Little Village Estate – Montenegro

Newly renovated home in quaint, isolated village next to Bjelasica Mountain. Hiking, MTB, and quaint country getaway.

The Little Village Estate serves up the both-and goodness of our Montenegro farm stay listings. Inside, the Merdovic home offers a modern take on traditional decor. Outside, the home is surrounded by the quaint, picturesque village of Kurikuce. Located on the east side of Mount Bjelasica, the Kurikuce skyline offers the spectacular, mountainous Montenegrin skyline.

Mirko and Milena have taken great care in remodeling their home for their guests comfort. They consistently show the same commitment to their farm to table culinary offerings. When it comes to organic, national foods, the Merdovic family delivers. Be sure to try their kačamak with layered cheese and kajmak, a fermented clotted cream. It is perfect for recovery after any adventure.

Kurikuce Village offers an off-the-beaten-path location. The Little Village Estate is ideal for adventurers or solace seekers. Ideal activities for travelers here include foraging, hiking, and mountain biking. Winter adventures here include cross country skiing, backcountry skiing, snowboarding, and snow shoeing.


  • Little Village Estate – 45 euros per night
  • Located in Kurikuce Selo in Lubnice Opstina near two of the most scenic roads in Montenegro (R24, BT-TT3; E65)
  • House sleeps 5 people easily with space for up to 9 using pull-out couches
  • Master bedroom with king-size bed and a single bed
  • Second bedroom with two single beds
  • Two pull-out couches that sleep 1-2 people each
  • Wood burning stove
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Linens and towels provided
  • Organic, national food meals available
  • Centrally located in the picturesque Kurikuce village
  • Free parking on property
  • Hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing all around
  • Easy hiking access on the east side of Biogradska Gora National Park
  • Part of the hut to hut network

6 reviews

  1. Felt like home.

    We happened to be their first guest 🙂 The place is nice, warm, not too hard to get to. The food was great and in large amounts. Home made cheese pie was one of the best I have ever tasted and I love pies. Our hosts were friendly and open.

  2. Real Montenegrin family and food that I have never tasted

    Simple and authentic family who will give you their hearts and souls if you ask. They have cared so much about our stay so everything was perfect.
    Food was for 8 and there was just 4 of us:)
    Nature and peace there is something that I already miss…

  3. The “Little Village Estate” stay was a nice blend of modern and classic interior decor style with beautiful outdoor environment surrounding it. The hosts gave us a tour so we could see the Sisko lake, which was beautiful and surrounded by beautiful mountains! 5/5 stay I believe I’ll be back soon.

  4. Organic food. Great people. Beautiful landscape.

    This trip was a once in a life time experience. The family is so sweet and loving. They speak no English but would do anything for you. You will not go hungry here! They feed us delecious meals with so much food that there was always left overs! Most everything we ate came from there farm and garden! So good and good for you! Beautiful landscape everywhere you go! Thank you!

  5. Beautiful and cozy.

    My stay at the “Little Village Estate” was a great experience. The host family was so quick to serve and make us feel comfortable. The home is beautiful and cozy. The food was all fresh, organic and home made. It was delicious! I am thankful that I got to experience a traditional Montenegrin village with incredible scenery and kind people!

  6. This part of Montenegro is truly a gem!

    Loved our stay at Little Village. Milena and Mirkp were so hospitable and the inside of the home looks exactly like the pictures – so beautiful. The food, both dinner and breakfast the next morning were delicious, some of the best I had in my whole 5 week stay in Montenegro. This part of Montenegro is truly a gem, beautiful villages, rolling mountains – plenty to explore. Would highly recommend the 2 hour hike up to the glacial lake. Hope to come back some day!

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