Quite an uphill climb from the town up to the Haus am Meer, though not the fault of the owners. The rooms at the rear of the property seem smaller and have no terrace or view, so to get the full benefit, I advise upgrading to a sea view terrace at the front.. Although there are public terraces at the side, it is difficult to actually catch the sun, for sunbathing from these somewhat over-furnished side terraces. Service could be a little erratic, but was rectified quickly as soon as anything was pointed out. For British tourists, the business of changing rates between, Kunas, Euros and the Pound was troublesome and having to pay cash in Kunas for the stay was a difficulty which turned out to be more expensive than expected. The misnomer by Booking .com that said on the one hand that Vat was 'included' and then, on the other, added 13% on top, was not helpful. Also, given that the only second language spoken was German, sometimes led to unnecessary misunderstandings.
Very friendly, very helpful hosts who treated us well and also took a pride in their property, which was clean and comfortable. It was good to have the use of a fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and the provision of a daily bottle of water was appreciated, although the tap water was safe to drink. wBreakfasts were varied and generally excellent. Views of the bay and harbour from the front of the house were good. It was nice that, because of the length of our stay, they cooked us a dinner one night, with wine, and also transported us to the airport. One day when my wife was feeling unwell, they brought us both home-made soup.