Villa Stradun

Dubrovnik, Southern DalmatiaSleeps: 5 + 1From €1743 per week
Villa Stradun
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Summary
  • Sleeps 5 + 1
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Fully air-conditioned
  • Mobile USB dongle (purchase locally)
  • Distance to beach: 70 metres
  • Distance to coast : 150 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 40 metres
Introduction

An amazing Old Town house in Dubrovnik, in the middle of all best things, comfortable and stylish

What we say
If you have set your heart on Dubrovnik Old Town, this is the place. Attentive owner, and the villa gives you a proper Dubrovnik experience
Prices per week
The accommodation is priced in euros. Prices in £ or $ are indicative.
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  • 01.Jan.2019 - 28.Feb.2019
  • €1743
  • 01.Mar.2019 - 31.Mar.2019
  • €2933
  • 01.Apr.2019 - 31.May.2019
  • €3283
  • 01.Jun.2019 - 30.Sep.2019
  • €3493
  • 01.Oct.2019 - 31.Oct.2019
  • €2933
  • 01.Nov.2019 - 31.Dec.2019
  • €1743
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If booking online you will have the option to pay in your card’s local currency

A refundable damage deposit of €1000.00 is payable in cash on arrival

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Sleeps

  • 5 + 1 persons

Bedrooms

  • 2 x Double bedroom
  • 1 x Single bedroom
  • 1 x Single sofa bed

Bathrooms

  • 3 x Ensuite Shower room

Internet

  • Mobile USB dongle (purchase locally)

Cooling and heating

  • Fully air-conditioned

Indoor

  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Bedlinen provided, weekly
  • Bath towels provided, weekly
  • Washing machine
  • Iron

Activities

  • Public tennis court nearby

Parking

  • Onstreet parking

Characteristics

  • Floor area: 156 m2

Distances

  • Nearest beach: 70 metres
  • Nearest coast: 150 metres
  • Nearest shop: 40 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 40 metres
  • Nearest airport: 22 km (Dubrovnik)

One of the rare villa properties occurring directly in Dubrovnik old town, just a few steps away from the main cobbled car-free street of Stradun, with numerous cafes, restaurants and shops, close to medieval squares, churches and museums. It is a five minute walk from the sandy town beach Banje. The villa comprises of 156 square metres of living space on three floors and is beautifully furnished.

Villa Stradun - Dubrovnik Old Town

Accommodation

First floor

On the first floor there is a large double bedroom with a double bed and a shower room, taking the whole of the floor space. The antique bed is supplied with a goose quality mattress, fine bed linen and plenty of towels are provided. The windows of the villa open out onto a typically narrow medieval street of Dubrovnik, full of old stone houses.

Second floor

A light and airy sitting room has antique wooden floors, white painted wood ceiling beams and exposed old stone walls. It is furnished with soft cream rugs, an elegant and comfortable sofa and armchairs and has a satellite TV. A small bar separates the sitting area from the white kitchen, which has a dishwasher, fridge freezer, a four ring electric hob and oven, microwave oven, kettle, coffee machine, toaster, washing machine and iron. Good cooking utensils, plates and glassware are also provided. A dining table can comfortably sit six people.

Third floor

A wood staircase leads to the top floor which has two wonderful bedrooms, each with their en-suite shower rooms. One of the bedrooms has a double bed, and the other a single bed, with the possibility of adding another, accessory bed. All bedrooms have lovely bed linen and plenty of towels are provided.

Outside

This villa is in the heart of old Dubrovnik, within the ancient city walls. As you walk out of the villa, you find yourself on a little narrow street and turn left to come to the main street of Stradun, cobbled with original century old stones. The whole of the old Dubrovnik is a pedestrianised zone, a completely preserved medieval renaissance town, and Stradun street is a promenade where the whole world strolls at night. It is lined with cafes, shops, restaurants and churches which put on concerts almost every day. Numerous little side streets hide more restaurants, pizzerias and shops, market squares and art galleries. Every street has restaurant tables and chairs lined up against the house walls. There are outdoor shows, and fabulous concerts that take pace in the old ducal palace, the home of the ancient Rectors of Dubrovnik. A short stroll takes you to a very nice town beach, and many seaside cafes and restaurants around the old harbour. Also a few night clubs and late night bars are within 10 mins walking distance. Secured parking is available in the nearby public car park, but it is not necessary to have a car.

Additional Information

  • Car is not necessary

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Described as the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik will not fail to impress with great City walls rising out of the brilliant Adriatic against a backdrop of steep mountainsides. Within the walls of the old town are some fine architecture and lively streets crammed with shops, cafes and restaurants. Walk the City walls to enjoy the beautiful roofscape of the old town and the seascape beyond. Visit the Franciscan and Dominican monasteries and stroll down the cobbled streets and alleyways or relax in the cafes. During the summer months the Dubrovnik festival hosts concerts on most nights providing music of all types. The wonderfully preserved fortifications and atmospheric squares and alleyways of Dubrovnik old town were the perfect setting for Kings Landing in the Game of Thrones. Croatian Villa Holidays can arrange Game of Thrones tours that will guide you through all the locations that played a significant part in Game of Thrones. Dubrovnik has an equally dramatic real history, We can arrange private or group tours that will introduce you to Dubrovnik's history from the middle ages to its recent history when for eight month from October 1991 to May 1992  the City was under siege and shelled from the surrounding mountain tops. 

Gruz
Gruz is the port area of Dubrovnik where the cruise ships dock and where mega-yachts tie up at the quayside around this large and sheltered natural harbour. The gentle banks of Gruz harbour was where the Dubrovnik noblemen chose to build their fine summer palaces to escape the heat and bustle of the ancient city. Many of these stunning Renaissance buildings are still standing and some have been renovated as luxury hotels or spectacular private houses. Today Gruz is a shopping and commercial centre for Dubrovnik as well as a living museum of Renaissance architecture.

Eating Out
Dubrovnik offers everything from sophisticated restaurants in spectacular waterside locations to simple bistros in alleyways and side streets of the old town. The choice is endless. We can provide you with our recommendations.

Beaches
In Dubrovnik there are popular beaches all around the Lapad Peninsula, for example Copacabana beach where you can relax in a beach club environment with cocktail bar and comfortable sunloungers. From the old town harbour ferries go regularly to the small island of Lokrum just a few minutes away, where Dubrovnik people traditionally like to go for a swim. For a relaxing afternnon you can stroll around this wooded island with its park like landscape and stop for a swim anywhere around the coastline.

A short distance down the coast from Dubrovnik there are sandy and shingle beaches at Kupari and Mlini.

Islands
The nearby islands of Lopud, Sipan and Kolocep are easily reached by ferry from Dubrovnik. Much quieter but still historically interesting. Lopud has one of the best sandy beaches in the region which can be reached by walking across the narrow neck of the island from the town of Lopud. The charming harbour front village of Suderad on Sipan has a well preserved fortified palace from the 15th century.

Trsteno
About 10km from Dubrovnik is the famous landscaped garden and arboretum of Trsteno a Mediterranean garden with a fine array of trees and breathtaking views. The gardens were created by the nobleman Ivan Gucetic in the grounds of his summer villa built between 1494 and 1502. Tresteno gardens was the setting for High Gardens for the filming of Game of Thrones

Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport is located near the town of Cavtat to the south of Dubrovnik.
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