Hotels in Slovenia
Raduha, Logarska Dolina
A charming - and in places quirky - accommodation nuzzled into one of Slovenia's prettiest valleys, plus a very fine restaurant make this a unique holiday destination.
Raduha boasts two absolutely stunning types of accommodation, both of which were designed by a visionary architect.
The Hayrack - although it looks like a traditional wooden structure from a distance - is actually almost encased in glass, making you feel even closer to nature than you already are.
The Little Tree Houses are exactly that: an apartment in a tree, which is about as close to nature as you can get.
Both accommodations are fitted and kitted with the very best furniture, bathrooms and sleeping arrangements.
The main house also has five single and six double rooms.
The restaurant - one of Slovenia's finest - is run by the owner, Martina Breznik... as it was by her mother... and her mother before that. Oh, and her mother before that!
However, don't think that marks it as one of those 'cook it thick and serve it big' establishments so beloved of the tourist board. Here's what Martina says about herself - if you don't want to eat her food after this...
My credo: I am a lover of shapes, colours, scents and flavours. It is no coincidence that the expression “good taste” has spread into all branches of art and life. I do my best to make the dishes speak for themselves and for me. Through well-made dishes I try in my own way to convey nature to my guests (with a little spice of course). Constant imagination and inventiveness are in the nature of the chefs. As I want to combine my culinary knowledge, tradition and innovation, I am in constant search for new ideas and flavours. Tradition is a kind of wealth, for which I feel deep respect and try to pass on to the next generation.
Martina also offers cooking workshops - so why not get back from your holiday knowing a little more than you went with? Prices are around 130 euros, including five courses. Companions get to eat your food for 70 euros.
|We guarantee the best rates offered by the hotel, at any time of the year.|
Tree House or Barn
Tourist tax: 1 euro/person/night
|Price includes||Buffet breakfast, daily cleaning, daily linen/towel change.|
|Cancellation||You will be notified of the hotel's cancellation policy when you confirm your booking.|
Price/night per: room
Euros: 72 - 238
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Central heating & AC
Ljubljana: 50 min
Trieste: 100 min
Klagenfurt: 100 min
Venice: 180 min
Zagreb: 100 min
Lake Bled: 60 min
Postojna: 60 min
Logarska Dolina: 20 min
Ljubljana: 40 min
In the summer, shorts, frocks, T-shirts, sandals (or sturdy shoes or boots if you're off walking), something warmer for the evenings and something waterproof in case it rains. In winter: wrap up!
More than welcome.
Raduha is open all year.
Summers are warm - July and August are the hottest months, with daytime temperatures around 25C, while during spring and autumn you can expect around 15-20C.
Winters can be very cold indeed, with deep snow sometimes between December and March.
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