Villas at Carriacou
Brand new to our portfolio, Villa Joya on the island of Carriacou offers the ultimate private, modern, & luxury vacation experience in one special property. The setting is truly spectacular, with sweeping ocean views from the house & gardens across to Petit Martinique & Petit St. Vincent. A peaceful space where relaxation & rejuvenation are guaranteed. Sip on a cocktail by your own private pool or listen to some music as you dine al fresco under the starlit sky, you’re on island time now!
With architecture inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, this beautiful villa sits on a promontory on the Atlantic side of the unspoiled and friendly island of Carriacou, an easy 20 minute plane ride from Grenada. The property is beautifully appointed with luxurious interiors. It has four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and can accommodate up to 10 guests. The high-ceilinged sitting room sets the tone of space, light and modern luxury found throughout the villa. There are indoor and outdoor dining and entertaining areas by the pool, in the courtyard and in the sitting room. There is a DVD library, a surround sound system and internet access throughout the house. The kitchen is fully equipped with a large oven, microwave, two refrigerators, dishwasher and Nespresso coffee maker. A complimentary meal and drinks are prepared for your arrival and a continental breakfast for the first morning of your stay. The villa is virtually mosquito-free thanks to the constant cooling breezes from the Atlantic ocean. The nearest beach can be reached by walking around the rocks or by a short car drive.
Carriacou is a spectacular and largely undiscovered island in the Caribbean, bordering the Grenadines. It boasts startlingly clear waters, spectacular reefs, a lush hilly interior, and white sandy beaches. There is the opportunity for some wonderful diving and snorkelling, as well as trekking and excursions to nearby deserted islands such as the Tobago Cays, White Island & Mayreau. Carriacou is not a place of cruise ships, big resorts or souvenir shops. The island represents Caribbean life the way it was 50 years ago; friendly, laid back and relaxed, but with plenty to do. The locals are known for their warmth, enjoyment of life and kindness to neighbours and foreigners.
$13,650 US per week from December 1st to April 30th
$9,100 US per week from May 1st to November 30th