains rising above the village on the opposite side of the Straits. As the sun goes down the liners pass through the Straits - so near you can almost see the faces of those on board - as do the super yachts making their way to their next day's destination.
Lutterworth, Leicestershire

Perfect holiday destination

  • 5 of 5

We have stayed at the enchanting fisherman's cottage in Lepetane twice so far. We had such a wonderful holiday on the first occasion that we revisited with friends who now love it as much as we do, The beautiful little house is full of character whilst at the same time being fully equipped for the perfect holiday, and spotlessly clean. The large sunny terrace which directly overlooks the water is the perfect spot for a lazy breakfast, delicious lunch, or relaxing dinner to while away the evening. That said we also love to explore and always hire a car from the airport. You will find yourself at the perfect base for trips around the fjord, all the way down the coast as far as Albania or up into the mountains enjoying all "ports of call" along the way. Our long list of "must see" places includes Kotor, Perast, Rose, Sveti Stefan, Cetinje (take the long winding road from Kotor to get there as the views along the way are breathtaking and the easy route back to the coast road) and Tivat with its new marina and upmarket shops and cafes. The trip around the bay from Lepetane to Kotor and then continuing all the way to Kamenari where you can get the little ferry back across to Lepetane is a must. Having visited Montenegro several times now this is most definitely our accomodation of choice. The whole atmosphere of both the cottage and the little village is most beguiling. An evening stroll along the waterfront, which is literally on your doorstep, is a must. We have always been made to feel most welcome at the village shop. So convenient for that last minute or extra bottle of wine! We love the local wine Vranac Procorda and urge you to seek it out during your visit, either from shops (MUCH cheaper) or in restaurants. If you don't feel like cooking there are plenty of places to eat out. We once stopped one Sunday lunchtime at what appeared to be nothing more than a very large shed at the side of a river. The packed car park intrigued us. It was full of locals all enjoying Sunday lunch. The food was excellent, plentiful and cheap and we really felt as if we were in on a local secret. To us, little things like that make a holiday truly memorable. That said there are plenty of up-market eateries also. Try the restaurant at the Hotel Splendido on the way to Kotor, the best we have found. Eat out on the terrace overlooking Kotor bay and watch the brightly lit ships leaving the bay after their day trip to the old walled town. Perfect! We'll be back for more, for sure!

  • Review Submitted: Feb 5, 2011
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2010
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: What can I say - Sue and her friends clearly love the house, Lepetane and Montenegro as much as we do! It really is a beguiling, enchanting place that grows on you more and more. If you can do get out and explore because that is where you get the real feel of it. As far as food goes - their beef is excellent and good value and up until now most food has been organic as they didn't use pesticides or additives - can't be sure now, but they do love their meat so they care how it tastes. The Montenegrins are a very good looking people and maybe due to their meat eating are the second tallest race in the world - second only to the Masai Warriors! There is a lot of squid and mussels on local menus and both very reasonable - all caught locally. Do try the little fish restaurant on the water in Dona Lastvia, just before you get to Tivat, so literally 1km away. Again frequented by locals, it only has a few tables and only serves fish (their chips are delicious) - I go for the grilled prawns and a nice bottle of local sauvignon - delicious and very reasonable! Enjoy!

Fantastic base for an adventure holiday

  • 5 of 5

Spent a week here at lepatani in this very comfortable terraced house from which you can enjoy a lesiurely breakfast on the balcony and watch the activities of this busy little village. the water side views are wonderful.

For me however the real gem of this place is its position. The village is placed strategically for good walks over the local ridge towards Kator - a fantastic mountain guarded medievil city . The wall of mounts immediatley behind Kator offers spectacular mountain walks to the east and north. Guides are necessary and the local walking club will offer advice on routes. To the west and south Lepatani guards the entrance to a vast fiord. Small single track roads side tract for miles along the coast ridges offering walks and treks among a rural community which has not changed much for hundreds of years.

Views from these position are stunning, several thousand feet above the sea , this vast coastline can be taken for miles to the south and north.

Most importantly the food at the end of the walks in local resturants is excellent.

  • Review Submitted: Feb 3, 2011
  • Date of Stay: May 2010
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Whilst some people come to Montenegro to enjoy the sun and sea one should not forget that outside of July and August, when it is too hot for serious exertion, the climate can be lovely for walking. During the winter the rainfall can be heavy so you would need to come prepared, but Spring and Autumn will have some gorgeous weather. Due to the mountainous nature of the country a certain level of fitness is required for serious walking, but I have rarely seen a view to beat the ones from the mountains down over the Adriatic and the Fjord. For those who like gentler walks you can drive up into the mountains above Kotor and when you reach the plateau the countryside is gentle and undulating. One spectacular walk that will only take you a couple of hours begins in Kotor Old Town and goes up the battlements to the fort that guards the old town. There is a little chapel half way up and then the ruins at the top. You then look down on the rooves of Kotor and can watch the liners come in looking like little toy boats. Gentler walks can be taken alongside the Fjord through the pretty little waterside villages. Stop for lunch in a Konoba and then carry on until you are tired. If you have your mobile with you you can call for a red taxi to take you home when you are tired - it will only cost a few euros.


