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Princess Margaret Beachfront Flamingo Princess Margaret, Bequia, St Vincent and The Grenadines

from $2450/ week

  • TheGrenadinesCollection Sleeps 8
  • TheGrenadinesCollection 3 Bedrooms
  • TheGrenadinesCollection 3 Bedrooms
  • TheGrenadinesCollection 4 Bathrooms
Description

Villa Description

Location - One of Bequias Best Beach Villas

Superbly close to the fabulous Princess Margaret Beach. From this property you are a short drive, water taxi or stroll to Lower Bay Beach, and Port Elizabeth's bustling harbour, where you can book to go diving, or arrange to go on a day sail to places like Mustique and the Tobago Cays. Flamingo Villa is an ideal island escape, with tropical gardens and a very relaxing mood. Even though you are a mere 1 minute from Princess Margaret Beach, you still have plenty of privacy and a relaxed environment.

Pool area

This villa has a delightful pool area, surrounded by lots of tropical greenery and yet more sea views. There are sun loungers and shaded seating areas with tables so you can enjoy a snack or barbecue comfortably by the poolside. The pool area is shared with any Turtle Point Villa guests. The pool itself is approx 20 feet long x 10 feet wide. 

Living area

Flamingo Villa has a bright, open plan living area, decorated with lively, bright colours, giving a fresh feel. The living area is open plan, with cable TV, plenty of space and light, and opening out onto the balcony. The furniture is comfortable, making this an ideal cool shady haven to relax in after a hard morning's sunbathing by the pool!

Kitchen and dining area

Next to the living area is a spacious kitchen dining area. There is a big wooden dining table and chairs, the perfect social place to enjoy your meals. There is also a lovely outside dining area with plenty of space and seating, and wonderful balcony views. The kitchen is light, airy and well equipped, with everything you need during your Bequia vacation. There is also a barbecue outside, by the pool deck.

Bedrooms

Flamingo villa rental has 3 bedrooms. On the ground floor, there is a lovely one bedroom suite with king size bed, private bathroom, private patio, air conditioning and ceiling fan. This suite enjoys It's own entrance along with a private balcony, and a small refrigerator, tea kettle and television . Then there is the main floor bedroom, with 2 double beds, private bathroom, private patio and air conditioning. On the upper level is the Master suite with separate sitting area. This suite boasts a queen bed, two private balconies, It's own private bathroom, a television and air conditioning. There are 4 bathrooms at Flamingo villa.

Great outside areas

There is a really lovely balcony, with beautiful views and plenty of shade, seating and space. The balcony, along with the pool area are both great spots to entertain.

Recommended for Wedding Groups

Flamingo works well for large groups visiting Bequia for a wedding or family or friends reunion, especially when linked with other villas that are very close by, including Gumbo Limbo, Princess Hill, Turtle Point and Piperie.

NOTE 2 week minimum rental over Christmas

Details

Villa Details

  • TheGrenadinesCollection 8 Guests
  • TheGrenadinesCollection 3 Bedrooms
  • TheGrenadinesCollection 3 Beds
  • TheGrenadinesCollection 4 Bathrooms

Bedroom Details

  • The Red Villa: 3 bedrooms each with en-suite
  • 1 king size bed
  • 1 queen size bed
  • 2 double beds (in one room)
  • The Green House : 4 bedrooms each with en-suite
  • 1 x King Bed
  • 2 x Queen Beds
  • 1 x Twin Room : 2 single beds
  • (1 x king if preferred join twins for a king)
  • An extra adult single fold away bed is available through our team for a hire / delivery fee.
  • Please note that the property is charged strictly by the room and the rooms you have paid for will be open for you.

Villa Features & Highlights

  • usually a minimum of 2 weeks booking at Christmas
  • AC
  • Alfresco Dining
  • Ocean Views
  • Sunset Views
  • Near Dive Pickup Point

Regular Updated Information

The Grenadines Collection does its best to ensure that photos and descriptions of villas and surrounding areas are accurate. Some variation may occur as a result of changes made by owners and / or other conditions and activities in the vicinity of the villas. We work hard to give you the most up to date villa information and villa Calendars.

