About this home
Please note that: Bed linen and towels are included in the room rate. Consumption costs are included in the room rate. Up to 2 pets are allowed. Outdoor private pool on site is open May - end September.
- Free parking on site
- Pool open May - end September
- Private outdoor swimming pool
- Consumption costs incl.
- Air conditioning cold/hot
- Bedlinen incl towels (included)
- Final cleaning (included)
- Cot: 1
- Child's chair: 1
- Pets: 2
This beautiful holiday home is located in the small place Betiga, near Barbariga in the southern part of Istra, opposite of the Brijuni archipelago. The house has 35 sq.m. swimming pool and nice large plot of 2000 sq.m. The house is partly built of Istrian stone and is equipped with modern and stylish furniture. The furniture and equipment of the unit are in line with contemporary standards of living, while its spaciousness ensures top comfort during guests’ stay. The plot also has activity options for children such as a swing, a slide and a sandpit, which at the same time will provide relaxing moments for the adults. There is a court for playing volleyball and badminton on the grass. The holiday home comprises 6 bedrooms with bathrooms, large living room, kitchen with dining area and activity room with a fireplace. The external stairs connect the ground floor to the upper floor, which houses four bedrooms, each with a double bed, that can be separated if needed. The bedrooms also have additional single beds. Next to the swimming pool there is a barbeque for preparing fish and meat dishes. The house is perfect for peaceful and tranquil holiday, while for those who like activity, there is a possibility of going for long biking trips. It is important to mention that the house owner has his own tavern in direct proximity, where for additional charge you can have breakfasts, lunches and/or dinners. Those who are looking for cultural heritage will be interested to know that Barbariga was named after Venetian noble family Barbarigo who owned properties in this region. In the area there are also numerous archaeological sites dating from antique times, which are worth visiting.