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All reviewstop floorfreshly prepared breakfastsmall hotelold townthe penthouseeggs cookeda lovely place to staydining tablehistoric buildingfull kitchensplit airportlovely little hotelboutique hotelflights of stairsexcellent breakfastmeat cheeseno lift
Stayed here for three days this week. Superb B & B, excellent breakfast, Fil could not do more! Rooms very comfortable. Fil will collect and return you to airport also offer info on what to do during your stay. Two minutes walk to restaurants and...More
This is a a lovely place to stay right in the middle of the stunning little town of trogir. The building has been sympathetically restored leaving some old walls exposed where possible. The staff are all very friendly & rightly proud of this b &...More
Gorgeous family room high up in the rooftops of stunning Trogir- clean, beautifully equipped, lovely aircon. The people running this small hotel we're attentive, helpful and couldn't do enough for us. It's right in the middle of things. Wonderful.
A brilliant hotel, very professionally run, excellent cool rooms, right in the heart of the town. The hotel's restaurant was excellent too, a delicious meal in a beautiful setting. I would highly recommend you contact the hotel directly, their own prices are much more reasonable...More
stayed one night in old Trogir rounding off our Croatia holidays. the Hotel was tastefully refurbished and we got the Penthouse appartment, spatious with wonderful views, dining table sofa and a big bed. can absolutely recommend. transport was organised for us to the airport in...More
I guess you mean Villa Sv.Petar, not Qatar! No cars are allowed in Old Trogir which is on an island, albeit only a few metres from the mainland. The people I was staying with parked for free in a supermarket car park (which... More
I guess you mean Villa Sv.Petar, not Qatar! No cars are allowed in Old Trogir which is on an island, albeit only a few metres from the mainland. The people I was staying with parked for free in a supermarket car park (which was allowed apparently) although it was about a mile away (20 minutes walk). There may be nearer and better options, but I do not know about them.