The hotel counts one bar and restaurant which is situated on the ground floor. The meal plan is usually B&B although half-board is available upon request. The restaurant features indoor seating in a darkish, cosy room with a curved ceiling and patterned wallpaper. In warmer months you'll find this area empty as most people prefer dine alfresco on the terrace under the canopy of the oak trees. There are few restaurants with a setup as good as this so it's no surprise that it's very popular. At night the bar offers a funky lounge ambiance.
The restaurant is open from 7:00am until 11:00pm which means guests can dine at almost any hour. Breakfast is not a buffet but a set menu. The menu is incredibly varied so guests may have a hard time choosing although a tip is to look for the three heart symbol - meaning the dish is a diner's favourite. There's something for everyone; from quick meals like salads and sandwiches, and diet-friendly dishes to seafood and authentic Slovenian specialties. During the summertime, the grill and snack menu is popular but the restaurant is especially known for its desserts. The cuisine is fresh and tasty; we sampled a 'Slovenian Feast' - a platter of prosciutto, local karst ham, pancetta, local sausage, smoked cheese, white cheese, pickles, mushrooms and olives (best for sharing), followed by squid 'Preseren style,' that is, stuffed with smoked cheese and prosciutto. Amongst the desserts diners will find the classics alongside original creations and it will be tempting to try them all!