Kobarid Accommodations

Accommodations in Kobarid

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    The SpaceMaharač A very lovely vacation in one of the most beautiful places in Europe. This is what we offer. You will feel directly at home in the comfortable, large, stylish apartments which are a perfect starting point for an active and relaxing holiday. Maharac is situated in a quiet location in Kamno village on the sunny side of the mountains. The beaches on the famous Soca-river are 300 meters away and the Julian Alps with the Triglav National Park start at the back of the village. The towns Kobarid and Tolmin with their restaurants, shops, museums and bars are a 10-15 minute drive away. It is an excellent spot for families, hikers, nature lovers, kayakers, rafters, outdoor enthusiasts, para-gliders, fishermen, motorcyclists and winter sportersmen. children can play safely and you can also relax in the sun and read a book... The apartments are named after the local mountains; Kolovrat (bottom-floor), Matajur (middle-floor) and Krn (the loft). There are several terraces and balconies guaranteeing the privacy for each apartment. Outside there is a 1000m2 garden with a large covered stylish barbeque which is perfect for nice, cozy evenings. We have developed Maharac over the last 8 years completely. Each apartment now has a heating system, washing machine, satellite-TV, DVD-player, coffee machine, microwave etc; Kolovrat and Matajur also have a dishwasher. Sheets, blankets, towels, washing powder are available. We have invested in good comfortable beds. For larger groups or family reunions you can rent more apartments. Kolovrat has an extra large dining table for seating more up to 10 people. There is a storage for bicycles, a drying-room for wetsuits and fishing-gear and for all apartments a deep-fridge and a dryer. In Kamno village there is a (weekend) bar, managed by the members of the local sport club, for enthusiasts open till late at night. There is a sport field, a jeu de boulle track and a basketball court. Local villagers and farmers in Kamno are selling cheese, yogurt, honey and other ecological local products. Apartment Kolovrat, down floor, 90 m2, 2-6 people, entrance at the frontside with own covered terrace. Two bedrooms, one with queen-size bed, one with bunkbed ( 140 + 90 cm wide) and a bedcouch in the livingroom. Good equipped kitchen, dining table for 6-10 persons, bathroom with shower, washing machine, separate toilet Separate living room with TV and seating for 6-8 people A private covered terrace with garden furniture.
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    The SpaceROOM 102 - Number of bed 1 (double bed), suitable for 1 or 2 persons - Toilet and shower bathroom equipped with hairdryer - Refrigerator - Air conditioning - LED TV (36") satellite or domestic programs or RADIO - Internet or WiFi - Balcony 4m2 with table and chairs - Desk and mirror - Parking place - No kitchen Guest AccessWiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks The NeighborhoodMuseum of the first world war 10m , restaurants 100m, pizzeria 50m, market 30m, shops 60m Other Things to NoteTourist tax not included in price.
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    The SpaceSoca Valley Berg Haus, with its stunning views of the Julian Alps, boasts 4 double bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a huge terrace and an alpine meadow which surrounds the house on three sides. The stone farmhouse rests on a platuea, halfway up the mountain Matujur, and has an panaromic view of the Julian Alps, with the Mount Krn in the foreground. Its surrounded on three sides with alpine meadows which in the summer months are filled with flowers and the neighbours extremely friendly pigmy goats. The farmhouse dates from the early 19th century and has been restored with many of the original features, such as the pointed stone walls being kept whilist adding all the comforts one would expect today, including high quality linens and cooking equipment. The house sleeps 10 people in 4 bedrooms: 2 doubles, 1 double with sofa bed; and 1 twin room. All the double rooms are en-suite and the master bedroom also has its own private balcony. Guest AccessThe guests will have access to the whole house, with the exception of the garage under the terrace. Interaction with GuestsI will meet with the guests when they first arrive to show them the house and answer and questions they might have about the area etc. In the case, where I'm not able to meet the guests upon arrival, there is a key safe at the house. I live in nearby Kobarid so can easily visit if they have any problems with the house or need anything that wasn't provided. The NeighborhoodThe house is located in the hamlet of Golobi, halfway up the mountain Matujur, just before the village of Livek. There are numerous walks which can be done right from the house; from a gentle stroll through the alpiine meadows and pastures that surround the house, to a more challenging walk to the top of Matujur or down to Kobarid. If you enjoy mountain biking there is a mountain bike park 5 minutes away and there are no ends of moutiain bike trails that criss cross Matajur. It is also possible to cycle all the way down to the coast along the mountain ridge which starts in Livek and continues to to Trieste. The entire area surrounding the house was part of the Italian trench network in World War 1 and its not unusal to still find relics from this time. If you are really interested in the history of this time, my neightbours run a small musuem dedicated to the history of World War 1 and have many artifacts from this time, they have found over the years. The Italian border is a 5 minute drive away and its possible to drive down to Italy from Livek to the Natistone River for afternoon swimming and gelato in the town of San Pietro de Natistone. There are also two many too count fantatic restaurants over that way. The nearest grocery stores are in Kobarid (10 minutes), Tolmin (20 minutes) or Cividale del Fruli (20 minutes). However, there is a grocery bus, which carries a surprisingly large range of products which visits every day but Sunday. And, local farmers often drop by selling their fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, wines and olive oil. Outdoor Activities in the Soca Valley The Soca Valley is a nature lovers paradise..... Outdoor Activities Hiking - Triglav National Park borders the village on two sides and there are a number of hikes, ranging from easy to difficult which can be done right from town. The Walk of Peace also runs through the village and from this trail you can walk up to Bovec or down to Tolmin. The tourist office has complete list of the hundreds of walks possible in the area. Swimming - locals like to head to the "beach" on the Najda River which is warmed by natural hot springs with supposed healing qualities. Its 5km outside of town on the road to Italy and there is a great bar serving food and drinks. For the brave, its possible to swim in the Soca just past the Napoleon Bridge. A bit furher a field, the best swimming spot on the Soca can be found down valley in the pretty village of Kanal. The River is very shallow on the banks here so it is a suitable place to take children. There is also an excellent bakery/cafe here. For proper swimming there is an aqua park in Bovec and another one in Lake Bohinj. Rafting/Kayaking - The Soca River is one of two rivers in Slovenia where rafting is permitted. This river has played host to the kayaking world championship several times. There are numerous companies offering guided trips on the river. Some rafting tours are suitable for small children. Fishing - The Soca River is world renowned for its fly fishing. But, permits are expensive and guides are recommended to find the best locations for the fish. Paragliding - The Soca Valley has idyllic weather conditions for this sport and there are a number of take-off points in the valley, including Stol which overlooks Kobarid. There is a regular taxi service available to take you to the sites. Canyoning - For the adventurous canyoning trips can be taken. But, they are not for the faint hearted as there are lots of jumping into rivers from high ledges. Horseback Riding - there are several stables in the area to rent horses with a guide. Mountain Biking - many of the trails are open to mountain bikes and range from the gentle to the extreme. Getting AroundA car is essential for staying at this house, as the bus to Livek only comes a few times a day. Other Things to NoteThere is parking at the house for at least 4 cars, if not more. However, the road up to the house is very narrow, so it is not possible to drive larger vans such as a Citreon Jumper to the house. If you have such a vehicle its possible to park the van on the street and walk up to the house (1 minute). The prices do not include the local tourist tax which costs €1 per person / day over the age of sixteen.
