This restored 19th century villa is situated in a residential neighbourhood in Dubrovnik City, within walking distance to the Dubrovnik Old Town. The property is comprised of a four bedroom main house, two self-contained studio apartments and a separate studio annexe, and benefits from pool and expansive tiered gardens. Guests enter the grounds through either the main gate or the garage. From the garage guests can take the elevator up to the lower ground and ground floor. The lower ground floor comprises two self-contained studio apartments, each with double bed and kitchenette, one with en-suite bath and one with en-suite shower room. The elevator continues to the ground floor, which marks the start of the main house, spanning three levels. Guests enter the ground floor to a hallway leading to a fully equipped kitchen with dining area and a living room with fireplace. Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor, with one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and one twin bedroom with en-suite shower room. The second floor of the villa is similar in layout to the first floor but with two en-suite shower rooms and exposed wood-beam ceiling. Excluding one of the lower ground floor bedrooms, all beds can be changed to be either doubles or twins according to guests' needs. From the ground floor, guests access a terrace spanning the width of the villa. This is the top level of the gardens. On this level, to the left of the villa, guests find a separate annexe for two-four, featuring it's own living room with a daybed suitable for two children, kitchenette with a table and chairs for four people and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room. An outdoor dining terrace and Finnish sauna can also be found on this ground floor terrace. From here, 10 steps lead down to the next garden level, with a pool and terrace furnished with sun loungers. The tiered lawned gardens then lead down 2 more levels to a meeting room in the villa equipped with a projector and screen.
Dubrovnik is a city in southern Croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. It's known for its distinctive Old Town, encircled with massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. Its well-preserved buildings range from baroque St. Blaise Church to Renaissance Sponza Palace and Gothic Rector’s Palace, now a history museum. Paved with limestone, the pedestrianized Stradun (or Placa) is lined with shops and restaurants.