- Type Inland Dalmatia
- Category 3
- Sleeps 20
- Bedrooms 8
- Bathroom 8
- Min. stay 1 day
Enjoying the peace and quiet of a typical Inland Dalmatia countryside, this lovely agritourism guest house consists of several traditional Dalmatian stone houses scattered across a charming forestry estate. Accommodation is provided in rustic but tastefully furnished rooms with en-suite bathrooms and air-conditioning. 'Ivana's Morning Inn' offers delicious home cooked Dalmatian specialties prepared with fresh and local ingredients, mostly from its own produce, accompanied by tasty local wine and served in a typical Dalmatian tavern. The agritourism also has a small pool and offers numerous activities in and around the estate that will make you get out and enjoy the scenery. The location itself is just perfect if you want to get away from it all and enjoy an authentic rural experience, yet not too far away from top Dalmatian attractions, such as Krka National Park or Sibenik, at a 15-minute drive, or even Unesco-listed cities Split and Trogir The fabulous surroundings, charming accommodation, peace and quiet, tasteful food and, above all, the warm hospitality of your hosts will definitely make this a place to return to!
‘Ivana’s Morning Inn’ guest house offers accommodation in several picturesque traditional stone houses. Comfortable double and quadruple rooms have been decorated in keeping with the rural setting, with authentic vintage pieces of furniture. They’re simple, but tasteful, welcoming and spotlessly clean. Each has its own “theme” and is equipped with en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and terrace. Large and comfortable beds, starry nights, fresh air and pure peace will help you sleep like a baby. Good to know: Some of the rooms are suitable for disabled guests. Pets are welcomed.
During your stay you can enjoy some great homemade food, starting from the morning breakfast buffet that can be enjoyed in the garden. ‘Ivana’s Morning Inn’ offers daily home cooked meals prepared mainly from its own produce. Everything is healthy and natural, from the fresh ingredients and locally grown seasonal vegetables, to the home made olive oil and vinegar. Here you can taste many authentic Dalmatian specialties , from the “pršut” (world-known smoked ham), excellent cow or sheep cheeses and traditional freshly baked bread, to one of the most popular Croatian dishes: meat, potatoes and vegetables baked under the “peka” spiced up with some typical herbs from the family garden. No meal would be complete without a glass of good homemade wine, made from grapes from the family vineyard. The quality and authenticity of the food is definitely another bonus that makes this property worth visiting and that will make you want come back.
‘Ivana’s Morning Inn’ offers plenty of reasons to get out and spend time outdoor. The guests can enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding or fishing. Other activities include outdoor bowling, pool table, tennis courtyard and golf course, while in close proximity there is also a falconry centre as well as the paintball field.
There are lot of things to do in and around the agritourism. Visitors can explore the surrounding countryside, admire the scenery, wander around the gardens, rest at the strategically placed tables and benches or relax by the small pool with a good book. The entire property is well kept and full of lovely details which reflect the owners’ passion for the land and their heritage as well as their hospitality and care for the guests. Depending on the season, visitors can also participate in some authentic, refreshing activities. In spring, they can join picking fresh asparagus and other wild herbs, in summer you can participate in fruit and nuts harvesting. In late September or early October the traditional joint work grape harvest is organized on the estate. On clear nights throughout the year astronomical observations are organized for all those interested to see how the stars look like in this part of the word. Sometimes they last all night long, with an experienced astronomer at your hand ready to answer all your questions. And if you’d like to take the opportunity and learn something new while you’re on holiday, for one day you can even join our cooking classes and learn how to prepare some traditional Dalmatian dishes or homemade marmalade.
Unesco World Heritage Sites: Šibenik cathedral – 17 km Trogir old town – 70 km Split Diocletian’s Palace – 90 km
National Parks: Krka Waterfalls – 6 km Kornati Islands – 50 km
Natural & historic sites: Visovac – 6 km Waterfall Roški – 6 km Vrana lake – 32 km Skradin – 4 km Burnum Roman amphitheater – 45 km Drniš – 25 km
|Month||Double room||Single usage||Family room||Apartment||Additional bed|
|3,4,5,10||80 €||60 €||135€||150 €||20 €|
|6||95 €||75 €||150€||160 €||30 €|
|7,8,9||105 €||85 €||165€||200 €||30 €|
Prices shown are in € per day. All prices are inclusive of 13% VAT.
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Thanks to its position, a stay on this lovely agritourism allows you to combine an authentic rural experience with the classic sea&sun summer holidays or some serious sightseeing around. Located at only 17km distance from Sibenik, the agritourism is not far away from anything. If you like the sea, the beautiful clean beaches are within a 20 minute drive, if you like nature than the Krka Waterfalls National Park is at only 6 km distance, if you're into sightseeing then we recommend visiting Sibenik, or even Zadar (90 km), Trogir (70 km) or Split (90 km). So really, the location is perfect for anything, and everything is close: untouched nature, crystal clean sea, historic monuments and UNESCO heritage sites and it's only up to you and your preferences.