Villa Reed, a luxurious property, is situated in the charming seaside village of Trsteno. Just below the villa lies the lush Arboretum Trsteno, renowned as the oldest botanical garden in the region and recognized as a Game of Thrones filming location depicting the heavenly gardens of King’s Landing. A mere 18 km away from the villa stands the world-famous city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site celebrated for its well-preserved walls that offer magnificent views of the captivating Adriatic Sea. The city, steeped in rich history, showcases ornate palaces, churches, and monasteries, providing visitors with a glimpse into its fascinating past.
Surrounded by a Mediterranean garden adorned with palm trees and cypress trees, Villa Reed covers a total area of 1400 m2. The residential space is spread across two floors—the ground floor and the first floor—totaling 300 m2. Offering stunning views of the Adriatic Sea, the villa features a private outdoor pool, two spacious terraces with indoor and outdoor dining, an outdoor barbecue, and four parking spots. The air-conditioned villa can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in its 6 double rooms, complete with 5 bathrooms. Five double rooms are situated in the main villa, while an additional room is located in the side annex.
The ground floor of Villa Reed boasts a central dining room with a table for 12 persons, complemented by a fully equipped, professionally designed kitchen featuring a large island.
- Three modern luxury rooms are also found on this floor, with one bedroom featuring an en suite bathroom with a shower, while the other two share a bathroom with a bathtub.
- Ascending to the upper floor reveals a living room and two master bedrooms with king-size beds, private baths with bathtubs and showers, walk-in wardrobes, and small balconies.
- The living room opens to a spacious covered terrace, offering an ideal spot to bask in the sunshine and enjoy panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and the Dalmatian islands.
To the side of the main house, the villa annex houses the sixth accommodation unit, which includes a bedroom with twin beds (convertible to a double), a bathroom with a bathtub and a shower. Villa Reed is fully equipped with amenities, including wireless internet, satellite TV, a safe, smoke detectors, a baby cot and high chair, the services of a villa manager, washing and drying machines, a garden, seating and lounge sets, terraces, balconies, and an outdoor pool.
ABOUT TRSTENO AREA, DUBROVNIK, CROATIA
Where History Meets Natural Splendor
Nestled along the stunning Adriatic Coast, Trsteno is a coastal village that captivates visitors with its unique blend of historical charm and breathtaking natural beauty. Situated just north of Dubrovnik, this picturesque destination has become a sought-after retreat for those seeking a tranquil escape along the Dalmatian coastline.
Trsteno is renowned for its historic significance, most notably the 450-year-old arboretum located within the village. The Trsteno Arboretum, a botanical garden dating back to the late 15th century, stands as one of the oldest arboretums in this part of the world. Steeped in history, the arboretum features an impressive collection of Mediterranean and exotic plants, creating an enchanting backdrop that has attracted visitors for centuries.
Game of Thrones Connection
Adding to its allure, Trsteno gained international fame as a filming location for the iconic television series Game of Thrones. The arboretum’s lush gardens served as the backdrop for various scenes, transporting viewers into the fantastical world of Westeros. Visitors can explore the very grounds that brought this fictional universe to life, creating a unique and immersive experience.
Beyond its historical and cinematic appeal, Trsteno boasts stunning natural scenery. The village is embraced by lush greenery, offering a serene environment where the Adriatic Sea meets the land. The coastal charm is complemented by the village’s rustic architecture, creating a harmonious blend of past and present.
The Trsteno Arboretum
A centerpiece of Trsteno, the arboretum is a botanical treasure trove. Visitors can wander through the well-manicured gardens, marveling at the diverse array of plant species. The arboretum’s design reflects centuries of care and cultivation, making it a living testament to the region’s horticultural heritage.