Perfectly located to allow you to visit Ljubljana, Bled, Bohinj and Skofja Loka, but also a peaceful, relaxing retreat that you may struggle to tear yourself away from. This perfect Slovenia holiday rental accommodation is just 15 minutes from Ljubljana international airport (perfect for weekend breaks), but all you’ll hear in the day time are church bells, and at night owls hooting in the forest.
There is lots to do in the local area - many walks from your door, the gondola to Krvavec ski area is a 10 mins drive away (summer fun park), tennis, etc, but you will probably want to take a few day trips to places such as Ljubljana, Bled, Bohinj, Skofja Loka and Kranjska Gora, plus explore the Julian Alps and the Kamnik Alps.
Chalet Lenart has two restaurants within ten minutes’ walk, and several more within a few minutes’ drive. There is a good supermarket in Cerklje, the very picturesque small local town, along with a butcher, baker, bank, post office, cafes etc. and a Tourist Information office.
We recommend hiring a car during your stay to make the most of what Slovenia has to offer (and to save yourself a hike up the mountain carrying grocery bags!)
We like Auto Europe car hire.
It is a peaceful, friendly, prosperous country, completely unspoiled by tourism, with stunning scenery.
‘From beaches, snow-capped mountains, hills awash in grapevines and wide plains blanketed in sunflowers, to Gothic churches, baroque palaces, historic castles and art nouveau civic buildings, Slovenia offers more diversity than countries many times its size. With more than half of its total area covered in forest, Slovenia truly is one of the greenest countries in the world - and in recent years it has also become Europe's activities playground.’
‘Imperious white limestone mountains, spectacular underground curiosities, sweeping vineyards, and a craggy coastline punctuated by historic coastal resorts are just some of the attractions packed cheek-by-jowl into this tiny country. And with distances so small, in a single day you could be hiking in the Alps in the morning, downing a few glasses of wine in a local cellar over lunch, and relaxing by the beach at the end of the day.’