The Exterior


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Swimming Pool and Infinity Plunge Pool

A tiled sun deck provides plenty of space for sun loungers, a BBQ and dining area. A waterfall drops from the infinity spa pool into the main pool creating a relaxing ambience.  A perfect setting for a cocktail after a day’s sunbathing.

Tea House pool           Plunge pool- top iew

There is a convenient poolside wet-room with a WC and shower. You may prefer to use the poolside shower which falls from a ledge within an adjacent stone wall.

At night this area comes alive with a blend of fiber optic and mood lighting to the pools and surrounding deck.

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The Watch Tower

On reaching the doorway at the top of the staircase you are greeted by an overwhelming view of the Caribbean Sea and magical roof-lines.

This Sugar Mill styled tower provides the perfect place for a sundowner whilst enjoying one of the many impressive sunsets – you may even see the ‘green flash’.  Watch the varieties of birds and boats coming and going or simply enjoy the bay changing from day to night spotting the first stars to appear whilst the moon rises.

The 360 degree viewing platform has a mosaic floor and is accessed by a medieval inspired spiral staircase consisting of stainless steel, brass and bronze Iguana and floral castings. The window sills on the way up are adorned with crystal skulls, giant shells and geodes all illuminated via fibre-optics.

The music seamlessly continues at the top from a concealed pair of speakers so choose your music according to your mood and time of day!

Tea House Tower


A medieval candelabra hangs the full height of this extraordinary fairy-tale interior complete with twinkling candle fittings. Musicians can enjoy the sensational acoustics while spending a few moments jamming their favourite tunes.


BBQ Deck

This is accessed from the Living Room and a great place to catch some late afternoon sunshine whilst having a cold beer with jerk chicken on the large charcoal grill.  There is an African styled timber deck and handrails in absolute keeping with the hill side surroundings – many a Hummingbird can be seen from here!                                                                                                                                             

Tea House Garden produce

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The Garden

The ever changing garden has a variety of tropical plants, flowers & seasonal fruits including papayas, guavas, limes, bananas, pineapples and coconuts.  Other plants can be used for cooking and making herbal infusions – these include basil, moringa, neem, hibiscus, bay leaf, and mint. The flowers attract various Hummingbirds – always a very welcome site!