Inside Croatia’s cutest cottage

22 Jul

If I didn’t have to be in wet and windy London this weekend, I’d definitely be here…

{Damir Zizic via Kuchica}

Kuchica, which means ‘little house’ in Croatian, nestles in the lush hillside near Zagreb. Lovingly restored with flea market finds, rustic colours and bare minimum of fuss, the 100 year old cottage can be rented for holidays by those that value the simpler things in life. I admit the sleeping arrangements aren’t terribly romantic, but I can’t imagine a more idyllic place for a getaway – take the test here to see if Kuchica would suit you!

What do you look for in the perfect break? Does somewhere this basic appeal to you or are you boutique chic all the way?

4 Responses to “Inside Croatia’s cutest cottage”

  1. Michelle Y July 25, 2011 at 14:51 #

    I wish I found out about this place before I booked all my holiday bits. Back in South Africa my mom had one of those gorgeous Singer Sewing machine tables (the picture under the food)… I wonder how much it would cost to bring it here…?


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