Time Out says
Just southeast of the town of Buzet, the tiny former water-milling village of Kotli has long been an in-the-know excursion destination on account of its cascading rapids and river-gouged geological features. The traditional stone-built houses of Kotli were almost entirely abandoned until recently, when two rows of them were converted into cosy apartment accommodation. Set in the heart of rural, green Istria, it’s certainly an idyllic place to stay. Each apartment is set in a two-storey house with bare stone walls and rustic furnishings, although kitchen and bathroom facilities are all modern. Each unit has a stone fireplace - logs can be delivered for a few extra kuna. Although there is a summer-only restaurant in Kotli you are otherwise left to your own devices - and you might even have to walk a few yards uphill to find a mobile phone signal.
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