Villa Bis is situated in Malinska, a beautiful tourist resort on the western shore of the island of Krk. This family owned and managed retreat currently offers six luxurious apartments for 2 to 5 adults. However the house layout allows several couples or a large family to share several apartments, while still retaining their privacy.
A lot of thought and care was invested in decorating the Villa and as a result all of the apartments possess a unique combination of style and quality. Naturally, they are equipped with modern appliances such as satellite TV and air conditioning. Other services like the wireless Internet connection are also provided.
Villa Bis stands in three thousand square meters of private land which is entirely reserved for the guests. Guests can relax while bathing in the swimming pool, lying on a deck chair in the garden, having their own barbecue, or getting active playing badminton and table tennis. Of course, each apartment has several secure parking places available with an extra option of garage usage. Such benefits are rare and make Villa Bis a highly desirable choice for your next holiday.
Apartment 15 is located on the third floor and is the largest apartment in the house, capable of accommodating 5 adult guests. Its living room and kitchen are combined together and offer the opportunity for guests to gather around a big table and enjoy some quality time together, or maybe just watch some movies on a big LCD TV. There are three separate rooms, two with double beds for two adults and one with a single bed. Two rooms with double beds each have a nice private balcony, but there is yet another balcony on the other side of the house, which is exclusively available for the guests of this apartment . Since this balcony is situated on the top of the house, the views it offers are spectacular. In the apartment you would also find a bathroom with a shower, and a fully equipped kitchen.
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