|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The guest house overlooking the sea from Simon Lodge's three-hectare garden
A typically Creole home renovated in a tropical-chic style, comprising three bedrooms, three shower rooms, a large living room with kitchen and bar and a spacious, open terrace overlooking the excellent tropical garden.
The Peacock Suite is located in the main stone building and boasts a bedroom, covering more than 60 sq.m, and a bathroom which opens onto a huge gallery and the garden.
Sheltered from the breeze,
there is an enclosed pool area with a luscious garden, a covered dining area and lounge spaces.
Located in the garden, a private tennis court is available for sport lovers!
Daily housekeeping is included in the price.
Located between Le Francois and Le Vauclin, at the heart of a sugarcane plantation,
Simon Lodge is a magnificent property dating back to the 18th century. It boasts three hectares of tropical gardens which are still used in harvesting for the famous Simon Rum Distillery.
Overlooking the sea, on a large, flat plot lined with century-old trees, the guest house comprises a cloister of Creole-style buildings which form part of the lodge and can accommodate eight people.
Additionally, the Peacock Suite is situated in the main residence and is also available, meaning that eleven people can enjoy this unique place, which offers complete privacy and has been fully-renovated to combine tradition with comfort.
The property is elegantly decorated in a tropical-chic style.
The enclosed pool area is situated in a luxury garden and an outdoor dining area.
A private tennis court is available for sport lovers.
Housekeeping every morning is included in the price.
Les Antilles que nous connaissions bien pourtant nous ont réservés une superbe surprise, une demeure somptueuse dans le plus pure style colonial face à la mer, de vielles pierres, des arbres immenses, , de l'espace, une ambiance d'un autre temps.
La piscine, la déco, les bains de mer sur les ilets, tout était parfait. Nous nous sommes reposé et ça fait du bien. Et un merci tout spécial à "Vonvon" le jardinier qui nous a fait découvrir quelques secrets de la Martinique...
Nous reviendrons très vite