In one word: to be avoided if you plan to stay less than one week. Because many things that backpackers may not carry are missing here:
. no basic toiletries
. no basic kitchen stuff (salt, pepper, oil, paper wipes, ...)
. not even a sponge nor dish cleaning liquid, nor a rag...
Also, we felt that the place is quite pricey compared to what we experienced in Croatia and what seems to be the quality standards in Croatia. For an equivalent or lower price in other places, we've had all the above.
We were expecting a full house/appt. This is not the case. It is rather a room in a house that has been equipped with a kitchen sink and a shower in a cupboard. By the way: Ivana is not the host... Ivana is a travel agent who acts as an intermediary between the host and the guest. And we feel that this is not the real "AirBnB way of hosting". But, all in all, this may be a good thing, because the only interactions we had with the actual host were a quick hello and a kind-of impolite "goodbye" at checkout... She (the host) didn't answer the door when we knocked for checking out but, once outside, she appeared at the window, in a dressing gown, almost yelling at us in Croatian (while not understanding that we don't speak that language)...
Moreover, even though the description states that a 50kn fee must be paid at check-in, we haven't received any recall about that fee during the numerous messages that we exchanged prior to our arrival. Also, we did not experience such an additional fee in any AirBnB we visited... Even though there is no "legal" issue with this extra fee, we feel a real lack of transparency.
There are other things like missing Wifi, extra-fee for A/C, not-so-warm hot water, too small bed linen for 2 persons, very minimal dishes, small and itchy (so softener) towels, ... that made our stay far from memorable.