Aurora Mustique Macaroni Bay, Mustique, St Vincent and The Grenadines
from $19000/ week
- Sleeps 8
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
Aurora Mustique St. Vincent & the Grenadine Islands Featured in Architectural Digest
Recently featured in the Architectural Digest, fortunate guests can watch the sunrise and sunset in this contemporary colonial style villa with sweeping vistas of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Nestled on the grounds is the separate Jasmine cottage, a lovely 2 bedroom private hideaway with It's own secluded Rock Pool. Three en suite bedrooms (of which two are adjoining) and open-air dining pavilion are all adorned with sophisticated furnishings. An expansive wrap-around verandah and well appointed media room make Aurora an ideal home for families.
Drawing Room & Media Room
Aurora has 3 beautiful en suite bedroom suites, 2 doubles and 1 single suite all sumptuously decorated. A large drawing room, media room, dining gazebo and lookout gazebo complete the house arrangement of rooms. All the bedroom suites and the media room are air-conditioned and designed entirely for comfort and relaxation. The house offers amongst other things broadband access, an entertainment & media room a swimming pool and air-conditioning.
There are two bodies of water surrounding Mustique, the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The main beach is Macaroni Bay – this is the beach that you can see from Jasmine Cottage and has lovely waves and a grass area to picnic in. The other is Lagoon Beach which is on the quieter Caribbean Sea. It's perfect for very small children and again has the perfect picnic area just in front of the lagoon. There is a path from this beach to secluded Geliceaux Bay which you can only reach by foot following the rocky path to the left. There are many other beaches on the island, not all of them suitable for swimming, but all beautiful and deliver the cooling trade winds that surround this property.
Enjoying Mustique's Unspoilt environment on foot
There is a walk from Obsidian Bay to Pasture Bay which can be difficult to follow but is well worth the effort. Stick with the coast and you shouldn't go too far wrong, time approx. 1½ hours. The walk the other way from Macaroni to Pasture is also a must – it shouldn't take more than 10 minutes but probably best to wear sandals even though you can do it barefoot.
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.
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. Over the years and due to It's exclusive nature Mustique has attracted many famous guests including Bill Gates, Mick Jagger, Princess Margaret and David Bowie. 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.
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.
- 8 Guests
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Beds
- 5 Bathrooms
- Main House
- Bedroom 1 King en-suite with bath
- Bedroom 2 King en-suite with bath
- Bedroom 3 Twin en-suite with bath
- Jasmine Cottage
- Bedroom 4 Queen en-suite with shower
- Bedroom 5 Queen en-suite with shower
Villa Features & Highlights
- Open-air dining pavilion
- Living room
- Dining room
- Drawing room
- Media room
- AC/Ceiling fans
- Entertainment/media room
- Sound System DVD/TV
- Wi-Fi iPod Docking
- Power 220/110
- Main house: 45 ft. swimming pool (W20m x D5m) (heated during winter months)
- Sun deck and Sun loungers
- Jasmine Cottage: private rock pool with sun deck
- 2 Kawasaki Mules
- Alfresco Dining
- Ocean Views
- Sunrise Views
- Sunset Views
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Availability & Rates
1 May - 30 Nov
1 Dec - 30 April
- All prices are subject to 11% government tax and a 10% island fee.
- An additional discretionary staff tip of 5% minimum is recommended.
- Rates do not include connecting flights, food and beverage.
- Complimentary Transfer on Departure
- Complimentary Transfer on Arrival
- Vehicle for Use
- Maid Service 7 days per week
- Household staff live on site in dedicated staff accommodation to provide daily service and hospitality.
- 1 Butler
- 1 Chef
- 1 Housekeeper
- 1 Maid
- 1 Gardener
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