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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent French Cul de Sac reviews

  • Perfect Villa Rental

    "Five Adults and 6 children. Perfect vacation rental. Plenty of room. The outdoor living area was fabulous. Kitchen was very well equipped. If I could, I would buy this Villa!!!! Maly was very helpful and attentive. Will definitely come back."
    Guest: kelly d. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 29, 2017
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  • Great location and very nice villa

    "The location was perfect- our 1st time on the French side. We kayaked everyday to Pinel Island. Loved that there is a great sandbar in the middle so we could take a break from rowing and swim around there. Can also stop off at a little beach on a small island in the middle called Little Clef. The open floor plan was perfect for our family. Audrey the property manager was wonderful as well- friendly and extremely responsive. We have rented many homes on a few different islands, and this home and location was one of our top picks. Highly recommend."
    Guest: julie b. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • Perfect house, perfect location, perfect island experience.

    "My family and I stayed here to ring in New Year's and the first week of January 2017. Wow!!! We are all so sad to be back. The house itself is spectacular and has everything one needs to enjoy a truly relaxing and beautiful island experience. We were 8 adults and 3 children and never felt crowded, helped out by the huge outdoor space where we spent much of our time when we were home. Everything was so comfortable. The part of the island we were in (the northwest corner) was perfect. A quiet neighborhood with markets and restaurants nearby. Only 5 minutes to the busier Orient Bay and fairly close to the great shopping and fine dining area of Grand Case. One of the best parts of the house and where we were located was the access we had to the stunning little island of Pinel which we kayaked to daily. Do not miss this little gem if you come here. The beach is beautiful and the snorkeling trail around the reef worth exploring. The house comes with 2 kayaks and we were only a short walk to Caribbean Paddling - a little company where we could rent more when we needed. The pool was on the small size but beautifully maintained as was the rest of the house. We sat outside on the deck almost nightly and ate dinner as a family. A couple small issues that came up were very quickly resolved, as Maly, the property manager was extremely communicative and attentive. All in all, a fantastic holiday. We can't wait to be back and can't imagine staying anywhere else!"
    Guest: Susan S. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 9, 2017
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  • Quaint vacation rental for the true vacationer

    "We just returned from a week in St. Maarten. I hope I get to post photos here so anyone reading this can see them. 3 bedrooms, air conditioning in each one. The bedroom facing the pool is where we slept and the hurricane shutters made the room so dark. Perfect for sleeping in. :) The house is fully equipped with 2 refrigerators, a washer/dryer, regular coffee pot and a Nespresso machine, toaster, oven, microwave and more dishes and pots and pans than you'll ever use. There are about 15 steps down to the house, so if you have an issue with that, just know this beforehand. We met Filippe at the pharmacy at the top of the hill. He guides you right to the house. It is tucked away, so arriving in the daytime is a BONUS so you can get your bearings as to where you are. The pool is lovely. The little beach is just that, little. If you're looking for long walks on the beach, this isn't the place for you. I fed fish off the little dock. Some big (like tarpon big) and some little needle-nose fish. There are jelly fish in the area, also, so AQUA SOCKS are a great idea. It is rocky right off the beach, so I was happy I had them. We had 2 kayaks and a paddle board at our disposal. We took the kayaks out every day and went to Pinel Island for lunch and snorkeling one day. The snorkeling was 12 euro/13 USD, but the snorkeling was -- to be honest -- average at best. We've been to Turks & Caicos the last 3 years, and the snorkeling there beats this hands down. That being said, I still think you should do it. Everyone is friendly and helpful. You're on the French side, but everyone seems to speak English anyway. You'll see lots of iguanas and hermit crabs on the island too. The TV has 3 American channels, BBC, CNN and MSNBC, so we stayed current on the news at night :). Cocci Market is right up the road. BRING YOUR OWN BAGS if you plan on getting a lot of things for the week. There is another market down the main road that has more variety of wine and beer if you're looking for libations. Prices were all reasonable. Restaurants: We arrived on Sunday and not much is open on Sundays -- keep that in mind. We went to Rancho Del Sol in Orient Bay. Tex-Mex, pizza, seafood, pasta. Happy hour from 4-7, which was a nice surprise, so 2-for-1 drinks. Jam Rox and Grain de Poivre were lovely and had wonderful fish dinners. Our favorite was Pancho Villa. Mexican food that's fresh and the owner, Joliee, is a delight. GO VISIT HER."
    Guest: Denielle M. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 30, 2017
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