We stayed at the Villa Ohrid for one night in late September. There is one apartment with an en-suite kitchenette, but it was already booked so we settled for an apartment with the shared kitchen.We had difficulty finding the guest house, as we did not have a map or GPS, but we stopped at a market in the Old Town, and the clerk telephoned the guest house for us. Sveta, the guest house proprietor, walked down to the market, got in our car, and showed us through the maze of cobblestone streets to the accommodation, which is right above and to the side of the ancient Roman amphitheater..We parked the car briefly to unload our luggage on the narrow street in front of the guest house, then Sveta got back in the car with me and showed me a public parking place about 150 yards away from the accommodation. Our room was lovely, with a large, comfy double bed, an en-suite bathroom, and a fantastic view of the Ohrid Harbor and lake. The room also had a small balcony with a table and chairs for enjoying our morning coffee and tea and taking in the view. We got on our computers for awhile, using the excellent wi-fi in the guest house, then walked down the street about 100 yards to the Gladiator Restaurant, where we had an fabulous dinner. The night was an unusually warm one, and the a/c worked like a charm! We had put our food in the refrigerator of the shared kitchen, and we were able to prepare a full breakfast in the morning.The Villa Ohrid was the bargain of all bargains at $29 USD per night, and we give it an unequivocal 10 of 10!