A two hundred year old luxury studio villa at the edge of a historic small town, comprising of a large, air-conditioned sitting room/bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Terrace, garden and lovely sea views. 3 minute walk from the beach. WiFi.BEDROOMS : StudioSLEEPS : 2-4
A small stone house that was once a sheep pen for the owners of the Big House next door, has just been refurbished to a very high standard. The little house has been sensitively restored and turned into a stylish and comfortable seaside pad, with a lot of outdoor garden space. It is located at the highest point of the village/town, just by the ancient stone wall which surrounds the whole of the town and happens to be the longest medieval town wall in the whole of Europe! The villa has wonderful views of the red Mediterranean roofs and the sea below, which can be enjoyed from the house and from the large front terrace. The villa is approached by the steps, which lead up through the village street and past a small church. Then you arrive to a mysterious green gate set in an old stone wall, and the little villa is hidden inside behind lavender and rosemary bushes.
View from Terrace
The whole house is arranged on one floor. The front of the studio has two doors, which lead out onto the terrace and excellent sea views. The largest part of the ground floor is taken up by the bedroom and sitting room, which are fitted within one large and airy living space. The white wooden flooring, white raised ceiling and white beams contribute to the bright and summery feel of the villa. In this room you have a large new double bed, with all bed linen provided and plenty of storage space. A stylish cool sofa can be pulled out into an accessory double bed, so maximum four people can be accommodated. The owners have added special touches by chosen pieces of antique furniture, such as bedside cabinets, mirrors and chests. It is a great space to relax and experience the feel of a cosy cottage, but also the open air and fresh scents of the Mediterranean garden. The villa has high speed Wi-Fi.
Off the living room there is a well-equipped white kitchen, with an electric cooker, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. Cooking utensils and plates, glassware and cutlery are provided.
The bathroom is also accessed from the living room. It is a gleaming white and fresh bathroom, with simple white tiles, white basin and a large white bath, with a shower combined. Plenty of bath towels and beach towels are provided.
Garden and Terrace
The house and the terrace are equally important, since the terrace provides another living area, paved with ancient stone slabs, a dining table, sun loungers, sun umbrellas, set among the fragrant greenery of rosemary and lavender, with the sea glimmering through the green hedge. Behind the garden wall, you can see the charming village church and cypress trees.
At the back of the Studio Villa there is good size garden, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the green hills of the Peljesac peninsula.
Path to Villa
View from villa
Terrace with Dining Table
Villa and terrace
End of the week cleaning is included
Cars should be left in the free car park at the entrance to the village, approximately three minutes walk to the villa
Pets are accepted by special approval of the owner
A five minute walk takes you to the kiosk which sells fresh oysters and mussels caught in the local area. You can also get fresh fruit and vegetables there. In the town of Ston, which can be reached on foot in 10-15 minutes, or a couple of minutes by car, there are two supermarkets, a fresh food market, an excellent bakery and a very good wine shop, as well as many really good restaurants, bank, post office, doctor’s surgery and a tourist office.
Small boats can be hired from the main coastal towns and resorts. The coastline and inshore islands are ideal for exploring by small boat. To hire a motor boat you will require an appropriate licence or you will need to hire a skipper. For more information visit our Charter page.
Dubrovnik Airport is 1 hour drive from Mali Ston. An alternative is to fly to Split Airport and drive the 3 hours down the spectacular coast road, or the slightly quicker route down the inland motorway, from Split to Mali Ston. For travellers with some time to spare, the Split option provides the chance to visit Diocletians Palace in the centre of Split or take a full day detour on the southerly route by crossing by ferry to Supetar on the island of Brac and returning from Supetar at the southern end of the island to Makarska on the mainland.
Dubrovnik Airport is located near the town of Cavtat to the south of Dubrovnik. British Airways flies to Dubrovnik from London-Gatwick. EasyJet flies from London Gatwick, London-Stansted, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Paris, Lyon, Berlin, Geneva, Milan and Rome. Monarch flies to Dubrovnik from London Gatwick, Birmingham and Manchester. Jet2 fly from Edinburgh, Belfast, Newcastle, Leeds Bradford, East Midlands and Manchester. German Wings flies from London-Stansted, Amsterdam, Cologne/Bonn, Dusseldorf, Hanover, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin, Nuremberg, Friedrichshafen, Leipzig/Halle, Vienna, Zurich, Valencia, Palma di Mallorca and Casablanca. Lufthansa flies from Dusseldorf and Munich. Finnair, flies from Helsinki; Iberia flies from Madrid. Air Mediterranee from Paris. SAS fly from Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. Croatia Airlines flies daily from Zagreb and from some other European destinations. A number of other low cost operators fly from Spain, Portugal and Scandinavia. Check the summer flight schedule on the Dubrovnik Airport website for details of all flights to Dubrovnik.
Car Hire - Contact us if you would like us to obtain a quote from our recommended car hire provider who have offices in Dubrovnik and at Dubrovnik airport.
PRICES & AVAILABILITY
All prices are in euro (EUR) and for the whole villa based on Saturday to Saturday bookings.