First of all Montenegro is stunningly beautiful and this cottage has a great view of the Bay of Kotor. It has a marvellous terrace which we used all the time. It is very spacious cottage for 2 people and would suit a family of 4 easily. It is a fully equipped, you want for nothing and great air conditioning. It is very clean and has a good fridge, cooker and washing machine. The owner Sian provided us with full details of the cottage and the area, she cannot be faulted for her helpfulness. She also has an neighbour Ana who will help you during your stay but her English is limited.
Staying here in Lepetane you will definitely need a car to get to all the marvellous beaches and towns in the area. There is nothing really in the village, one very small shop. You can drive to big supermarkets in nearby Tivat. It is also essential you get the card to park in the army barracks car park because there is absolutely no real parking anywhere else in the village. We did use taxis quite a lot it was sometimes difficult getting them from Lepetane but we always did eventually. The one down side to Lepetane is it is a ferry port with ferries crossing the bay all day and night, this takes a bit of getting use to and may not to be everyone satisfaction.
You will also need to go other towns to eat as there are no restaurants in Lepetane. But the good news is there are nice restaurants nearby, our favourite was Hotel Carrumba. The fish and seafood in Montenegro is outstanding and the local wine is good. The most disappointing meals we had were in Kotor, beautiful city but a bit of a tourist trap.
We highly recommend a visit to Peras a beautiful town which was part of the Venetian Empire which has great restaurants, views and swimming. A visit to Our Lady of the Rock is also recommended. Montenegro is still quite undiscovered but I am sure this will not last forever so now is the time to go and enjoy its delights!