Availability & Rates

Availability & Rates

Summer Season
1 May - 30 Nov

Guests
  • 2$2450
  • 4$2940
  • 6$3503

Winter Season
1 Dec - 30 April

Guests
  • 2$3500
  • 4$4200
  • 6$5005

Notes

  • 2 Week Minimum at Christmas

Rates Include

  • Government Taxes
  • Complimentary Transfer on Arrival
  • Wi-fi

Availability Calendar

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Location

Villa Location

Princess Margaret

This is a favourite beach for visiting yachts and has a great convivial atmosphere. Gorgeous, deep coral sand beach. Excellent swimming. Beautiful trees for shade... There's even a cave to explore! Now with a spectacular beach restaurant. Best reached either by water, there is a pretty wooden jetty for a dinghy to the harbour, or via the Belmont Walkway Coastal Path from Port Elizabeth. Above and behind the beach a handful of special houses nestle amongst the trees or on the headland. brightly painted hand made boats rest in the shade of palms and sea grape.

Reviews

Guest Reviews

The view from the properties is spectacular with the tree covered hills dipping down to the azure blue water where the yachts are anchored... Carol C England



There are just a few remaining slices of life that can bring warmth to any day, that can inspire any one to want to rise at dawn, rather than sleep in, even when taking a break, that can make one forget about the cares of the the world and just get lost in pure high quality relaxation that excites, invigorates and rejuvenates, Flamingo and Turtle Point on Bequia, is one of those remaining places

Noel Lynch,
former Barbados Tourism Minister
Barbados


There are just a few remaining slices of life that can bring warmth to any day, that can inspire any one to want to rise at dawn, rather than sleep in, even when taking a break, that can make one forget about the cares of the the world and just get lost in pure high quality relaxation that excites, invigorates and rejuvenates, Flamingo and Turtle Point on Bequia, is one of those remaining places

Noel Lynch,
former Barbados Tourism Minister
Barbados

 


 

 

I write the following reluctantly because I have found a jewel in the caribbean crown and would like to keep this little gem all to myself. It is, however, so beautiful that it gives me a conscience not to share it with like minded travellers. Bequia is for me a real haven from the hustle and bustle of other larger islands in the caribbean. Nestling in the heart of the beautiful Grenadines this island is where the stresses of day to day living just vanish and you discover what is really important in life. I am fortunate to have a dear friend Nina who owns two properties right on Princess Margaret's Beach. Both properties are beautiful but we always seem to stay in Flamingo with its vibrant colours of lime green, burnt orange and electric blue - you never for one moment forget that you are in the caribbean.

 

From the instant you arrive you feel at home. The finest rum punch is placed in your hand and, if its the season, an enormous lobster is placed in front of you, beautifully cooked by Afrikan, Nina's dear friend, and hopefully my friend too. The view from the properties is spectacular with the tree covered hills dipping down to the azure blue water where the yachts are anchored after a day sailing around this idyllic part of the world.

Our day starts early in Bequia, probably around 7am, (very unusual for me on holiday!!) and I join the others for our daily walk. The hardest part by far is getting up the road from Flamingo - first time I did it I needed gas and air when I reached the main road!!!!! Once on the road you have many choices as to which route you plan to take and each one is wonderful. The colour of the plants takes your breath away and the higher you go the better the view. We walk for about 2 hours knowing our reward is a large slice of homemade cake and a wonderful cappuccino from the Gingerbread cafe sitting at the waters edge under the canopy of a magnificent tree - what a way to start the perfect day!!

The day passes at a lovely slow pace, starting on the beach and finishing the day by the pool watching the sun go down and hopefully seeing the "green flash" (depending how many rum punches have been consumed!!). There are some delightful restaurants in Bequia serving excellent food and its bliss not having to dress up - the word "casual" was born in Bequia !! I have been very fortunate in my life to have had the opportunity to stay at many stunningly beautiful hotels all around the world but Bequia will always hold a very special part in my heart and its a destination I want to return to again and again and again and................

Carol Clark,
Virginia Water,
England

 


 

 

I recently spent a wonderful week in Bequia * a beautiful 7 sq mi island in the Grenadines. What a week!!! Spectacular vistas, delicious fresh food (especially fish), stunning beaches and very friendly affable people were only topped by the accommodations.

 

We stayed at Turtle Point, one of the two villas of Bequia Villas perched right on Princess Margaret beach. We shared this 4-bedroom impeccably kept villa with 3 other couples. Upon entering the villa we saw all amenities were available to us with a modern kitchen, an island with bar stools as well as spacious living and dining areas. The bedrooms were all spectacular with ensuite bathrooms and verandahs providing impressive views of the beautiful white sand bay. The décor was vibrantly Caribbean with walls of cobalt blue, chartreuse green with accents of orange and goldenrod. The furnishings are distinctly tropical with brightly coloured fabrics, bamboo and touches of art native to the Caribbean. We stayed in the master bedroom at the top of the villa giving us the most fantastic of views. Although we very seldom found time to use them, a television and internet access were available to us. It was just as joyous staying in the house as it was going to the beautiful outdoors.

