Jelenko House - Bovec Holiday Home:


Jelenko House is a charming, comfortable, modern holiday house with 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a lovely bright living area with fireplace leading to large wooden terrace with stunning panoramic mountain views. It is located in a quiet and residential part of Bovec called Mala Vas or "Little Village" just a few steps from the very centre of town and in walking distance to all amenities. Bovec itself is not only an appealing small resort town but offers stunning scenery and is one of Slovenia's leading centres for river and mountain adventure sports.

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Jelenko House is located in a quiet residential part of Bovec called Mala Vas - Little Village in a lovely position with open views of the Julian Alps on one side. Svinjak mountain which locals also call Slovenian Matterhorn seems to be within reach of your hand as you soak up the panoramic mountain views from the wooden terrace. It is 350m walk to the very centre of Bovec so all shops, bars , restaurants and other amenities are in easy walking distance.
Bovec itself not only offers stunning scenery but is a mecca for adventure sports. The amazing emerald Soča river is just out of the town and there are numerous opportunities for white water rafting, kayaking, fishing  and other river sports. For mountain walkers and bikers there are endless opportunities for all levels; from gentle mountain paths to more challenging hikes up the peaks of Julian Alps.  Kanin ski resort offers further summer and winter opportunities and some of Slovenia’s most spectacular mountain scenery and is connected to Sella Nevea, on the Italian side of the border giving an opportunity for skiing in two countries in one day! There are other ski resorts short drive away. Please click here for a map / guide to these resorts.

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For day trips the charming historical towns of Kobarid and Most na Soči are well worth a visit as well as the Tolmin Gorge, and the stunning Vršič and Trenta Valleys There is also a wonderful lake just 20 minutes from Bovec over the Predel pass into Italy – called Raibl Lake; it is a stunningly beautiful and wild lake between the Kanin and Montaz massifs in the "forgotten" valley which runs from Tarvisio to Sella Nevea. 


Distance to the nearest…
Convenience store Bovec - approx 300m
Restaurant Bovec - approx 300m
Bar Bovec - approx 300m
Distance to the nearest airport(s)

87km to Trieste Airport (Italy)

113km to Ljubljana Brnik Airport (Slovenia)

Other useful local transport connections

30km to the nearest railway station in Tarvisio (Italy)



Jelenko House, Bovec is a bright and comfortable 4 bedroom holiday home, recently renovated and equipped to a high standard with contemporary fittings and furnishings. On the main floor there is a large bathroom, convenient kitchen and a large living area with fireplace. The living room is very bright and it leads onto the spacious wooden terrace with beautiful views. A large and stylish staircase leads you to the top floor where there are two spacious double bedrooms. On this floor here is a bathroom which has a bath with shower and shower screen and a spacious landing. On the ground floor there are two further bedrooms; one double and the other one with bunk beds and two twin beds and a convenient corner with wash basin. The house offers comfortable , well equipped kitchen, internet and flatscreen cable TV. As well as the panoramic wooden terrace there is also a small garden and parking area.


Official star rating



Up to 10 (house has a maximum adult capacity of 8, groups of 10 are possible only if there are 2 children in the party)


Bedroom 1: Double bedroom (with double bed sleeping 2)

Bedroom 2: Quadruple bedroom (with 2 single beds and a bunk bed, sleeping 4)

Bedroom 3: Double bedroom (with double bed sleeping 2)

Bedroom 4: Double bedroom (with double bed sleeping 2)

Sofa Beds

2 Bathrooms: Bathroom with a shower on the first floor and bathroom which has a bath with shower and shower screen in the loft.

Kitchen Appliances

A fully equipped kitchen that includes gas hob, oven, refrigerator with freezer compartment, microwave, cooking utensils, toaster and a coffee machine.

Living Room

Cosy living room on the first floor with 2 sofas, woodburner and terrace access.

Dining Area

Dining table in the kitchen sitting up to 8.

Garden / outside space

There is a small garden adjoining the property and a lovely terrace accessed from the living room with table & chairs and views of the surronding mountains.

Provided by owner
Bed linen, towels, tea towels
Entertainment and telecoms

Wi-Fi Internet, TV

Parking in front of the house
Accessible for disabled
High chair & baby cot are available upon request (free of charge)



Jelenko House, Bovec - Ground Floor


Jelenko House, Bovec - First Floor


Jelenko House, Bovec - Loft



Prices for Jelenko House, Mala Vas, Bovec, are from 110 EUR / night -130 EUR / night dependent on the season.



Base prices:

  • Low season 110 EUR/night (17/09/16-16/12/16, 07/01/17-19/05/17, 17/09/17-22/12/17)
  • Mid season 120 EUR/night (01/06/16-01/07/16, 20/08/16-16/09/16, 20/05/17-30/06/17, 19/08/17-15/09/17)
  • High season 130 EUR/night (02/07/16-19/08/16, 17/12/16-06/01/17, 01/07/17-18/08/17)


  • Last minute discount: 15% for bookings made within 1 week of arrival 
  • Multiple week discount: 5% discount on stays of 10 nights or more in all seasons.
  • Low Occupancy discount: /
  • One discount of highest value is applicable per booking


  • Tourist tax: 1.27 EUR/adults/night, 0.63 EUR children 7-18/night
  • Baby beds / other options: 1 baby cot & 1 high chair available free of charge
  • Deposit / payment schedule is stated in booking information under property calendar below.

Security deposit:

  • A refundable security deposit of 200EUR is payable for this property.

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Jelenko House

view from the terrace

View from Jelenko House


Jelenko House - Double Bedroom 1 Loft


Jelenko House - Double Bedroom 2 Loft


Jelenko House - Double Bedroom on the Groundfloor


Jelenko House - Quadruple Bedroom on the Groundfloor


Jelenko House - Bathroom in the Loft


Jelenko House - Bathroom with shower on 1st floor


Jelenko House - Loft Lounge


Jelenko House - Fireplace in the Living Room


Jelenko House - Living Room


Jelenko House - Terrace


Jelenko House - Dining Area


Jelenko House - Kitchen


Jelenko House - View from the house


Local Mountains


Esmerald rivers and streams the area


Kanin Ski Reasort



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