It still had the WOW factor when we walked in. The villa has everything you could wish for and has been tastefully furnished.
We were lucky enough to come across this wonderful villa whilst searching on the net, but it was only free for three nights of our holiday.
Even though I had seen the photos of the villa before we came. It still had the WOW factor when we walked in. Janus couldn’t have been more helpful and brought us home-made bread one day, and fruits the next. The villa has everything you could wish for and has been tastefully furnished. And even include a few stove cupboard ingredients.
Whilst in Soufriere, we visited the Botanical Gardens & Diamond Falls, where we saw lots of wonderful tropical flowers and plants, and even saw a hamming-bird. We also went to the Volcano and Sugar Beach. After speaking to Janus, we decided to drive to Anse Chstanet despite other visitors commenting on how the roads were. We had experienced worst roads whilst visiting other resorts, and as long as you drive slowly and dodge the pot holes it’s O.K. We found this beach, the adjoining Anse Mamin beach to be good for snorkeling a much quiets.
The Sugar Beach, it did start to get budy after lunch with water Taxi and boat trips
We loved every moment of our time at Serrana Villa, especially the pool. When the weather was clear, we set out at night by the pool and saw fire flies, Bats, lizards and possums. The night sky was studded with stars which you don’t usually see at home, due to light pollution.
Thank you once again!
Joy & Alan
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