The apartment is located on a cobbled street in the heart of old town Piran just a few steps from Tartini square. It is situated on the top two floors of a renovated old house.
On the lower floor there is a bedroom with wardrobe closet and a bathroom (approximately 25 square meters). The bed is 160 cm wide.
The upper floor consists of a fully equipped kitchen, sitting area with a pull-out sofa (sleep two) and a small bathroom (approximately 13 square meters). The pull out sofa is about 160 cm wide when converted into bed.
The sitting area opens to a rooftop terrace (approximately 7 square meters) with a view on picturesque Piran's rooftops.
The apartment if fully air conditioned and there are also electric wall-mounted radiators.
On the roof above the terrace there is a small 'altana' (wooden plato) you can climb which offers a great view on historical Piran with sea in the background, St. George’s Parish Church on the hill and Tartini square.
The apartment is ideal for (two) couples or a family of up to four people (which is a maximum number of people that may stay in the apartment).
During July and August the minimal stay is 5 days whereas during other months it is 2-3 days with exception when the period between two reservations is shorter.
Please treat this place as your own.
No smoking allowed within the apartment - smoking allowed only on the terrace.
As probably everybody on this planet, I am able to talk about myself for hours :), but when faced with the task of actually writing something down on the empty piece of paper (or screen in this case) I have a bit of a problem. Sure, I can jot down some basics about myself, but that seems quite boring.
However, to satisfy your curiosity I'll give you some information so you may believe I actually exist in the real life.
I was born in the city of Kranj but have lived in Ljubljana (capital of sLOVEnia) my whole life.
I have a lovely family that keeps me pretty busy, but I like it that way.
Before starting a family, my wife and I enjoyed travelling – well, we still do, but due to family obligations, we had to put it on hold for a while – and visited some interesting countries. The picture of me was actually taken in Spain during the best vacation we ever had – best, due to various reasons :), but I won't bore you with details.
In my spare time (hey, what's that again?!) I also enjoy cooking with my wife - well, to be honest, she does most of the cooking but I perform the eating part perfectly – and having a glass (or two) of fine Slovenian wine (honestly, Slovenia does have a very good wine).
So, there you have it, I told you it's not very intriguing, and I dare say this piece won't make it your top 5 most interesting readings (well, if it by any chance does, you should seriously reconsider your reading habits). However, you should get some perspective of me which is in fact the basic idea.
Have fun (and come to Piran :) )