We stayed 13 nights in Lumbarda/Korkula Island, which was, restrospectively, a bit too long to stay in the village, and this apartment. This is a short-term apartment: it's not great for longer.
Zeljko and his family were lovely and very helpful. Zeljko picked us up from the ferry and answered any questions we had about the apartment or the island. We were greeted with a quick wine tasting from their cellar (the family own vineyards). We were also taken on a little boat trip, at the end of our stay, which was very nice. His parents were also lovely and helpful. His mother came into the apartment regularly to take out the bins, bring towels and toilet roll, and change the sheets.
There were a couple of complaints that we had with the apartment, which they tried to sort out. However, for example, the fridge-freezer was very, very old and the door kept sticking when we tried to open it. One day it wouldn't open and the handle came off when we tried to pull it open. We had to pay for 300 kuna (£35/41€) for this to be repaired despite the fridge-freezer being VERY old and not working properly! While, of course, we were happy to contribute to a repair since the handle did come off when we tried to prise the door open, we also think the owner should take responsibility to ensure that the facilities work and are up-to-date. As such, we think that the repair price was excessive since it was not entirely our fault.
The apartment itself is a good size for two people, and has a small balcony, but is basic and needs updating. It's probably better suited to short stays and for people who do not want to do a lot of cooking or washing (kitchen is basic with not that many utensils and there wasn't a washing machine; however, there are also not that many decent restaurants in Lumbarda: there are loads in Korcula Old Town). The apartment is very central and thus very easy to get to everything: 2 mins walk to the centre, 5 mins to the supermarket and the fruit and veg market, 5 mins to a pebble beach, 10 mins to a small sandy beach and the delicious Pizza Torkul restaurant, and 15 mins from the famous, sandy, Bilin Zal beach. However, the proximity to the centre, and to the surprisingly noisy main road, does mean that things can get very noisy (day and night). We were there in August and there was live music on, practically, every night, so bring some ear plugs!
There's a bus, every hour, which takes you to Korcula Old Town (takes 15 mins) but the last bus back is quite early, so take that into consideration when going in the evening.
Overall, this is not the best place to stay for a long time but it's a no frills, central accommodation for people who want to explore Lumbarda for a few days.