The villa offered us all we needed and more! Janus’s place was the perfect fit for our short stay in St. Lucia.
Janus’s place was the perfect fit for our short stay in St. Lucia. We spent a lot of time in the villa due to the two out of three days here it was raining.
We were able to make the most out of it though. The view over the town with the ocean and pitons is breathtaking!
We weren’t able to hike the Gros Piton Like we had planned on but Tet Paul Nature Trail was able to offer us some spectacular views.
Ruby’s down the road is a great spot for a casual lunch or dinner -we ate there twice.
Boucan was a fun experience as well – the food was good but the view is really what you are paying for. I would suggest getting a reservation at 6pm (go a little early) and catch the sunset right in-between the two pitons.
We had lunch at Martha’s table and it was very good – the best rum punch I had all trip!
The villa offered us all we needed and more! We would love to come back and hopefully avoid the rain next time! Thank you Janus
Hannah and Curt
Where to start? Sargas took our breath away! Janus was an amazing host during our 12 day stay.
Things to do.
By far the most amazing meal we had was cooked right at the house by Chef Ramsey. He is a private Chef that can be booked with Janus. We had him come twice!
We had a wonderful trip! Thank you Janus!
Brian and Diana Christy
My Birthday 😊
Janus + Team- thank you so much for your hospitality! I loved my first trip here to St. Lucia! From the Gros Piton Hike- Challenging, but go up to at-least half way view point. To me relaxation at Anse Chastanet (visitors can get day passes that are all inclusive for U.S$137.00) everything was perfect
Our Highlights included:
1. Sunset Cruise (I found Solomon through tripadvisor)
2. Dinner at Boucan
3. And a NEW YEAR Dinner specially prepared for me right here, that was so tasty + Special
I hope to return soon, and thank you again
Smyrna, Georgia, USA
WEATHER IN SAINT LUCIA
While most places in the world have four well-defined seasons, its proximity to the equator means that this is not really the case for the island of St. Lucia.