Villa Anastasia, located next to the very walls of the ancient city of Dubrovnik, is decorated in a luxurious and warm style in cooperation with designer studio Domus Nobilis. Bounded by old stone walls and equipped with antique furniture with classic lines, Villa Anastasia will offer you relaxation in a pleasant interior with a view of the sparkling ocean as well as the ancient city walls. To help you make the most of your vacation and focus on the fun things, a housekeeper will visit daily and is included in the cost of the villa, which caters for a maximum of seven people.
Villa Anastasia consists of a dining room, living room, kitchen and a study on the ground floor, while on the first floor two spacious suites are available: the Eva Executive Suite and Franka Senior Suite. At the very top of the villa, youll find the Patricia Deluxe Suite which gives you access to an unrivalled viewpoint of the striking, ancient city below.
The kitchen in the property is well thought-out and bright. Even if youre not the greatest chef in the world, youll at least have all the utensils and equipment you need to give every meal your best shot. The dcor in Villa Anastasia is an alluring mix of modern and traditional. The stone walls and beams exude a traditional feel while the en-suite bathrooms are more contemporary and modern.
There will be no arguments over who gets which bedroom at the Villa Anastasia as all three are en-suite with an outdoor hot tub and ocean views. If youd still like more, then you wont be disappointed; theres Wi-Fi, soundproofing and air conditioning in each room as well. With facilities this good, you may never want to leave your bedroom to explore whats on offer in the local area.
Since 1979 the City of Dubrovnik has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are plenty of historic buildings and cultural events you can visit. The nearby beaches Banje and Buza are a good choice when you just want to do nothing but listen to the ocean gently soothing your cares away. Give Dubrovnik and the Villa Anastasia a try, and open your eyes to a Croatian vacation that will live long in your heart.
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Bedroom / Bathroom Description
Bedroom 1 - Franka King size bed, En-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub, Outdoor hot tub, Air conditioning, Kitchen, Lounge area, Fan, TV, DVD player, Soundproofing, Wi-Fi access, Safe, Telephone, Hair dryer, Ocean view
Bedroom 2 - Eva King size bed, En-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub, Outdoor hot tub, Air conditioning, Kitchen, Lounge area, Fan, TV, DVD player, Soundproofing, Wi-Fi access, Safe, Telephone, Hair dryer, Ocean view
Bedroom 3 - PatriciaKing size bed, Single bed upon request, En-suite bathroom with bathtub, Outdoor hot tub, Air conditioning, Kitchen, Lounge area, Fan, TV, DVD player, Soundproofing, Wi-Fi access, Safe, Telephone, Toiletries, Hair dryer, Ocean view, Balcony
Dining room with piano
Heated jetted bathtub
Mediterranean outdoor living
Ocean, garden and city view
Staff Services Included:
Daily towel change
Linen change every 3 days
At Extra Cost advance notice may be required:
Activities and excursions
Maximum 7 guests
Pets not permitted
Social events accepted
1 minute walk to:
Old city entrance Pile gate
Historical center of Dubrovnik
2 minute walk to grocery store and city center Stradun street
3 minute walk to fitness facility at Hilton hotel
5 minute drive to healthcare facility
15 minute drive to Gruz port
20 minute drive to airport Cilipi
10 minute walk to Banje beach
5 minute walk to Buza beach
On the very south of Croatia, an important cultural, historical and tourist centre the City of Dubrovnik is located. It was founded before the 7th century, and since 1979 the City of Dubrovnik has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
With its rich cultural and natural beauties this medieval city has been attracting numerous tourists for centuries. Gourmets and nature-lovers will be thrilled by Mediterranean cuisine, as well as the surrounding islands and national parks close by.
Traditional Dubrovnik Summer Festival has been taking place for more than 50 years and it is especially attractive for tourists, so it is no surprise that it is taking place precisely in July and August.
Except for summer events, Dubrovnik is a city with a rich cultural and tourist offer throughout the year, the Feast of St. Blaise and the carnival, which are held in February, are only one in a series of events outside the summer season.