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Villa | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
SPECIAL: PAY FOR 6 NIGHTS AND STAY FOR 7 APPLICABLE APR.20TH - DEC. 14TH, 2012.PAY FOR 6 AND STAY FOR 7 APPLICABLE JAN. 6TH - DEC. 14TH, 2013.
This cosy and modern cottage sits atop the beautiful Seabreeze hills in Cap Estate. The villa enjoys breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and out to the French island of Martinique. The perfect spot for honeymooners or just couples looking for a quiet and romantic getaway. To take advantage of this great view, the cottage was designed with an open plan living space comprising dining and kitchen area, all opening out onto a patio area complete with alfresco dining. There is a lovely flat lawn area just in front, perfect for sunbathing or simply enjoying a good book. A large infinity pool overlooking the breathtaking view out to sea completes this tropical paradise. The refreshing Atlantic breeze can be felt throughout the cottage but air conditioning is provided in the bedroom for additional comfort. The bedroom is furnished with a queen size bed, perfectly situated to enjoy the great view through the French doors, which lead out to the patio area. There is an ensuite bathroom, with double face basins, and beautiful ornate fittings. There is WIFI internet access, separate laundry facilities, parking and on site watchman services.
Please note that our housekeepers are not trained nannies and should not be expected to look after and/or babysit infants and children. If you do make babysitting arrangements with the staff, please be advised this is at your own risk.
St. Lucia is the perfect getaway whether you are looking for romance, rejuvenation or adventure. Palm-fringed beaches, unspoiled rainforests and the majestic Piton Mountains make up the gorgeous landscape of St. Lucia. Natural waterfalls, breath-taking views, friendly locals and authentic culture are sure to impress even the most cultured traveller. St. Lucia has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Among the natural beauty of the island are ancient fortresses, fishing villages and gracious town squares waiting to be discovered. You can hike, bird watch and explore the natural attractions of St. Lucia or you can take part in many of the activities on land, water or air from horseback riding to SCUBA diving to helicopter rides.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Satellite TV|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
24 hour management
Housekeeping - 3 days per week
A/C Bedrooms Only
Well equipped kitchen
|Further details outdoors|
Patio Deck or Balcony
The Gros Islet Quarter region
The first thing visitors to St. Lucia will notice is how exotically green it is. The 238-square-mile island is dotted by protected parklands that preserve its lush foliage, which serves as home to parrots, wild birds and a range of four-legged critters that would rather avoid human contact.
Topographically speaking, St. Lucia resembles nearby Dominica in its mountainous, volcanic appearance. In fact, its two most widely known landmarks are Les Pitons, twin mountain peaks that drop dramatically to the water's edge near Anse des Pitons on the island's west coast. The site is beautiful and alluring.
The island has been occupied by a number of European invaders, but the influence of the French is still most deeply felt today, in the names of its cities, towns and bays, in the architecture still evident today and in the French-inflected patois spoken by islanders here. English, however, is spoken at all in island restaurants.
One of the island's main attractions is the Sulphur Springs Volcano, where visitors can get up close to bubbling pools of lava and steaming sulfurous spouts. Another popular site is Diamond Waterfall and Mineral Baths, where visitors can splash in the sulphur-infused waters or take pictures of the lovely falls. Nearly every type of water sport -- water skiing, snorkeling, windsurfing and the like -- is offered here. Diving is a very popular pastime for visitors, and the west coast is most commonly the choice because of its calmer waters.
Nature lovers, divers and those who want to experience an exotic Caribbean island with still many of the modern conveniences of home will find St. Lucia to far exceed their expectations.
Rental Butler features an exceptional selection of private villas in St. Lucia. Contact one of our villa specialists for assistance in selecting the perfect villa for your stay.
Cap Estate Town
The Cap Estate area offers the following amenities:
Deep sea fishing
Note: Activities are walking or short driving distance
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