The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Supetar’s harbour and the ferry port, which is served by regular ferries from Split.
The 24 rooms all have balconies, plus wooden floors and brightly coloured fabrics, en-suite bathroom with shower, air conditioning and satellite TV. The top-floor rooms at the back of the hotel face inland and get the afternoon sun, while the ones at the front overlook the garden but are less sunny.
The Mamma Mia restaurant has a light and airy dining room with a black-and-white tile floor, plus outdoor tables. Through summer there’s also an outdoor café with boxy wicker sofas, low-level coffee tables and big white umbrellas on a lovely palm-lined stone terrace.
Eating and drinking
Expect a generous Continental breakfast, plus a la carte Dalmatian specialities with several vegetarian options. The summer café does excellent cocktails.
There’s a small freeform pool in the garden, plus a six-person outdoor Jacuzzi. A five-minute walk away lies the public beach made up of fine pebbles and backed by tamarisk trees, and a concrete bathing platform with sun beds and umbrellas – the sea is shallow here, making it ideal for kids.
The owners and staff are welcoming, friendly and helpful.
Who stays there
Mainly European couples and families looking for a peaceful, relaxing holiday in a friendly down-to-earth environment.
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Decent bar and restaurant
- Near beach
- Small outdoor pool
- Peaceful island location
- Showers only, no bathtubs