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Recent Caribbean Reviews

It's all about the spice rack

5 of 5
We've been fortunate to stay in many wonderful villas throughout the Caribbean, where we've been travelling for over 30 years. This was our first stay on Anguilla. It will not be our last. The island is charming, accessible, relatively bug free, and has the most amazing beaches we've ever seen. Best part? The people are just plain wonderful. They seem to be thrilled that their little slice of heaven is enjoyed by so many folks from away, and they are all great hosts and hostesses. Our thoughts on GOC. 1. Read the other reviews. Suspend your skeptical grumpy self, and just believe every single word. The house is as good as described, and in many ways much better. It seems to have been built as someone's home, and not just a rental place. Lots of nice detail work, interesting lighting, very upscale furnishings and great finish levels throughout. Our experience in other villas, almost uniformly, is that they are presented as nice places to stay, but rarely do we feel welcomed as we would be in our best friend's home. Paul and Elise seem to be natural hosts, and this house reflects that. EVERYTHING works and EVERYTING you need to enjoy your time away is in place. The spice rack has 25 spices, not the begrudging salt and pepper shaker we usually find. The liquor cabinet has plenty of devil rum to tide you over until a trip to the store, and the refrigerator has milk, bread, butter and eggs for your first breakfast. AND there are actually coffee filters that work with the pot!! These things don't happen by accident, and I'm trying to make the point that they are reflective of the overall experience, well thought through, generous and accommodating. 2. The pool deck is where you'll spend most of your non beach time, and it's outstanding. Again, we've learned to be picky about sun exposure, and this pool deck has sun from, literally, an hour after sunrise until sunset. 3. The view. It's the real deal. Limitless horizon to suck the stress right out of your brain for hour after hour, with lots of cool boats moored in the harbor to snoop on when you're so moved. The sunsets are right out of central casting, and demand to be toasted with an umbrella drink of some kind. We really loved the house and location (walking distance to a couple of nice places to eat, but the walk uphill coming home is a killer), and we'll definitely return.
  • Submitted: Mar 3, 2015
  • Stayed: Feb 2015

Heaven for our group of 14

5 of 5
I led my family of 14 (5 adults, 9 teenagers) on what turned out to be the vacation of a lifetime at Joyce and Henri Verne's magnificent Castles on the Sea. I barely have the words to describe how perfect this "double" villa is for a relaxing vacation. First of all, the gorgeous pictures on the internet are all true, but of course, what makes this place better than the internet is the incredible, doting, lovely staff: Warren--a world class chef, Sylvan--the hardworking houseman who keeps the grounds perfect and Curlene and Beverly who keep the villas spotless and do your clothes as well! The nice thing about the grounds is that there are so many places to gather to be together--and to be alone if you wish to quietly read or nap. My teenagers took to croquet as if they had played their entire lives and by the end of the week as if their lives depended on it. We had a serious croquet tournament! Being able to swim in the gorgeous water right off the villa was heavenly and actually, far better than going in off a beach where you ended up full of sand. Waking up each morning, we would swim, eat a fabulous breakfast and then lounge. We never had to worry about getting a chair, or crowds or lines. "No worries, mon"--it is true. The owners, Henri and Joyce are lovely, so pleasant to deal with and are happy to answer any questions and make suggestions about things to do. It is also very nice to have 2 villas--versus one big house, because our group sort of split up into the early to bed crowd and those who stay up until 2 am. We could have killer scrabble games going on and not disturb the others in the other villa. The villa is comfortable, not so fancy that you feel like you're afraid to relax and put your feet up. The food was spectacular and we all enjoyed gathering every night to whatever Warren made--lobster, fresh fish, chicken and oh, those desserts. Yes, as others have indicated, the key lime pie is the best and this from a lifelong pie baker. The home is always kept immaculate by Beverly and Curlene--they are like church mice, you don't see them--they just stealthily kept our messes under control. Your privacy is never compromised by the large staff that maintains this home. I saw a case of Red Stripe on sale today in the grocery store and my heart went pitter-pat--not for my love of beer, which I don't even drink, but for my fond memories of Jamaica and Castles on the Sea. I feel lucky to have stayed there.
  • Submitted: Jan 29, 2010
  • Stayed: Dec 2009