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This is a very welcoming, charming, spacious self-contained 2 bedroom villa with 2 en-suite bathrooms, an additional powder room, living/dining room and fully equipped kitchen, a large balcony and an expansive roof deck providing spectacular views of Savannes Bay, Honeymoon Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. There is also a laundry room and car port. This villa enjoys access to a semi-private swimming pool, only a few footsteps away, in the garden on lush, tropical outdoor immaculately kept grounds.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:December 2011
Interaction with guests:
We offer concierge services. All tours and activities can be arranged by our office.
Smoking only allowed in the balconies or roof deck.
2 Full baths
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
R 2 125 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Only a short drive away from Hewanorra International Airport, Castles in Paradise is also located close to Vieux Fort and all the amenities the town offers. Ten minutes away is St. Lucia’s finest and longest beach, which is world famous for wind surfing, kite surfing, snorkelling and panoramic views from the second highest lighthouse in the world, at the Moule a chique peninsula which looks out over both the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean sea, near the Maria Islands. Castries, the island’s capital, is one and a half hours drive from Castles in Paradise. The second town, Soufriere, is known for its only driving Volcano in the world, Sulphur Springs and the World Heritage Site, the Pitons, which are forty-five minutes away by car.
How to get there
Airport: Hewanorra International Airport: 8.0 km
Two minute walk to the main road to public transportation