Kambra is a pretty stone house with a garden, located in the village Pliskovica on the Karst Plateau in Slovenia. Not far from the Adriatic sea and not yet discovered by many people, it sits within a series of pleasant hills accented by small villages and specialised vineyards where you can taste some of the best wines in the world.


We have given an old barn new life, transforming it into a cosy contemporary retreat.


The refurbishment of the old barn carefully retained all valuable existing features, such as the roof structure, the stone and the window frames.


Between the old and the new a local vernacular is formed; a protected courtyard, the living room for its inhbitants. Hard and soft landscaping offer both sunbathing spots and a covered terrace for wining, dining and hiding in the shade.

Opposite the old, stands a new-built single storey structure, made out of exposed concrete, inside completely white.

The Land Between

Slovenia is a hidden part, a space between two different worlds-an extension between Europe and its ‘periphery’, the Western Balkans. Visitors have experienced the land different from other surrounding areas, the history, temperament, tradition, culture, language…a bit of an ‘old world’ in general. This is a welcoming, exclusive and unique place to be explored, 365 days a year.

(The Land Between. A History of Slovenia. Edited by Oto Luthar, ZRC Ljubljana, second edition, 2013.)


Discover the natural wonders of natural caves, the fresh alpine lakes or experience the charm of historic cities.


Whatever the season, the weather, or your choice of preference, there is always an active way to discovery.


Stroll up the riviera, explore the historic towns or visit the unique coastal castles.


Venture away from the city buzz and immerse yourself in nature along the numerous alpine trails.


Feast on the Local Cuisine and Discover New Tastes

Taste the wild Karst; dishes enriched with typical herbs and spices, the famous Karst prosciutto, dried meats, honey, cheese and fruit.


Take a day’s trip through Goriška Brda hills famous for its wine, cherries and olives.

Feast at, Hiša Franko in Kobarid by Ana Ros, World’s best female chef .

Visit the long and windy Vipava Valley, taste the wine and the sweet peaches that grow in abundance.

The Karst is a wine-growing region with more than 2000 years old tradition, where the most known dark red wine Teran is produced.

Culinary experiences and tastings are offered at many farms along the Karst Wine Road.


Discover the Dolomite Alps with their ski trails, or travel further west to the lagoons of Grado and Marano. On the way there, hunt for bargains in the outlet villages of Palmanova and Monfalcone.


Venture through Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic sea, located between the Gulf of Trieste and the Kvarner Gulf. Places to visit are Umag, Poreč, Rovinj, Pula and the Brioni national park.


Travel the Grossglockner High Alpine Road to discover one of the main attractions in Austria at 3.798 m above the Adriatic. Explore the countryside culture of the Karnten and Tirol regions.


High Season

290€/ dan
  • minimum stay 3 nights
  • up to 5 guests

Low Season

  • minimum stay 3 nights
  • up to 5 guests

High Season: June, July, August / Christmas Holidays / Easter Holidays

Low Season: September – May (excluding holidays)

Accommodation is available for five (5) persons; two bedrooms (with double beds) and a comfortable sofa. Baby bed can be added on request (free of charge).

The price includes: a village sightseeing trip in the innital days of arrival, towels and bathrobes, bedding/change, cleaning service at check out. Extra cleaning service – 45,00 €. Tourist tax not included – 1.27 €/person/day.

For longer stays additional discounts apply, please enquire. 

VAT is included.

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Set in Stone


MICOM EDU d.o.o.
Ulica Ivana Pengova 22,
SI-1230 Domžale

T: +386 41 691 609
E: info@kambra.si