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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 Saint Lucia reviews

  • Pepperpoint Villa experience

    "I've been back a week now and it's a bit of a mood killer! Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you for letting your villa to us. You have a beautiful home and I couldn't have asked for a more serene and comfortable place. Marguerite and Germina were great - very accommodating and pleasant."
    Guest: Max C. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 9, 2016
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  • Privacy in British Colonial Paradise

    "Cap Pavilion is a lovely island plantation home that has a timeless ambiance. You can easily imagine yourself during the British Colonial period (albeit with modern conveniences) in any of the British colonies. Though a world away, Isak Dineson would have been very comfortable here, and would have found inspiration. The home is sited at the top of a hill and positioned to capture the Tradewinds blowing off the Atlantic, which cool the property making air conditioning unnecessary. The views are beautiful...the Atlantic to the East, the Caribbean Sea to the West, hills covered with dense tropical foliage, and the lights of Rodney Bay at night. As for the grounds, Jurassic Park has nothing on this place. We half-jokingly kept a watch out for raptors, especially at the pool. I am happy to report that we found none...or more importantly...that none found us. Within days, we settled in to the lifestyle....the cats ( Rusty the oldest, Rocket the passive , and Moss the mischievous one) roaming the grounds; the gong announcing breakfast and dinner; cocktails on the terrace or in the sitting room, daily passing rain storms, and daily visits to the pool, which has the feel of a secluded pond in a rain forest. We could not have been more comfortable largely due to the graciousness and humor of Sandrine and Cecil, who anticipated our every need. We were greeted with a rum punch upon our arrival that is the best we have ever had. Sandrine will happily make pitcher after pitcher during your stay. Though the setting and ambiance are lovely, what truly sets Cap Pavilion apart is Sandrine's cooking. She prepares a delicious hardy breakfast, a light lunch (at our request), and a 5 star dinner every night, using spices grown in her kitchen garden. You may select the menu, but keep in mind that her pork ribs, shrimp with rice, and roast boned chicken are standouts. Upon request, she will show you how she bones (or de-bones, if you prefer) a whole chicken using a technique that she has developed. We joined the ranks of former guests who recommended that she write a cookbook, bottle her hot sauce, and bottle her Caribbean marinade. Before making any restaurant reservations, we suggest that you sample Sandrine's cooking, as it is far superior to anything you will find on the island, and some of the best in the Caribbean. We feel fortunate to have discovered Cap Pavilion, and enjoyed the company of Sandrine and Cecil."
    Guest: Harold "Hal" M. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 30, 2016
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  • Amazing trip!

    "We had an amazing time! Everyone was so nice and helpful. My family loved it so much and we will be back for sure!"
    Guest: Lucila T. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 30, 2016
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  • Paradise

    "Together with friends I have just spent 2 fantastic weeks at Xanadu in St Lucia. This beautiful Villa is everything it claims to be and more. It offers total tranquility and privacy with sea and coastal views better than I have ever seen before. The property is in an open elevated position which we quickly learned has two huge advantages in this tropical location, one is that mosquitoes have no cover and two, they dislike the sea breezes that keep the pool and terrace a very pleasant place to be day and night. In other holidays I have spent in St Lucia at other Villas I found insects can sometimes be a problem because of surrounding vegetation and still air, not at Xanadu. The many restaurants we visited nearby all offered a great variety of food and value and the big Marina complex just a mile or so away is teeming with life and fun. The only place we felt negative about was the newly re-opened restaurant called The Blue Olive in Rodney Bay, don't go there if you are hungry and like value for money, shockingly small portions and a smell of sewerage ! Management of the villa is very good with nothing too much trouble and our daily maid, Viola was a ray of sunshine. I cannot recommend this interesting and unique villa highly enough, frankly a stay there is worth every cent and in my opinion worth a lot more than they charge but don't tell them. I want to go back !"
    Guest: Dirk M. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: March 5, 2017
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