We booked this through the Ljubljana tourist centre and had modest expectations given it sounded quite touristy, but it largely exceeded our expectations.
Tine and his girlfriend Tea came to pick our party of 5 up from our apartment in Ljubljana and drove us 20-25 minutes to Tine's family inn in Dolsko, Gostilna Vegov Hram. Its a B&B with 12 rooms.
Throughout the ride, Tine was very helpful with explaining the area we were driving through. When we got to the inn, it was still early so we took a short walk around the town - the other option is to rent bicycles from them and cycle for a bit.
The restaurant itself was very charming, its walls adorned with 3 or 4 generations of Tine's family who had built the hotel and restaurant.
We were served delicious 5-course meal, and Tine took care to ask before the meal if there was anything any of us could not eat (there was) and he promptly discussed with the kitchen to make the necessary changes. The food itself was very good, and portions far too generous, but to be honest it was something we could have gotten in a similar Gostilna in the city.
What made this experience special was the personal interaction. Before serving each dish, Tine would explain what it was, how it was made, the ingredients used, etc., and in between courses he would share little stories about the history of the family business as well as other interesting facts about Slovenia. He also gave us a mini introduction to the various Slovenian wines and the three types of oils - sunflower, pumpkin and olive oil - used in Slovenian cuisine.
I would highly recommend this place to anyone wanting to experience something more than just a meal...
This is a family business so Tine's brother (who looks just like him) was working behind the bar, and we weren't sure if the person cooking was his mother or his sister but decided not to ask.