Accommodation is available within the castle walls, allowing one to enjoy the tranquillity and slow pace of the old village.
Close to the Tower of Kobdilj, accommodation is available in two semi-detached houses. The rooms and apartments can sleep up to 17 people, while there is a large multipurpose room suitable for socialising, workshops or a group breakfast.
A large ground-floor apartment is located in the historical centre of Štanjel, only a step away from the famous Karst House. This attractive location enthrals with beautiful views of the landscape. The apartment is suitable for a short break or longer holidays.
t: +386 5 769 01 97; +386 31 257 937
On top of the Turn Hill, close to the prehistorical Gledanica hillfort, an apartment and a separate room are available for accommodation. The building in which they are located is one of the oldest in the village. A pleasant and cosy stay is completed by a view across the terraced medieval village and landscape – a perfect place for anyone seeking tranquillity.
The house is built on the ruins of a former defence tower. In the interior, one can still see details of the observation and shooting slits, along with a shelf for ammunition. Due to its iconic location on the edge of the village walls, it offers a beautiful view of the new Štanjel village and the Karst landscape.
t: +386 31 385 281
The old Karst house “Andreja” is located in one of the most beautiful spots in Štanjel, offering stunning views of the park, the valleys and the hills as well as the Church of St Gregory. You will find yourself in a place that gives a genuine feeling of peace. The breath-taking sunrises on the hills, when the morning sunbeams light up the house and the garden and warm the soul, are the highpoints of this nook, where you can truly enjoy tranquillity.
t: +386 41642 140
You can find accommodation in other places in the Karst.
Štanjel is a place of countless unique stories that enrich the experience of this one-of-a-kind medieval settlement. Get to know the architect Maks Fabiani and his works better, discover why flower wreaths hang on the front door of every house in the old village and much more.