The household is open all year long for guests, previous booking is required.
Room 1: 2 beds
Room 2: 2 beds
Total: 4 beds
Bathroom: shared bathroom for the rooms
There is no menu, a traditional homemade food is prepared, the same as for the family/household. The guest should announce his/her arrival a day in advance and say if he/she prefers vegetarian or vegan cuisine or is allergic to some ingredients.
January: sitting next to the fire, enjoying yourself, walking through the beautiful nature, tasty meals
February: The same as January
April: walks, early works in the orchard, planting
June: garden works, making the strawberry jam, swimming in the lake, mowing, walks, collecting honey
September: fruit picking, winter store preparing
Tasting of products: Yes
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: Yes
Horse riding: No
Organization of field trips: Yes
Children props: Yes
Bed sheets and towels: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes
Washing machine: Yes
Foreign languages in use in household: English
Bulajić family has recognized the potentials of Grahovo region and they are into producing fruit and vegetables but they are also always eager to welcome the visitors. Djordje, Anita and their three children have returned from the town to rebuild the household their ancestors lived in.
Ethno household Đedovina is located on a vast plateau between brutal Montenegrin rocks and the blue sea of the Bay of Boka Kotorska. At the altitude of 700 meters, a refined scenery and undiscovered secrets can be found and they simply entice you to spend time here or to try the delicacies the family makes from fruit and vegetables. A simple outing, riding a bike to the lake, swimming in the lake or everyday farm works will make your stay an unforgettable one.
Ethno household Đedovina is located on the way to Nikšić or Trebinje and it is 20 minutes ride from the sea (Morinj).
The village has got several cultural-historical monuments (Dako cave, Arboretum, tombstones)
2 km away from the village, a lake great for swimming can be found or you can stroll along the path surrounding it.
The village also hosts St Nikola church which was built in 1499, during the time of Risan’s prince Mirko Vujačić and made by the masons from Dalmatia. There are many more interesting places nearby, such as a pond where an endemic type of tailed frog lives.
Grahovo school is one of the oldest schools in Montenegro, founded in 1870/71.