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Beach villa with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom in Brac, Croatia

From £1,323 per week

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Villa to rent in Brac, Croatia

  • Villa
  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Near beach
  • Balcony / terrace
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Washing machine
  • Sea view

Villa overview - owner's description

Nestled among vineyards, and hanging over cliff and beach, we created our ecological paradise. Traditionally built stone villa with modern amenities for 4-6 is ideal for honeymoon or family vacation!

Being the owner of the villa in Bol has always been my dream. The small village of Bol next to the Golden Horn Beach will excite all the age groups. Golden Horn, one of the best beaches in Adriatic, offers windsurfing, snorkling, diving, and numerous beach activities for kids (trampoline, small playground, etc). Resturants are abundant on the beach itself, but at night you will find the great entertainment in the town of Bol with cafes, night clubs, restaurants, cinema, shopping opportunities at every corner.

It is truly great being only 7km away from the vibrant summer town of Bol, but if you want to get-away-from-it-all, our villa will not disapoint. Follow the dirt road 5 km west of Bol and Golden Horn Beach, and You will discover the historic eco-village of Murvica with its famous beach, archaeological site of "Dragon's Cave", traditional stone homes, and endless vineyards. Drive few kms more, and stunning old Monastery from the cliff awaits. Then, just few minutes more, and there you are, in our special ecological paradise.

Above the coming road, you will see 3 hilltops of the mountain peaks welcoming you. There, under the meticulosly kept vineyards of "Plavac" wine, are the stone walls of our villa, and the spectacular sea views of Hvar and other islands. Drive through the gate, and park at the top of our stone villa. Walk down the stone steps, and you will enter the beautifiul outdoor terrace, and the outdoor kitchen. Our outdoor kitchen features stone sinks and counters made by local stone mason, custom designed wood cabinetry , local stone fireplace, porcelain tile Italian flooring. Outdoor kitchen is fully equipped with cooktops, barbecue, fine china and cutlery, and pots and pans. This is your unique opportunity to cook outdoors with the freshest organic ingredients, just like the locals did for centuries. There you will also find the table for 8 people, summer breeze, and the million dollar view for your meals.

Stroll down the path, check the vineyards, and stop at the end of the estate for the suprising view. You will see the spectacular beach suitable for children, young, even older. The beach below the estate is very private, unlike the hustle and bustle of Golden Horn Beach. We also discovered the beautiful cave, and the small beach inside the cave closeby; the lovers of the nature, snorkeling and scuba divers will enjoy exploring the area.

After lazy day of relaxing, go back to villa where you will enjoy all the amenities of the luxury. Wheter it is custom made upholstered sofa in the living room, beautiful stone fireplace, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, oven, cooktop, microwave, double sink, all the fine china for the special meals, or fine original art, even the most decadent will be amazed! Entire villa has high beamed celings, but one of the bedrooms also has a special gallery with the custom made twin bed overhangining below the celing. This will be a great spot for your teenager or child who will appreaciate this special bed from the pirate stories just for him/her.

On other hand, you will appreciate your double bedroom with the morning view of the crystal clear water from your bed. There is no need to get up up to the window here; you can enjoy the beauty of the Adriatic sea while sipping your coffee in bed!

Villa also has a bathroom with the walk- in shower which is convenient for older and children alike. There you will find plenty of clean towels, soap, shampoo, and other bath products. Sometimes, however, you will not even want to use the full bathroom. Outside the villa, you will find a shower, and a stone custom made artistic sink, for those days when you just want to have a quick shower after the day at the beach.

Villa also has a storage room with additional collapsable bed. Additional storage was also made for generator, as our entire ecological villa is powered by solar panels with the generator back up.

