Serenity Bay Britannia Bay, Mustique, St Vincent and The Grenadines
from $8000/ week
- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Serenity Bay Villa - Perched Dramatically above a Turquoise Bay
At least 50 feet above the Britannia Bay yacht harbour, Serenity Bay offers stunning views of the Grenadine Islands.
Steps down the cliff
A romantic twisted series of stone steps lead down to the beautiful bay beneath the villa like something out of a Hitchcock thriller. this enchanting villa offers wide, sweeping verandahs, comfortable living areas and an inviting dining room. At the south end of the villa, two private master bedrooms are decorated with classic Caribbean designs. At the north end, a garden path leads to a terrace and cantilevered swimming pool overlooking the ocean. The villa faces west and the sunsets as you can imagine are wonderful from this special property A short walk from the village - great for a long stay on Mustique
The interior of this spacious villa is finished with printed fabrics and classical wooden pieces of furniture carefully selected to give the feeling of quality and style. The rooms are large and can take larger pieces such as the four poster beds and large sofa suites. With enormous windows maximising the ocean views and drawing in the cooling breezes this villa is perfectly situated to appreciate the island location.
The Villa offers wide, sweeping verandahs, comfortable living areas and an inviting dining room.
Bedroom 1: King, AC, en suite with Dressing Room, Shower, Double Basins, Bidet & WC
Bedroom 2: King, AC, en suite with Dressing Room, Shower, Double Basins, Bidet & WC
- Sound system
- Mosquito nets
- hair dryers
- Bedroom Safes
- Direct TV
- Ceiling Fans
- Power 220/110V
- Swimming Pool - Cantilevered 26 foot pool (W16 x D4/5) pool is very relaxing with sun deck, loungers and umbrellas
- 2 Vehicles for guests use - 2 large Kawasaki mules
- Style - Classic Caribbean Design and Build: 1998, refurbished in 2007 and again in 2010
- Location - West, cliff edge
- View - The Caribbean Ocean and Grenadine Islands
Note children must be 12 or older due to cliff top location Mustique
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 and as a result has become one of the worlds great escapes for the international rich and famous. 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.
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.
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 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Beds
- 2 Bathrooms
- limit of 12 years age due to the cliff top location
- 2 rooms each with kingsize beds
Villa Features & Highlights
- cliff top location
- steps down to the water
- walking distance from the village
- Alfresco Dining
- Ocean Views
- Sunset Views
- Near Dive Pickup Point
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Availability & Rates
1 May - 30 Nov
1 Dec - 30 April
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