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    The SpaceThe 2 bedroom apartment situated in the Kamno village in Soča valley, 2 minutes walking distance from the river Soča. Apartment includes two double bed bedroom, bath room, big kitchen, living room with special double bed (sofa) if necessary. Other Things to NoteFrom 15. June to 31. June - minimum 2 nights stay From 1. July to 31. August- minimum 7 nights stay From 1. September to 30. september - minimum 2 nights stay
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    The SpaceMaharač apartments A very lovely vacation in one of the most beautiful places in Europe. This is what we offer. You will feel directly at home in the comfortable, large, stylish apartments which are a perfect starting point for an active and relaxing holiday. Maharac is situated in a quiet location in Kamno village on the sunny side of the mountains. The beaches on the famous Soca-river are 300 meters away and the Julian Alps with the Triglav National Park start at the back of the village. The towns Kobarid and Tolmin with their restaurants, shops, museums and bars are a 10-15 minute drive away. It is an excellent spot for families, hikers, nature lovers, kayakers, rafters, outdoor enthusiasts, para-gliders, fishermen, motorcyclists and winter sportersmen. children can play safely and you can also relax in the sun and read a book... The apartments are named after the local mountains; Kolovrat (bottom-floor), Matajur (middle-floor) and Krn (the loft). There are several terraces and balconies guaranteeing the privacy for each apartment. Outside there is a 1000m2 garden with a large covered stylish barbeque which is perfect for nice, cozy evenings. We have developed Maharac over the last 8 years completely. Each apartment now has a heating system, washing machine, satellite-TV, DVD-player, coffee machine, microwave etc; Kolovrat and Matajur also have a dishwasher. Sheets, blankets, towels, washing powder are available. We have invested in good comfortable beds. For larger groups or family reunions you can rent more apartments. Kolovrat has an extra large dining table for seating more up to 10 people. There is a storage for bicycles, a drying-room for wetsuits and fishing-gear and for all apartments a deep-fridge and a dryer. In Kamno village there is a (weekend) bar, managed by the members of the local sport club, for enthusiasts open till late at night. There is a sport field, a jeu de boulle track and a basketball court. Local villagers and farmers in Kamno are selling cheese, yogurt, honey and other ecological local products.
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    The SpaceHemingway House Holiday Apartments is a 19th century townhouse right in the centre of Kobarid which has been converted into 5 unique self-catering apartments for the budget yet style conscious traveller. There is a very large free car parking place directly across the street from the house and another 4 free parking areas within a minutes walk of the house. I have left my own car there for years without any problems. The Apartments have all been named after Ernest Hemingway's wives and this spacious studio apartment (35sqm) has been named after his first wife Hadley. This apartment (35sqm) has double bed, which sits under the original doorway to the house, which I have partially bricked up. It features granite ledges for the window and bathroom sills and a ceiling with the original wooden beams exposed. There is also a single bed and an antique wardrobe and chester drawers for storing of clothes. The kitchen is larger than average and has tons of storage space. It has a 4 ring electric stove, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, toaster, kettle, Bodum French press and Bialetti coffee makers and cooking equipment and crockery for three people. There is also a set of plastic tableware for children or picnics. The dining room table seats three people and there is a wood burning stove. The room has an en-suite bathroom, which has plenty of storage space and mirrors and an electric towel rail. The apartment is located in the front of the house on the main floor and is access via the front door of the house. It has its own private and lockable door. Please note that the apartment is right on the road. The windows are double glazed and at night there is little traffic on the road. So, it isn't that noisy, particularly if you have the ceiling fan switched on. Small dogs are welcome in this apartment, for an additional €10 cleaning fee. Extras: Guests staying for more than 3 days can do laundry at a cost of €2/load. Breakfast is also available upon request at an added cost of €6/per person / per night. It consists of tea, coffee, hot milk, juice, fresh fruits, museli and corn flakes, yogurt, breads, meats, cheeses and a boiled egg. The breakfast can also be adapted to suit your (URL HIDDEN) apple juice vs. orange juice etc. I have tried to make this apartment a home away from home for guests and I wish you a very happy stay here in the Soca Valley. Guest AccessHemingway House has two terraces from which to admire the stunning mountain views visible from them. There is a large garden which has a BBQ and 2 picnic tables, as well as 3 sun loungers for you to relax on. And I've planted a herb garden and so guests can cook with fresh herbs. To the rear of the property is a large secure barn where you can store larger sports equipment, kayaks, paragliders, bicycles etc. On the top floor, I would be more than happy to dry out wet clothes (and even tents) on your behalf. Interaction with GuestsI live at the house and I've been told on more than one occassion that I'm a fount of knowledge about the local area and what can be done here. I have thoroughly explored my new homeland and the surrounding countries, particularly Italy, and I'm very happy to share my ideas of where to go etc with my guests. The NeighborhoodSightseeing around Kobarid Kobarid is ideally situated for exploring the Upper Part of the Soca Valley. There are endless possibilities of things to do if you enjoy nature and outdoor activities. There are also a number of local museums and World War I sites, which one can visit. Outdoor Activities Hiking - Triglav National Park borders the village on two sides and there are a number of hikes, ranging from easy to difficult which can be done right from town. The Walk of Peace also runs through the village and from this trail you can walk up to Bovec or down to Tolmin. The tourist office has complete list of the hundreds of walks possible in the area. Swimming - locals like to head to the "beach" on the Najda River which is warmed by natural hot springs with supposed healing qualities. Its 5km outside of town on the road to Italy and there is a great bar serving food and drinks. For the brave, its possible to swim in the Soca just past the Napoleon Bridge. A bit furher a field, the best swimming spot on the Soca can be found down valley in the pretty village of Kanal. The River is very shallow on the banks here so it is a suitable place to take children. There is also an excellent bakery/cafe here. For proper swimming there is an aqua park in Bovec and another one in Lake Bohinj. Rafting/Kayaking - The Soca River is one of two rivers in Slovenia where rafting is permitted. This river has played host to the kayaking world championship several times. There are numerous companies offering guided trips on the river. Some rafting tours are suitable for small children. Fishing - The Soca River is world renowned for its fly fishing. But, permits are expensive and guides are recommended to find the best locations for the fish. Paragliding - The Soca Valley has idyllic weather conditions for this sport and there are a number of take-off points in the valley, including Stol which overlooks Kobarid. There is a regular taxi service available to take you to the sites. Canyoning - For the adventurous canyoning trips can be taken. But, they are not for the faint hearted as there are lots of jumping into rivers from high ledges. Horseback Riding - there are several stables in the area to rent horses with a guide. Mountain Biking - many of the trails are open to mountain bikes and range from the gentle to the extreme. Museums in Town Kobarid Museum - is dedicated to the history of World War I in the Soca Valley. I found it fascinating and its a good way to spend a rainy day. Next door is a free exhibition on the Walk of Peace. Planika Cheese Factory - this is a popular tour for families and the free cheese at the end of the tour is a nice bonus. Wine Tasting In the nearby province of Fruili in Italy there are a hundreds of vineyards one can visit. But, I would recommend a trip to Goriza Brda to sample the local Slovenian wines, which are surprisingly good from here. The area is also spectacularly beautiful, with many quaint fortress villages. There are also many good restaurants. Casino's Gambling is legal in Slovenia. The Aurora Casino is located just outside of town and there are cabarets in the evening for those not interested gambling. Excursions Lake Bohinj / Bled - There is a car train from Most na Soci which takes 30 minutes to arrive at the scenic Lake Bohinj which is suitable for swimming. Bled is a further 20 minutes on the train and is considered the most beautiful spot in Slovenia. This makes for a wonderful day out. Trieste - the city itself is a matter of personal taste but there are some great beaches up the coast if you wish to go for a swim in the sea. Cividale de Fruili - is a charming medieval town a twenty minute drive from Kobarid. There is a fantastic flea market here on the 4th Sunday of the month. And there is a pastry shop in San Pietro de Navistone which is well worth visiting. Koper/Piran - it takes about 2 hours to drive down to the Slovenian coast on the motorway and it can often be crowded down there in the summer. But, Koper and Piran are beautiful places to visit. Skojan Caves / Lipica Horse Farm - On the way to the coast you can visit the Unesco World Heritage site, the Skojan Caves. The caves are amazing and there is a huge river that runs below them. Nearby is the Lipica Horse farm where the famous Lippazzaner Horses are bred. There ia good restaurant here and its possible to see the horses without entering the farm as many brood mares are in the paddocks just outside. Just don't forget to bring a bag of carrots or apples. Postonja Caves and Castle - These are the most famous caves in Slovenia and there is a train which takes you deep in the cave network. The caves are bigger than those at Skojan but I think less dramatic. They do music performances in the main cave in the summer. Nearby is the castle which has a museum. Ljubljana - the capital is well worth a visit. The river Sava runs through its small city centre and its banks are lined with cafes and restaurants. There is a castle on top of a hill which gives amazing views of the city and there are a number of interesting museums which one can visit. During the summer there are numerous free musical festivals taking place. Tourist Information on Slovenia For a more comprehensive information about what to see and do in Slovenia I can recommend an excellent site which has reviews and pictures of places to visit and things to do all over the country. Getting AroundThere are regular buses running up and down the Soca Valley daily as well as to the capital Ljubljana 3 times a day. However, to make the most of the area I would recommend visiting with a car. Unless, you like hiking...then its not necessary as there are no ends of beautiful hikes which can be done right from Kobarid. Other Things to NoteThe prices do not include the local tourist tax which costs €1.27 per adult and €0.63 per child (3 to 18). If you are planning to come for 7 nights or longer it is always worth it to write to me...I like to make special offers for my longer term guests.
