Ethno Village St George (3*)

Njeguši (overlooking Kotor)

About Ethno Village St George

Located on the slopes of Lovćen National Park in the village of Njeguša. A place to relax and enjoy; opened in 2018 offering a high standard of accommodation and quality of service. With an ideal location and beautiful natural surroundings - just relax and enjoy your vacation. With its altitude of around 900 meters and proximity to the sea, Njeguši is a real “Air Spa” where two climates converge, a place untouched by industry. Njeguši is known as the birthplace of the Petrović dynasty that ruled Montenegro from 1696. to 1918. Lovćen is the most famous mountain in Montenegro - the two peaks stand out in height: the Štirovnik (1749m) and the Jezerski Vrh (1657). On the Jezerski Vrh there is a mausoleum of the famous Montenegrin ruler and poet Petar II (Petrović  Njegoš).

The complex extends to 13,000 square meters with an artificial lake, a summer stage, a children’s playground and a wine cellar. The capacity of the complex is 15 standard bungalows, two deluxe apartments and a restaurant. There is direct access to walking trails and cycle paths; from the village you can visit Lovćen, Njegoš’s mausoleum, the old capital of Cetinje and Boka Kotorska (Bay of Kotor). The beautiful nature all around is a paradise for all those who enjoy excursions, hiking, walks and activities at sea and in the mountains.

Well-known poet Aleksa Santic called the Bay of Kotor the "Bride of the Adriatic"; one of the most beautiful fjords in the world, whose beauty no-one can resist. From Njeguša you can enjoy the beautiful nature and sunsets over Bok, or descend the hair-pin bends to the old town of Kotor and enjoy the centuries-old tradition that the town possesses.

This hotel is available as part of any tailor made holiday with Rediscover the World.

Accommodation: There are 15 standard apartments of high category; accommodation capacity of each apartment is 4-5 persons; all apartments have free parking with video surveillance and night care, free WiFi, room service, hotel laundry, air conditioning, TV, hair dryer (baby cot and high chair available upon request). Breakfast available at a small supplement. There are also two Deluxe apartments (4-5 persons), includes free bottle of wine, a fruit basket, drinks, water.

Facilities: a restaurant with a variety of local specialties, primarily Njeguški prosciutto and cheese, you can enjoy the best home-made food;  other local products are kaštradina, dried sheep meat, sausages are also appreciated, but don’t overstep the glory of prosciutto. Also you can find many meals that are prepared by traditional method of baking under the “sač or peka” - it’s yours to come and indulge yourself with the charm of local cuisine.

Njeguši as a place is famous already for air-dried prosciutto; there are dryers in all the villages and hamlets. Whether you come to Veli Kraj, Dugi Do, Erakovići, Mali Zalaz, Jaićevići or the Vrh Polje, you will find many households where the well-known prosciutto dries in an old fashion. Cheese from Njeguši is produced primarily from sheep’s milk (can also be cow or mixed sheep, cow and goat). Kačamak is a dense, strong dish that is prepared from wheat, buckwheat, barley or corn flour and served with cheese and sour milk.

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  • Lovćen Tour - Lovćen is one of the national parks of Montenegro, known not only for natural but also for cultural and historical characteristics. At the very top of Lovćen, there is a mausoleum in which Petar II Petrović Njegoš is buried. From the top there is a fabulous view of Boka Kotorska Bay and Skadar Lake. In addition, architectural relics are also famous Lovćen serpentines. The old road is from old town Kotor to Njeguši, a picturesque mountain village, where the birth house of Petar Petrović Njegoš is also located.
  • Explore KotorBay - This is one of the most beautiful bays of the world, made up of unique natural beauties. In addition to natural, it is also enriched by historical and cultural heritage. The bay is surrounded by beautiful cities of historical significance. One of these towns is Kotor, a medieval city, abounding with many valuable monuments. The other, but not less beautiful is the town of Perast-a dormant Baroque town that also has numerous monuments and unique buildings. From Perast there is a beautiful view of the two islands: Gospa od Škrpjela and Sv. Đorđe.

  • Skadar lake tour - Skadar Lake is one of the largest lakes in the Balkans, as well as the National Park of Montenegro, which is under the protection of UNESCO. The beauty of the lake attracts tourists from all over the world. The lake is rich in numerous islands of different sizes. It is also beautified by a diverse vegetation, along with a unique fauna that is rich with more than 250 species of birds.

  • Canyons tour - Canyons are one of the local oasis of untouched nature. One of these is the Tara river canyon, which is also the deepest canyon in Europe, and the second largest in the world. Except for its depth, it attracts the enchanting beauty and cleanliness of water. In addition to the canyon itself, it is also adorned with the grandiose  bridge on Durdjevica Tara, which is an extraordinary architectural work of modern architecture. The other, but no less beautiful, is the canyon of the Morača river, which in such a way inspires everyone who sees it. In some places, it looks like Morača seemed to grind the rocks with a diamond that was so polished that only mosses and lichens were accepted for the surface. Due to its uniqueness and unrealistic appearance, the beauty of this canyon is perpetuated on the canvases of many painters.

  • Lipska cave tour - Lipska cave is a true cave attraction, rich in diversity of karst features and provides tourists with a unique experience of the underground world. The authenticity of the cave lies in its wild beauty that leaves permanent impressions and makes the visit unforgettable. It is rich in numerous halls and galleries and as such, it is one of the most important attractions of Montenegro.

  • Monastery Ostrog - The Ostrog Monastery is one of the largest Serbian sanctuaries, located along an almost vertical cliff, high on the Ostroška greda mountain. It was founded in the 17th century.  It is dedicated to Vasiliju Ostroškom, who founded it and later he was buried there. Ostrog Monastery belongs to the most visited monasteries in Europe, and the believers of all religions of the world come to it. His beauty and position leave him breathless.

  • Other - Bicycle, four-wheel drive (ATV vehicles), zip line.

  • Classic (3/4*)
  • 10-20 rooms
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Family rooms available
  • Ideal for families
  • Ideal for couples
  • Ideal for walking
  • Ideal for fly drives



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