Cinnamon Beach Villa is nestled seductively in the hills of Trouya. A tropical paradise, it is a perfect sanctuary of peace and tranquility and provides an ideal setting to be at one with the natural beauty of this idyllic island. The villa is located just minutes away from the beach at Trouya Bay where you can swim and snorkel in the warm Caribbean Sea. The villa exudes a relaxing, open air life-style concept. It offers an authentic combination of Mediterranean and Caribbean architecture. Cinnamon Beach Villa was decorated with a discerning eye and personal touches. An architectural jewel, with cool interiors and tasteful furnishings. The home is furnished in true island style with an abundance of native woods and hand crafted furniture pieces. Guests will be soothed by the soft breezes that whistle through the surrounding trees and the sweet sounds of the exotic tropical birds. At night, the waves will lull guests to sleep. The villa is built on split levels along the contours of the hill. The first level consists of a fully equipped kitchen and living room opening out on to an expansive decking area, built of tropical hard wood, combining both dining and comfortable lounging. This provides the perfect spot for savouring the breathtaking sunsets, views of the Vigie Peninsula and the lush surrounding vegetation or simply enjoying the sights and sounds of the Caribbean Sea.The second level contains three bedrooms and two baths. The rooms are painted in sunset colours that seduce the senses. The master bedroom features a four poster king sized bed with a unique en-suite bathroom with a large walk in shower and heart shaped jacuzzi tub from which you can take in stunning views of the Caribbean sea. The bedroom also enjoys a private deck which leads to a secluded roof-top sun deck.The other bedrooms contain queen sized beds and have ceiling fans and air-conditioning. These two bedrooms share a bathroom.
On St. Lucia, the most famous landmark is formed by nature, the Pitons, twin volcanic cones jutting out of the sea. They are the embodiment of the island’s tropical other-worldliness and surprising natural gifts. Another is near the town of Soufrière, which is touted to have the world’s one and only drive-in volcano.Read more about luxury homes in St. Lucia