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    The SpaceWe live in Slovenia, just 10 minutes drive from Tolmin. Our village Idrsko is situated in front Krn Mountain. We see take off Kobariski Stol from our terrace. The most popular take off Kobala is nearby. Next to the house there are meadows which are used as a landing area. Guest AccessOur budget accommodation provides four bedrooms (for 9 guests) and one apartment for 5 persons. This room has a double sofa and table. There is Wi-Fi Internet, washing machine, kitchen, fridge. This price includes tourist tax: 1,27 EUR per person per night. We also help to arrange parataxi to Kobala take off. The landing area is next to the house. Interaction with GuestsWe introduce to our guests Socha Valley attractions and share information about places worth to visit during the trip. There are many interesting hiking routes around: Krn Mountain, Tolmin gorges, Kozjak waterfall, lakes. The NeighborhoodThere is beautiful Socha river just 300 meters from home. The path goes to river among meadows with great panoramic view to the mountains. Getting AroundThe bus stop is 2 minutes walking. The train station is 20 minutes driving.
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    The SpaceWe live in Slovenia, just 10 minutes drive from Tolmin. Our village Idrsko is situated in front Krn Mountain. We see take off Kobariski Stol from our terrace. The most popular take off Kobala is nearby. Next to the house there are meadows which are used as a landing area. Guest AccessOur budget accommodation provides three bedrooms (for 7 guests). This room has a double bed, table. There is Wi-Fi Internet, washing machine, kitchen, fridge. This price includes tax: 1,27 EUR per person per night. We also help to arrange parataxi to Kobala take off. The landing area is next to the house. Interaction with GuestsWe introduce to our guests Socha Valley attractions and share information about places worth to visit during the trip. There are many interesting hiking routes around: Krn Mountain, Tolmin gorges, Kozjak waterfall, lakes. The NeighborhoodThere is beautiful Socha river just 300 meters from home. The path goes to river among meadows with great panoramic view to the mountains.
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    The Space Pri B'zjak house is 280 years old, has three bedrooms all with en-suite and a small court yard garden with scented fresh herbs. With its lime plaster frontage, linseed based paints, ornate French beds and beamed ceilings Pri B'zjak is full of charm, the house is beautifully finessed and exudes cobbled charm. Guest AccessAll 3 floors of the house and the back garden court yard. Interaction with GuestsI meet you on your arrival with the keys, very happy to answer any questions and show you around the house. The NeighborhoodPri B'zjak in the historic village of Kobarid sitting just 100 yards from the restaurant, the Kotlar and minutes from Hisa Franko, a restaurant which follows the fashionable 'slow food' movement in Slovenia, and 300 yards from the Soca river. Getting AroundThere is public transport, but a car would be handy Other Things to NoteIdeally located, the property is just two hours from Venice with Kobarid offering cafés, boutiques and a traditional village feel with its woollen, cheese and honey offerings.
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    The SpaceIn recently renovated old stoned culturally protected hosues you can get all the comfort. We offer goodies from the cellar or cook for you some traditional meal, if you want to experience. You can rent the whole house (from 60/75/90 euros per day) or only B&B (from 25 euros per day). We can accomodate 14+6 people. Guest Access- vegetable garden and all you can eat potatoe, salads and other vegetables - children equipment, such as safe archery, slime track etc... - baby equipment - BBQ - eggs - warm welcome dish - linen and towels - good advices what to do - river Nadiza nearby ... Interaction with GuestsWe are very open minded geographers and have travelled a lot. Since we have small kids, we can't do it so often anymore, but we are most happy to welcome " the world" here - at our farm. We love long talks in the evenings, making international dinner together, exchange stories and experiences... but we completely understans the need for privacy. The NeighborhoodIt is very remote and peaceful area. There used to be more than 250 people linig there, but now less then 10. During the Summers the place is visited by many people that like "different" - peaceful holidays far away from it all, but at the same time all the major attractions of Soca valley and Triglav National Park are within one hour of driving max. You can experience real country life with goats and sheeps around you, but still live in a comfort place. Getting AroundYou can only acess the place by a car or a van / small bus.
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      The SpaceROOM 202 - Number of bed 1 (double bed), suitable for 1 or 2 persons - Toilet and shower bathroom equipped with hairdryer - Refrigerator - Air conditioning - LED TV (36") satellite or domestic programs or RADIO - Internet or WiFi - Balcony 4m2 with table and chairs - Desk and mirror - Parking place - No kitchen Guest AccessWiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks The NeighborhoodMuseum of the first world war 10m , restaurants 100m, pizzeria 50m, market 30m, shops 60m Other Things to NoteTourist tax not included in price.
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      The SpaceTurist farm Žgan, apartments and rooms Mašera offer guests two rooms apartment 34m2 with balcony 4m2 with nice mountain view over Soča valley and garden view APARTMENT 204 (2+2) suitable for maximum 4 persons - Two rooms apartment, with one bedroom and living room with kitchen, suitable for 1, 2, 3 or 4 persons - Number of beds 2 (one double bed in a bedroom and one fold-out sofa in a living room) - Shower bathroom equipped with hairdryer, sink, mirror, toilet bowl and with one pair of towels for each. - Fully equipped kitchen for 4 persons - Glass ceramic hob and oven - Refrigerator with freezer - Dishwasher - Air conditioning in all rooms - LED TV (36 ") or radio receiver - Internet and WiFi - Balcony 4m2with table and chairs - Desk and mirror in the room - Parking place - Beautifull garden with apple, pear, cherry and peach trees wifi, garden Museum of the first world war, minimarket, piceria, restaurants, shops Tourist tax not included in price. Guest AccessWiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks The NeighborhoodMuseum of the first world war 10m , restaurants 100m, pizzeria 50m, market 30m, shops 60m Other Things to NoteTourist tax not included in price.
