Dubrovnik Boutique Apartments

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Three stylish self-catering apartments in a carefully restored
17th-century townhouse within the medieval walls of
Dubrovnik’s Old Town (each sleeps 2-4)

Medieval carved stonework and contemporary oil paintings come
together here, to provide a homely base for exploring
Dubrovnik’s magnificent UNESCO-listed historic centre. The
1-bedroom abodes are hidden away on a peaceful side
street off the Stradun, the thoroughfare that runs through the
heart of the pedestrianised Old Town. The location is just a
5-minute stroll from the glistening blue Adriatic, on the Dalmatian
Coast – you might recognise it, as Dubrovnik has been used as a
film set for HBO’s fantasy TV series Game of Thrones
and the Canal+ series Borgia.

The 3 apartments are all in the same building, on the first, second
and third floors. A slick wooden staircase takes you up through the
stone stairwell – the details are impressive but you’ll need
a good pair of legs if you’re thinking of staying on the top
floor. They’re ideal for couples or families with well-behaved
kids, and having your own cooking facilities gives you the added
freedom of being able to plan your own schedule and meal times. The
Old Town location takes you back through the centuries, and
you’ll feel like a local as you walk the narrow stone alleys
after dark, when the bars and restaurants are buzzing and many of
the main sights are beautifully lit.


  • A meticulously restored Baroque building, with exposed stone
    walls and lintels, and some wooden beamed ceilings
  • A fantastic location in the heart of Dubrovnik’s
    magnificent Old Town – within moments of bars and restaurants, as
    well as fascinating historical sites and pretty beaches
  • Tastefully furnished and fully equipped for 21st-century
    comfort: free WiFi, sleek kitchen gadgets and flatscreen satellite
  • Self-catering facilities mean you can shop, cook
    and live like a local
  • The management is discreet and can help you with
    recommendations for local things to see and do


  • Dubrovnik’s Old Town is packed with tourists in summer,
    when it can get noisy too
  • The odour from nearby fish restaurants can filter into the
    apartments, and we’ve had one report of sewage smells in the
  • No lift inside the building, so there are quite a few stairs to
    climb – and you’ll have to carry your luggage into the
    pedestrianised Old Town
  • Bathrooms have good showers but no bathtubs, and some may
    consider the towels to be a little small. Plus there’s no outdoor
    spaces – no balconies
  • Room rate must be paid by cash only – Euro or
    Kuna accepted