Charming traditional cottage at our St Lucia plantation
Frangipani sleeps up to 2 adults, + 1 small child
Frangipani, our beautiful St Lucia plantation cottage, was built using a traditional West Indian design which fits into the historic landscape of our secluded property.
Frangipani is a charming one bedroom, one bathroom with king bed and separate dressing area. It offers a very large bathroom with natural stone shower and French windows. The sink is built into a piece of driftwood. Many of the materials were re-purposed from two existing wooden structures. In this way, the beautiful hardwood and traditional design was preserved. The fretwork below the pitched roof allows for natural ventilation and lighting.
This st lucia plantation cottage is surrounded by a beautiful bamboo grove and Mango trees scattered throughout a large well kept lawn, creating the feeling of being in a tropical park.
One or two of our cats frequent this cottage; if you are allergic or really do not like cats, please let us know ahead of time 🙂
April 16 – December 14
December 15 – April 15
10% off stays over 1 week
20% off stays over 2 weeks
monthly rate US$ 1000
Frangipani is the perfect getaway for couples and honeymooners. However, there is room for a baby cot. For older children or larger families, the Almond or Banyan cottage are more suitable. Frangipani is equipped with solar hot water, a refrigerator and electric water kettle. Our St Lucia bed and breakfast serves daily breakfast and dinner 2-3 times a week. If you prefer self catering, check out Waterlily, Banyan or Almond Cottage.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the main difference between Frangipani and Calabash Cottage?
Calabash has a Queen sized bed and a regular shower, whereas Frangipani has a King bed and a natural stone shower. The deck in Calabash is larger, and the bedroom is more enclosed. Frangipani is more secluded, Calabash is closer to the main house and the other cottages.
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