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      The SpaceAPARTMENT 104 (2+2) suitable for maximum 4 persons - Two rooms apartment, with one bedroom and living room with kitchen, suitable for 1, 2, 3 or 4 persons - Number of beds 2 (one double bed in a bedroom and one fold-out sofa in a living room) - Shower bathroom equipped with hairdryer, sink, mirror, toilet bowl and with one pair of towels for each. - Fully equipped kitchen for 4 persons - Glass ceramic hob and oven - Refrigerator with freezer - Dishwasher - Air conditioning in all rooms - LED TV (36 ") or radio receiver - Internet and WiFi - 17m2 terrace with table and chairs and 4m2 balcony - Desk and mirror in the room - Parking place - Beautifull garden with apple, pear, cherry and peach trees Guest AccessWiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks Interaction with GuestsNo present at the listning The NeighborhoodMuseum of the first world war 10m, mini makrket 20m, shops 60m, very calm area, pizeria 50m, restaurants 100m Getting AroundParking is including, from the airport is public transport or taxi, or you can call me for transport. Other Things to NoteTourist tax not included in price.
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      The SpaceRecently renovated old stoned stable. The building itself is culturally protected due to architecture uniques, as the whole village is. Perfect for couples and families with small kids or groups of friends. The house is bright and neatly decorated, with an upstairs gallery that sleeps 4 people (add. beds available upon request) and a downstairs living area that include a kitchen, a small living room and bathroom. Very spaceous place with outside garden. Guest AccessGuests have their own keys and 100% intimacy in the house. We can share the garden BBQ. The garden is also big enough not to have to close contacts or the opposite - depends what the guests like. Interaction with GuestsWe live in a farmhouse close to the house. We can provide some meals together if the guests like to learn some local cooking. We are also happy to show around. The NeighborhoodGreat excape from crazy rutine of everyday life. The time has stopped here few decades ago. No shops, no churches, no public watches. Many animals, local tavern, grass and trees. Nadiza river just few km away, so are all the major attractions of Triglav National Park or italian villages and cities in Friuli Venezia Giulia (like Cividale del Friuli, Udine, Venezia, Grado...). Getting AroundNo public transport, but parking place available. We can offer a bike.
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      The SpaceAPARTMENT 206 (4+2) suitable for maximum 6 persons - Three rooms apartment with two bedrooms, living room and kithen together, suitable for 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 persons - Number of beds 4 (one double bed in bedroom, bunk for 2 persons in bedromm, fold-out sofa for 2 persons in living room) - Shower bathroom equipped with hairdryer, a mirror and a toilet bowl - Fully equipped kitchen for 6 persons - Glass ceramic hob and oven - Refrigerator with freezer - Dishwasher - Air conditioning in all rooms - LED TV (36 ") or radio receiver - Internet and WiFi - 8m2 balcony with table and chairs - Desk and mirror in the room - Parking place - Beautifull garden with apple, pear, cherry and peach trees WiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks Museum of the first world war 10m , restaurants 100m, pizzeria 50m, market 30m, shops 60m Tourist tax not included in price. Guest AccessWiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks The NeighborhoodMuseum of the first world war 10m , restaurants 100m, pizzeria 50m, market 30m, shops 60m Other Things to NoteTourist tax not included in price.
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      The SpaceHemingway House Holiday Apartments is a 19th century townhouse in the centre of Kobarid which has been transformed into five unique self-contained apartments. There is a very large free car parking place directly across the street from the house and another 4 free parking areas within a minutes walk of the house. I have left my own car there for years without any problems. The Attic Suite covers the entire top floor of the house and comfortably sleeps five adults. Its boasts an enormous main room (80sqm) with a vaulted ceiling which incorporates the original wooden roof beams and walls which have sections of exposed stone, giving the apartment a romantic rustic charm. The room has been divided into two sections. On one side is a queen sized bed (160 x 200) with antique bedside tables. And a living area with a sofa bed which pulls out to sleep two adults comfortably (160 x 200). There is a large wardrobe and antique pine chester drawers to store clothing. There is also a powerful wood burning stove and if you are chilly I can come up and set a fire for you and provide you with wood to keep it going. On the otherside of the room is the Kitchen/Dining Area. The Kitchen has a large granite worktop which doubles as a breakfast bar which seats two. There is a 4 ring gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, electric mixer, blender, Bodum french press and Bialetti coffee makers and cooking equipment and crockery for six people. There are also a set of plastic tableware for children. There is a dining table that seats six people and there is enough spare space around it for you to position it how ever you like best. There is also an uplighter lamp if you would prefer a more romantic atmosphere. Off the main room is a hallway with a wrought iron and wood balcony which leads to the little bedroom on one end and the bathroom on the other. All of these rooms also have vaulted ceilings with original wood beams. The little bedroom has a single bed. The Attic Suites are accessed via a staircase off the upper terrace and the suite has its own private lockable entrance. Extras: Guests staying for more than 3 days can do laundry at a cost of €2/load. Breakfast is also available upon request at an added cost of €6/per person / per night. It consists of tea, coffee, hot milk, juice, fresh fruits, museli and corn flakes, yogurt, breads, meats, cheeses and a boiled egg. The breakfast can also be adapted to suit your (URL HIDDEN) apple juice vs. orange juice etc. I have tried to make this apartment a home away from home for guests and I wish you a very happy stay here in the Soca Valley. Guest AccessHemingway House has two terraces from which to admire the stunning mountain views visible from them. There is a large garden which has a BBQ and 2 picnic tables, as well as 3 sun loungers for you to relax on. And I've planted a herb garden and so guests can cook with fresh herbs. To the rear of the property is a large secure barn where you can store larger sports equipment, kayaks, paragliders, bicycles etc. On the top floor, I would be more than happy to dry out wet clothes (and even tents) on your behalf. Interaction with GuestsI live at the house and I've been told on more than one occassion that I'm a fount of knowledge about the local area and what can be done here. I have thoroughly explored my new homeland and the surrounding countries, particularly Italy, and I'm very happy to share my ideas of where to go etc with my guests. The NeighborhoodSightseeing around Kobarid Kobarid is ideally situated for exploring the Upper Part of the Soca Valley. There are endless possibilities of things to do if you enjoy nature and outdoor activities. There are also a number of local museums and World War I sites, which one can visit. Outdoor Activities Hiking - Triglav National Park borders the village on two sides and there are a number of hikes, ranging from easy to difficult which can be done right from town. The Walk of Peace also runs through the village and from this trail you can walk up to Bovec or down to Tolmin. The tourist office has complete list of the hundreds of walks possible in the area. Swimming - locals like to head to the "beach" on the Najda River which is warmed by natural hot springs with supposed healing qualities. Its 5km outside of town on the road to Italy and there is a great bar serving food and drinks. For the brave, its possible to swim in the Soca just past the Napoleon Bridge. A bit furher a field, the best swimming spot on the Soca can be found down valley in the pretty village of Kanal. The River is very shallow on the banks here so it is a suitable place to take children. There is also an excellent bakery/cafe here. For proper swimming there is an aqua park in Bovec and another one in Lake Bohinj. Rafting/Kayaking - The Soca River is one of two rivers in Slovenia where rafting is permitted. This river has played host to the kayaking world championship several times. There are numerous companies offering