Stonefield Estate Villa Soufriere, St Lucia, St Lucia
from $3927/ week
- Sleeps 2
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
These secluded villas are set amongst a beautiful tropical plantation located close to the historic village of Soufriere. The location is lush and volcanic dominated by the Pitons, beautiful conical equatorial pyramids rising from the ocean.
The land of the estate was formerly a lime and cocoa plantation and covers 26 acres. A perfect position for a cluster of luxury villas with a variety of styles and views available the Stonefield Estate offers everything that the visitor to St. Lucia could want.
Majestic Hillside Ocean Views
The detached villas have Piton and ocean views from the bedrooms and living areas and cover over 1500 sq ft and are air conditioned and fully equipped. The kitchen and separate living areas are styled in a french colonial manner with relaxing colours and earth tones that complement the stunning views that surround the villas.
Four Poster King Size Bed
The villas are designed with romance in mind, perfectly suited for a honeymoon, there are no TV's in the rooms, just cosy robes, spa services available, luxury bathrooms and privacy with superb views.
Private Plunge Pool & Tropical Shower
The villas have private outdoor plunge pools and outdoor showers allowing guests to soak up as much of the St. Lucian sun as possible. From the sleeping and dining areas tall wooden louvred doors encourage the cooling trade winds into the villa offering additional natural air conditioning.
St. Lucian Luxury Resort
The resort has a wide variety of activities available for guests to enjoy including golf, swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, aerobics, yoga classes, volleyball, racquetball, basketball, tennis, mountain biking, fishing and hiking.
The Mango Tree Restaurant
The al fresco dining Pavilion of the Mango tree restaurant takes in the stunning view of the Pitons and overlooks a small river stone pool while guests enjoy some wonderful caribbean style meals and snacks. With a special vegan and children's menu the Mango Tree caters for a wide palette of tastes. Thursdays feature a live band, baby back ribs and jerk bake, considered the best on the west coast. Saturdays at the Mango Tree are all about the best local produce brought from the local Soufriere market as well as local musicians to entertain. The Mango Tree offers an idyllic spot to watch the Pitons cast shadows under a full moon, the passage of ships alight under a caribbean sky and a place to enjoy terrific creole cuisine.
Discover St. Lucia
More mountainous than the other islands in the archipelago St Lucia's' highest point being Mount Gimie at 950m above sea level. The two Piton mountains form the islands most famous landmarks. Located on the western side of the island between Soufriere and Choiseul these pyramid shaped mountains were formed volcanically and rose from the sea. Castries is the capital of the island where almost one third of the population live. The climate is tropical and kept cool by the northeast trade winds. There is a unique drive-in volcano, La Soufriere, sulphur springs, the Pitons and acres of beautiful natural rainforest for guests to explore. Due to the islands heritage a rich tradition of folk music exists and it is impossible to ignore, a combination of Creole and African culture influences the music, cuisine and art of the islands. The long standing banana production and export is becoming rivalled as the countries main source of income by tourism
- Sleeps 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 x four poster kingsize bed
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1 May - 30 Nov
1 Dec - 30 April
More mountainous than the other islands in the archipelago St Lucias' highest point being Mount Gimie at 950m above sea level. This colorful fishing village is wrapped around a beautiful bay and is best seen from an overlook on the main road to Vieux Fort which ascends the hill which forms the southern arm of the bay.
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