We also offer a wide choice services to make your stay truly enjoyable:

-airport transfer
-ferry port transfer
-meet and greet, and introduction to villa amenties
-beach towels
-rent a bike
-welcome package for all stays 10 days or longer (water, juice, snack)
-estate wine tasting and purchase opportunities
-organic local produce tasting/purchase (olive oil, vinegar)
-weekly linen change
-maid service on request

Other services are also possible on request. For some of the services, additional fees apply.

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1 out of 1 people recommend staying here

Pierre

From Treffrin

Very nive villa. Spotless clean. Very friendly welcome. And direct access to a perfect beach


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Paradise Beach Retreat Villa is an amazing, really well decorated little house located in a peaceful place among vineyards and steps from the almost private beach. Near the beach there was a dwelling place of an adriatic bear (this cave was a good attraction for our kids), while snoreking in a crystal-clear sea one could often notice octopuses, small muranes and families of flat fishes. The pictues of the villa on the website are far less beautiful than the place itself. - Lev from Ukraine, stayed in July 2011.

This is one of my newest favorite places: a secluded stone villa set off the road amidst rolling vineyards sloping to the glittering adriatic, and backed up to the great limestone mass of the mountain Vidova Gora. The small villa is first-rate, with craftsman-quality stonework, tile work, and best quality appliances throughout. The large covered patio looks over a small vineyard to the narrow channel between the islands of Brac and Hvar, and features a massive wooden table, sink and large stone grill. I loved sitting there in the shade sipping a local rakija, eating figs, and watching boats go by. It felt very Mediterranean! Immediately below the villa - accessible only by foot or boat - is one of the best beaches on the island with clear water and wonderful swimming, even in September when I visited. Since I love to hike, I was also glad to discover that there were the ruins of a couple of medieval monasteries on the mountain slopes nearby as well as the famous apocalyptic dragon cave. And all this only a short drive over a scenic unpaved road from the tourist center of Bol, for groceries, museums, sight-seeing, dining, mixing with people. I visited during wine-making season and the only other people I saw were a few neighbors coming to their vineyards to pick the grapes and a single small boat of young people that pulled up to the beach below the villa for a swim. Few cars went by, it was very quiet. This would be a wonderful place for an individual, couple, or family and friends to spend quality time from april or May through October depending on what you are looking for. Spring: flowers, hiking, sight-seeing, some dramatic weather, perhaps, to be viewed from your covered patio Summer: eating,drinking, swimming, making music and relaxing with friends I guess the beach would be pretty popular Fall, swimming, hiking, sight-seeing, grilling, watching the wine-making . . .J.Hurd, stayed in villa in September 2010.

This is one of my newest favorite places: a secluded stone villa set off the road amidst rolling vineyards sloping to the glittering adriatic, and backed up to the great limestone mass of the mountain Vidova Gora. The small villa is first-rate, with craftsman-quality stonework, tile work, and best quality appliances throughout. The large covered patio looks over a small vineyard to the narrow channel between the islands of Brac and Hvar, and features a massive wooden table, sink and large stone grill. I loved sitting there in the shade sipping a local rakija, eating figs, and watching boats go by. It felt very Mediterranean! Immediately below the villa - accessible only by foot or boat - is one of the best beaches on the island with clear water and wonderful swimming, even in September when I visited. Since I love to hike, I was also glad to discover that there were the ruins of a couple of medieval monasteries on the mountain slopes nearby as well as the famous apocalyptic dragon cave. And all this only a short drive over a scenic unpaved road from the tourist center of Bol, for groceries, museums, sight-seeing, dining, mixing with people. I visited during wine-making season and the only other people I saw were a few neighbors coming to their vineyards to pick the grapes and a single small boat of young people that pulled up to the beach below the villa for a swim. Few cars went by, it was very quiet. This would be a wonderful place for an individual, couple, or family and friends to spend quality time from april or May through October depending on what you are looking for. Spring: flowers, hiking, sight-seeing, some dramatic weather, perhaps, to be viewed from your covered patio Summer: eating,drinking, swimming, making music and relaxing with friends I guess the beach would be pretty popular Fall, swimming, hiking, sight-seeing, grilling, watching the wine-making . . .J.Hurd, stayed in villa in September 2010.

