Apartments Komac are situated in the quiet part ob the town just 200 mt. from the center of Bovec. There is a lot of space for children and pets. There are two apartments for 2 or 6 person.
Very quiet place and a lot of green...
I spent a week at the family run Martinov Hram on a half board basis (bed, breakfast and evening meal) This meant I didn't have much choice when ordering at meal times, however, all food was of a high quality. I only had to pay for drinks but these were well priced (just 1 Euro for a glass of local red wine)
I was travelling alone but my room was spacious and extremly clean although there was some street noise in the morning and the sound of chairs moving in the dining room below (I was on the first floor).
I found all of the staff to be warm, friendly and helpful. Infact, by the end of the week, I felt I was saying goodbye to some old friends!
The hotel was centrally located, couple of minutes walk to the supermarket, cycle hire, outdoor activity companies, cash machines and bars.
Martinov Hram is known mainly as a restaurant and the standard of food is very good. Evening meals are taken in the outdoor terrace.
Most people only stayed a night or two but the hotel catered for everyone ranging from singles through to groups of motorcyclists.
This traditional but newly built guest house is modern and impressive, yet authentic alpine. It offers rooms, a restaurant and sports/adventure activities, such as rafting, canyoning and paragliding. The location is magnificent, sitting near the beautiful Soèa River in a small village just 2km from Bovec. The food and drink is a blend of local and international: from trout, home-made ham and schnapps to pizza, schnitzel and Jack Daniels. For the kids they even have a 'natural swimming pool' outside.
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The best thing about this compact camp site is its handy location. If you’re arriving late it's easy to find on the main road passing by Bovec, a five minute walk from the centre. Nearby there's a large restaurant, pretty church and a sports/activity centre at the back. There are also lots of trees here to keep your tent cool in the hot summer sun and, of course, views of the spectacularly steep surrounding mountains
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All the students and teachers who took part at the Poletna šola stayed at the Hotel Alp from 14th to 28th August. We students had a half-board stay (breakfast and lunch) in 2 or 3-bed rooms, which was paid by our universities. Only the Slovenian students had had to pay 200 euro, therefore they were very angry.
The Hotel Alp has a "café" and a conference room at the ground floor, as well as a bar and a restaurant at the first floor.
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