Janus thank you so much for a wonderful vacation! The Villa was absolutely, fantastic. We really needed a relaxing vacation and your villa was perfect for that!
We weren’t able to do too much physically here (I was recently diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer), but we did venture out to the beaches and some other restaurants.
Sugar beach: Loved it! Everyone was super friendly to us. The food was good but not our favorite. The nice beach chairs are pricey, but we talked them down, our last day and rented a couple. So, relaxing! So Beautiful!
Orlando’s: Good Food, excellent service, but it wasn’t our favorite
Fedo’s: Very close to the villa so we walked there for lunch. So Good! It was our Favorite meal by far. We got the curry chicken and chicken roti. And they came with local veggie’s too! YUM!!
Pitit-Peak: Good food and service. The creole chicken was awesome. Ian ordered fish but it was over cooked. On the waterfront.
Anse Chastanet: Love!! We actually took Janus’s advice and took the small road way north to Anse Manin. AMAZING! Our favorite place, we pretty much had the beach to ourselves. It was spacious and cheaper than Sugar Beach. We liked the food better too! Recommend snorkeling here; We lots of fish and an eel!
We tried having lunch at Martha’s Tables but it was closed. We recommend calling ahead to all the restaurants.
Ruby’s: We went there for dinner because it was close to the villa. Unfortunately, the service and food were not good. We also ordered and glass of wine that had very obviously gone bad. It was over-priced and we waited a very long time for our check despite being the only customers, The server was friendly though!
We loved our vacation. We hope to come back some day Thank you for everything Janus
Lauren & Ian
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