Guest information

Things to know about Krnic Kottage



  • Own parking
  • Three bedrooms with room for up to six people.
  • Extra sleeping place can be arranged
  • Cot
  • Equipped kitchenette
  • Large bathroom includes WC, washing machine
    and shower on the ground floor
  • WC upstairs
  • Two large terraces


  • per night 150 euros
  • per week 1000 euros

Half the price is paid at the time of booking, the rest three weeks before arrival. Payment is made to Swedbank, account number provided after booking.

Cancellation policy

100% refund of amount paid (minus a service fee of 50 euros) if you cancel at least 3 weeks before check-in.
No refund if you cancel less than 3 weeks before check-in.


Cleaning is included in the price
Bed linen provided
Towels provided
Free Internet on the ground floor
The whole house is air-conditioned one unit on each floor

Transfer from and to the airport can be arranged for a fee 40 euros per occasion

House rules

  • Check-in from 15.00 on Saturdays
  • Check-out until 11.00 on Saturdays

No pets
The house is non-smoking. Smokers are directed to the balcony or terrace

Distance to different places:

  • the airport 40 km
  • City of Bar 3.5 km
  • Tourist resort Sutomore 1.5 km
  • Beach 0.7 km
  • Grocery store 1.5 km


BAR is a coastal city in southern Montenegro, whose municipality has about 40,000 inhabitants. The population of BAR consists of 25 nationalities, which is why it is known for its multi-ethnicity. Bar is also the largest Montenegrin port and Montenegro's link to the world as it borders Italy on the Adriatic Sea.
The city's geographical location is between the Adriatic Sea and Lake Skadar. With 270 sunny days a year, Bar is one of the sunniest cities in Europe. It is surrounded by the high mountains Rumija, Sutorman and Lisinj. Due to the ideal sea temperature that reaches 26 degrees in summer, long hot summers and beaches with a total length of 9 km, Bar is one of the main tourist destinations in the country.
The old part of Bar, mentioned in documents from the 9th century, with its wonderful panorama over the whole city and an unforgettable view of the sea, is one of the many tourist attractions in the municipality of Bar. At the entrance to the old town, there is an old olive tree between 2000 and 2500 years old, the oldest olive tree in the world and the symbol of the city of Bar.