Enjoy spectacular views from every room of our 2000sq.ft. beachfront penthouse. Villa Natalia is on the third floor and offers one of the best beach, barrier reef, and ocean views on the island. Ours is one of only nine units at Tranquility Beach, so privacy, relaxation, and secluded beaches are yours.
The tiled floor and high vaulted ceilings give our home an airy, spacious feel. Our furnishings have been carefully selected from around the world. The central air-conditioning keeps the entire space cool, or open the windows to enjoy the ocean breeze.
The kitchen is fully-equipped with all appliances. The dining room seats eight, or step through the French doors and dine al-fresco on the covered veranda overlooking the MesoAmerican Barrier Reef and Caribbean Sea. There are three bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms - one master with a king-size bed, one bedroom with two queen beds, and a third with a queen. All three with breathtaking views. We will allow up to 8 guests to accomodate children sleeping with their parents in the double quuen room but on a case by case basis only.
The landscaped grounds include a large fresh water swimming pool just steps from the beach. The tiled pool area is appointed with teak lounge chairs. The pier extends 350 feet into the sea, which makes a convenient pick up spot for water taxis and charters, or to slip in the water for an easy afternoon swim and snorkel.
We are located South of San Pedro, giving you easy access into town by bicycle (four provided), golf cart, taxi or water taxi. A small market, Marin's Mini, is located just down the road. It's great for basic groceries and necessities. A new little TexMex restaurant, The Lone Star Grill & Cantina, is nestled in the mangroves directly across the road. They also serve breakfast and lunch.
Keywords: Condominium Penthouse with Sunrise and Sunset Vistas
Villa Natalia is only a short distance from the Maya archaeological site, Marcos Gonzales National Park here on Ambergris Caye. Guided tours are available from park volunteers and staff. See what an archaelogist sees when a Maya site is being surveyed. Truly Unique!