This newly built one-bedroom villa is located on the quieter part of Praslin island only 15mins by plane from the international airport on Mahe island. Ideal honeymooners and couples getaway to relax in absolute privacy right on a secluded white sandy beach only a few steps from the veranda. The villa is surrounded by beautiful beaches. Praslin is perfect for island hopping. Close proximity to the airport, local shops as well as reasonably priced restaurants. An 18-hole golf course is a next door
The villa offers self-catering facility with a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious en-suite bedroom with king size double bed, FREE WiFi, cable TV and a private veranda with sea view.
It’s the perfect place to relax with your loved one, surrounded by the natural beauty of the beach and the sea which is at your door step.
Here you can enjoy the feeling of the sea breeze and listen to the sound of waves rolling while you sun bath or watch the sun setting, snorkel and fish right off our beach and watch sea turtle laying eggs between November and January.
Or you can spend your day playing golf next door at a private 18-hole golf course or use our free Wi-Fi on the beach to upload your holiday photo to show off to your work mates and family back home.
There are only three villas on the estate of which we live in one of them
Two of the villas are beachfront with private beach area and with their own sun lounges.
The whole villa, the garden and the private beach which is often all yours
Interaction with guests
We live in another one of the villas on the estate and we are always available if you need help
Other things to note
As you notice we don’t have many reviews yet. We only started to take guest in July 2017. The villas are newly built and construction finished end of June 2017.
We expect guests to treat the villa with respect. This mean no smoking inside but it’s fine on the front veranda or exterior spaces. Please be considerate and switch off air-conditions, fans and interior lights when not in use. Minimize use of the water as the dry monsoon last for six months.