We had 12 nights at Villa Dalia and really enjoyed our stay in the area and at the villa itself. A hire car is essential. There are several hairpin bends leading up to the Villa which then affords fantastic views over the Bay of Kotor. Just seeing the lights below when lying in bed was a bonus.The location is quiet and peaceful, the goats and sheep are the main company up there.
The villa is very well equipped. The local supermarket is well stocked and there are plenty of roadside stalls where fresh produce can be bought. Internet access is not free! 2Gb for 44 Euros. You will need to use you mobile phone, so make sure you have plenty of credit!
The sun rises directly to the front and sets at the back of the property so there is sun all day long. The pool was essential and very welcome, there were plenty of loungers and a parasol.
Milan, the property manager and Goran who meets and greets tenants were very friendly and knowledgable of the region. They sorted out a couple of minor problems as soon as they were informed. They also spoke excellent English, so it was pretty useful for monoglot British people like us.
There are some excellent restaurants along the coast towards Kotor and prices are very reasonable. Anything with 'Mill' in there title was good.
We will probably revisit the area again, especially as Dubrovnik is worth more than one visit (for which you have to have a green card for the hire car but the rental agency supplies this at a cost). When we do we'll be looking at Villa Dalia as our base.
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