About Miric Inn
Located in the picturesque village of Jezerce, the Plitvice Miric Inn is only a mile away from an entrance to the Plitvice Lakes National Park. Plitvice Miric Inn consists of 2 separate units, a restaurant, and a play area for the kids.
Accommodation: rooms are clean, comfortable, and have been recently refurbished. All rooms are equipped with wooden furniture, while some are decorated with wood-panelled ceilings and comprise a balcony. Amenities in each room include air conditioning and free Wi-Fi access.
Facilities: the restaurant features some of the finest local organic produce and meat available, along with fish caught from the river Gacka- one of the cleanest rivers in region. The owners pride themselves on the quality of the food and believe that local food is as much a part of your experience here as anything else. Everything is prepared in the traditional style, fresh daily.
"The Plitvice Miric Inn was rustic (in a good way) with delightful, friendly staff and very near the park. The weather there was shocking (heavy rain most of the time) but the cosy inn and substantial food made it all bearable. We would recommend the inn rather than a faceless concrete hotel any time."
P Duxbury, September 2014
"Hotel Astoria in Zagreb - Good; Miric Inn in Plitvice - Good; Hotel Mediteran in Zadar - Excellent.... other hotels - Skradinski Buk, Krka - good location but awful room. Hotel Palace Derossi - very friendly, good location, difficult parking, breakfast not so good. Hotel Croatia, Hvar - fantastic location. Hotel Kriva Cuprije I - difficult parking, great hotel and really friendly staff. Hotel Lero - comfortable and food choice very good. Fantastic choice of locations to visit in Croatia, and well organised."
J Parker, October 2014
"Arrangements were superb - no problems at all. Had a great time & loved the country! If we were to repeat the holiday one less day in Bol and an extra day in Mali Ston would be better. Hotel Ostrea and Mali Ston are an absolute delight! Top marks for Miric Inn, Plitvice too. Very friendly & welcoming and HUGE dinners! Dubrovnik old town was heaving with tourists, so staying some distance away at Hotel More was perfect. Easy to get to old town by bus so distance was no problem. Hotel Palace in Zagreb was good as was Mediteran in Zadar Thanks for the recommendations - they were spot on!!"
B Wheeler, June, 2015
"The other hotels: Hotel Monika at Trogir was good with very helpful staff. Villa Nora at Hvar was very good as well and well placed. Hotel Ostrea at Mali Ston was less satisfactory. We were put up in their annexe, on the ground floor and the room was damp, attracting mosquitos. We were moved up to the first floor after complaining. Reception here was off hand. Hotel More outside Dubrovnik was very comfortable, and good service. The bus into town was easy. In hindsight we would have preferred to have had three nights in Hvar and two in Trogir as the beaches were much more attractive around Hvar."
R Vaughan Payne, October 2014
"Most hotels were excellent and in good locations, although a couple did not reach the standard of the rest. The holiday was excellent overall and we hope to repeat the experience in the north of Croatia at a later date."
R Jermyn, Oct 2015