guided trips on the river. Some rafting tours are suitable for small children. Fishing - The Soca River is world renowned for its fly fishing. But, permits are expensive and guides are recommended to find the best locations for the fish. Paragliding - The Soca Valley has idyllic weather conditions for this sport and there are a number of take-off points in the valley, including Stol which overlooks Kobarid. There is a regular taxi service available to take you to the sites. Canyoning - For the adventurous canyoning trips can be taken. But, they are not for the faint hearted as there are lots of jumping into rivers from high ledges. Horseback Riding - there are several stables in the area to rent horses with a guide. Mountain Biking - many of the trails are open to mountain bikes and range from the gentle to the extreme. Museums in Town Kobarid Museum - is dedicated to the history of World War I in the Soca Valley. I found it fascinating and its a good way to spend a rainy day. Next door is a free exhibition on the Walk of Peace. Planika Cheese Factory - this is a popular tour for families and the free cheese at the end of the tour is a nice bonus. Wine Tasting In the nearby province of Fruili in Italy there are a hundreds of vineyards one can visit. But, I would recommend a trip to Goriza Brda to sample the local Slovenian wines, which are surprisingly good from here. The area is also spectacularly beautiful, with many quaint fortress villages. There are also many good restaurants. Casino's Gambling is legal in Slovenia. The Aurora Casino is located just outside of town and there are cabarets in the evening for those not interested gambling. Excursions Lake Bohinj / Bled - There is a car train from Most na Soci which takes 30 minutes to arrive at the scenic Lake Bohinj which is suitable for swimming. Bled is a further 20 minutes on the train and is considered the most beautiful spot in Slovenia. This makes for a wonderful day out. Trieste - the city itself is a matter of personal taste but there are some great beaches up the coast if you wish to go for a swim in the sea. Cividale de Fruili - is a charming medieval town a twenty minute drive from Kobarid. There is a fantastic flea market here on the 4th Sunday of the month. And there is a pastry shop in San Pietro de Navistone which is well worth visiting. Koper/Piran - it takes about 2 hours to drive down to the Slovenian coast on the motorway and it can often be crowded down there in the summer. But, Koper and Piran are beautiful places to visit. Skojan Caves / Lipica Horse Farm - On the way to the coast you can visit the Unesco World Heritage site, the Skojan Caves. The caves are amazing and there is a huge river that runs below them. Nearby is the Lipica Horse farm where the famous Lippazzaner Horses are bred. There ia good restaurant here and its possible to see the horses without entering the farm as many brood mares are in the paddocks just outside. Just don't forget to bring a bag of carrots or apples. Postonja Caves and Castle - These are the most famous caves in Slovenia and there is a train which takes you deep in the cave network. The caves are bigger than those at Skojan but I think less dramatic. They do music performances in the main cave in the summer. Nearby is the castle which has a museum. Ljubljana - the capital is well worth a visit. The river Sava runs through its small city centre and its banks are lined with cafes and restaurants. There is a castle on top of a hill which gives amazing views of the city and there are a number of interesting museums which one can visit. During the summer there are numerous free musical festivals taking place. Tourist Information on Slovenia For a more comprehensive information about what to see and do in Slovenia I can recommend an excellent site which has reviews and pictures of places to visit and things to do all over the (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundThere are regular buses running up and down the Soca Valley daily as well as to the capital Ljubljana 3 times a day. However, to make the most of the area I would recommend visiting with a car. Unless, you like hiking...then its not necessary as there are no ends of beautiful hikes which can be done right from Kobarid. Other Things to NoteThe prices do not include the local tourist tax which costs €1.27 per adult and 0.64 for children (3 to 18) per night. I offer discounts to guests wanting to stay for 7 nights or longer via the "special offer" booking facility.
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      The SpaceHemingway House Holiday Apartments is a 19th century townhouse right in the centre of Kobarid which has been converted into 5 unique self-catering apartments for the budget yet style conscious traveller. There is a very large free car parking place directly across the street from the house and another 4 free parking areas within a minutes walk of the house. I have left my own car there for years without any problems. The Apartments have all been named after Ernest Hemingway's wives and this spacious apartment (45sqm) has been named after Mary...but for no other reason than my aunt Mary likes staying in this apartment The room has a very comfortable queen sized bed (160 x 200) with antique bedside tables, located in an alcove of the main room. In the rest of the room there is a double sofa bed, floor lamp, a wardrobe, chest of drawers, cabinet and coffee table. 2 wicker chairs can be added upon request if you would like to have additional seating. The apartment has a wood burning stove in case you get chilly and has enough spare floor space to do exercises on the carpet or for small children who wish to play. The room also has an en-suite bathroom which is quite spacious and extra large shower area (90 x 120) and shelves beside the sink for storing of toiletries. The Kitchen / Dining area is located just outside this room. The Kitchen has a 4 ring electric hob, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, kettle, toaster, Bodum French press and Bialetti coffee makers and cooking equipment and crockery for four people. There is also a set of plastic tableware suitable for children or picnics. The Dining Table seats four people and is located next to the window. The apartment is located at the front part of first (middle) floor of the house. It is accessed via a hallway off of the Upstairs Terrace. It has its own private lockable door. In this hallway is a place for storing muddy boots or shoes. Extras: Guests staying for more than 3 days can do laundry at a cost of €2/load. Breakfast is also available upon request at an added cost of €6/per person / per night. It consists of tea, coffee, hot milk, juice, fresh fruits, museli and corn flakes, yogurt, breads, meats, cheeses and a boiled egg. The breakfast can also be adapted to suit your (URL HIDDEN) apple juice vs. orange juice etc. Guest AccessHemingway House has two terraces from which to admire the stunning mountain views visible from them. There is a large garden which has a BBQ and 2 picnic tables, as well as 3 sun loungers for you to relax on. And I've planted a herb garden and so guests can cook with fresh herbs. To the rear of the property is a large secure barn where you can store larger sports equipment, kayaks, paragliders, bicycles etc. On the top floor, I would be more than happy to dry out wet clothes (and even tents) on your behalf. Interaction with GuestsI live at the house and I've been told on more than one occassion that I'm a fount of knowledge about the local area and what can be done here. I have thoroughly explored my new homeland and the surrounding countries, particularly Italy, and I'm very happy to share my ideas of where to go etc with my guests. The NeighborhoodSightseeing around Kobarid Kobarid is ideally situated for exploring the Upper Part of the Soca Valley. There are endless possibilities of things to do if you enjoy nature and outdoor activities. There are also a number of local museums and World War I sites, which one can visit. Outdoor Activities Hiking - Triglav National Park borders the village on two sides and there are a number of hikes, ranging from easy to difficult which can be done right from town. The Walk of Peace also runs through the village and from this trail you can walk up to Bovec or down to Tolmin. The tourist office has complete list of the hundreds of walks possible in the area. Swimming - locals like to head to the "beach" on the Najda River which is warmed by natural hot springs with supposed healing qualities. Its 5km outside of town on the road to Italy and there is a great bar serving food and drinks. For the brave, its possible to swim in the Soca just past the Napoleon Bridge. A bit furher a field, the best swimming spot on the Soca can be found down valley in the pretty village