Step back in time and spend an idyllic holiday experiencing Dalmatian living from a beautifully restored village house on the historic island of Vis.
Price Guide 2017:
July & August €625 per night
June & September €562.50 per night
Low Season €500 per night
• 1 large twin/double bedroom
• 1 bathroom
• Large open plan sitting room and kitchen, opening onto a walled garden
• Master bedroom, en suite bathroom (shower and bath)
• 1 twin/double bedroom, en suite bathroom (shower)
• 2 hours per day (excepting Sunday)
• Cook on request
• DVD player
• Ipod connectivity
• Bose sound
• Wifi Air conditioning throughout
• Under floor heating in bathrooms
• 25 metres from sea (set one street back from the sea)
• Boat hire possible but subject to discussion with owner
• Restaurants and shops 2 minutes’ walk
• Fly to Split International Airport and transfer by car ferry, catamaran or fast boat to Island of Vis
Restored in 2005 by its English owners, Lime Tree House is hidden down a Venetian street a short 15 second stroll from the bustle of the village square. Stepping through the front door you enter a serene and cool interior; Brac limestone floors and steps lead up to the large open plan living room with lime-washed beams and wooden floors. Furnished with pretty marine and nautical themed fabrics and decorations, the owner’s love of the sea is apparent.
French doors open onto a wisteria and jasmine-covered loggia, where a large table and chairs is set for al-fresco eating. Relax on comfortable sun beds under the shade of the lemon and orange trees. The walled garden with the scent of lemon and lime trees is a haven of peace and tranquillity except for the soporific sound of the fountain at the end of the garden.
The bedrooms are spacious, and the bathrooms, with their marble topped basins and good size showers or bath, add a touch of luxury to an already comfortable house.
In the evening walk down to the water’s edge and watch the twinkle of the yachts moored off, or enjoy a drink in a konoba in the square or a meal at one of the numerous good restaurants.