St Lucia · From £1779 per adult for seven nights
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Hailing back to days gone by, Anse Chastanet is the realisation of architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy who has embodied the natural environment in his designs and philosophies. With the pitons soaring out over the ocean in full view and 600 lush green acres to enjoy, there is always something to do here, or if you prefer you can simply do nothing at all. Within your reach are two soft white sandy beaches, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a designated marine reserve filled with an abundance of reefs and tropical fish. With such an assortment of natural wonders at your beck and call, you can be sure of a wonderfully eco-friendly experience on the island’s quiet south-western coast. The rooms are scattered in beautiful locations, from the beach to the rolling hillsides above, and some even have their 4th wall missing to allow you to appreciate the stunning vistas, while remaining perfectly private. Anse Chastanet is a resort like none other, and has to be seen to be believed. Rooms/Villas The resort offers 49 individually-designed rooms, or which 12 are situated as part of tropical gardens along the beach, with the remainder scattered around the verdant green hillside. The emphasis … Continued
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Location: Soufriere Pool Types: Swimming Pool Floor Area: 8850 sq. ft. Tamarind House means different things to the people who have already experienced its beauty and legendary hospitality. The rare luxury of space and privacy. Room to relax, to breathe, to rejuvenate and dream. Happy memories of drinks and laughter under the tamarind tree. Long white curtains billowing in the breeze. Swimming in the pool under a full moon. Bouganvillea climbing the walls – fuchia, violet and orange flowers set against a clear blue sea and sky. Rum cocktails and fish cakes at sunset. Tamarind House is located just off the Anse Chastanet Road; approximately 1.5 miles from Soufriere and 5 minutes from Anse Chastanet beach. Covering 8850 sq ft of space, this exceptionally large house is constructed of local stone with high greenheart ceilings and Barbados tile floors throughout. The main house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, while the separate Cottage is a master bedroom suite with its own living room, kitchen ( with coffee press, kettle, toaster and stove) , dressing area, marble bathroom, king size four poster bed and terrace. Tamarind House has been featured in Maco magazine and the book “Caribbean Elegance” by Michael Connors … Continued