This is one of my newest favorite places: a secluded stone villa set off the road amidst rolling vineyards sloping to the glittering adriatic, and backed up to the great limestone mass of the mountain Vidova Gora. The small villa is first-rate, with craftsman-quality stonework, tile work, and best quality appliances throughout. The large covered patio looks over a small vineyard to the narrow channel between the islands of Brac and Hvar, and features a massive wooden table, sink and large stone grill. I loved sitting there in the shade sipping a local rakija, eating figs, and watching boats go by. It felt very Mediterranean! Immediately below the villa - accessible only by foot or boat - is one of the best beaches on the island with clear water and wonderful swimming, even in September when I visited. Since I love to hike, I was also glad to discover that there were the ruins of a couple of medieval monasteries on the mountain slopes nearby as well as the famous apocalyptic dragon cave. And all this only a short drive over a scenic unpaved road from the tourist center of Bol, for groceries, museums, sight-seeing, dining, mixing with people. I visited during wine-making season and the only other people I saw were a few neighbors coming to their vineyards to pick the grapes and a single small boat of young people that pulled up to the beach below the villa for a swim. Few cars went by, it was very quiet. This would be a wonderful place for an individual, couple, or family and friends to spend quality time from april or May through October depending on what you are looking for. Spring: flowers, hiking, sight-seeing, some dramatic weather, perhaps, to be viewed from your covered patio Summer: eating,drinking, swimming, making music and relaxing with friends I guess the beach would be pretty popular Fall, swimming, hiking, sight-seeing, grilling, watching the wine-making . . .

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Location

This villa is:

2km from the nearest bar 15km from the nearest restaurant 15km from the nearest supermarket 25km from brac airport 7km from bol 5km from murvica 20km from blaca desert and monastery

Local activities

Boat hire 15km Sports center 15km Tennis 15km

Sights and attractions

Historic site 15km Museum 15km Shopping 15km Theatre 15km Zoo 45km Cinema 15km

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Outside this villa in Brac, Croatia
This villa is in the countryside and in a quiet area near the beach and mountains. It has a balcony, a barbecue, a garden and a sea view. Car hire is necessary as the renter will need a car to get about for shopping, eating out and the beach; however parking is not available.

Prices and availability

Updated 1 December 2016

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Changeover days and minimum stays

  • 1 October 2016 - 30 June 2017: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
  • 1 July - 31 August 2017: changeover day is Saturday, bookings must be for whole weeks only and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
  • 1 September 2017 - 30 June 2018: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
  • 1 July - 31 August 2018: changeover day is Saturday, bookings must be for whole weeks only and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
  • 1 September 2018 - 30 June 2019: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
  • 1 July - 31 August 2019: changeover day is Saturday, bookings must be for whole weeks only and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
  • 1 September 2019 - 31 May 2020: the minimum stay is 3 nights.

Compulsory extras

  • Damage deposit (returnable on the date of departure)

    £337.58 per booking, paid locally

Facilities

Bedrooms

3 bedrooms, Sleeps 5:

  • 1 double bed
  • 1 double bed
  • 2 single beds

Bathrooms

1 bathroom

Entertainment

DVD/Blu-ray player, TV Languages in Local

General

Living area seats 6, Dining area seats 6, Open fire, Hair dryer, Iron / board, Towels / linen, Washing machine, Car hire essential

Kitchen

Cutlery, Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Glassware, Kettle, Microwave, Oven, Pots / pans, Toaster

Outside

Balcony or terrace, Barbecue, Private garden, Sea view

Suitable for

Infants

Extra information

mountain views, island views, vineyards

Ljiljana

Average rating from 6 reviews

Property Manager From Milna Ot. Brac, Croatia Member since Feb 2008

Past bookings: 46 bookings

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