Villa with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in Tivat, Montenegro
From £1,175 per week
Villa to rent in Tivat, Montenegro
Just a short drive from the pretty town of Herceg Novi, Villa Mihovila enjoys lovely views over the waters of the Bay of Kotor.
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Villa overview - owner's description
Just a short drive from the pretty town of Herceg Novi, Villa Mihovila enjoys lovely views over the waters of the Bay of Kotor. This beautiful and easily accessible region provides a fine introduction to Montenegro, while those returning can look forward to discovering more charming villages and vast areas of mountainous countryside. With a large private pool and terrace, this three-bedroom villa makes a great base for your adventures.
This secluded villa enjoys a tranquil setting, with open and covered terraces allowing you time in the shade or in the sun. There's a convivial feel to the space, with plenty of garden furniture, and a barbecue for outdoor dining. The private swimming pool is impressively proportioned at 5mx9m, and offers easy access via its Roman steps. Vines and olive trees take care of that Mediterranean feel in the attractive gardens.
The house itself makes the most of the beautiful outlook, with the main living areas positioned on the upper floor for a superior sea view. Each floor has a separate entrance and is also connected via interior stairs. Plenty of seating and a dining area are complemented by a well-equipped kitchen. You have entertainment on tap courtesy of cable television and DVD, a music system and Wi-Fi. An upper terrace makes the perfect place to appreciate your surroundings.
Three double bedrooms are spread across two floors. One is on the upper floor, along with a family bathroom. On the ground floor, you have a double with en-suite, and a final double which can also be used as a twin. This floor has a family bathroom too. The addition of two sofa-beds, if required, brings Villa Mihovila's total capacity to eight guests.
All the delights of the Bay of Kotor are within reasonable driving distance, although Herceg Novi is such an appealing town that you may not feel the need to go further. Its idyllic harbour and Old Town are just along the coast from the beaches of Meljine, its smaller neighbour. Other highlights of the region include Kotor itself, a magnificently handsome town full of history and, just beyond, the majestic, mountainous national park that is Lovcen.
Villa can be found high up on the mountains of Herceg Novi, ensuring a peaceful & serene stay. There are 3-bedrooms, which are able to accommodate 8-guests comfortably.
- Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with double bed & twin bed
- Communal bathroom
- Double bedroom, with sofa bed
- Communal bathroom
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Utility room
- Private swimming pool, with Roman steps access (9mx5m)
- Lawn area
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Private Parking
- Sun loungers
- CD Player
- Wi-Fi internet
The Bay of Kotor is a true jewel in the Montenegrin crown. A region of pretty little harbours and mountainous backdrops, it's about as idyllic as it gets, making a drive around the coast a thing of beauty. Along the way, there are more than a few fine places to stop.
The town of Tivat is Montenegro's answer to Monaco – visit the yacht-filled Porto Montenegro marina and the glamour will be evident. The town's Big City Park is a green oasis where you can relax, while the pretty village of Gornja Lastva, high up in the hills overlooking the bay, is well worth a visit too. Each summer, there's an open-air jazz concert under the light of a full moon.
On the River Skurda, the fortified old town of Kotor is around 11km from Tivat and certainly a must-see. Many tourists realise this, so it may well be packed during the day, especially at the height of summer – you may notice the huge cruise ships moored near the Old Town. The best time to be there is from late afternoon onwards, when the crowds thin out and you can admire its narrow little streets and charming squares. The town is also known for its many street cats, and even has a Cat Museum in their honour.
Down the coast, you will find Montenegro's No.1 tourist destination, Budva. As well as a strong nightlife and bar scene, Budva has a charming Old Town of its own. It may be hard to believe that much of it was devastated in a catastrophic earthquake in 1979 – an event which hit the whole of the coast of Montenegro. These days, Budva is perhaps most famous for its beaches, which motivate many to visit the town.
Montenegro has much to enjoy inland too, much of it wonderfully scenic. Lipa Cave and the magnificent Lovcen National Park are among its treasures, the latter stretching up to the fringes of Kotor. On its eastern side lies the former capital, Cetinje – a quiet, cultural hub of old royal palaces and pretty parks.
Some consider the modern-day capital, Podgorica, around 40 minutes east, to be less of a visitor must-see, but ignore the dull rep and try it for yourself. With a huge vineyard and the Skadar Lakes National Park on its doorstep, there's plenty to see, while kids (and adults) will love the treetop adventures at Gorica Forest Park.
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Updated 28 July 2021
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 18 September 2021 - 28 January 2023: changeover day is Saturday and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£853.77 per booking, paid locally
3 bedrooms, Sleeps 8
DVD/Blu-ray player, Satellite / cable
Air conditioning, Central heating, Open fire
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