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Welcome to Harbour number 16 a wonderful 3 bedroom townhouse located in the heart of the Rodney Bay Marina. Harbour number 16 is located within a development of town houses called the Harbour which is just a 5 minute walk to Reduit Beach.
The Harbour is situated in fully landscaped gardens ad swimming pool set amidst the lush tropical foliage. This gorgeous townhouse is situated on the ground floor of the building enabling you to directly access the spectacular view of the Marina.
Rodney Bay marina hosts a wide variety of impressive sailing boats and luxury yachts located directly at your doorstep. The town house is within walking distance from all Rodney Bay has to offer from duty free shopping, delicious restaurants, night life, shopping Mall’s to Reduit Beach which hosts a variety of water sport activities.
This townhouse has a spacious ground floor which comprises the open plan kitchen, dining, living room and open air patio. The light coloured contemporary furniture placed throughout this spacious room complements the overall feeling of peace, serenity, and tranquillity as intended by its designer. The living room comes equipped with a stereo, cablevision TV and DVD. The room is cooled by central air-conditioning and it opens out through French doors onto an oceanfront patio.
The view from the patio is of the Rodney Bay Marina with its beautiful array of luxury yachts and sailboats. There is a well equipped kitchen and laundry room for your convenience and a small powder room.
For guests use there is a large communal pool available a short walk from the villa.
On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms both fully air conditioned with ensuite bathrooms and showers and equipped with cable TVs. Bedroom one is very spacious with a king size bed. The second bedroom has 2 single beds which is ideal for 2 children or it can also be joined together to make a king size bed.
Upstairs is the very spacious master bedroom with a luxurious king size bed and ensuite bath and shower. It boasts its very own private balcony with amazing views of Rodney Bay Marina. Patio doors also allow for a fresh sea breeze to enter the room but this room is also fully air conditioned. Above the room there is also a very private studio which could be used for peaceful reading or relaxing as well as additional sleeping.
Staff: There is a Maid service Monday – Friday 9 am - 1 pm and a Nightly Watchman
• Air-conditioned bedrooms
• Cable TV
• Central air-conditioning
• Clothes Dryer
• CD player
• DVD player
• High Speed (ADSL) Internet access available
• Near Beach
• Washing Machine
We had a wonderful stay at this beautiful property in Rodney Bay. I wish we could have stayed there forever. Spotlessly clean, very well maintained and superbly located. We felt very safe here with a night watchman and good security. The beds were very comfortable. Our maid was a lovely friendly lady and she did a great job. There were great restaurants within walking distance of the property and some good supermarkets too. We hope to return to the villa again in the near future.
The villa is located in RodenyBay and is a short walk to Reduit Beach. Rodney Bay is one of the most popular yachting destinations in the Caribbean. There is a beautifully landscaped Marina with restaurants, bars, shops and galleries. The Bay is worth visiting during the day to browse through the shops and enjoy a waterside lunch or at night when it becomes lively due to the many night time venues.
Reduit Bay together with Rodney Bay are St Lucia’s main beach areas. There are several bars, restaurants and an excellent selection of water sports available. For the most part, St. Lucian beaches are relatively short, but with five miles of white sand on Rodney Bay, Reduit is the place for a long stroll by the shore and a swim in calm waters. One of the most popular beaches on the island, it is fronted by the Rex St Lucian Papillon and the Royal St Lucian hotels.
St Lucia lies in the eastern Caribbean about 21 miles (34km) south of Martinique and 26 miles (42 km) northeast of St Vincent. St Lucia is approximately 20 miles long and 10 miles wide. St Lucia is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean and it is also one of the most interesting and breathtaking in terms of its landscape and scenery. It has some of the most beautiful and pristine palm fringed beaches in the Caribbean, together with magnificent rain forests, cascading waterfalls, incredible, rivers, papaya orchards, stunning bird life and tropical gardens which are full of wild orchids and birds of paradise. It is very lush and mountainous and is blessed with the very recognisable and beautiful twin volcanic pitons that rise half a mile straight up out of the sea.
St Lucia is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you but it is also perfect for those looking to be a bit more active. If you're not sure what to do in St Lucia then check out our activities guide. Activities include plantation tours, nature hiking, horse-riding and bird watching. You will even be able to spot Turtles in season. For water sport enthusiasts, you can enjoy excellent sea water sports in St Lucia such as snorkeling, wind surfing, scuba diving and deep sea fishing.
There are several world class golf courses including Sandals Regency course and St Lucia Golf resort and country club.
For the shopping enthusiast, St Lucia has the wonderful advantage of having duty free status.
Even though St Lucia is one of the most popular islands for discerning tourists, much of the Island remains unspoiled and you will still be able to find deserted white sandy beaches on occasion.
All of this together with fabulous weather, world class restaurants and some of the friendliest people in the Caribbean make it simply Paradise.
Rodney Bay is one of the most popular yachting destinations in the Caribbean. There is a beautifully landscaped Marina with restaurants, bars, shops and galleries. The Bay is worth visiting during the day to browse through the shops and enjoy a waterside lunch or at night when it becomes lively due to the many night time venues.
For the most part, St. Lucian beaches are relatively short, but with five miles of white sand on Rodney Bay, Reduit is the place for a long stroll by the shore and a swim in calm waters. One of the most popular beaches on the island, it is fronted by the Rex St Lucian Papillon and the Royal St Lucian hotels.
The Pitons are without a doubt St Lucia’s most famous and photographed landmark. These twin volcanic mountains soar out of the sea and dominate the landscape as you drive south of Soufrière. The northern Piton is called Petit Piton and is 743 meters in height whilst Gros Piton is 771 meters in height. Gros Piton is easier to climb although it is very steep towards the top. It takes about 5 hours round trip. A guide is recommended and can be obtained from Gros Piton Tours.
World class charter and deep sea fishing boats are available for a whole or half day excursion. There are several tour operators, through which this can be done, including Mako Watersports in Rodney Bay, MISS T Charters at Vigie Marina, and Trivial Pursuit Charters in Castries.
The clear warm waters off St Lucia are ideal for Scuba divers of all levels and the reefs teem with an amazing variety of plant and marine life. Diving in the water in St Lucia it is common to swim with turtles, nurse sharks, and shoals of tropical fish.
There are several really excellent golf courses on St Lucia. You can enjoy a round of golf in the most stunning of settings. There are 9 and 18 hole courses all with breathtaking views. The Sandals Regency Golf Resort and Spa and St Lucia Golf and Country Club both have 18 holes whilst the course at the Jalousie Plantation has 9 holes.
St Lucia has over 600 acres of Jungle and stunning mountainous rain forest rising almost 1800 ft (548 m) set against the back drop of the beautiful Pitons. Hiking is one of the best ways to explore this quieter side of St Lucia.