The 400-year old St Joseph’s is tucked away in a quiet backstreet in the heart of Dubrovnik’s old town, minutes from the beach. Whether you’re approaching from the Pile or Ploce Gates, you won’t need to climb any steps and the house itself is a delight. It’s been renovated into six beautiful, individually styled suites with every modern convenience. So you can look forward to rain showers, satellite TVs and Wi-Fi.
It’s easy to see why Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You won’t regret setting the clock early to catch the morning light and strolling along the city walls or taking a cable car to watch the Adriatic panorama of Mount Srdj. Or simply wander the meandering backstreets and marvel as every corner reveals a new enchantment.
Begin your day with a short walk to Gundulic Square for the wonderful daily fruit and vegetable market – source of ingredients for the signature St Joseph’s breakfast smoothie. Then, when you've worked up an appetite, you have your pick of the town’s many restaurants. As you will discover, Dubrovnik is now well and truly on the culinary map with fresh seafood a speciality.