This is a stone tower cabin in Croatia that you can rent for $188 a night (as I write this). From the outside, you’ll notice a cylindrical structure created from different size stones with beautiful ivy growing up one side.
When you go inside, you’ll find a living room on the first “floor” with a step-up kitchen. Follow the spiral staircase to multiple lofts including a dining room, two bedrooms, and two baths.
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Cozy Stone Tower Cottage in Croatia
Stone walls are super-cool! Especially inside.
This stone tower cottage lives so comfortably!
I could easily get used to this. Especially with that super-comfortable couch.
Wow, look at this kitchen! Modern AND rustic at the same time.
Is that a brick oven? Oh my! It DOES get better.
How’s that for a super-unique kitchen?
The dining area is just as special…
Maybe, even, more! How cool is this?
Wow, you have to love and appreciate how this tiny tower cottage is designed and built.
The bedroom level. And what… It keeps going??
Yeah, it does…
Still not quite sure what’s all the way up there…
But I know this… I want in!
Do you like it? Or too many stairs for you?
To me, it’s dreamy…!
The L-couch fits perfectly there.
The bathroom with vanity and mirrors with storage.
The shower is triangular. Saves space!
Did you notice how the toilet tank sinks into the wall? Saves space!
Have you figured out exactly how this layout works yet?
I honestly haven’t, but it sure looks comfortable up here. Especially with that little window open. Wow, look how thick the walls seem!
Cozy and comfortable at last. After a long day of adventure, maybe.
Wow, look at those views! It’s like you’re in a movie.
Breathtaking views (to me, at least).
How much cooler can it get?
Who are the lucky folks who get to stay here?
Medieval style door. Pretty cool!
Is that an outdoor brick oven?
Boy, this place sure has lots of character.
I’m so happy a place like this exists.
- Old tower turned into super-unique and awesome tiny cottage
- Located in Hvar, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia
- Old windmill cottage!
- There are TWO BEDROOMS
- 3 total beds
- 1.5 bathrooms
- Sleeps a total of 6 guests max
- Located in Hvar’s historic center
- Peaceful area
- Walking distance from the main town square
- Tower is luxuriously renovated and furnished
- Traditional building methods and materials combined with latest construction and technology
- Originally built in 1761
- The tower is protected by Hvar Cultural Heritage as a cultural monument
- Since 1971, it belongs to the Lorenzo Tudor family, according to the Airbnb listing
- The tower has four floors!
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Love the stone inside and out. I could see myself staying here and being very comfortable. However, the sink looks like it is a bit too small to be practical for washing large plates, pots & pans. Also, I’m left handed and I would be bumping my arm into the refrigerator all the time. I know it is just a rental property, but I like to cook whether I’m on holiday or at home. I’m sure it would work for most renters though.
Wow! Love this home, but I think one of my sons would love it more than me. He likes Gothic homes, especially towers. Would love to email this site to him, unfortunately, he’s moving away.
Very cool. Need a damsel and a bit of chainmail to feel right at home. FYI the shape is cylindrical not conical think soup can vs. ice cream cone.
Hmmm, I did not see anywhere this was referred to as “conical” — it was clearly stated as cylindrical.
My dream house!
Reminds me of something you’d see in the movie “Lord Of The Rings”. Beautifully done!
cylindrical not conical
Thanks, Jarl 😀
Aaaaaaaahh now I’m thinking stone tower tiny cabin. …….verrrrry thought provoking & inspiring, thank you for showing this to us. =)
Beautiful! Just like the country. For those who have never visited Croatia… its a beautiful, affordable and friendly place to visit? Myself along with 23 of my closest friends (lol) rented a yacht this last summer and sailed the Dalmation coast. There are so many of these great tiny houses to be found.
Nice Alex, however to many stairs. Not a fan of the dining chairs they look uncomfortable. Lived in Europe and as beautiful as the stones look it gets cold.
The secret to keeping stone warm is to keep the fire going. I used to live in a stone cottage with a coal fired stove for the central heating. It takes a week for the stone to heat up from empty house cold, but it takes a week for it to return to that cold after the fire is out. A low fire when you are out or in bed keeps a base, comfortable background temperature that you can raise during the day. That wouldn’t work so well in a rental, but its fine for regular life. Wood is less dusty than coal for cleaning.
I love this house. If only I could move it to Ireland and get a sea view.
Ah, yes. See? Curves are challenging, not ugly. This is ingenious and beautiful. But the ingenious inset toilet tank doesn’t appear to meet the IRC minimum standard of 15 inches from the toilet centerline to the nearest obstruction. BTW, this code is intended for the safety of the plumber, among other things. An option might be the S-trap toilet with its tank inside the hollow portion of the bowl. It only sticks out 16″ from the wall.
Lots of stairs for this old bird, but I’d love to give it a try for a couple of days.
Not averse to cylindrical housing, but the way the floors were laid out actually made me giddy. And not in a good way either. Didn’t work for me I’m afraid.
As for ivy… the bane of my life. If ONLY I could totally destroy it at my place. If only…
Another stone house, WOW! I love the set up, but my son would love it more than me. This is a type of house (tower) that he would want to live in, if he could find one in New Zealand.
oh my aching knees!
Wow….love the light clean uncluttered look to this place!…one of the best you’ve shown us, Alex…thanks
Beautiful with out a doubt…! I have seen a few of these here in the U.S. were old water reservoirs were used to be trans formed into houses like this one… And they to were equally beautiful I’d like to add…! Another useful reconstruction of a structure from the past brought up to today’s standards creating another beautiful house.. We need to see more houses built from historic structures in our community’s from those historical land marks that are being left to decay… The shame of it all is big business finds a lot of these structures to be on prime real estate for commercial use, and are unconcerned with it’s historic values…! Over pricing is than levied against these properties and make them unaffordable for the homesteaders and historic organizations to be able to further sustain these lands, and hence build a strip mall or shopping plazas in it’s wake…! Sad but true, fortunately this landmark was saved….!
Did I miss it, or is this place seriously missing places to store clothes, etc.?
I love the stone tower tiny house. Awesome! Its similar to the former grain silo tiny house. My two favorites
This would be like living in a fairy tale, so cool. I’m trying to think, Croatia, is that on the west side of Greece? I’m not super great at geography.
It’s east of Italy — and I only know because I asked my husband, haha 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
I think she was thinking, or referring to Cypress, instead of Croatia…! LoL…! But I can understand the confusion…
I think this would be a great place to stay for a couple of days. They did such a great job on making this a “house”. Only two things I would change — the bedrooms have no privacy and need some and those chairs at the dinning table. I guess they would force you to have good posture, but certainly would not be comfortable, but great to look at. Just a fun place and great for a rental.
Yes such a fun place to stay!
There are so many stones in that part of the world. Such a nice feature. Love this house!
This is beautiful. Chairs at the table are amazing. Kitchen is nice. Entire home is very nice. Outside looks like something I would dream about.
Yes! It’s very dream-worthy.