Vidovići, on the the Croatian island of Cres, is an old village perched on a hill with panoramic views stretching across the sea to Istria. Its ancient stone houses lean against one another as if to defy the Bora winds. The Sisters-Homes Vidovići 5 consists of a traditional three-storey stone house and two small annexe buildings (Small Spaces: Magazine and Mali Raj). In the past the Magazine was used for baking bread and Mali Raj was the local tavern.
The main house comprises two living units: One apartment on the ground floor with separate entrance includes a living room and a bedroom with bathroom and direct access to the garden. The second apartment extends over four floors. A modern spiral staircase connects the kitchen on the first floor with the living room and gallery on the second floor and the bedroom with bathroom on the 4th floor. The small spaces both include a living room, a sleeping gallery, a bathroom as well as a terrace. The guests of the Small Spaces have a common kitchen with a dining room. All guests can use the garden with terrace and outdoor shower. The units can be rented separately or together, for a group or a family of up to eight people. The apartments in the main house are rented together only.
Why we like this house
This house is an elegant combination of traditional architecture and modern design.
Details of the property
Region/Town: HR – Croatia, Cres, Vidovići
Name: Sisters-Homes Vidovići 5
Scenery: Mountain slope above the sea on an Adriatic island
Number of guests: three bedrooms, up to 8 people
Architecture: Old & new
Design: Nataša Marcelja, Ingrid Stankovic