Falmouth Villa Rental Photos and Description
Villa, 5 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, (Sleeps 10-14)
Perfect for families or groups of adults, Dieppe Bay House is on the seafront with spectacular views of Falmouth Harbour, Pigeon Beach and in the distance, the masts of world class mega yachts that visit the sailors' paradise of Antigua. Set in an acre of lush tropical gardens, Dieppe Bay House is the perfect choice for a relaxing holiday. Guests have the choice of sunbathing on the deck by the pool; chilling in the hammock down by the sea; cooling off in the poolside gazebo; enjoying the gardens or simply relaxing on the terrace. When it comes to dining, you can enjoy a meal on the terrace prepared in the fully equipped kitchen or for a more relaxed evening you can barbecue next to the sea in the rustic dining area with driftwood furniture and a gazebo. A holiday at Dieppe Bay will be truly relaxing with a housekeeper to look after you Monday to Friday; plus a gardener, pool service and property manager - all included in the cost. A chef and babysitting can also be arranged.
The house comfortably sleeps 10 in proper beds or 14 with truckles.
- Events Allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
Why Melanie St John chose Falmouth
As a family we fell in love with the Caribbean back in 1999. After several happy holidays in Barbados, a friend recommended Antigua and we were hooked. We first saw Dieppe Bay House in 2003 - an unfinished new build sitting in a muddy garden with few plants and no pool. Despite all the downsides, we knew we could make it the home of our dreams and set to. The early years were tricky as we got to know which local builders to trust and what would work with the climate in the house and garden. Almost ten years on, we have a house and garden that we are very proud of and the perfect base for many happy holidays over the year. We would love to share it with you.
What makes this villa unique
When we arrive from cold England - particularly in December, the first thing we do is head into the garden and onto the beach. The beautiful boats - from super yachts to small dinghies sailing by; the hungry pelicans dive bombing for their latest meal; the lap of the waves; the chatter of the fishermen; and occasionally the glimpse of a turtle. And then the next morning - dawn over Falmouth Harbour is stunning with the call of the barbary ducks in the background. Lastly the smell ... described by a journalist from The Times newspaper as 'the air smells like coconut; like moss; like wet brown sugar; like rum'