In a paved street, two blocks back from Placa, in the pedestrian-only Old Town. All the city’s main cultural attractions are within a 10-minute walk, as is the airport bus stop.
The three rooms are fresh, light and airy, and cleverly combine the old and the new. They have wooden floors, beamed ceilings, shabby-chic whitewashed furniture, wrought iron bedsteads, and modern fabrics in neutral cream and beige. You get a big comfortable double bed, TV, great air conditioning, and a newly-tiled bathroom with power shower. The three apartments are similar, but have additional well-equipped kitchenettes, ideal for preparing breakfast and snacks.
Just a lovely communal rooftop terrace with fantastic views over the city’s terracotta rooftops – there are tables and chairs, so you can have breakfast or a sunset drink up here.
Eating and drinking
The three apartments have kitchenettes.
None, but there’s plenty to do in Dubrovnik and the nearest beach, Eastwest, is just a 10-minute walk away.
Kind and friendly owners who will meet you by Pile Gate upon arrival and help with your luggage.
Who stays there
Generally couples who want to make the most of their time in Dubrovnik by exploring the Old Town while enjoying stylish inexpensive accommodation.
- Culture vultures
- Great views / scenery
- Design and architecture
Pros & Cons
- Good value for money
- Shared roof terrace with great views
- Stylish interior design
- Atmospheric historic building
- Old Town location
- No sea views
- Lots of stairs, no lift