Tucked between two streets and not to far away from The Od Town, lies heritage property Villa Revelin - Dubrovnik's best-kept secret !
It’s often bypassed en route to the larger and more famous villas near Ploce Gates, but here you get an added bonus – it's an easy stroll from Revelin Fortress, Old Town or Banje beach. As many other properties in Dubrovnik, Villa Revelin respects the existing character of the house and the surrounding area. When previous owners set out to renovate it, they sought to restore the beautiful features of the villa and, at the same time, modernise the living spaces – essentially combining the period features on the inside/outside with modern living and creature comforts inside. As we come to a new appreciation of the value of our heritage properties, there is a growing trend to restore these homes by using design principles that move them into the 21st century.
Villa Revelin perfectly meets the needs of today's luxury lifestyle and still maintains the essence of an older home. Miraculously, it’s managed to remain off the tourist radar. Here you can sleep in four luxurious bedrooms, hidden among the mediterranean vegetation and wake up to show-stopping views of the Adriatic Sea. Why not make it a favorite summer escape!
You can enjoy your stay in the many oudoor spaces, where you get a private swimming pool ( 7 x 4 m), outdoor dining area plus terrace with chairs and sunbeds. There is also Wellness Center adjacent to the main villa, consisting of gym equipment, sauna cabin, Jacuzzi spa and shower.
Indoor villa features 4 bedrooms with contemporary en-suite bathrooms (two bedrooms are on ground floor and two on upper floor), a large dining area comfortably seating 8 people, fully equipped kitchen with a wine chiller cabinet.
This is a gorgeous villa in an excellent location. Dubrovnik is one of our favorite places where September, October, and sometimes even November are in fact better—dare we say, even summerier—than June through August. The crowds are fewer and the weather is still perfect. Consider this your green light to slip away and spend five days in September or early October, devoting a full day to stunning architecture of Dubrovnik, complete a stroll around the city walls, see a hilltop above that is accessible by cable car or simply bring your family/friends together to tuck into some local delights and raise a glass of Croatian wine.