|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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Enjoy beautiful sunsets over the Caribbean Sea from this a stunning, free-standing villa, set in the volcanic commune of Pointe-Noire on Basse-Terre’s west coast.
Put your feet up in the elegant living room, boasting a library, and enjoy mod cons including a TV, a DVD-player and a CD-player. The kitchen is fitted with everything from a stove to a coffee machine to meet all your cooking needs, while the furnished terrace sports a barbecue for convivial al fresco cook-ups. The house is surrounded by greenery and the lush garden is fenced.
Get a great night’s sleep in one of the two bedrooms or the comfy sofa bed in the lounge. One bedroom has a double bed and the other twin beds, while a baby cot is available on request. The double bedroom has an ensuite bathroom fitted with a shower and WC, as is the shared bathroom.
Linen, towels and WiFi are all included in the rental price. A small tourist tax applies to be paid upon arrival.
There is private parking on site, smoking is allowed outside only and pets are not welcome.
• The island-style decor
• The beautiful sea views
• The location in scenic Pointe-Noire
Dubbed “The Island of Beautiful Waters” by its first settlers, Guadeloupe’s main island, divided into Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre, is a holiday haven for those seeking not just sun and fun but also exciting activities in splendid, untouched nature, great gastronomy and a vibrant local culture.
The home of cocoa, Pointe-Noire offers a plethora of leisure activities and places of interest, including a botanical garden, an orchid park, gourmet restaurants, horseback riding, scuba diving, canyoning, water sports and of course stunning beaches with crystal-clear water. The closest beach and shops and restaurants are just a 5-minute drive away and the nearest supermarket is at 2km.
Highlights in Pointe-Noire and around the island include the Maison du Cacao cocoa museum, the le Saut de L’Acomat waterfalls and kayaking the canyons around Guadeloupe.