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Gostilna Pri Martinu - Kranjska Gora guest house

 
 
INTRODUCTION

Pri Martinu is a charming traditional family run alpine gostilna (inn) just a short walk from the centre of Kranjska Gora and the ski pistes. Focusing around a popular restaurant serving excellent hearty alpine food, the Pri Martinu (meaning "Chez Martin" in Slovenian) also offers a few good value comfortable, well proportioned, ensuite rooms, which we highly recommend.

 

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LOCATION

The Pri Martinu guest house is located a few minutes walk to the centre of Kranjska Gora in a quiet area. The building has views on to the Julian Alps from the rear. To the ski slopes it is just a 400m walk from the guest house..

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LOCATION INFO
Distance to the nearest… Sights The guest house is just moments form the centre of Kranjska Gora and is next to an interesting local museum.
Restaurants Excellent restaurant on site, various others in local area
Bars Excellent restaurant on site, various others in local area
Distance to the nearest airport(s)

70km to Ljubljana Airport

50km to Klagenfurt airport (Austria)

Other useful local transport connections

Bus connections to Ljubljana and other destinations around Slovenia are available from the local bus station a few minutes walkfrom the hotel. The nearest train station is at Jesenice in Slovenia, Villach in Austria or Tarvisio in Italy - all 20-30 mins drive away.

THE ACCOMMODATION

The Pri Martinu focuses around the busy restaurant, but the rooms upstairs offer excellent value for the quality and their proximity to the centre of Kranjska Gora.

 

ACCOMMODATION INFO
Stars ****
No. of bedrooms  
Bathrooms

All with ensuite bathrooms

Restaurant / bar

There is an excellent restaurant on site, serving hearty alpine food, perfect for those cold Winter evenings. It is a very popular restaurant with tourists and locals so always has a lively atmosphere.

Garden / outside space / balcony

The restaurant has a covered terrace for use in the Summer. There is no garden and rooms do not have balconies.

 

Views Some rooms have mountain views.
Entertainment & telecoms

Cable TV in every room

Parking

On site parking

Other facilities

 

Other

 

 

 

PRICES

Prices for Pri Martinu Kranjska Gora. Prices last updated July 2013. Please contact us for current quote.

 

BOARD TYPE PRICE (€ / NIGHT)
Per person / night B&B 30-35
Per person / night half board 40-45
  • Prices do not include tourist tax (€1.27 / adult / night & 0.64 EUR / child aged 7-18 / night).
  • All prices subject to agreement in writing at the time of booking
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Gostilna Pri Martinu Kranjska Gora

Gostilna Pri Martinu Kranjska Gora

View from room at Gostilna Pri Martinu

View from room at Gostilna Pri Martinu

Rustic alpine style restaurant

Rustic alpine style restaurant

Restaurant at Pri Martinu guest house

Restaurant at Pri Martinu guest house

Room at Pri Martinu guest house Kranjska Gora

Room at Pri Martinu guest house Kranjska Gora

Room at Pri Martinu guest house Kranjska Gora

Room at Pri Martinu guest house Kranjska Gora

Restaurant at Pri Martinu

Restaurant at Pri Martinu

Centre of Kranjska Gora

Centre of Kranjska Gora

 

 

 

 

 

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