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Great cozy place. Warm Hosts. Beautiful view and garden, 25 min walk to the old Town and very close to the bus station and port which is very convenient. The dorm is a room with 3 single beds, just enough place for everyone and the share areas are great. Nice retreat from all tourists, felt like home and living the locals' Life.
Lovely room and staff. Only two main problems. Firstly, you need to climb many stairs to get there. I did this alone with my 25kg of luggage and it was quite the struggle. Google maps led me in the wrong direction as well, so if you stay, be sure to get directions from the staff. Next is WiFi only works outside, not in the room or living area.
Lovely owners who were very helpful and friendly both before we arrived (e-mailing directions) and once we were there they were able to give us information about buses etc. They spoke good English which was helpful to us as we didn't speak Croatian!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Like many "hostels" in the region, this is more of a homestay. More specifically, you share an apartment with the other travelers, in the owners' lovely home up in the hills. The owners are very gracious, relaxed, and local, and make you feel comfortable immediately. The place is a bit of a hike from everything, though, so works best if avoiding the Dubrovnik craziness is what you want.
Really nice family run appartments, well equiped kitchen and nice terrace. The place is close to the bus station, the old town is a little walking distance away but there is a bus going every few minutes. Totally worth the money!
The place is nice with a lovely balcony and great views. It's a little bit out of the old town, but buses are very regular and you pay cheaper. We stayed there for one night and loved the place. The owner is also lovely.
It was a quick stay for us, and simply a place to rest our head. Unfortunately we had a drunken arrive in our dorm late during the night, who poked us to wake us up, which I wasn't happy about. However that isn't any fault of the hostels, simple the individual. The room was also very hot. The bathroom facilities were good, and the hostel was helpful with advice.
Perak Pero was a lovely place to stay, we felt very comfortable.
Very nice place to stay. Don't worry about how far it is from Old Town, it's only a short bus ride away.
The hostel is really located at a very secluded location. It is pretty tough to find your way to the hostel and many of the locals do not even know the existence of this hostel. You have to be prepared to lug up your luggage for 4 floors or so. The hostel is a propety that is owned by a family. It was pretty family-like and the host is nice in giving you tips on what to do. There is a kitchen, washing machine and toilet that you could used too. Wifi connection is pretty unstable.
I have nothing but praise for this place. I arrived very early in the morning but was welcomed in with a smile and cup of coffee. It's more like staying with a family. The annex I was in had kitchen, bathroom and living area. Great place.
The apartment is really nice on the inside, but there's only wifi outside, where there are plenty of mosquitoes. Also, to get there you need to climb some stairs, so if u are carrying a big luggage it's not the best option. The place is located very near from one of the bus stations, but not that near from the old town. The owner of the place is very nice but she doesn't speak english, only her daughter who wasn't there when i arrived.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)