This boutique hotel has 16 double rooms and 4 multiple suites...: for sale


This boutique hotel has 16 double rooms and 4 multiple suites...

Srpenica, Bovec, Slovenia

NEGOTIABLE

1 300 000 USD

Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent
Agent Cellphone: 0844131071
Agent Office Number: 0617166951
Agent Email Address: cliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.co.za
Type: Boutique Hotel
Bedrooms: 20
Bathrooms: 20
Showers: 20
Parking: 20
Yield: Not Disclosed


Srpenica is a village on the right bank of the Soca River in the Muncipality of Bevec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlet of Brezovo, which was abandoned after the Second World War.

Srpenica was attested in written records in 1496 as Sterpeniza. The name is probably derived from a Romance reflex of the Latin word stirps 'tree, bush, root', which is preserved in Italian sterpo 'bushes, roots that have died off' and in Ladin šterp 'brambles, brush litter'. A less likely theory derives the name from the Ladin common noun stirpe 'sterile cow'.

History

From the mid-18th century onward, many residents of the village made a living by peddling. Others traditionally worked outside the village as seasonal labor. Nearly the entire village was destroyed by a fire in 1905, after which 10 houses were not rebuilt. Before the First World War, there were nine inns in the village. The village was not destroyed like others in the area during the First World War, although houses in poor condition were razed by the military and the narrowest streets were widened. During the war, the entire population was evacuated to Piedmont, from which they returned in 1919. After the Second World War, many of the residents emigrated, resulting in several abandoned and decaying houses in the village.

Church

View from northwest
Church interior
Saint Florian's Church

The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Florian. The church stands in the center of the village and was built in 1755 following plans by the architect Janez Valentinčič. An earlier structure at the site was built after 1474. The church has a poloygonal chancel walled on three sides, a rectangular nave, and a bell tower on the north wall of the nave.

Cultural heritage

In addition to Saint Florian's Church, other sites in Srpenica are registered as cultural heritage:

  • The Ograjenica archaeological site is a flat urnfield burial site from the Hallstatt culture.
  • A monument to Countess Lucy Christalnigg was installed in 1914. The countess was the first victim of the First World War on Slovenian soil, and was shot on 10 August 1914.The monument is a stone cross on a stone base, and it stands southeast of the village, along the road to Trnovo ob Soči. Her husband had the monument erected before the Battles of the Isonzo began.
  • A communist World War II monument in the village was designed by Nataša Štupar Šumi and Jože Plečnik. It consists of a pillar on a stone block with a cone-shaped top. The names of fallen Partisan soldiers are carved into it, topped by four stone wreaths. The monument was unveiled on 21 September 1951.
  • A pillar shrine stands northwest of the village, along the road to Žaga. It is square and covered by a metal square hip roof. Its niche contains a statue of Saint Florian. The shrine dates from circa 1900.

Notable people

Notable people that were born or lived in Srpenica include:

  • Danilo Fajelj (1840–1908), organist and composer (school principal in Srpenica, 1888–1898).
  • Anton Melihen (1892–1918), leader of a mutiny in Bad Radkersburg against the Austrian authorities.

    Name

    Srpenica was attested in written records in 1496 as Sterpeniza. The name is probably derived from a Romance reflex of the Latin word stirps 'tree, bush, root', which is preserved in Italian sterpo 'bushes, roots that have died off' and in Ladin šterp 'brambles, brush litter'. A less likely theory derives the name from the Ladin common noun stirpe 'sterile cow'.

    History

    From the mid-18th century onward, many residents of the village made a living by peddlng. Others traditionally worked outside the village as seasonal labor. Nearly the entire village was destroyed by a fire in 1905, after which 10 houses were not rebuilt. Before the First World War, there were nine inns in the village. The village was not destroyed like others in the area during the First World War, although houses in poor condition were razed by the military and the narrowest streets were widened. During the war, the entire population was evacuated to Piedmont, from which they returned in 1919. After the Second World War, many of the residents emigrated, resulting in several abandoned and decaying houses in the village.





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    Key features

    Location Žaga 156a, Srpenica 5224 (Slovenia)

    Type of object Hotel with restaurant, bar, conference room, sport agency office, tourist information service, sport equipment storage, wellness (finished phase 3).

    Total property 2610 m², Building 870x3m².

    Year of construction 2009.

    Selling price 1.300.000 € excl. VAT.

    Infrastructure:

    Oil heating, annual consumption approx. 10.000l.

    Building constructed according to latest safety and environmental standards (HASAP).

    Air conditioning system controlled by central computer system.

    Highest standard on energy efficiency. Connected to local waste treatment plant.

    Natural materials used to guarantee cosy and relaxing atmosphere. The Hotel consists of:

    • Basement 3 floors.
    • 16 double rooms – 20 m²\/room.
    • 4 family suites – over 30 m².
    • Parking place – entrance direct to hotel, enough space for all guests.
    • Restaurant space for 120 people; 2 terraces.
    • Bar for more than 60 guests; open terrace and own pastry shop.
    • Conference room for up to 40 people.
    • Sport agency office.
    • Tourist information service.
    • Sport equipment storage.

    Location

    This hotel is located in the north west part of Slovenia, next to the main entrance to the So269; a River and surrounded by natural beauty, forests, lakes and waterfalls, which offer a wide range of activities as rafting, canyoning, kayak, mountain bike, hiking, fishing, etc. It is also only few minutes away from the very well known ski resort, Kanin - Sella Nevea, the highest Slovenian ski resort, 2000m above sea level, connected with Italian ski resort Sella Nevea. Hotel:

    Has premises prepared for arrangement of a Wellness centre (infrastructure finished until phase 3).

    Has established very good connections to sport agencies.

    Is promoted on partners leaflets, SI and foreign TV and radio on touristic channels.

    Guest Facilities On Site

    • Restaurant.
    • Bar.
    • Cable Television.
    • Air conditioning.

     Attractions For Guests In The Local Area

    • Mountains.
    • Forests.
    • Lakes.
    • Area Of Natural Beauty.
    • Tranquillity.
    • Rivers.
    • Activities For Guests In The Local Area.
    • Skiing.
    • Walking.
    • Cycling.
    • Mountain biking.
    • Wellness.
    • Fishing.
    • Cafés.
    • Bars.
    • Restaurants.

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    Cliff Jacobs

    Managing Principal / CEO

    Exquisite Hotel Consultants (Pty) Ltd

    Mobile: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
    Landline: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
    Emailcliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.com
    Skype: cliff.jacobs

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