|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Description from the manager
Nestled on a hillside in beautiful Cap Estate, Pepperpoint villa enjoys a fantastic view of the surrounding vegetation with the Atlantic and the Caribbean Sea both forming a backdrop to this picturesque view.
The main entrance to this villa leads into an open plan, well equipped kitchen and dining area. On the same level is the spacious living room, opening out onto the front patio, drawing in the daylight and the cool Atlantic breeze. This patio flows out onto the expansive pool deck and gazebo area, the perfect area to sit and enjoy a good book or to soak up the sun's rays. The well manicured garden is littered with fruit trees which...Read more
Cap Estate, Saint Lucia
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Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$250 - $578||$250 - $578||$1,750 - $4,046||$7,000 - $16,184||3 nights|
|Apr. 15 2013 - Dec. 14 2013||$250||$250||$1,750||$7,000||3 nights|
|Apr. 15 2013 - Dec. 14 2013||$315||$315||$2,205||$8,820||3 nights|
|Apr. 15 2013 - Dec. 14 2013||$395||$395||$2,765||$11,060||3 nights|
|Dec. 15 2013 - Apr. 14 2014||$410||$410||$2,870||$11,480||5 nights|
|Dec. 15 2013 - Apr. 14 2014||$525||$525||$3,675||$14,700||5 nights|
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|Dec. 15 2013 - Apr. 14 2014||$300||$300||$2,100||$8,400||5 nights|
|Dec. 20 2013 - Jan. 3 2014
|Apr. 15 2014 - Dec. 14 2014||$395||$395||$2,765||$11,060||3 nights|
|Apr. 15 2014 - Dec. 14 2014||$315||$315||$2,205||$8,820||3 nights|
|Apr. 15 2014 - Dec. 14 2014||$250||$250||$1,750||$7,000||3 nights|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 15, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Nice, shame about the jungle!
My wife and I stayed at Pepperpoint for four weeks from June 26th to July 24th 2011. We wholeheartedly endorse the comments of the previous guests. The staff in the person of Germina and Bennis were the saving grace. In particular Germina’s dedication to her guests and sense of humour contributed significantly to our stay.
Pepperpoint is looking very tired and is in need of modernisation to justify the rental charged. The kitchen looks like something out of the 1950’s and lacks the modern equipment guests are entitled to expect.
The television belongs in the science museum and I don’t think a cheaper stereo system could be found anywhere in the world. There is a modem but no Wi-Fi facility; fortunately we had the foresight to bring our own.
The shower in the master bedroom en-suite has cracked backing panels and because water leaks profusely from the top of the shower head, water finds its way behind the panels and seeps onto the floor.
Much is made on Pepperpoint’s web site of the garden. It is not a garden; it is a ‘jungle’ encouraging and harbouring swarms of mosquitos, lizards, frogs and even rats! To venture down into the garden would be to invite being smitten with innumerable bites. The first day we were here, I laid out on the hammock situated on the terrace area overlooking the ‘jungle’. I was bitten so badly, I had to see a doctor at the Rodney Bay medical centre!
There are tall pot plants all across the terrace and particularly outside the front door. When you go out at night you naturally leave the lights on outside the front door. When you come back, you run the gauntlet of insects that these plants attract.
There would be an excellent view of the atlantic towards Cas En Bas from the terrace or the master bedroom balcony if the vista was not almost completely obscurred by the trees in the ‘jungle’. Cut them down please!
Finally you will need a 4x4 car. The cart track masquerading as a road to Pepperpoint would quickly destroy the tyres and suspension of an ordinary car and then once you arrive at the gates you need to climb a hill which must be at least a 1 in 5 to reach the car port.
Would we come back? Possibly but only if the ‘jungle’ is cleared and the place given a facelift!