We stayed 2 nights here on our recent Slovenia walking tour. Ariana welcomed us as if we were family guests and was a mine of useful information about our entire trip. Breakfasts were lovely and plentiful and Ariana also provided us with beautifully tasty and good value packed lunch for our second days walk. A lovely, easy going accommodation for walking in the area.
I stayed in an apartment in Hisa Kocka during a walking holiday in Slovenia. We had the warmest welcome from Ariana and her mum Antonia who sang us a traditional Slovenian folk song, they are both excellent singers. Ariana speaks very good English and was so helpful explaining things about Slovenia and what to do in the local area. We were made to feel very at home. The apartments are really well kitted out with kitchenettes and although our bed was a sofa bed it had a foam topper and was very comfortable (I'm very fussy and it was great!). It was also spotlessly clean. There are beautiful walks to do from the apartments and a couple of places to eat within walking distance. I would really recommend this place for the hospitality
We stayed here for only two days. The Lady of the house makes you feel special and welcome. She does this with a passion and you can feel it. So to make a long story short, if you are looking for a place to stay Kocka is defenitely a place to consider.
Although the accommodation is somewhat basic, this was more than made up for by the lovely location and superb hosting. Ariana and her mother, Antonia, gave us a very warm greeting. Ariana was excellent in providing information and advice - she really went the extra mile to ensure we were comfortable and had everything we needed. The breakfast was excellent - I only wish that I had asked her for her granola recipe!
We stayed here for 2 nights to do some hiking in the area. From the moment we arrived it felt like being welcomed in to the owner's home. We even got a song! Our room was for 2, and although not that big, was comfortable, and still included basic kitchen facilities. Breakfast was continental, with a local theme, plus eggs, and all perfectly nice. It was only a short walk to the pizzeria, and about 15 minutes across the path through the meadow to a restaurant by a lake. Both worth visiting.