Experience one of the most spectacular views in the Caribbean -- an unobstructed view to the sea and the horizon, so you won't miss the green flash! This is a perfect location for one or two couples, or a small family. Poinsettia House is located within short walking distance of resort amenities. There is no need for a car as you can walk to restaurants, bars, grocery, dive shop, watersports rentals and more.
The beach is a two-minute walk from the house, with beach chairs free to guests. If diving is your thing, dive boats leave the bay daily. Day sailing trips take you up and down the coast or further!
Poinsettia House sleeps up to four persons in very comfortable king size beds made up with fine linens. The kitchen is well equipped with everything needed for the 'chef' in you ! Two sitting areas plus the outside deck give you lots of space to spread out and relax. Dine inside on a large table with a view; or on the outside deck with candlelights under the stars. The grounds are well maintained by our gardener with fruit trees and flowering plants and shrubs. The house is kept in immaculately clean condition by our housekeeper, Luciana.
There's lots to do here! Take a short walk to the beach and sit on one of our loung chairs with a good book. Snorkel on the outer edges of the bay. Take a water taxi to a nearby beach for more snorkeling. Or hop one of the dive boats and explore the wrecks off the beach. Go for a west coast tour and see the volcano, botanical gardens, Pitons. Go off for a day sail on one of the boats that go out of the harbor. Or arrange a private daysail -- just the two of you and the sunset. Go to the market in Castries and see all the produce that is grown on the island or shop for some local crafts. Experience a zip line tour in the rain forest. Climb the Pitons. Do lots or nothing at all !!
We are long time New Englanders who moved to Florida in 2012. We love both our island in the states and in StLucia.
We bought Poinsettia House years before the island was really developed to handle the tourists it does today. No traffic lights in Castries, not even many cars, few hotels We have seen many changes on the island over the years - -most of them to the betterment of the Lucian people. Marigot is still the Marigot we knew it back then -- particularly on the north side where the house is located-- little has change in our almost 30 years of ownership.
If I ask guests what they most liked about Poinsettia, I know what they'll answer. The View! And that's what sold us too.