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House manual

Check-in and check-out times
  • Check-in from 15:30 to 22:00
  • Check-out until 10:00
  • Self-check in guests are allowed to arrive anytime after regular check in time
  • WiFi is available in all the rooms and is free of charge.

  • The host will change your towels every 3 days, and bed linen every 7 days, entire space is cleaned once a week. The guest is expected to keep apartment tidy and in good condition.
Before you leave
  • You are obliged to leave the apartment you rented as you found it upon arrival –clean, tidy and undamaged. All used dining and cooking utensils must be washed and sorted in the dishwasher and dishwasher turned on (if provided, otherwise should be handwashed), waste collected to the trash bag.  Electrical devices such as air conditioner, TV, lights e.t.c. turned off, doors and windows shut. 
Additional rules
  • Smoking is not allowed.
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • Parties/events are not allowed.
What We Provide

You can expect these items at the house, so please don't worry about packing them.

Note that if you run out of disposable items during your stay, you will need to let us know, we'll add more.


  • Linens
  • Pillows
  • Towels (except beach towels)
  • Hair dryer
  • Hand soap
  • Toilet paper


  • Trash bags
  • Paper towels
  • Dish soap
  • Dishwasher soap (in certain apartments)
  • Wipes
  • Broom and dust pan
  • Hand soap
  • Dishcloths and hand towels
  • Pot holders
  • Coffee pot
  • Coffee machine (in certain apartments)
  • Toaster (in certain apartments)
  • Pots and pans
  • Cups
  • Spoons and forks
  • Cooking utensils
  • Serving and mixing bowls
  • Corkscrew
  • Plates
  • Glasses
  • Wine glasses
  • Coffee mugs
  • Knives
  • Flatware

If any of the above items are not at the house, please call us so we can get them replaced.

Living room

  • flat screen TV, limited number of international TV chanels
Don't Forget to Bring

It's not an exhaustive list but here are a few things that we've found guests often forget:

  • Personal toiletries (i.e. shampoo, bath soap, toothbrush)
  • Travel insurance
  • Beach Towels
  • Plug adapters (more info here)
You will check in in a clean, tempered and equipped apartment and all relevant information about your stay will be provided upfront. This self catering apartment is cleaned once a week, towels are changed every third day and beddings once a week. 
A list of extra services include:
  • extra cleaning
  • extra change of linens and towels
  • transfers from airports or any places in Croatia
  • excurssions and trips
  • food delivery
  • luggage porter service
Ask for any additional service and pricing upfront.
You can get to Zadar by the road, by the airplane or by the sea. Favorable traffic geographic position, good traffic connection with state transport corridors make Zadar one of the best transport-connected cities in Croatia. 
In Croatia, you’ll find standard fare as in many other central European or Mediterranean countries (pizza, pasta, meat dishes, fish). All food is safe to eat as restaurants are regularly inspected. Fish and seafood is a speciality along the Croatian coastline, unsurprisingly – if you visit, you absolutely must try some locally caught seafood, especially oysters and mussels.
It is safe to drink tap water in Croatia.
  • This distinctive apartment is situated in a residential building in the city centre, neighbors are generally friendly.
  • Fire extiguisher is located on a stairways
  • There are no gas facilities in apartment
  • Safe deposit is provided free of charge, check instructions how to use it
  • Croatia is by far one of the safest counties you can visit and you will feel the same in Zadar too. It is safe to park your car on a public areas and thefts and burglaries are very rare.
For general garbage, just fill up plastic bag provided and leave it inside garbage can. If you would like to throw it personaly, you will find a green trash can in front of the building.  While there is no strict obligation for separation, we are encouriging you to collect glass and plastic separatelly.

Here are a list of the other numbers to call depending on what you need help with.

  • 192 – Police
  • 193 – Fire Brigade
  • 194 – Ambulance
  • 195 – Search and Rescue if at sea
  • 1987 – Road Assistance
  • 01 4640 800 – HAK (Croatian Automobile Club)
  • 11888 – Telephone Directory
  • 18166 – Weather Forecast
  • 18981 – General Information
  • 11802 – International Telephone Directory

The above numbers are listed as you would dial them from a Croatian number. If you are a visitor and need to call from a foreign number, precede the number with +385. +385 is the country code for Croatia. In calling a Croatian number that has an “0” at the beginning, remove it if also using the country code.