Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday villa in Montserrat - Flamboyant
View from Balcony definitely has the Wow factor - one of the best on island
Much sought after Comfortable, Well Located and Spacious Two Bedroom - both en suite - Villa set in an acre of well stocked gardens with beautiful shrubs and numerous fruit trees. Previous Tenants and Owners Guests have stayed on many occassions in this since the property was acquired in 1995. A great position making good use of the gentle trade winds with some of the best views on island. The best and longest beach on island with good shaded facilities is within easy walking distance and also popular, well stocked supermarket and three good restaurants. Welcome to our house in Paradise - you will not be disappointed and you will be well looked after by both Martin and Aidee, his wife, who manage our property and live nearby.
- not suitable for children
- smoking allowed
- limited accessibility
- pets not allowed
- Events Allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
John & Clodagh Maher-Loughnan
My wife and I have travelled extensively all of our 30+ years of married life, we came by chance to this lovely island for 2 weeks in 1995 - our first visit to the Caribbean and stayed in the famous Vue Pointe Hotel, located just below this property. We originally had no intention of purchasing but like so many other first time visitors to Montserrat we fell in love with the island and and bought our place in Paradise
When we decided to look for a holiday property in 1995, there was a good selection of suitable villas to purchase. Flamboyant, which has only had one previous owner since it was built in 1978, stood out from the rest because of the fabulous views that we had from our balcony and pool deck including the wonderful 12 hole golf course 500 feet below us - sadly now burried under volcanic sand. However there are now plans to rebuild the course and hopefully a decision will be forthcoming in late 2013.
Thankfully we have not had any significant volcanic activity for a number of years but in past years but islanders used to come and park up the road and watch and photo the then most active volcano in the world. We were captivated as we used to watch it glow and explode at night from the safe location of our balcony but even today there are still spectacular and ever changing views of the volcano as the clouds lift to reveal the mountain peak, the dome of the volcano -all part of the awesome beauty of Mother Nature.