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Montserrat Waterfront Vacation Rentals(3)

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  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
4 - 7 night min stay
$357 - $536
per night
4 night min stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 4 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
4 night min stay
per week
7 night min stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
7 night min stay
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Recent Montserrat Reviews

Avalon: Montserrat's Perfect Home Away From Home

5 of 5
My wife and I have been to numerous islands and villas in the Caribbean. We decided that for our 20th anniversary we wanted to go to place that was less traveled and had a flare of uniqueness. After much research we chose Montserrat. Once we decided on our destination, it was time time to find our home away from home. We looked at many pictures and read many reviews, and decided on Avalon. Take a look at the featured picture on the listing and that was the hook for us...and I have to tell you waking up to that view each morning during our vacation was in itself worth the price of the rental. In fact, though we had a rental car , and numerous invites from locals to venture out and do daily activities, we found it difficult to leave the Villa....the pool, the view, the breeze...it was so hard to leave our little piece of the island. If you want a great place to hang out and have a few (or more) adult beverages I recommend The Beach Bar...its a short drive from the villa and is just a fun place kick back and enjoy...enjoyed the food too! Also check out Uncles...loved it. The Villa had everything my wife and I needed. I must say I was a bit nervous about not having AC, but the trade winds and ceiling fans were enough to make sleeping very comfortable....I really don't know what to add other than we were completely satisfied with the accommodations and felt very much at home. Much of that was not only due to the villa itself, but Dyann's attentiveness to our needs and her overall hospitality. This was our first trip to Montserrat and Villa Avalon, but it will not be our last. We plan on returning and will bring friends and family, so they too can experience the simple pleasures of this special destination.
  • Submitted: May 19, 2015
  • Stayed: Dec 2014

And now for something completely different...

5 of 5
We have been visiting the islands of the Caribbean for several years now and Montserrat was certainly different! The effects of the volcano on the southern half of the island are amazing to see and we spent memorable days exploring the island and visiting the Volcano Observatory, the abandoned Air Studios and the outskirts of Plymouth. Lime Tree House was an excellent base from which to do this. We visited for 11 days in early October and the house was very much as advertised, with 2 large bedrooms and bathrooms at opposite ends of the house, with a splendid lounge and kitchen with all mod cons in-between. The balcony soon became our breakfast room and with the excellent wifi, my office for the hour of work a day that I couldn't avoid! We were given excellent information by Jon, the owner, when we booked and before we travelled and we were met at the airport by his manager, Pickett, who took us to collect our local driving licence on the way from the airport so that we could take advantage of the owner's car (which is also available to rent) straight away. The people of Montserrat are incredibly friendly and we soon got used to waving to everyone we saw and not having to lock everything up all the time - crime on the island is virtually non-existent. We used the pool a lot and the memories of watching the sun set from it will stay with us for a long time - especially the evening when an agouti appeared in the garden in front of us and stayed there long enough to have his photo taken! The island has a good choice of restaurants and our favourites were Olveston House, Ziggy's, Tina's, and Ben & Gemma's new beach bar at Isles Bay. The island also has several (usually deserted!) beaches and the swimming and snorkelling was fun. We also went trekking through the rainforest on one of the several trails that are available in the central hills. Following the destruction of Plymouth by the volcano, there is still re-building going on in the north of the island to create a new capital around Little Bay, but Montserrat is the Caribbean before tourism arrived and if you want a holiday of tranquillity and a stunning example of the power of nature, then it is well worth a visit and Lime Tree House is a great place to stay.
  • Submitted: Oct 19, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014