From a grand manor in Hvar to a villa steeped in Dubrovnik history, these properties in Croatia include sumptuous visitor flats that provide more room filled with light and life. Clean simplicity, open floor designs, excellent materials, and big land areas that invite us to unite with nature are all displayed across Croatia. Let’s have a closer look at properties with luxury guest houses in Croatia that you can enjoy during the long summer days and mild Mediterranean climate.
The Spectacular 7-bedroom 7-bathroom Seafront Oasis
The stunning structure on 3 levels has been recently remodeled from an old olive oil factory with its stylish exterior and large windows. Luxurious home gym and spacious interiors provide more rooms filled with light on three floors, while seven bedrooms, each one having a unique design, and boasting amazing sea views, are all decorated in modern style and traditional Croatian. Open floor plans make it easy for you to enjoy the beautiful nature beyond the living/dining room terrace complete with a built-in BBQ grill. The modern aesthetic of the house is in combination with the stunning sea views to create a unique living landscape that is not to be missed.
Mediterranean Style Villas with Underground Tavern
At the end of a winding drive on the island Hvar, this striking traditional stone house with a modern twist enjoys an enviable landscape. The property includes a five-bedroom main villa with areas for open-air dining and lounging, as well as one of the most luxurious guest houses. The impressive size of the property allows for entertainment and social events, including a dining room, stone fireplace, and a kitchen that opens onto the large outdoor patio looking onto the field. A large swimming pool and a Mediterranean garden instantly set you up for island life. The indoor kept a number of authentic features to add to its charm, with exposed stone walls, wooden beams, and stone flooring. A wine vault is also included in the purchase price. This is a very peaceful location where any construction work in the neighborhood is strictly permitted.
Amazing Stone House on the Pelješac peninsula
The picturesque Mediterranean island is situated in Croatia’s Dalmatia region and extends for 30 kilometers between the islands of Korčula, Pelješac, and Mljet. The unspoiled landscape consists of arid hills that fall dramatically into clear waters on either side. It has long been captivating visitors with its vibrant towns and fishing villages perched along rocky bays. Currently, this idyllic location features no hotels or resorts, but some houses do come up for sale! This beautiful house on the Pelješac peninsula is expertly equipped with a kitchen, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The verdant grounds boast Mediterranean gardens, mature trees, colorful landscaping, a vine-draped pergola, a 27 sqm pool, and a charming luxury guest house. The additional house with luxury guest rooms is situated on the same 3122 sqm patio with common areas for open-air dining and lounging.