Admiral Quay is located in one of the most desirable locations in the north of St Lucia with superb views of the Rodney Bay Marina and Rodney Heights.
This two-bedroom, two-storey townhouse offers an array of facilities and activities. The beach and various shops and restaurants are within walking distance in case you decide not to rent a car.
The townhouse can accommodate up to four guests. There is one master bedroom with king size bed and ensuite shower/bathroom and a second bedroom with twin beds and shower/bathroom. There are ceiling fans and AC. Both rooms have wonderful views of the marina.
The ground floor features a spacious living and dining room (and work station) which opens onto a terrace with views of the marina. A kitchen with a door to the terrace and a utility room along with a visitor’s toilet. The terrace outside the living room and kitchen has a table and chairs, ideal for relaxing, eating out in the open air and enjoying the views.
Within the complex, there is a communal garden and in the centre is a swimming pool where you can relax on sun loungers.
Depending on your length of stay, housekeeping is included. No meals or food are included. However, we can arrange a welcome pack if you furnish us with a shopping list.
No pets allowed.
No smoking is allowed in the house or around the pool.
The beach is a 5-minute walk away.
Should you wish to hire a car, there is a secure parking spot at the entrance of the house.
Admiral Quay, Rodney Bay, St Lucia
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The main resort area of Saint Lucia is in the north west of the island, around Rodney Bay and Cap Estate, 90 minutes from the international airport which is located on the south coast. Here you will see the greatest development of hotels and villas and good selection of restaurants, shopping malls and some quite lively bars. Probably the best golden sand beaches, particularly Reduit at Rodney Bay which is long and expansive but can get busy, especially when cruise ships visit. The transfer from the international airport is scenic as you initially travel along the wilder Atlantic coast before crossing through banana plantations and dense forest before emerging onto the Caribbean (west) coast.
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