200-year-old stone buildings in a beautiful setting, on the island of Hvar, near Jelsa.
The total area of the complex is around 2766 m2 and consists of the main house and a number of smaller buildings which, when fully renovated on the inside, would make for a stunning boutique hotel with the most amazing views down the Hvar coast.
The project has full planning permission and full architects plans for a stunningly unique boutique hotel which would comprise a total of 14 double bedrooms with en-suite wet-rooms, as well as a restaurant, 2 bars, swimming pool, separate locker room, showers and massage/treatment room and three 2 bed staff flats as well as space for office, kitchen, and laundry. The scheme has lovely gardens, courtyard spaces and sea views throughout
Jelsa is located on the island of Hvar which is a tourist centre on the north coast of Hvar, in a bay surrounded by forests, olive groves, vineyards and clear sea.
Hvar is island known for its pleasant Mediterranean climate with mild winters, pleasant warm summers and a large number of sunny hours.