Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday villa in Poste Lafayette - Villa Lime Kiln.
Romantic beach-front villa on a private beach.
Our romantic bungalow Lime Kiln derives its name from the ruins of a lime kiln dating from from the 20th century around which it is built. It offers high standard accommodation on our Mauritius Island.The bungalow is located in Poste Lafayette on the east of Mauritius. The 2100 m2 enclosed beautiful tropical garden leads onto a beautiful private beach and safe lagoon. The bungalow is built on an esplanade and dominates the lagoon. The view from every room is splendid. The bungalow attracts guests in quest of calm, relaxation and want to have a taste of the true Mauritius.
Our beach villa is situated on the east coast of Mauritius where pristine white beaches are the setting for a cluster of 5-Star Hotels and of luxury private villas. The east coast presents the richest coastal scenery and offers the largest variety of wonderful public beaches. Diving Centres are numerous and to be found operating from all the major hotels within 30 minutes drive from our beach villa. World renowned 18-hole Golf Courses are also within less than 30 minutes away. The two most prestigious are The Links and Touessrok Ile Aux Cerfs. Hiking, mountain-biking or quad-biking can be practiced in the Domaine de L’Etoile, the largest and most spectacular natural reserve of Mauritius. L’île Aux Cerfs, a popular day trip excursion is close by in Trou d'Eau Douce. Austral Sky Dive in Mon Loisir some 12 kilometres away invite you to an unforgettable tandem parachute dive.
- suitable for elderly or infirm
I am the elder brother of the owner of this villa. I own personally 2 holiday villas in Mauritius and I occupy my time renting them to holidaymakers. I also manage the rental of several villas belonging to our family and to close friends, the payments being made to each individual owner.. The villa Lime Kiln is one of these. This occupation keeps me active and allows me to socialize with tenants worldwide. I am the proud father of four daughters and the eldest is the one who is with me on my presentation photo.
I am a retired Managing Director. My ancestor on the side of my father landed on the island in 1762 and, on my mother's side, I am the eldest of the descendants of the English officer who conquered the island in 1810 from the French.
I look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you in Mauritius. See you soon! Francis Masson.