THE OLIVE HOUSE
Your home away from home
You will find THE OLIVE HOUSE in the very end of a small village called Jakomici which counts only about 30 residents and where time stands still. Here you can find what apparently has been lost in the past.
The silence, broken only by typical noise of countryside, by farmers, by tractors plowing fields and by birds that might wake you up with their singing at the very first morning light. During the night the silence is just total. With the clear sky it’s impossible to stop counting stars when the moon shades her light on the whole valley, creating a fairytale atmosphere. Just a perfect and relaxing holiday, at The Olive House.
You can just forget everything, chill out in the garden, enjoying the nice view and relax completely.
In The Olive House, the third floor has two recently renovated and fully refurbished apartments. Each apartment has a kitchen, a large living room with a huge sofa, two twin beds sleeping rooms and a bathroom with shower. Each apartment is suitable for 4/6 people and the price is €40 per day per person, including breakfast and dinner.
A rich and tasty breakfast is available every morning between 7am and 10 am.
Free wifi is available in the two apartments and in tavern.
Dinning service is available on request, between 7pm and 9pm. We mostly use our own products to prepare the local and traditional Istrian meals.
Our garden invites to relax, two hammocks and several comfortable deckchairs are at your disposal.
You will find upon your arrival clean lined and towels, these can be changed on request during your stay.
We offer private boat tours and fishing tours for our clients at special discounted price.
THINGS TO DO
We offer exciting boat tours, in cooperation with www.privateboattour-croatia.com
There are many attractions close to our locations that you can choose among. In your room you will find all details.
"Perfect stay. The hosts are very kind, the apartment is modern, nice and clean. They also have a beautiful garage where you can repair and keep the bike safe."