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Plantation Guesthouse & Heritage Site

“Balenbouche is not only an acclaimed eco plantation inn, but also a tranquil nature park, family home, community, and unique part of St. Lucia’s heritage.”


Waterlily Cottage

  • 1 - 2 persons
  • 1 bedroom/1 bath
  • Veranda
  • Kitchen
  • 600 sq. feet
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Banyan Cottage

  • 1 - 6 persons
  • 3 bedrooms/2 bath
  • Living Area/veranda
  • Kitchen
  • 1,150 sq. feet
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Almond St Lucia guesthouse

Almond Cottage

  • 1 - 4 persons
  • 2 bedroom/2 bath
  • Living Area
  • Kitchen
  • 1,150 sq. feet
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Frangipani Cottage

  • 1 - 2 persons
  • One bedroom
  • One bathroom
  • Balcony
  • 450 sq. feet
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Calabash Cottage

  • 1 - 2 persons
  • One bedroom
  • One bathroom
  • Veranda
  • 450 sq. feet
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St Lucia is an independent country in the Lesser Antilles far south on the Caribbean island chain. The volcanic island is 248 square miles large and has a population of about 180,000. Average temperatures are in the 80's (26 - 28 C) year round and the best time to travel is between November and July.


What others are saying about us

“Whether visiting for the natural beauty, the history, the excellent food or to spend the night, the laid-back personality of Balenbouche will ensure your complete enjoyment” (The UK Sun) “…the gentle spirit of the owner transforms the property into “home” for all who wander in that direction.” (Indigo Guide) “Balenbouche is a prime example of the type of eco-tourism propagated by the governments of the Lesser Antilles – a concept which is just being realized consistently in the last few years in St Lucia” (360 Skyscene) “Every now and again, a traveler stumbles across something – a place, a person – that feels truly special.” (BWIA Caribbean Beat) “Balenbouche is indeed a world within itself exuding a tranquil presence of warmth, hospitality and harmony.” (Tropical Traveler)