It's a house very well placed in a silent area on the western bank of Neretva. Just a few hundred meters walk from Old Town, the bridge, restaurants, shops. (NB There's no look on the bridge, which you might believe, due to one of the photos).
Small, nice rooms and a common spacious bathroom, which is okay, as people get up at different time.
There's a very nice terrace, and I loved to sit there in the early mornings, and in evenings, after sunset, looking on the hills around Mostar, listening to the church bells and the calling for prayer from the mosques.
I didn't meet Nina, but her mother, Goga, who lives in the house. Goga is a very kind person, understanding a little English, and when we needed some deeper information, she called her son, who lives in the house, too.
As I mentioned for Goga, that I missed an ecectrical kettle to be able to make coffee/tea, she proposed to make coffee for me in the mornings.
I had booked 4 nights in advance, but I stayed 8 nights. I really can recommend the place.