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Put za Capljinu bb Čitluk 88266 Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Description Pansion RobiLOCATION:Pansion Robi is just a couple of minutes from the church of St. Jakov (1200m away). This pansion is equipped to fulfill the needs of pilgrims, who come to Medjugorje, throughout the whole year.ACCOMODATION:Pansion Robi has 24 beds in 10 rooms. All rooms are equipped with bathroom and shower. Big terrace is available for all guests. Free parking is available in the car park area located in front of the building. Towels and linen included. We have 24 hours reception.DINING:Possibility for bed & breakfast, half board and full board.For prices please contact us-check in time :0-24-check out time : 12 o'clock-the payment is expected in cash because we don't accept credit cards
- Pansion Robi
- Put za Capljinu bb
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Telephone: +387(36)651592
- Official Homepage
Room features Pansion Robi
- Bathroom with shower
- Windows that open
- WiFi in the rooms
Hotel features Pansion Robi
- WiFi in Lobby
- Balcony/ Terrace
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