About Castle Voda
The picturesque waterfront village of Zaton was once an exclusive Croatian summer hideaway for local aristocrats. Today you can still visit the Dalmatian Coast and stay somewhere with a distinct touch of class. Castle Voda is one of the prime villas in Croatia. Blending contemporary design within century-old walls, it creates a unique atmosphere that refuses to compromise the building’s very strong heritage.
Built in the 15th-century and renovated in 2014, this marine-side villa is a short drive from the coastal city of Dubrovnik. Slick glass features merge with innovative light installations. Designer furnishings and smart technology add a touch of contemporary class to the venerable vaulted stone ceilings, timber bookshelves and period staircase. After a day by the sea, enjoy an aperitif on the ultra-comfortable roof terrace as you watch the boats drift into the harbour.
Castle Voda is cosy enough to feel homely yet spacious enough for larger groups. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor, close to the spacious open-plan dining area. The four deluxe suites on the first floor each contain a spacious living room, 1.8m beds and shower room. They are equipped with their own television, SONOS sound system and mini bar. And, of course, with rather grand views of the harbour.
The grounds allow for al fresco dining, swimming and relaxing in well-manicured gardens. This historic Croatian villa is ideal for weddings and special occasions: with its masterly blend of historic and modern, Castle Voda is where classic and class truly meet.