Carissa Britannia Bay, Mustique, St Vincent and The Grenadines
from $24000/ week
- Sleeps 10
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- 6 Bathrooms
Carissa Villa Mustique St. Vincent & the Grenadines Fantastic location
Carissa is a stunning luxury villa on the exclusive island of Mustique. The last home of the late renowned architect Arne Hasselqvist, Carissa is in French plantation style with shaded verandahs and open living spaces that are cleverly cooled by the trade winds. It is situated in the hills on Mustique's west side with spectacular sea views to Bequia and the Grenadines. Set in seven acres of beautiful tropical gardens. Nowhere In Mustique is more than a 5 minute drive away including numerous stunning beaches- there are two 4-wheel drive buggies included.
An ideal layout, wonderful features
Carissa has numerous lounge areas in which to relax, along with a breakfast area, dining pavilion and large shaded verandahs to accompany the stunning, saltwater infinity pool. This beautiful Mustique vacation base also has a fully equipped office/library, and a pool snooker room with bar.
Five fabulous bedrooms
The villa has five en-suite air-conditioned bedrooms, two of which are situated in separate pavilions. There is a sixth en suite bedroom which is a kids bunk room (sleeps 6). This can be converted easily into an extra double bedroom. Entertainmentwise, Carissa has cable TV, dvd player and stereo system. There is also both a video and a music library, and internet for guest use. The Kitchen is extremely well equipped, including dishwasher, microwave,refrigerator with ice maker and all cooking utensils. Catering is also available upon request.
Staff to look after you in style
Our staff of six, including house manager, chef, butler and maids will take care of your every need and requirement. From small intimate dinners by the pool, on the beach orin the dining pavilion through to involving yourself in Mustique's social scene and throwing large dinners/ cocktail parties.
Macaroni Beach is perhaps the most famous of Mustique's nine beaches and is situated on the east coast of the island. Other popular beaches on the Atlantic or Caribbean are Endeavour, Lagoon, L'Ansecoy, Pasture Bay and Simplicity, several have picnic hut facilities. Some beaches are connected along the coastline by rustic stone paths.
Complementary to the villa are an invitation to the Managing Directors cocktail party,airport pick-up and transfer to the villa, use of 4 floodlit tennis courts, avehicle, access to a fitness trail, household staff (cook, maid &gardener) and a laundry service.
Horse Riding on Mustique
The Equestrian Centre on Mustique offers the unique opportunity to ride along this unspoilt coastline and lush island landscape at only 100 USD per hour. The centre is open from Monday to Friday and rides are scheduled at 9.30am and 3.30pm.
The Isle of Mustique is privately owned and It's constant warm climate and unspoilt landscape makes it unique and extremely desirable. Discreetly maintained by The Mustique Company a maximum of 100 residential properties may exist although there are currently only 72 in existence. The roads are unpaved, there are few of them, little signage exists and all the telephone and power cables are underground. In essence Mustique has been developed in reverse, the properties are sophisticated whilst the landscape is unspoilt and serene. English is the most common language spoken but due to the international scope of the islands guests French,Italian, German and Dutch are often spoken.
Covering 1,400 acres Mustique has several coral reefs at It's waters edge and plays host to a variety of beautiful wildlife such as herons, tortoises, iguanas and a wide variety of tropical birds. The year round population of around 500 live mostly in the villages of Lovell, Britannia Bay and Dover. General history of the island dates back to the 15th century when Spanish sailors named the island 'Los Pajaros' or 'The Birds' as the islands resembled a flock of birds settling on the ocean. Originally the islands main export was Sugarcane but this was eventually abandoned in the 19th century when sugar was sourced from European-grown sugar beet. Remains of the Sugarcane industry such as the 'Cotton House' and sugar mill at Endeavour are the last physical traces of the islands historic past.
- Sleeps 10 Guests
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Beds
- 6 Bathrooms
- 5 bedrooms
- 6 bath
Villa Features & Highlights
- six staff members to look after you
- Ocean Views
- Sunset Views
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Availability & Rates
1 May - 30 Nov
- $24000 p/w
1 Dec - 30 April
- $31500 p/w
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