Julian Alps/where to stay?

Old Jan 30th, 2009, 07:07 AM
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Julian Alps/where to stay?

We're a family of 4, traveling to Central Europe in May & June. We find ourselves with an extra night in our itinerary in the Julian Alps (between stops in Lake Bled & Goriska Brda). I'm looking for accommodations appropriate for a family (i.e., not Hisa Franko, since it appears they just have double rooms). I enquired about a tourist farm apartment and was quoted a rate of 330E for half board for one night (!). We'd like to stay someplace nice in a pretty area, preferably near hiking opportunities. Any ideas out there? I'd appreciate any info you can pass along. Thanks.
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Old Feb 15th, 2009, 04:54 PM
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Old Mar 13th, 2009, 05:10 PM
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Topping. I am also looking for something in Kobarid or Bovac in early May for 2 persons. Something under 70 euros per night. Can't seem to find much info.
Please help.
Suffrock - have you found anything?
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Old Mar 14th, 2009, 07:17 AM
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We ended up booking the Kranjc tourist farm in Trenta. We decided to stay here because the entrance to Triglav National Park is in Trenta and it looks like a beautiful area. http://www.turizem-kranjc.si/en/index.html.
We reserved the Krasji Vrh room for our family. It's a four apple tourist farm (highest designation). The family is very responsive with email.
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Thanks Suffrock. The Kranjc tourist farm is EXACTLY what we were looking at. But... are you sure it is in Trenta??
Their web site says they are 6 km from KOBARID, not Trenta.

I have contacted them and requested a superior room (wanted the western mountain view) but they could
only give me a standard double. (guess they save the bigger rooms for families). Are you taking the half-board?? We want to stay only 1 night so must pay a 20 % supplement.
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Oops! You're right. I was looking at the wrong row of my itinerary. We're in Trenta the day before. We have to pay the 20% surcharge for one night's stay, but they're giving us a discount for the kids. We're doing half board. This is our only tourist farm visit on our trip, so I kind of wanted to experience dining there. If you stay at Kranjc, be sure to let us know how it is. We're there in early June.
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Heard again from Kranjc Tourist Farm. We will have the Samagrad (spelling?) room that faces the western mountains! It is a superior room and I am most pleased. We will also take half board - I have special diet requirements and they can accommodate me. Yea! Will try to post our experience when we return May 15.
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