S. Peczak, Poland
Villa Stolovni is a unique and superb place to spent your holiday far from city noise, traffic and crowded places. The house with suroundings - olive trees and grape viniard is located on the hill with a magnificent view on the sea. You can enjoy private swimming pool, tennis court as well as comfortable summer kitchen and tarrace with magnificent view. The house has been built with good taste and planned very well. You can find many amnenities, things you need during your holiday just there or you can ask for an assistance and all will be delivered to you. The location is also very convenient: quite far from main road, 15 min driving from a beach, a good place for 1 day trip to Dubrovnik. Overall I really recomend this place and I am sure you will not be disappointed what you see there. There is only one disadvantage - one day when your holiday is ended you have to leave this place...and it is sad. The rest is just perfect exparience and adventure !
Kiran Bhogal (2)
Fantastic vila with superb views, peaceful private
Date of Stay: Aug 2013
"I stayed here for a week with my family. Altogether there were 8 adults and 5 children, so this villa was perfect as it housed us all comfortably.
It was clean, nicely furnished and all the rooms had sea views.
We spent most our time in the summer kitchen, where we could enjoy the spectacular views and beautiful sunsets, as well as being able to keep an eye on the children while they swam or played in the playground.
Having a car is a must, and allowed us to explore the town, the local beaches and some of the islands at ease.
The Deak Family and the staff at Bonaca were very welcoming and hospitable, always available to advise or arrange excursions if required. They made us a wonderful lunch, gave us their plum brandy and cherries in brandy, which were delicious, and gift bags! Thanks guys!
Our week passed too quickly and we were sad to leave ....
I would definitely recommend large groups or families to stay at this villa."
John T. G. Walker
The villa location is fantastic - well away from the crowds of major sites but still day-trippable: Dubrovnik (1.5 hrs but watch out for border crossing to/from Bosnia), Split (2 hrs), Mostar (1 hr, but border again). The villa is isolated enough to give one a sense of wonderful privacy - the vista from the patio overlooks rolling hills with vineyards and olive groves descending to the Adriatic, with islands and the Peljesac peninsula dotting the azure water. Shops and restaurants are 15-30 min drive, and there is also local sightseeing for half-days out (Ston, Roman museum in Vid, Neretva delta, Mt peak Sveti Jure, Makarska beaches, etc. Note that there is nothing in walking distance (except pretty walks and the Rizman vineyard).
The villa itself is great - even better than we expected from the photos and floorplans. Recently renovated, bedrooms and bathrooms comfortable and immaculate. A wonderful integration of the indoors and outdoors, with various terraces where small groups can gather, a big dining table with patio doors opening out onto the beautiful view, and a fantastic outdoor kitchen and dining area overlooking the pool where we spent all our time.
Marijana and the Deak family made us feel very welcome. Wine and a lovely cake on arrival, a kind thank-you on departure. A mobile for our use with Marijana on speed-dial if needed (helpful when we wanted advice on a local restaurant).