This is what is called a breathtaking view. A truly amazing view of Anse Volbert and beyond the beach of Côte d 'Or, on the islands of La Digue, Curious, Chauve-Souris and Saint-Pierre. This panorama at the summit is, of course, the main asset of this singular establishment, one of the few to hang onto the mountain. All the more singular because it seems to emerge from the jungle, about two hundred meters above sea level, its five wooden huts with green sheet roofs awakening immediately the Tarzan and the Jane sleeping in us. A supreme sleep on these peacemakers as peaceful as it was aerated, so a South African had the right idea to build this lodge on the hill. Designed and decorated according to a simple, simple but tasteful concept, these chalets - not air-conditioned - are furnished in wood and equipped with a TV, mp 3 player, ironing iron and a large stainless steel fan. And if you don't want to use the equipped kitchen, you can be served (on order) at the large guest table under a beautiful flowered cloth from where your eyes literally plunge into the green valley and the turquoise ocean. Taken by Kevin and Lesley, this perched lodge requires a car… or good legs, since it is on the heights, 600 m from the coast road. For the Flemish, a free transfer is offered to go back to the lodge.
About €125 for the standard apartment for two and €130 the chalet. About €7 per person for the breakfast.
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