Outdoors led to the green lushness of Bequia. The villas were surrounded by fruit trees and palms and nestled among those was a pool great for late afternoon lounging after a day on the beach. The deck was equipped with comfortable outdoor lounging and dining furniture, a gazebo as well as a barbeque. Many evenings were enjoyed there!

Topping all this off, we were treated to mouth-watering fresh food prepared daily by 2 lovely and patient Bequian women, Joe and Carmina. They also ensured that the villa was always kept spotless and comfortable.

You may not get there by direct flight but it is well worth the trip!!

Ann and Jeewan,
Toronto, Canada

 


 

 

My wife and I have been to paradise almost a dozen times now and each time it has been nothing short of magical. Being in Bequia at Turtle Point and Flamingo Villas is the perfect barefoot getaway.

 

These two villas are nestled on a hillside amongst tropical gardens and fruit trees overlooking the beach, giving a panoramic view of Princess Margaret Bay. The beach is a pristine crescent you have all to yourself and your friends. No Miami beach this. After The Beach we laze poolside watching the sunset while sipping my wife's legendary rumpunch.

The villas are very comfortably appointed for an extended stay with modern amenities including wireless internet accesss. The friendly and attentive staff, Josephine and Carmina, ensure that your holiday is memorable especially after you have indulged in their Creole cooking. If you need supplies the quaint and picturesque little town is only walking distance away or you can take a two minute ride on African's water taxi. African is the Man, whether organising tours for us to neighbouring islands of Mustique ,Canaoun, Saltwhistle Bay and The Tobago Cays or freshly caught fish and lobster which he grilled to perfection.

We are totally addicted to this unhurried place still quiet, friendly and unspoilt. We always look forward to returning to our tropical hideaway.

Linda and Russell,
Barbados

 


 

 

I love being in Bequia. It is impossible to decide whether I prefer to stay in Flamingo or Turtle Point. They are both beautiful, nestled into the lush verdant hillside, beautifully designed, and decorated with artistry. I love to wake up there and to head out to the soothing calmness of the Princess Margaret beach where the water laps at you and the silvery fishes flirt and dart around you.

 

In the evening it is a dip in the pool warmed by the Caribbean sun and later a rum punch on my private balcony while I watch the sunset, a perfect foil for the sailboats lined up in the horizon.

For me it is about calm, peace and tranquility and loving caring staff prepared to pamper you and tempt you with fish callaloo and all kinds of culinary delights. Bequia is my escape to Paradise

Donna Scott-Mottley,
Jamaica.


"Great Location, genuinely friendly and helpful people, fantastic"

We stayed at the villa for a few months from late august through to December - including through the recent hurricane ( which only felt like a storm at home on the south coast of the UK really) and would thoroughly recommend it to anybody. We were greeted by african, a local legend who turns his hand to most things, including fishing, but much of which revolves around helping people and he is employed by Nina the owner to make sure all runs smoothly.He had got us supplies from the shops to get us started. He showed us round and made sure we had everything. Throughout our stay he got us fresh fish and lobster, made us wicked Capirrinhas and arranged anything we needed and recommended the best way to get around and do things. The villa has a choice of sun terraces all with furniture to sit and relax, eat and drink, and enjoy the fantastic views.The pool was always clean and a nice place to lounge being very private, but we tended to walk down through the trees the 30 seconds to Princess Margaret's beach which is undoubtedly one of Bequia's finest and, whilst it does get busier during the season, is a great place to watch all the boats coming in to anchor. Jack's Bar right below the villa is nice for a drink or a fresh tuna salad nicoise but oddly closes in the evening. Carmina and Josephine always kept the place clean and are both good cooks in their own right, which along with african's local dishes should give you a real taste of caribbean food. You can pay them a little extra to cook for you and do laundry etc. For those like me who feel the heat, there are ample fans and air conditioning to make the nights comfortable. The villa's best attribute is undoubtedly it's location with idyllic views over the water with the fireflies doing their best to compete with the lights of anchored yachts at night. Lower Bay is only a short ride away which has other local bars and restaurants - the pick of which is undoubtedly Fernando's for a small menu of fresh local specialities all made on the premises - all at substantially cheaper than the more mainstream restaurants. The island as a whole is not a cheap place but Flamingo Villas provides value for money and the advice of african will prove priceless. Nina, the owner, is a lovely lady recognisable for her chic elegance (and great legs, for those that are interested!). Although based in Barbados, she always checked to see that we had everything we needed and was very kind to us when we passed through Barbados when returning to the UK for a family bereavement. The combination of the villa and the support staff ensures that you can enjoy this Robinson Crusoe island to the full, but be aware that the island is hilly and roads are rugged so hiring a small jeep or even a scooter - whilst not cheap - is a great way to see the islands many spectacular views but there are plenty of local taxis."

