Herceg Novi Villa Rental Photos and Description
Stone house in a delightfully restored hamlet, with pool, wellness centre, café
Lucici Village is an absolutely wonderful place – the restoration of an entire ruined hamlet only 4km from the sea, but already in the gently sloping foothills of Mount Orien. The village offers a view like no other, where the verdant hills tumble down into the sparking blue entrance of the Bay of Kotor. Meticulous effort has been taken to rebuild the houses in the authentic style, using local materials and traditional techniques. The result captures the essence of the Mediterranean in times gone by and makes for a perfectly idyllic holiday spot.
In the heart of the village, the main swimming pool has an infinity edge with fantastic views down the valley to the open mouth of the Bay of Kotor. Next to the pool are the café and wellness centre. If the setting is not relaxing enough, perhaps the sauna, steam room or a massage treatment will do the trick.
Just 4km from the bustling resort town of Herceg Novi and less than 30 minutes drive from Dubrovnik airport, getting to Lucici Village could not be easier. The location makes for the perfect base from which to explore the Montenegro coast, though with the views, atmosphere and facilities at Lucici Village, you may not want to leave at all.
Rosemary Cottage consists of a two-storey main house with a single-storey annex. In the main house, the ground floor features an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, with a handsome interior staircase providing access to an upper living area, bedroom and bathroom. The annex includes an additional bedroom, dressing room and en-suite shower room. All the main rooms are air-conditioned. There is a substantial vine-covered terrace off the first floor, perfect for al-fresco dining and keeping an eye on which boats are entering the Bay.
Details for Rosemary Cottage 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, 2 Bathrooms
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- suitable for elderly or infirm
About Jack Brown
I’ve worked in the travel industry for a few years now and have been living in Herceg Novi, Montenegro for the past 12 months. My favourite properties are the ones high in the hills, in secluded locations with great views of the sea.
Jack Brown purchased this villa in 2012
Why Jack Brown chose Herceg Novi
It is an original stone building with a cosy feeling living area and in a secluded location about Nerceg Novi.
What makes this villa unique
It is high in the hills giving it stunning views and has access to the Lucici Village Wellness Centre with a jacuzzi, steam room and cafe along side the stunning infinity pool.