Frigate Bay Condo Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, 1 bath (sleeps 3+1)
Condo overlooks the Caribbean Sea and beaches of Frigate Bay with nothing to block the view. Private gazebo, and this is the only condo in the development with a path to the ocean. Private, detached laundry shed and gardens, 2 private parking places. Condo has studio bedroom with kitchenette and separate bedroom with trundle bed (single bed above, pull-out bed from below), suitable for couple plus one adult; or couple plus two younger children.
The Horizons Villas development is located on the Caribbean side of Frigate Bay (the ocean side of St. Kitts is generally too violent for swimming). It’s an easy 5-minute walk along the water or short drive of less than five minutes to the best beach bars, restaurants and swimming in St. Kitts. Marshall’s restaurant, considered one of the top 5 restaurants on the Island, is located on the top level.
Although technically a “condo” located in the beautiful Horizons Villas development, there is no condominium association here, and therefore no condo rules to concern you. This will be your own private residence, similar to a villa, and how you choose to spend your time will not upset anyone. The condo is located at the very end of a road at the very bottom of the 3-level Resort development, and you have an un-restricted view of the sea to the south and west; total privacy from the rest of the development; and the only sounds you will hear are soft waves breaking on the shore and birds singing in the trees. If you want 'romantic,' this is it.
Unit comes with a six-pack of beer, six-pack of regular or diet coke, and a bottle of good rum.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a wonderful time! Thank you so much for letting us use your place. The location was perfect-- we had most of our breakfasts in the gazebo, and when we wanted to pick up and go it was easy to drive anywhere. We followed some of your restaurant recommendations and were very pleased. We also discovered a new restaurant on the strip in Frigate Bay: Jam Rock. It opened in November, which might be why it wasn't on your list. We went there our first night and I had amazing, freshly caught grouper with a caper sauce. It was so good we went back on our last night! The prices were reasonable and the food was just as tasty as anything we tried at some of the more expensive places.
We managed to prepare a few dinners at the condo, although without my usual cupboard full of ingredients and supplies my options were limited. That was my own fault though-- I had forgotten how when my family did vacation rentals when I was a kid, we'd go someplace that was only a couple hours away and my mom would bring two coolers full of supplies! It probably would have been just as expensive to buy a ton of ingredients, spices, and pans as it would have been to eat out frequently, which we did. But that's okay, we really enjoyed ourselves and saw a lot of the island that way. One night we made some fish from the market in Basseterre with a simple marinade from the store, and it was pretty good!
One thing you may want to consider is adding a paragraph in your welcome packet about the condition in which you would like the condo to be left. When we got there, Mike and I realized that we weren't sure if we should launder all the sheets and towels, etc. at the end of our stay. We bumped into Shelley on our second-to-last day, and she told us that wasn't necessary.
Our experience was overwhelmingly positive. The whole honeymoon was everything we wanted and needed after six months of intense planning.
All the best, Laura