Just come back from a week with my grown up daughters and one boyfriend; we'd been to the area before and visited but not stayed in Perast. I am so glad we went for staying in the village this time, it's so beautiful, and lovely just to wander through the alleys and beautiful buildings.
The house is wonderful, spacious downstairs with amazing views, and the pool and terrace area has the best views of anywhere I've stayed - swimming in what is effectively an infinity pool with the view over the town, the islands, the fjord and of course the mountains enclosing all is an amazing experience. The 2nd and 3rd bedrooms are quite small, two couples would struggle but for us (one couple plus two individuals) the space was fine, it would also be good for a couple with children.
Being late October, most of the restaurants were closed but we went to the Conte a few times which was always excellent; we also found a wonderful fish shop (too small a word for it!) called Cogimar, just south of Perast, which was a wonderful shopping experience with a huge array of fresh fish and shellfish, plus all sorts of condiments, wines etc.
It's only an hour's drive from Dubrovnik airport, so access is easy and flights and car hire from the airport are inexpensive and crossing the border is not a problem. Just go - it's the most beautiful place I've been - and stay here - at the moment it's probably the only place in Perast with a pool. It's also on the east side of the fjord unlike a lot of the Boka Kotorska holiday rentals, meaning a full day of sunshine and wonderful sunsets.
The property is even better than the pictures will say. The terrace area is spacious and offers excellent views of the Kotor bay, and the pool is actually bigger than what you see in the pictures.
The owner Mr Sinisa is very attentative and helpful, whe we needed some more deckchairs and utesils he came by within a couple of hours.
Perast and the kotor bay is very beautiful and would really recommend to do the climb of the city walls of Kotor, and the drive up to the small town of Njegusi.
Dining out in Perast can be quite expensive (we paid roughly 150 EUR for 7 of us when eating out), and there are only small grocery stores in the area so we didn't cook that much at home as it was a challenge to find the ingredients.