Villa with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and private pool in Kloštar, Croatia
From £1,762 per week
Villa to rent in Kloštar, Croatia
Villa Klosta is a beautiful traditional Istrian stone house built in 1757 and completely renovated in 2012. The house is situated in picturesque village.
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Villa overview - owner's description
Villa Klosta is a beautiful traditional Istrian stone house built in 1757 and completely renovated in 2012. The house is situated in picturesque village, just a few minutes walk from the gorgeous Limi Valley that separates the ancient Roman regions of Pula and Porec.
Comprised of two separate buildings, Villa Klosta offers plenty of privacy and comfort in peaceful surroundings. The swimming pool is a stylish centerpiece to the grounds, and there are several outdoor seating areas to sunbathe or dine al-fresco; preparing food on the outdoor stone barbecue.
Villa Klosta consists of two fully equipped houses connected with a covered terrace which together accommodate up to 8+2 persons. The houses consist of ground (connected kitchen and dining area, living area) and first floor (2 twin and 2 double bedrooms). The outdoor area includes a private pool with sun lounges and solar shower, BBQ build in stone, covered terrace with furniture and uncovered parking place nearby the property.
Located on the western coast of Istria, in the in a tiny rural village, villa Klosta offers a tranquil holiday experience in rural atmosphere. The nearest grocery store, bakery, ambulance, doctor, bank, fish market and beach can be found in Vrsar, at 8,5 km distance from the villa.
The house is placed at only 5 km distance from the famous Lim valley.The Lim valley (Limska draga or Limska dolina) is the 35 km long valley of the river Pazincica, which transforms into the Lim Channel (Limski kanal), a 10 kilometers long estuary. Estuaries and coastal waters are among the most productive ecosystems on Earth, providing ecological, economic, cultural, and aesthetic benefits. The estuary is sometimes called a fjord.
The area around the channel has been inhabited since the Neolithic era. These early settlers burrowed into caves along the valley which have been excavated to reveal remnants of their former occupants. Ancient Illyrians then moved in and settled around the hill-fort of Gradina. Under the Romans, the channel formed the border between the administrative units of Porec and Pula. The name lim is derived from the Latin limes for border.
According to legend, St Romuald, founder of a nearby monastery inhabited one of the ancient caves for several years in the 11th century. The 105m long St Romuald's cave is open for visits in the summer. Fishing in the Lim Channel has always been excellent. Now the natural species have been augmented by farmed mussels and oysters which are on offer in two excellent restaurants on the channel.
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Updated 15 February 2019
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 16 February 2019 - 15 February 2022: changeover day is Saturday and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£875.96 per booking, paid locally
4 bedrooms, Sleeps 8
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