Choc Bay 1 rental

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      4 BR, Sleeps 8 • Choc Bay

Recent St. Lucia reviews

  • An absolute slice of heaven in the Caribbean

    Steve S.

    "From the moment we arrived to receive the warmest and most genuine welcome from Danny and Ann, until our regret-filled departure one week later, my wife and I simply loved every minute of our time at Marigot Palms. The property is impeccably cared for and is in absolutely perfect condition from top to bottom, inside and out. The view of magical Marigot Bay (where the Dr. Doolittle movie was filmed in 1967) filled us with wonder each and every morning - and afternoon and evening. We explored the island of St. Lucia quite thoroughly (we rented a car, but Danny is a skilled and generous tour guide, as well), and our assessment is that Marigot Bay must surely be among the most beautiful spots on this beautiful island. St. Lucia is an incredibly friendly, safe, and interesting island to visit. Danny and Ann's hospitality simply must be experienced first-hand to be truly understood. They are the perfect hosts, who inevitably feel like new friends from the start. When my wife got sick and needed emergency medical care, Danny jumped on the phone and got us to the best emergency facility on the island (about a 25 minute drive) - by the way, the ER care equalled any experience we've had in the U.S., and all was well in the end. Marigot Palms has great access to all that Marigot Bay has to offer, including multiple restaurants, and a beach with facilities for renting paddle boards, kayaks, sunfishes, etc. This is a delightfully different vacation experience from the all-inclusive properties throughout the Caribbean. Marigot Palms is exclusive without being prohibitively expensive - it's one of the best deals going in the islands, and if there were more than 5 stars, I would certainly assign the highest rating possible for every single attribute and characteristic of this wonderful slice of heaven."
    • Stayed February 2015
    • Submitted February 16, 2015
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  • Two Weeks in Paradise!

    Maureen S.

    "We recently returned from two weeks in paradise on the island of St. Lucia. Our vacation there was one of the best we ever had! It was wonderful to escape from a Canadian winter to temperatures ranging in the high 20’s (in Fahrenheit that would be in the 80’s). What a picturesque place St. Lucia is! We come from the landlocked prairies and so we were in awe of the scenery: mountains, the jungle greenery and the Caribbean. We had read glowing reviews of David and Wanda Wallace’s Nature’s Paradise. We were not disappointed! Nature’s Paradise is situated up a mountain just outside Marigot Bay, possibly the most beautiful place in St. Lucia. We stayed in the Avocado cottage. When we were at ”home”, we spent most of our time on the wraparound porch, overlooking the sea and Marigot Bay. Imagine waking up every morning to that view. The cottage has a kitchen, great for weekend breakfasts and for some eat in meals. The Wallaces provide a great breakfast from Monday to Friday. We were served tropical fruits, including juice made from the lime trees that grow on the property. There are also cheeses, local baguettes, Wanda’s amazing banana bread and muffins along with some of the best coffee we have ever had. It’s over breakfast that we had the opportunity to ask David and Wanda about the island and share with the other guests (a maximum of eight guests in the two cottages and two suites in the main house) various places and restaurants that they had visited. It was so interesting to meet couples from neighbouring provinces as well as from Oregon, Boston, and Britain. One couple mentioned they wanted to rent a catamaran for the day. We decided to split the cost and had a wonderful day seeing the island from the sea. We stopped at Sugar Beach for about an hour and later on for some snorkeling. We raved about this trip so much that when another couple arrived they, too, wanted to take a cruise. They opted for a half- day excursion and we, along with another couple, shared the cost. We would not have considered going on a cruise had it not been suggested over breakfast. David was able to make the bookings for us. David took us on an Eco Adventure, which we highly recommend. We visited a botanical garden and David, so knowledgeable about the vegetation, was an excellent guide. We went to a hot springs and spent some time in the pools there. The day ended with a visit to a volcano."
    • Stayed March 2015
    • Submitted March 23, 2015
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  • Best Anniversary Ever

    John B.

    "We could not have been happier with the decision to celebrate our 25th anniversary at Cap Pavilion. As other reviewers have noted the location is incredibly beautiful and private. Quite often the hardest decision was where to enjoy our time; the sitting room, the portico, the pool, or the sun deck. After several days it became clear that each had its optimum use; morning tea, sunset, sunrise, mid-day heat, and reading. We arrived on Saint Lucia with an extensive list of restaurants we intended to enjoy. At the end of our stay we had not visited one restaurant. Upon our arrival we were treated first to a gourmet snack and then a dinner prepared by Sandrine. They were fabulous! On day two we decided to sample another day of Sandrine’s cooking. We thoroughly enjoyed the multi-course dinner served in the formal dining room complete with mahogany, linens, china, silver, and candles. The room itself is a very open design void of a fourth wall so you can enjoy the fresh air and the view across the courtyard to the lights of Rodney Bay below. Our definition of the perfect restaurant is built around great food, attentive service, beautiful views, and minimal disruption from neighboring tables. There was no reason to look any further, we had found near perfection in Sandrine and Cap Pavilion. Sandrine agreed to shop, prepare, and surprise us with the menu for the balance of our stay. We could not have been happier for breakfast, lunch, dinner, rum punch, etc. In fact, the relationship eventually morphed into part restaurant, part cooking school. On numerous occasions I found my wife in the kitchen with Sandrine getting lessons on various preparation techniques. The surrounding natural areas were another very pleasant surprise. The photography and hiking opportunities right from the villa were most enjoyable. There is a network of trails (some of which are passable in a jeep) at the bottom of the road that follow the Atlantic coast. With just a three to four mile hike one can enjoy all types of topography; deserted sandy beaches, cactus fields, surf pounded rock structures, and even wild horses. If you follow the trails south along the coast you will come to Case en Bas beach which has a quintessential bamboo beach bar, Marjorie’s….great place to stop for a cold drink. A little further south is Five Dollar Beach (to get a feel for the area, google: The Man Who Won’t Sell Paradise)."
    • Stayed March 2015
    • Submitted March 18, 2015
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