of Kanal. The River is very shallow on the banks here so it is a suitable place to take children. There is also an excellent bakery/cafe here. For proper swimming there is an aqua park in Bovec and another one in Lake Bohinj. Rafting/Kayaking - The Soca River is one of two rivers in Slovenia where rafting is permitted. This river has played host to the kayaking world championship several times. There are numerous companies offering guided trips on the river. Some rafting tours are suitable for small children. Fishing - The Soca River is world renowned for its fly fishing. But, permits are expensive and guides are recommended to find the best locations for the fish. Paragliding - The Soca Valley has idyllic weather conditions for this sport and there are a number of take-off points in the valley, including Stol which overlooks Kobarid. There is a regular taxi service available to take you to the sites. Canyoning - For the adventurous canyoning trips can be taken. But, they are not for the faint hearted as there are lots of jumping into rivers from high ledges. Horseback Riding - there are several stables in the area to rent horses with a guide. Mountain Biking - many of the trails are open to mountain bikes and range from the gentle to the extreme. Museums in Town Kobarid Museum - is dedicated to the history of World War I in the Soca Valley. I found it fascinating and its a good way to spend a rainy day. Next door is a free exhibition on the Walk of Peace. Planika Cheese Factory - this is a popular tour for families and the free cheese at the end of the tour is a nice bonus. Wine Tasting In the nearby province of Fruili in Italy there are a hundreds of vineyards one can visit. But, I would recommend a trip to Goriza Brda to sample the local Slovenian wines, which are surprisingly good from here. The area is also spectacularly beautiful, with many quaint fortress villages. There are also many good restaurants. Casino's Gambling is legal in Slovenia. The Aurora Casino is located just outside of town and there are cabarets in the evening for those not interested gambling. Excursions Lake Bohinj / Bled - There is a car train from Most na Soci which takes 30 minutes to arrive at the scenic Lake Bohinj which is suitable for swimming. Bled is a further 20 minutes on the train and is considered the most beautiful spot in Slovenia. This makes for a wonderful day out. Trieste - the city itself is a matter of personal taste but there are some great beaches up the coast if you wish to go for a swim in the sea. Cividale de Fruili - is a charming medieval town a twenty minute drive from Kobarid. There is a fantastic flea market here on the 4th Sunday of the month. And there is a pastry shop in San Pietro de Navistone which is well worth visiting. Koper/Piran - it takes about 2 hours to drive down to the Slovenian coast on the motorway and it can often be crowded down there in the summer. But, Koper and Piran are beautiful places to visit. Skojan Caves / Lipica Horse Farm - On the way to the coast you can visit the Unesco World Heritage site, the Skojan Caves. The caves are amazing and there is a huge river that runs below them. Nearby is the Lipica Horse farm where the famous Lippazzaner Horses are bred. There ia good restaurant here and its possible to see the horses without entering the farm as many brood mares are in the paddocks just outside. Just don't forget to bring a bag of carrots or apples. Postonja Caves and Castle - These are the most famous caves in Slovenia and there is a train which takes you deep in the cave network. The caves are bigger than those at Skojan but I think less dramatic. They do music performances in the main cave in the summer. Nearby is the castle which has a museum. Ljubljana - the capital is well worth a visit. The river Sava runs through its small city centre and its banks are lined with cafes and restaurants. There is a castle on top of a hill which gives amazing views of the city and there are a number of interesting museums which one can visit. During the summer there are numerous free musical festivals taking place. Getting AroundThere are regular buses running up and down the Soca Valley daily as well as to the capital Ljubljana 3 times a day. However, to make the most of the area I would recommend visiting with a car. Unless, you like hiking...then its not necessary as there are no ends of beautiful hikes which can be done right from Kobarid Other Things to NoteThe prices do not include the local tourist tax which costs €1.27 per adult and €0.63 per child (3 to 18). If you are planning to come for 7 nights or longer it is always worth it to write to me...I like to make special offers for my longer term guests.
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      The SpaceHemingway House Holiday Apartments is a 19th century townhouse right in the centre of Kobarid which has been converted into 5 unique self-catering apartments for the budget yet style conscious traveller. There is a very large free car parking place directly across the street from the house and another 4 free parking areas within a minutes walk of the house. I have left my own car there for years without any problems. The Apartments have all been named after Ernest Hemingway's wives and this queen studio apartment (27sqm) has been named after his second wife Pauline. This studio apartment (27 sqm) catches the afternoon and evening sun so is particularly bright and cheerful. It has queen double bed, a wardrobe and chester drawers for storing of clothes. The kitchen has a 3 ring electric hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, Bodum French press and Bialetti coffee makers, cooking equipment and crockery for two people. The Dining room table seats two. The en-suite bathroom is has ample counter space for your toiletries and has a large storage closet for your luggage etc and a heated towel rail. The room is located at the rear of the ground floor of the house and is accessed directly via the Downstairs terrace. It has its own private and lockable entrance. Extras: Guests staying for more than 3 days can do laundry at a cost of €2/load. Breakfast is also available upon request at an added cost of €6/per person / per night. It consists of tea, coffee, hot milk, juice, fresh fruits, museli and corn flakes, yogurt, breads, meats, cheeses and a boiled egg. The breakfast can also be adapted to suit your (URL HIDDEN) apple juice vs. orange juice etc. I have tried to make this apartment a home away from home for guests and I wish you a very happy stay here in the Soca Valley. Guest AccessOutside Spaces Hemingway House has two terraces from which to admire the stunning mountain views visible from them. There is a large garden which has a BBQ and 2 picnic tables, as well as 3 sun loungers for you to relax on. And I've planted a herb garden and so guests can cook with fresh herbs. To the rear of the property is a large secure barn where you can store larger sports equipment, kayaks, paragliders, bicycles etc. On the top floor, I would be more than happy to dry out wet clothes (and even tents) on your behalf. Interaction with GuestsI live at the house and I've been told on more than one occassion that I'm a fount of knowledge about the local area and what can be done here. I have thoroughly explored my new homeland and the surrounding countries, particularly Italy, and I'm very happy to share my ideas of where to go etc with my guests. The NeighborhoodSightseeing around Kobarid Kobarid is ideally situated for exploring the Upper Part of the Soca Valley. There are endless possibilities of things to do if you enjoy nature and outdoor activities. There are also a number of local museums and World War I sites, which one can visit. Outdoor Activities Hiking - Triglav National Park borders the village on two sides and there are a number of hikes, ranging from easy to difficult which can be done right from town. The Walk of Peace also runs through the village and from this trail you can walk up to Bovec or down to Tolmin. The tourist office has complete list of the hundreds of walks possible in the area. Swimming - locals like to head to the "beach" on the Najda River which is warmed by natural hot springs with supposed healing qualities. Its 5km outside of town on the road to Italy and there is a great bar serving food and drinks. For the brave, its possible to swim in the Soca just past the Napoleon Bridge. A bit furher a field, the best swimming spot on the Soca can be found down valley in the pretty village of Kanal. The River is very shallow on the banks here so it is a suitable place to take children. There is also an excellent bakery/cafe here. For proper swimming there is an aqua park in Bovec and another one in Lake Bohinj. Rafting/Kayaking - The Soca River is one of two rivers in Slovenia where rafting