Nearest Airport
35.8 Kilometres
Nearest Barpub
1 Kilometres
Nearest Ferry
75 Metres
Nearest Golf
28 Kilometres
Nearest Train
99 Kilometres
Nearest Motorway
40 Kilometres
Nearest Restaurant
1 Kilometres
Dona Lastva, Tivat
Nearest Ski
180 Kilometres
Nearest Beach
200 Metres
Car: recommended

The house is on the waterfront in the charming village of Lepetane. The old stone village curves round a beautiful bay on the Verige Straits in the Boka Kotorska, Europe's southernmost Fjord, a stunningly beautiful World Heritage site. The Boka is teeming with history and has some well preserved medieval towns including Kotor, a beautiful walled city with narrow streets, endless churches, 13 squares and no cars, think mini Dubrovnik! Plenty of Venetian and Roman architecture in the Boka to gaze upon, restaurants galore and for those less interested in visiting cultural heritage sites, Tivat is home to Porto Montenegro, the largest marina in the Adriatic, built to house the fabulous yachts of the super-rich! The Boka has many pebble beaches and jetties to swim from and a half hour drive brings you to the aquamarine waters and stunning beaches of the Adriatic. Some suggestions for Adriatic beaches are Mirista, Przno, Petrovac and Jaz. If you want to swim nearer to hand there is Opatovo beach just round the corner from Lepetane. Here there is a beach bar, sun loungers to hire and good, safe swimming.

There is plenty to watch from the cottage's shaded terrace with liners, super yachts and dinghies passing close by and ferries docking.

Other Activities: Boat cruises


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4 Apr 2015 - 5 Jun 2015
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6 Jun 2015 - 4 Sep 2015
7 night minimum stay
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5 Sep 2015 - 31 Oct 2015
3 night minimum stay
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Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable Damage Deposit £200.00
Stay tax £0.70 per night, per person. This amount will be due to the owner upon arrival. Does not apply to children under 1 years.
Notes A 200 Euro refundable damage deposit is required before arrival.
Payment of this is by bank transfer in Pounds Sterling or Euros
If you fly into Dubrovnik (British Airways or Easyjet) we can suggest a car rental company that we have used for years. It is an easy 1.5 hours drive to Kamenari in Montenegro where you can get the ferry across to Lepetane. There is in a car park opposite the ferry.

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Accommodation and facilities for this holiday cottage in Tivat, Montenegro

Property Type:
  • cottage (semi-detached)
  • Self-catering
Floor Area:
  • 100 m²
Location Type:
  • village
  • waterfront
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Local Maps
  • Parking On Street
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Wireless Internet ...
  • 4 Ring Stove
  • Cooking Utensils
  • Freezer
  • Grill
  • Pantry Items
  • Refrigerator
  • Toaster
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Separate WC
  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure , Bidet , washing machine
    Bathroom 2 - Toilet , On Terrace
  • A spacious gray tiled bathroom with decent size shower enclosure. There is a heater for winter use and the washing machine and water heater are in the bathroom. The water tank is large and gives plenty of hot water. Unlike many places in Montenegro where the water can be off for large parts of the day, the water supply to Lepetane is excellent and it is extremely rare that there is no water. There are a couple of windows with shutters and also a bidet, useful for soaking swimsuits if nothing else! Bath towels are provided, but you are asked to bring your own beach towels. There is plenty of space and lines for drying towels and clothes on the terrace and from the balcony
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 5
  • Bedroom 1 - 1 Large Double Bed , Folded Z Bed
    Bedroom 2 - 2 Single Bed
  • Bedrooms are equipped for summer and winter with duvets and English cotton sheets and pillows. Both bedrooms have wooden floors with washable rugs, chests of drawers, wardrobes, chairs and plenty of lighting. Bath towels and mats are provided. The double bedroom at the front has a glass door opening onto the balcony which overlooks the terrace and the sea. It is a perfect and peaceful site for breakfast. Attached to the balcony are drying lines for clothes. There is a Z bed that can be put up in the double bedroom at the foot of the double bed. Usually this is used for a child sharing parents' bedroom. Some holiday renters, us included, rent extra apartments from our neighbours (please ask if you are interested), up behind the house, for teenagers or additional friends, who then spend their days and mealtimes on the house terrace. There is air conditioning in the bedrooms which is a dual purpose system so can be switched to heat for the winter months.
  • Books ...
  • Books - Fiction / Non-fiction
  • DVD Player
  • Games ...
  • Video Library
  • Balcony ...
  • Barbecue
  • Deck Chairs
  • Terrace ...
  • Barbecue ...
  • Terrace
  • 4 garden chairs
  • 6 deck chairs
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • children welcome ...
  • non smoking only ...
  • pets not allowed ...
  • not suitable for elderly or infirm
  • wheelchair inaccessible ...
  • bay
  • botanical garden
  • caves
  • churches
  • forests
  • live theatre
  • marina
  • playground
  • recreation centre
  • restaurants
  • ruins
Leisure Activities:
  • bird watching
  • gambling casinos
  • paddle boating
  • photography
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • hiking
  • jet skiing
  • pier fishing
  • rafting
  • sailing
  • diving
  • snorkelling
  • bay fishing
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • water skiing
  • whitewater rafting
The property is fine for families with slightly older children as the stairs are quite steep and do not have bannisters. It has mostly been rented by adults who have enjoyed the outdoor living on the terrace, long leisurely meals at the outside table, washed down with local wine and then a snooze with fantastic views of the Boka - always something to watch with the ferries coming and going in and out of the bay and the locals fishing from the water front. When you get too hot you can just wander along the front for a cooling swim in the fjord from the jetty or little pebble beach. There is a slightly wild garden behind, but slightly separated from the house, which is not landscaped, but provides plenty of fruit, including grapes in season. Candle lit evening meals on the terrace are always the highlight of the day. The terrace is fully shaded with a bamboo rush roof from June to September.

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