We stayed here for 12 days near the end of May. Having heard about the maddening crowds in Dubrovnik, and wanting a place to escape that, be able to chill, and then explore the area, we chose Sunset Apartment. Turns out to have been the right decision.
The apartment is located just outside of Dubrovnik, on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the island Kolocep. It is exactly as shown in the photos. Very bright, clean, spacious modern living room, open concept kitchen, huge bathroom with excellent walk-in shower and laundry facilities, 2 bedrooms and a large closet at the back. Aron ensured there were plenty of extra towels, bedding, washing detergent, toilet paper, etc, on hand. It really felt like a home away from home, (but with a better view) which is what we were looking for. Outside you have two seating areas, which we used everyday, both with a view over the sea.
Nearby Orasac, you have Zaton, with good restaurants and a nice little walking path. In the other direction, you have Trsteno, with a beach and the arboretum. Except for two days, we traveled around Dubrovnik and as far as Potomje to visit the wineries. The location of Sunset Apartment is perfect if you plan on exploring the region.
If I could give one tip that is crucial to renting this place it would be this--rent the smallest car possible. The parking place in front of the apartment is tricky to reach. It's down a relatively steep sloop, and the turn from the road on to the driveway leaves little room to maneuver. A minivan would never be able to make this turn. I suppose without visuals it's hard to imagine, but trust me on this.
Another little tip, although not vital--if the first sign of morning light wakes you, bring a sleep mask. The windows allow plenty of natural light in, which I love, but the blinds do little to block it out at 5 in the morning. Okay for me, being an early riser, but perhaps problematic for some.
So overall this was a very positive experience for us. Aron is super friendly and will do anything to make your stay comfortable. He even provided a few grocery items upon our arrival, and popped back in with a couple beers after my husband made a quip about needing one. This kind of friendly service is rare to come by these days, and very much appreciated.