is permitted. This river has played host to the kayaking world championship several times. There are numerous companies offering guided trips on the river. Some rafting tours are suitable for small children. Fishing - The Soca River is world renowned for its fly fishing. But, permits are expensive and guides are recommended to find the best locations for the fish. Paragliding - The Soca Valley has idyllic weather conditions for this sport and there are a number of take-off points in the valley, including Stol which overlooks Kobarid. There is a regular taxi service available to take you to the sites. Canyoning - For the adventurous canyoning trips can be taken. But, they are not for the faint hearted as there are lots of jumping into rivers from high ledges. Horseback Riding - there are several stables in the area to rent horses with a guide. Mountain Biking - many of the trails are open to mountain bikes and range from the gentle to the extreme. Museums in Town Kobarid Museum - is dedicated to the history of World War I in the Soca Valley. I found it fascinating and its a good way to spend a rainy day. Next door is a free exhibition on the Walk of Peace. Planika Cheese Factory - this is a popular tour for families and the free cheese at the end of the tour is a nice bonus. Wine Tasting In the nearby province of Fruili in Italy there are a hundreds of vineyards one can visit. But, I would recommend a trip to Goriza Brda to sample the local Slovenian wines, which are surprisingly good from here. The area is also spectacularly beautiful, with many quaint fortress villages. There are also many good restaurants. Casino's Gambling is legal in Slovenia. The Aurora Casino is located just outside of town and there are cabarets in the evening for those not interested gambling. Excursions Lake Bohinj / Bled - There is a car train from Most na Soci which takes 30 minutes to arrive at the scenic Lake Bohinj which is suitable for swimming. Bled is a further 20 minutes on the train and is considered the most beautiful spot in Slovenia. This makes for a wonderful day out. Trieste - the city itself is a matter of personal taste but there are some great beaches up the coast if you wish to go for a swim in the sea. Cividale de Fruili - is a charming medieval town a twenty minute drive from Kobarid. There is a fantastic flea market here on the 4th Sunday of the month. And there is a pastry shop in San Pietro de Navistone which is well worth visiting. Koper/Piran - it takes about 2 hours to drive down to the Slovenian coast on the motorway and it can often be crowded down there in the summer. But, Koper and Piran are beautiful places to visit. Skojan Caves / Lipica Horse Farm - On the way to the coast you can visit the Unesco World Heritage site, the Skojan Caves. The caves are amazing and there is a huge river that runs below them. Nearby is the Lipica Horse farm where the famous Lippazzaner Horses are bred. There ia good restaurant here and its possible to see the horses without entering the farm as many brood mares are in the paddocks just outside. Just don't forget to bring a bag of carrots or apples. Postonja Caves and Castle - These are the most famous caves in Slovenia and there is a train which takes you deep in the cave network. The caves are bigger than those at Skojan but I think less dramatic. They do music performances in the main cave in the summer. Nearby is the castle which has a museum. Ljubljana - the capital is well worth a visit. The river Sava runs through its small city centre and its banks are lined with cafes and restaurants. There is a castle on top of a hill which gives amazing views of the city and there are a number of interesting museums which one can visit. During the summer there are numerous free musical festivals taking place. Tourist Information on Slovenia For a more comprehensive information about what to see and do in Slovenia I can recommend an excellent site which has reviews and pictures of places to visit and things to do all over the country. Getting AroundThere are regular buses running up and down the Soca Valley daily as well as to the capital Ljubljana 3 times a day. However, to make the most of the area I would recommend visiting with a car. Unless, you like hiking...then its not necessary as there are no ends of beautiful hikes which can be done right from Kobarid. Other Things to NoteThe prices do not include the local tourist tax which costs €1.27 per adult and €0.63 per child (3 to 18). If you are planning to come for 7 nights or longer it is always worth it to write to me...I like to make special offers for my longer term guests.
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      The SpaceFedrig is warm and friendly guest house offering comfortable accommodation. Guests will be staying at the comfortable rooms, in the pizzeria below, you can taste a excelent pizza. Check it on Tripadvisor.courtyard. We also offer breakfast for 5€ per person. From 8 to 9. For extra offers always available on (email hidden) . The NeighborhoodThis valley is know for its activities on Soča river, hiking and mountain biking, flyfishing and is also one of the best spots for paragliding. It is also adestination for history seeking turist because of the 1ww important museum.
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      The SpaceFedrig is warm and friendly guest house offering comfortable accommodation. Guests will be staying at the comfortable rooms, in the pizzeria below, you can taste a excelent pizza. Check it on Tripadvisor. Room N.4 .The rooms are facing the courtyard. We also offer breakfast for 5€ per person. From 8 to 9. For extra offers always available on (email hidden) . The NeighborhoodThis valley is know for its activities on Soča river, hiking and mountain biking, flyfishing and is also one of the best spots for paragliding. It is also adestination for history seeking turist because of the 1ww important museum.
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      The SpaceWe live in Slovenia, just 10 minutes drive from Tolmin. Our village Idrsko is situated in front Krn Mountain. We see take off Kobariski Stol from our terrace. The most popular take off Kobala is nearby. Next to the house there are meadows which are used as a landing area. Guest AccessOur budget accommodation provides three bedrooms (for 6 guests) and one living room (for 2 extra guests). This room has three single beds. There is Wi-Fi Internet, washing machine, kitchen, fridge. This price includes tourist tax: 1,27 EUR per person per night. We also help to arrange parataxi to Kobala take off. The landing area is next to the house. Interaction with GuestsWe introduce to our guests Socha Valley attractions and share information about places worth to visit during the trip. There are many interesting hiking routes around: Krn Mountain, Tolmin gorges, Kozjak waterfall, lakes and rivers. The NeighborhoodThere is beautiful Socha river just 300 meters from home. The path goes to river among meadows with great panoramic view to the mountains.
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      The SpaceThe 1 bedroom apartment situated in the Kamno village in Soča valley, 2 minutes walking distance from the river Soča. Apartment includes one double bed bedroom, bath room, big kitchen connected with living room with special double bed (sofa) if necessary. Other Things to NoteFrom 15 June to 31. June - minimum 2 nights stay From 1. July to 31. August- minimum 5 nights stay
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      The SpaceApartments pri Jakobu Apartmaji pri Jakobu 4 bedrooms Bathroom 1: shower, toilet, sink. Bathroom 2: whirlpool bathtub, toilet, sink. Kitchen: hob, dishwasher, range hood, oven, refrigerator with freezer. Other features: WiFi, TV. Additional amenities: outdoor common terrace with barbecue, sauna, Jacuzzi, multipurpose room for socializing and relaxation, equipped with a fireplace, TV and coffee maker. There is also a portable baby crib and a highchair for feeding. Guest AccessAdditional amenities: outdoor common terrace with barbecue, sauna, Jacuzzi, multipurpose room for socializing and relaxation, equipped with a fireplace, TV and coffee maker. There is also a portable baby crib and a highchair for feeding.
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        The SpaceApartments pri Jakobu Apartmaji pri Jakobu Outdoor common terrace with barbecue, sauna, Jacuzzi, multipurpose room for socializing and relaxation, equipped with a fireplace, TV and coffee maker. There is also a portable baby crib and a highchair for feeding. Guest AccessOutdoor common terrace with barbecue, sauna, Jacuzzi, multipurpose room for socializing and relaxation, equipped with a fireplace, TV and coffee maker. There is also a portable baby crib and a highchair for feeding.
