With its secluded setting, spectacular views and two unspoilt beaches, you’ll feel at one with nature at the stunningly beautiful 600-acre resort of Anse Chastanet. The focus here is on exploring and enjoying your natural surroundings, although you may prefer just to laze on the beach or be totally pampered in the spa. Whatever your choice, your hosts, Nick and Karolin Troubetzkoy, will ensure you have the perfect holiday experience.
At this environmentally sensitive resort you’ll find that the sights and sounds of the natural world become an integral part of your holiday experience – birdwatchers in particular flock to Anse Chastanet to enjoy the abundant tropical bird life. Directly behind Anse Chastanet’s second beach lie the 18th Century ruins of an old French colonial plantation – a veritable tropical garden of Eden, the plantation is best visited with one of the estate guides who will give you a fascinating insight into the plantation’s historic past.
The romantic, open air Treehouse restaurant at Anse Chastanet offers a daily changing dinner menu with a focus on local, organic produce. Emerald’s features an exclusively vegetarian menu whilst Trou au Diable on the beach serves lunch daily and an Indian fusion menu and a casual beach grill most evenings. There is also the Jungle Bar and Grill at Anse Mamin, the resort’s second beach.
- Some of the island’s best diving and snorkelling right on your doorstep
- The individually designed rooms feature original works of art by local and international artists
- Premium Hillside Rooms feature a dramatic ‘open-walled’ design with the fourth wall open to the spectacular views.