It's possible to arrange half and full board. Besides, they also have a restaurant with mediocre food which can cause stomach-ache, so it might be a good idea to eat in town before coming to national park. Also bad smell of a tap water and quite average rooms. If possible opt for hotel's front rooms which comes with balcony for the same price. However, despite all these drawbacks this hotel is literally the only one available up in the mountains (inside national park) so not much of a choice really.
Renewed in old Macedonian style from wood and stone with unique interior. There are 3 quite big rooms and one apartment. All rooms have 1 double bed and one single bed. Also there is shared fully equipped kitchen. Nice owners. Which also offer to prepare Macedonian dishes for guests. Poor soundproofing though.
Upscale family run hotel with excellent reviews. Good value for the money. Spacious rooms. Although it might take a while for them to prepare food and food is not always perfect.
Guest house. Offers a variety of home-cooked Macedonian specialties. Organize hiking trips and offer ski instruction for beginners. Rooms are poorly soundproofed though.
Offer local honey and honey products. It's also possible to arrange a tour.
Additionally it has permanent exhibitions rooms and souvenir shop.
Quite OK place to eat some local food and drink Skopsko beer.
Rooms come with TV, separate bathrooms, WiFi.
Park straddles Macedonia’s southern border with Greece, running along the magnificent Baba Mountain. Its highest peak - Pelister (2601 meters) is the third-highest in Macedonia after Korab and Titov Vrv. It is located only 15 km from Macedonia’s second city, Bitola, and makes for an invigorating natural escape from urban life.