Stoja's place was very nice and clean, well and modernly equipped, as advertised. We were pleasantly surprised to find a bowl of fruits and a bottle of wine on our arrival. She also served us with cookies the following days. The location is very peaceful and quiet, and at the same time close to the main road that leads to the border. There is a small grocery store in the village and they accept credit cards, so it comes very handy for a quick snack. It was very hot outside during our stay, but the AC did a very good job at keeping the room at comfortable levels.
Unfortunately, despite our repeated efforts, the wifi did not work at all during the 3 days of our stay. The signal was too weak. We were relying on the wifi to plan our visits/parkings in the Dubrovnik area, each day in advance. At first the host said she didn't know what's wrong, citing technical issues on ISP side. Then, on the following days, she said that the wifi should work anyway. We used 3 different, properly working devices in our attempts, with no luck. We were expecting the host to do a little investigation of the issue (for example, to check connectivity in our room with a device of her own), but she didn't.
However, in the end, we looked at the positive side of things, having no internet access gave us more time for ourselves, to get more rest and to enjoy the quiet, scenic evenings on the outside terrace. Some houses still have war traces on them. It was a freshly written page of history, right in front of us. It also reminded us always to be grateful for the little things in life. There is almost no light pollution and many stars are clearly visible. We also had the chance to witness a partial moon eclipse.
Regarding the location, it should be noted that the border queue from Bosnia towards Croatia was very long (tens of cars constantly, each car spent around two minutes to pass through the two checkpoints), so we had to spend around two hours daily there. For an unkown reason the Croatian border officer did not let us pass the border by foot, when we attempted to do so. He asked where our car was and we told him we had parked it down the road, where all the other cars were, in order to avoid the long queue. He suddenly got angry and ordered us to get the car back along with us. However, he let others pass by foot easily. So maybe we were just unlucky and caught him in a bad mood. Either way, it's best to avoid passing the border by car.
All in all, despite the unexpected, I can say it was a good stay. Stoja is a nice, polite, good willing person, perhaps not too involved into technical matters, and we may come back in the future.