About this listing
About Villa Mike.
Cernica Tutina 15
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Really beautiful property, where to spend your vacation. It's near famous Old Bridge, a historical Old Town in Herzegovina. The property gives you the possibility of doing lots of sports. We can accommodate up to 5 people! 3 bedroms Mediteranian style house with swimming pool.
This property is located at downtown in the main square, . The House, constructed in the 2010-Mediteranian style and has a beautiful architecture.
The rooms are large, cool to protect you of the summer heat and warm in the winter time, with a specific charm. There is also near bay hotel Bristol, public Turkish bath. Mediteranian House is located just 7 minuts on foot from Old Bridge.
When you will have dinner in the summer house you will surely appreciate the magnificent landscape of the mountains, but also the roses in the big yard and the murmur of the river Neretva from the back of the garden. At the end of a holiday spent at Mike Hostel, your only regret will be the one that you didn't stay here for a longer time.
- Garden side with palms for 30 people, barbecue, swimming pool.
- Rocking chair, lounge chairs, hammock
- Play ground for kids
Suggestions for activities:
- ping-pong, soccer
- Tavla, backgammon, chess, rummy
- Trips (there are many touristsâ€™ objectives and also a magnificent landscape which are enough reasons to make trips in the area). property organize trips for its guests.
- Preparing an amazing grill, at the garden with palms and swimming pool, near the river Neretva.
- At 25 km away is the most famous Herzegovina Waterfal Kravice.
- property organize activities for its guests
There is nothing like spending the summer nights outside on the terrace while having some drinks and listening good music. Mike Property with outdoor oasis, complete with a swimming pool, cabana and barbecue grill? Just think what it would be like to sit and have breakfast pool side, complete with deck furniture with a big umbrella, your morning coffee.
We offer private tours with private English speaking guide by private car, wich include Villa Mike pick up and drop off at chosen time.
Tour Mostar City.
Tour Fishing river Neretva.
Tour hunting winter season ( November - January)
Tour waterfall Kravice.
— Be quiet. Look, this is simple and clearly the most violated rule of rooms. From about midnight to 8 am, give or take, people are actually using the room for sleeping. Try to be respectful of that. Don’t have a huge drunken conversation with your best buddy in the middle of the room at 3 a.m., when you get home from an “epic” (email hidden). Don’t party in the hallway right outside when people are trying to sleep. Just shut it.
2 — Keep areas clean — you Mom isn’t there to pick up after you. Common areas, kitchens (especially).
3 — It is never appropriate to hear “Fire one!” in a dorm room.
4 — The dorm room is not the laundry room — Don’t string up a line down the middle of the room to dry your clothes. Even worse, don’t spread them out on my bed or hang them off my bed. I really don’t need to be that close to your wet socks after you got in from a five day hike.
5 — I shouldn’t have to say this, but don’t steal anything — Travel karma is a bitch and more importantly, there is a truly horrible place in hell for any traveler that steals from another.
6 — Speaking of travel karma, pay your tab with the hostel — A lot of them are cool enough to let you run tabs for staying there. Try not to ruin it for those of us that aren’t trying to scam the system and appreciate business people trying to make a living and make a traveler’s life a litte easier.
7 — Be friendly. Introduce yourself around — Hostels are a great way to meet people, especially if you are a solo traveler and for those of us that are mostly traveling solo, a friendly hello and an offer to go get a beer with you and your friends is quite welcomed.
8 — If you are leaving in the morning… PLEASE pack your stuff up the night before — Having someone pack their backpack at 5:30 a.m. is really, really, really annoying.
9 — Hostels are not clothing optional — what is the deal with 20something guys just wandering around all day without shirts on? Yes, I’m sure the girls think you are “all that,” but put a damn shirt on and act like a grown up for once.
10 — On that topic, sleeping naked is not an option, or at least, not an acceptable one — Last thing anyone wants to see when they wake up in the morning after a good night out is you rolled over away from your blanket, letting it all hang out.
11 — Carry a flashlight or torch when you go out at night — Coming home at 2 am and turning on the overhead light to find your locker and/or bed is completely unacceptable.
12 — Turn your cell phone ringer off at night — Some guys in my dorm room in Cape Town were getting text messages all night one night. Beep, beep. Beep, beep. Closest I’ve come to flushing an electronic device down a toilet.
13 — Hell, just turn the damn cell phone off entirely — You are in Bangkok and your emotional boyfriend wants to check up on your night out and talk about your relationship. You know where it is appropriate to have that conversation?? Not in my bedroom. At least take it to the hall, or better yet, the common area or outside. Check that, just book a flight home — I’m sure you two are perfect for each other. Start the marriage now.
14 — Buy your hostel workers a drink every now and again — Most of them are just fellow travelers working there for a free place to stay — they aren’t making any reasonable money. Offer to get them a drink. They deserve it for putting up with the idiots they have to deal with every day.
15 — Glad you had a great night out… Throwing up in the dorm room is unacceptable — You can make it to the bathroom. Promise. Or at least the hallway.
16 — You know why the food in the ‘fridge has a name written on it? Cause it is not yours. Don’t take other people’s food.
17 — I know we are now in the ones that make those of you that have never stayed in a hostel say, “really? People do this?” The answer is yes, they do. Don’t borrow other people’s things without asking them. That is not a community towel — I promise. And if I wanted you to watch my DVDs, I’d offer to watch with you. Just buy me some drinks.
18 — Did I mention to be quiet?