Explore Kratovo – one of the oldest cities in the Balkans
staying in our house built in the 19th century
HOUSE OF SOKOLOVI
Built in the 19th century, the house is characterized by authentic old-town Macedonian architecture which was placed under the protection of the Republic Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, declared a Cultural Monument in 1980.
Recently restored and completely refurnished – since October 2021 we are opening the doors to our house for guests to provide them with the experience of the rich cultural heritage of Kratovo while staying in a traditional Macedonian house.
Equipped to provide comfortable stay for 4 people in 2 separate bedrooms (one bedroom with double bed and one with 2 single beds). Additionally, 2 more guests can sleep on the 2 sofas in the common space.
We provide private outside seating area and common space with great view and tree shades!
You will be surrounded with unspoiled nature, fresh air, old architecture, cultural-historical sites, warm welcome and the specific Kratovo cuisine which make this town one of the most desired and most visited tourist destinations in Macedonia.
You can find us on booking.com and Airbnb.
Also, you can write to us by email or by filling the contact form.
It is assumed that on today’s location of the city of Kratovo, a city under the name of Kratiskara existed long ago. Under the name of Kratis or Koriton, the settlement was mentioned in the Byzantine period, and today’s name originates from the location of the city in the crater of an extinguished volcano. The relief conditions of the space required in Kratovo a special architectural and construction approach, that is, a typical Kratovo architecture to develop.
THINGS TO DO NEARBY
Near many cultural and historical attractions, House of Sokolovi offers an active and eventful stay with visits to many site seeings and monuments within and outside the town.
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