About this listing
I have three apartments at the same address. Click on my profile to see them.
Apartment 3 is located in the middle of the old city, close to the beaches, the ancient port, shops, bars and restaurants. It has a kitchen, air conditioning, double-glazed windows.
The inconvenient thing about this apartment is that its bathroom is not accessible directly from the room or the livingroom/kitchen area, but one has to make three steps through the (semi)public hallway to get to it.
Ana's Apartments are located in the heart of the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik, in an ancient stone building dating from the middle ages. The apartments are next door to the prominent Sponza palace and St. Nicholas church, which is dating back to the 11th century. Dubrovnik's main city square is located mere 50 meters away from our front door. The nearest beach is some 400 meters away, and the old port, from which boats for the island of Lokrum leave hourly, is only 100 meters far.
Once you step out of the apartment you are in the middle of the bustling city (no cars, though), with restaurants and bars, shops and terraces. But there is no noise in the apartment; we have installed the AC and double-glazed windows.
Interaction with guests
We do not live at the same location, and therefore it may happen that we only see you at the point of your arrival. This is the reason why ask for you to tell us your hour of arrival, or to text or phone us one hour before. At the arrival we take your information (for registration with the authorities), take care of the remnant of the bill, and give you the keys. At your departure you can simply leave the key at the apartment (we will explain the details).
We are located in the middle of the Old City of Dubrovnik, in the house that's been in our family for three generations. The stone streets are filled with bars and restaurants, shops and terraces. Right next door is a church from the 11th century, and a palace from the 16th century. (The house itself withstood the earthquake of 1667.) The ancient port is 200 meters away, the main square less than 100, the Dominican Monastery/Museum 50 meters. You are truly in the middle of the city.
You can take city buses from the western gate to the Old City (called Pile) to go around the new(ish) part of the city. But right from the ancient port you can take boats to various islands. The cable car is also walking distance, taking you to the fortress Imperial, built by Napoleon 200 years ago.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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