Villa Hedonna was built in 2012. It is located within a fenced property of 16,000 square meters with olive groves and almond trees, on the slopes of the mountain Kozjak near the town of Trogir. Views to the sea including Kastela Bay, Split, Solta Island and Brac Island. There is air-conditioning in every room and also under-floor heating.
The villa is built in a cascade of levels extending over three floors.
The ground level has a kitchen, dining room, living room area connected with the study / library area on the gallery, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The kitchen is modern and fully equipped with gas stove, oven, microwave, two refrigerators/ freezers, ice maker, coffee maker, various mixers, kettle and a toaster. Other household appliances include an iron, ironing board, washing machine, tumble dryer and hair dryer.
The living area has a large L-shaped sofa, satellite TV, DVD player, home cinema and a Hi-fi. The gallery above the living room features a study and library area.
This floor comprises a bedroom with a bathroom and an apartment with a living area, one bedroom and a bathroom.
On the second floor is a gallery with twin beds. All rooms have access to the terrace and balcony area with garden furniture.
Villa Hedonna has five bathrooms (four inside the house, one beneath the pool and gym), each with a shower. The large bathroom on the ground floor also has a whirlpool bath. The property has a wine cellar, a gym. The bathrooms are all beautifully decorated, each different from the last.
There is a huge amount of outdoor space to be enjoyed with Villa Hedonna. The garden has lawns, olive groves, almond trees, a vegetable garden, summer kitchen with barbecue, dining area, a playground, outdoor shower and a bowling alley. There are also many places to sit and enjoy the sunshine on sun decks and terraces with plenty of garden furniture.
The outdoor private pool 10m x 4m can be heated and has massage features.
Minimum stay is 7 days. Changeover day is Saturday.
Check -in is at 4 pm
Check -out is at 10 am.
Security refundable deposit of € 500 is requsted on arrival and will be returned after departure inspection.
Trogir is a UNESCO world heritage site and regarded as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe.As you walk through beautiful narrow cobbled streets you can glimpse medieval churches with stone carved doorways, shaded piazzas, Juliet balconies, arched medieval windows with exquisite carved pillars and rosettes.Today Trogir is a lively tourist destination. Restaurants, simple and sophisticated, cafes and bars are located along a splendid harbour front that is busy day and night as well as in the quiet alleyways and narrow passages of the old town. The waterfront is a constant source of activity with sailing and motor yachts that are cruising the Adriatic passing through.