Time Out says
This is another jewel off the beaten tourist path, in the village of Dol where other konobas offer authentic local food and mood. However, it's hard to beat the Kaštil Gospodnetić, with a history as rich as the island's. This big house overlooking Dol and the surrounding valley was built in the 16th century, and its furnishings date back to the 1800s. The hosts will gladly give you a tour of the estate as you wait for your meal. Dishes are presented in a series of different menus, allowing you to choose between octopus or meat grilled or ispod peke (slow-cooked in coals). There's also grilled and roast lamb, and pašticada, a Dalmatian beef stew with gnocchi. Any of these come with an appetiser: different pâtés, cheese, prosciutto, then followed by dessert and a glass of wine, all included in a single price. The property sits atop a small hill in Dol, so it should be easy to find, but do ask for directions if need be when you call to reserve your table – or even book your specific meal.