Set within a private tropical garden of approximately 1.5 acres, Cinnamon Reef Mansion is the perfect holiday hideaway. Located within idyllic Little Harbour, the villa is sheltered by Cinnamon Reef, providing unrivalled panoramic views of the stunning Caribbean sea and the islands of St Bart’s and St Martin. Within the sea-side garden there is a dining pavilion with seating for 10 and barbeque dining area on a private beach with beautiful white sand and direct access to the crystal clear sea.
Built with loving attention and comprising of 9 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, tennis court, pavilion and gym, this beautiful villa is a unique place to relax and enjoy the ultimate in island living. Indigo is truly a Caribbean paradise. Continue reading
As the name suggest Àni North sits on the northern side of the estate and, like Àni South, sits perched on the edge of the dramatic cliffs overlooking Little Bay – perhaps Anguilla’s most treasured hideaway for swimming and snorkeling. All master bedrooms, indoor and outdoor living spaces are oriented towards the breathtaking western view down the Anguilla coast line and towards evening sunset views. Continue reading
This Mediterranean-inspired two-storey residence contains four master suites, its own Infinity-Edge Pool and Jacuzzi overlooking the ocean, and an outdoor dining pavilion. Villa Sand offers luxuriously breezy places to unwind, as well as be entertained with a flat screen plasma TV, DVD, CD and stereo equipment. The villa also offers a private path to the beach. Continue reading
If you are planning an escape from the winter season, we have something that might be of interest to you—The Caribbean’s most underrated islands by Fromer’s Travel Intelligence.
The least known of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix is an unexpected delight of mystical rainforests, plantation ruins, world class diving and breathtaking lookout points, including the easternmost point of the U.S. You’ll find all this and more at the North Shore’s renovated Renaissance Carambola Beach Resort; but plan a detour to Christiansted for a dinner at the legendary Restaurant Bacchus. Continue reading