Slavica's house is in the picturesque old town of Umag. It is a historical, stone built house, a stone's throw from Umag Town Museum at the tip of the small peninsula that is part of Umag.
It has three floors: the ground floor has the kitchen and dining area, the first floor a sitting area with TV where our two teenagers slept on the fold-out sofa, then the top floor with the main bed, a small bathroom and in between a small, quite useful dressing room. The three floors are open plan (no doors).
The house shows Slavica's amazing artwork. Every wall space as well as some floor space is used to display her very original pieces, and some of the furniture is also designed by her and pieces of art. Nevertheless you don't need to worry about damaging them, as they are quite sturdy.
While we were there it was extremely hot (around 35 degrees Celsius during the day) and would only drop a few degrees during the night, so we were very grateful that there was air conditioning. Even in the evenings it was too hot for us to use the outdoor table in the public alleyways, so we either spent our time indoors or mostly by the beach of which there are many nearby, several in walking distance.