The Sugar House - Historic Beauty!

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Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Villa

The Sugar House - Historic Beauty!

The Sugar House is a newly completed spacious two-bedroom villa located on the renowned Old Fort Estate property on Mt. Pleasant, Bequia. Built on the historic foundations of a round sugar mill that dates back to the 18th Century, this stylish villa has a striking architecture that combines indoor with outdoor living. From here and the many paths within the large estate grounds, you can enjoy astounding views that stretch from the eastern to the southern Grenadine Islands and into the lush neighbouring hillsides.

The villa consists of two large and comfortable en-suite bedrooms, a custom-built kitchen that opens up to a large round open-concept ...Read more

About the owner

Quirin Vincent S.

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The Sugar House - Historic Beauty!
Belmont, Bequia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

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Additional Location Information

While one reads all about the more visited Caribbean destinations such as the Virgin Islands, Jamaica, the Caymans, and St. Martin, it's often hard to find information about St. Vincent and the Grenadines. One reason is that St. Vincent, a bountiful island with vast coconut and banana plantations, in the past never primarily depended on tourism as a source of income, and another is that the Grenadines are remote and can only be reached by yachts or commuter airlines. As a result, these islands are the perfect haven for travellers searching for quiet, beautiful getaways surrounded in natural splendours, rather than islands full of glitzy hotels, casinos and jet loads of tourists.

The romantic island of Bequia (pronounced Bek-way) was named the island of the clouds (although some now say it was named the crutch because of its shape) by the Carib Indians and has changed little with time. Due to its seclusion from the rest of the world, Bequia has built up a strong seafaring history, with age-old traditions in boat building, fishing and even whaling, being one of the few places in the world where limited whaling is still allowed by the International Whaling Commission. It has also been a sanctuary for sailors long before any other visitors discovered the Grenadines.

Gold-sandy beaches, many of which disappear into coves that are excellent for sailing, scuba diving and snorkelling, encircle Bequia. The centre of the island is hilly and forested, providing a dramatic backdrop to the bays and beaches. Admiralty Bay, the island's natural harbour, is a favourite anchoring spot for yachtsmen from all over the world, and here visitors can enjoy the quaint waterfront, lined with bars, restaurants and craft shops. Isolated enough to remain relatively unspoiled, yet lively enough to be stimulating and entertaining, Bequia provides a blend of the old and new that many find perfect.

On Bequia you will meet some of the friendliest people in the Caribbean that will welcome you to the island and make you feel at home immediately. It is also a great place to make new international friends from all over the world, go on a day sail, go hiking, or just "lime" under a coconut tree with your favourite beverage. Bequia’s simple, unhurried lifestyle and beauty boasts a magical charm that leaves visitors wanting more.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Nearest airport, 3 miles
Nearest ferry port, 2 miles
Car is not necessary

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