Julie, Dec 19 2010


" I write the following reluctantly because I have found a jewel in the caribbean crown and would like to keep this little gem all to myself. It is, however, so beautiful that it gives me a conscience not to share it with like minded travellers. Bequia is for me a real haven from the hustle and bustle of other larger islands in the caribbean.

Nestling in the heart of the beautiful Grenadines this island is where the stresses of day to day living just vanish and you discover what is really important in life. I am fortunate to have a dear friend Nina who owns two properties right on Princess Margaret's Beach.
Both properties are beautiful but we always seem to stay in Flamingo with its vibrant colours of lime green, burnt orange and electric blue - you never for one moment forget that you are in the caribbean. 
From the instant you arrive you feel at home. The finest rum punch is placed in your hand and, if its the season, an enormous lobster is placed in front of you, beautifully cooked by Afrikan, Nina's dear friend, and hopefully my friend too. The view from the properties is spectacular with the tree covered hills dipping down to the azure blue water where the yachts are anchored after a day sailing around this idyllic part of the world.
Our day starts early in Bequia, probably around 7am, (very unusual for me on holiday!!) and I join the others for our daily walk. The hardest part by far is getting up the road from Flamingo - first time I did it I needed gas and air when I reached the main road!!!!! Once on the road you have many choices as to which route you plan to take and each one is wonderful. The colour of the plants takes your breath away and the higher you go the better the view.
We walk for about 2 hours knowing our reward is a large slice of homemade cake and a wonderful cappuccino from the Gingerbread cafe sitting at the waters edge under the canopy of a magnificent tree - what a way to start the perfect day!!
The day passes at a lovely slow pace, starting on the beach and finishing the day by the pool watching the sun go down and hopefully seeing the "green flash" (depending how many rum punches have been consumed!!).

There are some delightful restaurants in Bequia serving excellent food and its bliss not having to dress up - the word "casual" was born in Bequia !!
I have been very fortunate in my life to have had the opportunity to stay at many stunningly beautiful hotels all around the world but Bequia will always hold a very special part in my heart and its a destination I want to return to again and again and again and................ "
 
Carol Clark
Virginia Water
England
 

“ There are just a few remaining slices of life that can bring warmth to any day, that can inspire any one to want to rise at dawn, rather than sleep in, even when taking a break, that can make one forget about the cares of the the world and just get lost in pure high quality relaxation that excites, invigorates and rejuvenates, Flamingo and Turtle Point on Bequia, is one of those remaining places”.  
Noel Lunch
Former Tourism Minister of Barbados

" My wife and I have been to paradise almost a dozen times now and each time it has been nothing short of magical. Being in Bequia at Turtle Point and Flamingo Villas is the perfect barefoot getaway.
These two villas are nestled on a hillside amongst tropical gardens and fruit trees overlooking the beach, giving a panoramic view of Princess Margaret Bay. The beach is a pristine crescent you have all to yourself and your friends. No Miami beach this. After The Beach we laze poolside watching the sunset while sipping my wife's legendary rumpunch.
The villas are very comfortably appointed for an extended stay with modern amenities including wireless internet access.
The friendly and attentive staff, Josephine and Carmina, ensure that your holiday is memorable especially after you have indulged in their Creole cooking.
If you need supplies the quaint and picturesque little town is only walking distance away or you can take a two minute ride on African's water taxi. African is the Man, whether organising tours for us to neighbouring islands of Mustique ,Canaoun, Saltwhistle Bay and The Tobago Cays or freshly caught fish and lobster which he grilled to perfection.
We are totally addicted to this unhurried place still quiet, friendly and unspoilt. We always look forward to returning to our tropical hideaway ".
 
Linda and Russell Clarke, Barbados
 

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