Luxury cabin Slovenia “Hidden Pearl”

This private luxury cabin (Slovenia) coffers you peace, relaxation and one of the most beautiful views in the whole valley of Jezersko. We named it Hidden Pearl as we wanted to offer it to those who want to unplug, relax, recharge, breathe the fresh mountain air and enjoy the breathtaking views on the magnificent peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. In the luxury cabin, there is a place for up to 3 adults and 2 children. Our luxury cabin Slovenia has a kitchen with a dining area, bathroom, bedroom and a beautiful terrace that offers the view on the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.


1. 9. − 30. 6. = 140 EUR / per night

1. 7. − 31. 8. = 150 EUR / per night

23. 12. − 2. 1. = 160 EUR / per night

For all of our guests we offer:

> Free parking

> Free WI-FI

> Free use of open-air kitchen

> Free linen and towels (for guests of Rooms, Cottage and wooden glamping houses)

> Use of washing and drying machine (5 EUR)

The tourist tax is not included in the price (2 EUR for adults and 1 EUR for a child up to 18 years.


Luxury cabin “Hidden Pearl”

Peace, tranquility and one the best views in Jezersko. We named this luxury cabin in Slovenia the Hidden Pearl as it offers the perfect escape from your busy life. Enjoy our luxury cabin Slovenia.

Can accommodate up to 5 persons


140 EUR
per night

Reviews from our guests (from all over the world)

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“I love Jezersko and this new luxury cabin Slovenia made my stay perfect. I used to come to Jezersko only in the summertime, but now I know there is so much to do in the wintertime as well (sledging, cross country skiing, ice skating) I will come in the cosy cold period as well. The little cottage is so cute, perfect views, a lot of privacy and the owners Tanja and Jure are the best. They do whatever they can to make my stay unforgettable. I even went to their bar (Stara Posta) to taste some of their homemade herbal liquors and tea. A visit to Jezersko always brings me peace in my heart. The nature is amazing, and I love hiking in the mountains.”
Martine, Netherlands