Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Villa Eden House GRO Eden House was one of the very first villas on the island. It has now become one of the finest contemporary achievements of the island. It also boasts an exceptional location with a path directly accessing the sea and double exposure both to Marigot Bay on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. The nature of its Garden of Eden designed by landscape gardener, Frederic de Sainte Preuve, only adds to its originality. Sober lines, refined purity with a decidedly minimalist and an almost monastic style. At a first glance, this villa seems relatively austere with its grey rendered concrete however, gradually notes of incredible joviality are progressively revealed. An exterior fuchsia wall. Vivid, lively, acidulous and fresh colors in the three bedrooms which are designed identically, but each with their own distinct hue aniseed, fuchsia and turquoise. The bedroom furniture is a reference in the field of design MDF Italia beds, Artemide lamps and linens from the collections of Valerie Barkowski and Mia Zia. A remarkable alchemy and contemporary timeless elegance. The vast cembonit floored reception area unites the living room, dining room and kitchen in the same open plan space, which opens onto the concrete pool and the deck shaded by grey nautical awnings supported by massive stainless steel bars. The Ground piece sofas Flexform, the MDF coffee table, the Hudson Starck Emeco chairs have found their perfect setting. As does the exterior furniture outside the Gandia Blasco lounge chairs Spain, the MDF Italia table and the Longframe chairs Alias. Eden Houses bounderless bold and daring architecture has remarkably blended into the landscape of the island becoming an integral part of its surroundings. This property immediately charms you not only by a series of extraordinary details, but also by its aesthetic sensual atmosphere and gentle, contemporary refinement. Eden house is a pure gem, quite simply a celebration of joy and happiness.NB 20112012 Holiday 2012 High Season Prices include Breakfast. If clients prefer not to have breakfast included, then please note that the current prices are charged as follows From December 15th, 2011 to January 5th, 2012 32,500.00week From January 6th to April 14th, 2012 12,000.00week in 1 bedroom 13,000.00week in 2 bedrooms 15,000.00week in 3 bedrooms.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Fax machine, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (3)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The Windward region
St Barts, known as Saint Barthelemy officially and simply as Saint-Barth to the locals, is eight square miles of paradise in the north eastern corner of the Caribbean arc. Not far from either St Kitts or Anguilla, both of which can be seen on the horizon.
In contrast to its formerly British neighbouring islands, St Barts remains resolutely French and 100% part of the French Republic, with all the emphasis on style, fashion and cuisine that that entails.
Discovered by Colombus in 1493 and then again in 1957 by the Rockefellers, St Barts is famed as the playground of the rich and famous and at Christmas the global jet-set and glitterati can be found enjoying the 22 beaches and the 80 or so restaurants. The hotels on St Barts are small and the majority of the accommodation is in villas, of which we have the widest possible choice
Marigot is a small area on the eastern end of St Barts with a small beach. Marigot has some famous residents and is also close to Grand Cul de Sac which has several beach restaurants and watersports.