The estate comprises 63 villas dotting a tropical garden teeming with remarkable plant and bird life. There are four villa options: luxuriously proportioned presidential villas overlooking the sparkling ocean; terraced garden villas offering chic interiors and wonderful views of the garden; secluded hillside villas with private whirlpools, ideal for honeymoons; and hillside villas designed to celebrate nature.
Le Combava Restaurant, with its canvas of dark woven rattan furniture, alluring plum hues and rustic slate flooring, is a à la carte restaurant offering a feast for the senses. An exceptional selection of inspired dishes will bewitch the senses while a superb selection of wines are there to enhance the culinary experience. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.
Santosha Restaurant serves up familiar international fare and Creole specialities in a setting of wood, romantic lighting and sublime ocean views. Linen covered tables set beneath a traditional Seychellois bungalow spill out onto a terrace overlooking the Indian Ocean and combine laid back island dining with bewitching tropical ambiance. The restaurant is open for buffet breakfasts and themed buffet dinners.
La Digue, named after one of Marion Dufresne’s vessels which were sent to explore the granitic islands in 1768, is the fourth largest island in the Seychelles and is located 40 kilometres to the north east of Mahé and seven kilometres to the east of Praslin. Despite its size, the island is home to an incredible collection of beach, such as Petit Anse, Grand Anse and Anse Source d’Argent. Inland, the island teems with tropical plant life, exquisite French colonial-style architecture and a easy going atmosphere that gives the island its famed sleepy feel.
For a truly Seychellois beach holiday, Casa de Leela offers traditional island style bungalows that will make you feel as though you are a local.
An ideally located lodge for peaceful beach holidays & bewitching honeymoons, tucked between old takamaka trees & groves of coconut palms.
Experience something unique at Le Repaire Boutique Hotel, intimate boutique accommodation offering a beautiful and peaceful setting.
While the town of La Passe hums with the sounds of bicycles, spirited locals and the general hustle and bustle of a seaside village, Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie is ideally located on the velvety shoreline, away from the bustling heart of the village. Guests can ease their minds and relax their bodies to the sound of singing birds, whistling trees and the gentle ebb and flow of the surrounding ocean.
For those wanting to indulge, Eden Rock Wellness Centre & Spa offers world class spa treatments in a serene setting overlooking the glistening lagoon and several restaurants offer unforgettable dining and the perfect spot to witness sublime Seychelles sunsets.