If absolute comfort, elegance, and relaxation are your requirements, Villa Rosemarine is the supreme waterfront villa rental. Built from the same white stone as used in the American White House and the German Reichstag, the villa has recently been updated to a high standard providing accommodation for up to 14 people over 3 levels. With an intimate atmosphere and luxurious surroundings brimming with character and charm, and within walking distance from the picturesque fishing harbour of Sumartin, Villa Rosemarine is suitable for a wide variety of age groups and personalities.
Rates (depending on season): from USD 9,152 to USD 14,300 per week, including taxes.
Location Located on the Croatian Island of Brac, Villa Rosemarine is a prime example of a traditional Dalmatian villa. Positioned in a sheltered bay the villa benefits from direct access to the pristine Adriatic and stunning south facing panoramic views of the Dalmatian islands.
Accommodation Recently entirely renovated throughout, the villa is beautifully furnished and exceptionally well-equipped. All bedrooms are individually decorated using soft colours and furnished using lush fabrics and white Egyptian cotton linens. Individually controlled air conditioning and heating can be found in all the rooms. A daily maid service will prepare beds and clean as well as provide a turn down service in the evening.
Dining On request the villa can be fully or partially catered. The cook can provide a menu with Dalmatian specialities cooked with fresh regional ingredients as well as a daily breakfast service.
All dietary requirements can be catered for. Guests have the choice of dining inside or alfresco. Alternatively, guests can sample some of the local restaurants nearby. Activities & daytrips Activities that can be organised at the villa include water skiing, wake boarding, scuba diving etc. Alternatively, guests can relax in the Jacuzzi perched above the sea. If you prefer to keep your feet dry there are plenty of options including lots of board games, chess, books, home cinema system, stereo system, satellite TV, Xbox, table tennis, fishing equipment. Or you could find yourself a hammock with a beautiful view and let the gentle sea breezes caress you into blissful oblivion. If you can tear yourself away from the villa, there are opportunities to visit the cultural sites of the island as well as the ancient cities of Split, Trogir and Dubrovnik. The fashionable resort of Bol with its famous beach is just a short drive or boat ride away.
Best time to travel May to September are the best months to visit Croatia as far as the weather is concerned, though July and August can be busy along the coast. You can swim in the sea from mid-June to late September.
Getting there Take a flight to Split Airport. Proceed in your hire car or by taxi to Split ferry terminal. When you arrive at "Supertar" (Brac) go past Selca towards the sea.