Kronau Houses

The Kronau Houses are ideally located in a tranquil area that’s only a short stroll away from the centre of Kranjska Gora.

They’re a cluster of tastefully decorated, chalet-style apartments that have spacious rooms and lovely gardens. Each one has a fully-equipped kitchenette and a terrace area where you can linger over dinner or just sit out and soak up the sun.

Each kitchenette comes with a gas hob, an oven, a toaster, a kettle, a fridge and a dishwasher, as well as a barbecue on request.

Overview of Kranjska Gora

If you’re looking to book a holiday to Slovenia, it’s likely that Kranjska Gora is firmly on your radar. It’s one of Slovenia’s most popular destinations and is a firm favourite with outdoor types.

In the winter, visitors flock to Kranjska Gora for the world-class skiing facilities. In fact, they’re so good that several international events are held here.

In summer, people explore on foot and by bike. The alpine valleys, Triglav National Park and Lake Jasna are all popular spots to explore, so you can see somewhere new every day.

Things to do in Kranjska Gora

With a stay at the Kronau Houses, it’s easy to explore the Julian Alps, Kranjska Gora and Lake Jasna.

The destination is particularly popular in the winter months. After the resort receives its first snowfall, skiers flock here. It has 18 slopes to suit all levels of ability, and if you’ve never had a try before, you can book a lesson with an instructor who will have you flying down the pistes in no time.

For a holiday at a slower pace, head to Lake Jasna. Families love the flat trails that surround the lake, and in the summer months there’s a beach where you can lounge and enjoy the picturesque views.

With a stay at the Kronau Houses, all Slovenia’s best bits are on your doorstep!

Resort Summary

If you head on Kranjska Gora holidays in the summer or warmer months, hiking and cycling are some of the most fun things to do. The resort and surrounding area have a huge number of trails that are perfect beginners, and more difficult hikes that require specialist equipment and a guide.

If a leisurely stroll through the beautiful landscape is too slow-paced, head off on a muscle-burning quest into the Alpine valleys. You have over 100km of hiking trails to choose from, all of them winding around the untouched wilderness that surrounds Kranjska Gora. If you’re bringing children, you’ll find plenty of trails that are suited to little legs too! Stick to the well-maintained paths or go off-roading up the steep mountain passes.​