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        The SpaceThe holiday house "pri Pinku" (Stanovišče 20) lies in the upper part of the small village of Stanovišče in the Breginj area. The village lies just underneath the Stol mountain and has a beautiful view of the Nadiža river and the surrounding mountains Mija, Matajur and Krn. The village is divided into the old and the new part, where you can find mostly summer houses. The Breginj area lies in the Nadiža river valley between Staro selo and Breginj in the Slovenian far west. There are 9 villages on the sunny slopes of Stol above the Nadiža river, that have been heavily affected by the 1976 earthquake, which changed the architectural characteristics of the villages for good. The preserved Venetian architectural heritage can nowadays be seen in the restored village centre in Breginj and in the villages of Logje and Robidišče. The biggest tourist attractions of the Breginj area are of course the Nadiža river and the Napoleon's bridge, which have attracted bathers from near and far for ages. The picturesque stone bridge from the Roman period across a narrow river canyon supposedly got its name from Napoleon's troops. The beautiful view from the bridge of the emerald green pools will definitely leave you fascinated. The Stol mountain range is perfect for everyone who loves nature, hiking, paragliding and hang-gliding, and cyclists can enjoy numerous cycling trails here. You can also explore the nearby Venetia (Prossenicco , Platischis, Montemaggiore, Canebola) or go shopping in the well-known shopping centers of Cividale del Friuli or Udine. Guest AccessThe holiday house offers: Three double rooms, one with a balcony and air-conditioning, one single room A large living room with two seating sets that can be transformed into beds, a fireplace, SAT TV, air-conditioning and a balcony A modern kitchen A bathroom with a shower and a washing machine A toilet Parking space for three vehicles Bicycle parking A large enclosed terrace A big garden with a garden seating set, fireplace and children playground Interaction with GuestsThe owner does not live in the house
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        The SpaceApartment is open place.On the ciling are very nice trams. The place is very good equipment & you have feeling, like you are at home! Guest AccessIt's easy to come in village Svino, 1.5km from historical town KOBARID. Interaction with GuestsWe are all the time in touch with our guests, if they like. The NeighborhoodAll around is a beautifull nature & quiet, perfect for rest, or.....a lot of possibilities for outdoor activities. Getting AroundPublic transport is very bad,bus is going 2x/day in the Capital Ljubljana & in Bovec, Tolmin. The nearest train station is Most na Soči, 25 km from Kobarid.
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        The SpaceAPARTMENT 206 (4+2) suitable for maximum 6 persons - Three rooms apartment with two bedrooms, living room and kithen together, suitable for 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 persons - Number of beds 4 (one double bed in bedroom, bunk for 2 persons in bedromm, fold-out sofa for 2 persons in living room) - Shower bathroom equipped with hairdryer, a mirror and a toilet bowl - Fully equipped kitchen for 6 persons - Glass ceramic hob and oven - Refrigerator with freezer - Dishwasher - Air conditioning in all rooms - LED TV (36 ") or radio receiver - Internet and WiFi - 8m2 balcony with table and chairs - Desk and mirror in the room - Parking place - Beautifull garden with apple, pear, cherry and peach trees Guest AccessWiFi, Garden, Free parking garage for the bikes and kayaks The NeighborhoodMuseum of the first world war 10m , restaurants 100m, pizzeria 50m, market 30m, shops 60m Other Things to NoteTourist tax not included in price.
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        3br Home/Apartment
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        The SpacePolovnik House is a charming 3 bedroom chalet located on the main square of the peaceful riverside village of Srpenica midway between Bovec & Kobarid (circa 10km to each) in the heart of the stunning Soca Valley. The house is beautifully renovated to an excellent standard combining many carefully restored original features with modern comforts and facilities (including internet & DVD), creating a welcoming atmosphere and retaining the alpine charm of the building. The house offers a large open plan kitchen, dining room and living room with log burner. Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms, one with balcony and great mountain views. In addition there are two bathrooms, kitchen storeroom and cellar room for storage of skis etc. There is a huge range of outdoor activities such as walking and cycling possible from your doorstep as well as a wide range of river pursuits (kayak / rafting access from the village) and mountain sports in the area (skiing at Kanin just ten minutes drive). PLEASE NOTE: Prices do not include tourist tax (€1.26 / adult / night & €0.63 / child aged 7-18 / night). BASE PRICES: Low season 100 EUR/night Mid season 105 EUR/night High season 110 EUR/night Interaction with GuestsWe will be in contact after booking to arrange everything concerning your arrival. As everything is arranged in advance there's no need for a meet and greet at the property, which gives you more flexibility on when you arrive. If you have any questions or problems before you arrive or during the stay then just feel free to call our guest hotline and we can assist over the phone or send someone out to the property to help as required.
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        4br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceEnjoy a relaxing or active holiday in this picturesque village in a beautifully restored house right in the center of the historical village of Kobarid, where you can enjoy hiking, swimming in the river Nadiza, kayaking on the spectacular river Soca or skiing during the winter months on the mountain Kanin. The house which has been recently renovated has 4 bedrooms that can comfortably sleep 8 people. It has 1 big bathroom and a large kitchen and dinning area as well as a spacious living room. The house also comes with its own private parking (1 car). Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms that can sleep 4 people. Downstairs there are also 2 bedrooms, that can comfortably sleep 4 people, plus there is an additional bed downstairs in one of the bedrooms, ideal for a couple with a child. Kobarid is a small village but it boast many good restaurants that offer local cuisine as well as internationally acclaimed cuisine, such as Kotlar, Hisa Franko and Topli Val. There is also a renowned museum of WW1, since a lot of important battles took place in this area. Italy is a short drive away (the border is a 20 min drive) where guests can enjoy a proper italian coffee and a stroll as well as good shopping in one of the picturesque towns such as Cividale and Udine.
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        4br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceChalet Soca sleeps up to 10 people and has a fantastic open plan area for families, friends, groups and clubs to really relax and enjoy time in the mountains. We also cater for smaller groups and have a special per person rate with a minimum group size of 4. You still have exclusive use of the chalet, you just wont pay for the beds you don't use......good 'hey! Guest AccessYou have access all areas! We say, go for it! You also have free Wi-Fi, parking, lockable garage/store, the garden, washing machine, indoor and outdoor drying (yes expect to spend lots of time in and out of the river!) plus allllll the views, every windows frames a treat. Chalet Soca is located on a hill, and the living space is up at the top of the house to make the most of all those views. To access these areas and because of its geographical location there are steps you will need to use to get around the house. There is one flight of steps up to the main entrance, once in the house, there is another set of steps up to the living area. Well worth it for the views! Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you want. If you would rather arrive and just get on with it, no problem. If you would like ideas of what to do and where then we're here to help. We usually have a host that's available, however this is seasonal, so if that is an important element to your trip check with us first, otherwise, I am always here, if not in person then on email or the phone always. The NeighborhoodWe love our village. Its in a rural setting, our neighbours are brilliant. The local shop has the best bread, the restaurant across the road has great (cheap!) food. We are only 4km as the bird flies to Italy, so we are a small village but we have so many influences. The local history, specifically from World Wars I and II is absolutely fascinating, there are a few local museums that pay tribute to these times that are well worth a visit....just ask us. Getting AroundWe are in a remote corner of the Alps, its quiet, that's great, but it does mean limited public transport. The closest airports are Trieste, Italy and Klagenfurt, Austria both of which are 1 hour 20 mins away or all Venice airports or Ljubljana are all 2 hours away. There are local buses with services into Bovec and Tolmin which you can then transfer on to larger towns and cities, but a full schedule can be obtained from the Bovec tourist board on (EMAIL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteWe also have a further 2 chalets, so if you are looking for a larger place, we can accommodation up to 28 people.
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        1br Home/Apartment
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.