Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1
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Coliving in a medieval town - Double room 1

€252/month
1 Bedrooms
0 Bathrooms
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2 people
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Stay <br> <br>About the accommodation <br>Located on the first floor, this modern 16m2 room with a king size bed and beautiful hardwood floors is the right choice for a peaceful stay.<br><br>It comes with a private bathroom equipped with a shower and it’s furnished with both a spacious wardrobe and a comfy armchair paired with a footstool.<br><br>Get work done at your desk and office chair, while enjoying the sunlight coming from the large window!<br><br>Good to know:<br>- AC included<br> <br><br>Up to 2 people <br> <br>Property <br>Looking for a quiet getaway in a charming medieval town, surrounded by magnificent mountains and the Mediterranean sea? Then this coliving space in the middle of Kotor’s old town is the stay you’ve been looking for.<br><br>SHARED SPACES<br>This stay is located in a 200 years old building and it was renovated to offer several cozy areas for digital nomads and remote workers to live and work at their best.<br><br>Take advantage of the communal kitchen to prepare your meals - alone or with other people. Enjoy a laugh in one of the lounge/TV areas, while watching your favorite Netflix show since the stay has a full subscription available to the guests.<br><br>A coworking space isn’t available just yet, however the hosts have booked a few places in a new co-working space that will be open from October 2021. The co-working area is just a 2-minute walk from us<br><br>COMMUNITY & ACTIVITIES<br>This coliving is all about welcoming a wide diversity of professionals and presenting them with the facilities and activities to connect with each other.<br><br>The usual community dinners are a great opportunity for the guests to prepare meals together and even share recipes from their home countries. If you’re up to even more socialization, the lounge/TV areas are more than welcome to organize social gatherings such as movie nights or board games!<br><br>The hosts also organize yoga classes, group training, SUP, kayak tours and hikes in the beautiful mountains surrounding the stay.<br><br>VISION<br>This coliving space has the inherent belief that sharing a mutual space with like-minded people in an inspiring surrounding with a clean and pristine nature results in funky creativity, boosted productivity, and so-wanted conviviality. <br><br>It strives to bring a diverse community of professionals to Kotor all year round, yet at the same time, providing them with inspiring and productive working conditions while having a chance to meet new people, interact with locals, and explore the surroundings. Just remember to live by their community values: be open, be respectful, give a hand, keep learning, think green, and stay foolish.<br><br>GOOD TO KNOW<br>Important:<br>- Up to 13 rooms, occupying 3 apartments<br>- 1 min walk to the closest grocery store/restaurant<br>- Netflix subscription in lounge area<br>- On-site laundry<br>- 24/7 online concierge<br>- Full-pedestrian town<br><br>Included in the price:<br>- Bedroom essentials <br> <br>Work features <br>- Great WiFi (25-100 Mbps down)<br>- Both shared and private workspaces <br> <br>Home features <br>- Shared kitchen<br>- Washing machine<br>- Vegetarian friendly<br>- Vegan friendly<br>- Children friendly<br>- Pet friendly<br>- A/C <br> <br>Activities available onsite <br>- Conferences<br>- Creative hub activities <br> <br> <br>Area <br> <br>Activities in the area <br>- Hiking<br>- Swimming<br>- SUP<br>- Climbing<br>- Trail running<br>- Kayaking<br>- Canyoning<br>- Cycling<br>- Birdwatching<br>- Sailing <br> <br>Flora and fauna <br>Montenegro is located in the Balkan West central region in the Dinaric Alps’ Southern end and its flora and fauna are very rich and diverse. <br><br>FLORA<br>The flora of Montenegro is one of the most diverse of any comparable-sized temperate or subtropical region in the world. Inland, the lower reaches of valleys and canyons are characterized by deciduous forest including ash (Fraxinus excelsior) and various species of oak. At higher levels these increasingly give way to beech (Fagus sylvatica) and then conifers. Fun fact: The country hosts the world’s oldest olive tree.<br><br>FAUNA<br>The sparsely populated country is a vast wildlife ecosystem. There is a variety of predatory wild animals, peaceful creatures, insects, fish, and birds. You can find over three hundred animal species, including some that are rare elsewhere. Montenegro is the only country in Europe with the bird sanctuary hosting a pelican breeding site. The lake ranges in carp and trout and its usual guests are herons, sea ravens and black ibises. <br><br>The wild truly run free in Montenegro. You’ll find wildlife that includes wolves, bears, snakes. The country is also considered a Mecca for bird watchers and its official animal is the imperial eagle! <br> <br>Social ecosystem <br>EXPERIENCE THE LOCAL LIFE<br>The old town of Kotor is a magical Montenegrin town located at the base of the Bay of Kotor with a great number of monuments of medieval architecture: churches, cathedrals, palaces, and museums. Its beauty is complemented with the multitude of narrow streets, squares, and markets.<br><br>The first time you enter the old town you may feel like you are in a maze trying to find your way out - the first thing to do is to get a map! The most enjoyable way to experience Kotor is to walk through the winding streets and see what you can discover on foot.<br><br>While you are walking through the narrow roads of this medieval town, you’ll get the feeling of going back in time. One of the best ways to enrich this atmosphere is eating cevapi, a traditional Montenegrin cuisine, to feel like a local. <br><br>To experience the stunning view over Kotor, skip the 8€ entry fee and instead of hiking from the old town make a five minute detour to the “Kotor Fortress Trail” just outside of the city walls and hike for free.<br><br>Local legends say Kotor was built with the help of the Greek fairy Alkima and some say you can find her living in the Vilenica cave, high in the hills of Mount Sveti Ivan near Pestingrad, where she waits for Poseidon to forgive her.<br><br>Don’t forget to adventure yourself in one of the many sports the town offers, such as swimming, climbing, trail running, cycling, birdwatching and sailing. <br><br><br>DIVE INTO THE DIGITAL NOMAD SCENE<br>Montenegro is still a bit off the radar for digital nomads, but that has been gradually changing and it deserves to be much higher on the list - for both its lifestyle and incredible nature.<br><br>Co-working is relatively new there but there are a few spaces: <br>- Tivat has the Innovation Center at Porto Montenegro, plus Playworking (a co-working and co-living space on the Luštica Peninsula) - both under 20 min away by car<br>- Herceg Novi has Kolektiv Novi (1h away by car)<br>- Podgorica has three co-working spaces: Digitalna Fabrika (which is completely free), WorkHub and Nest (1h30 away by car)<br><br>As it’s a small country, and a pretty unknown destination for nomads, there aren’t a lot of English-speaking meetups so it’s a better destination for exploring nature or putting your head down and getting work done. That said, the area around Tivat and Kotor tends to have the most English-speaking nomads and expats who moved to Montenegro by choice.<br><br>If you’re keen on enjoying your accommodation, the stay organizes both international conferences and creative hub activities to all digital nomads and remote workers in the area. <br> <br> <br>Practical <br> <br>How to get there <br>Closest airport: Tivat<br>How to get to the accommodation from the airport:<br>- 10 min taxi ride<br><br>Old town of Kotor is a strictly pedestrian area, and the stay is located just a 2-minute walk from the main entrance.

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Smoking not allowed
Events not allowed

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