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Located on the south side of Marigot Bay, Chateau Mygo Villas overlooks the bay and Caribbean Sea. High ceilings and a spacious balcony provides a romantic and intimate setting. Complete kitchen and fully furnished decorated in a creole Caribbean style. A four poster bed, ceiling fans, cable TV, and a sliding glass door that opens onto a spacious balcony, air conditioning is not necessary due to the constant trade winds. The pool overlooks the entire bay and the Caribbean Sea and also features a outdoor grill and shower. Located next to the pool is the wedding gazebo where weddings and other special events can be arrange. It is only a 10 minute walk to the beach and snorkeling areas and a 15 minute walk to the Marigot Marina Village and waterside restaurants. Chateau Mygo Villas also has a waterside restaurant located on the bay called Chateau Mygo House of Seafood. Guests receive a 15% discount on our menu. Deliveries can also be made to the villas upon request!
Largest Private Swimming Pool in Marigot Bay!: Chateau Mygo Villas feature the largest private swimming pool in Marigot Bay! Large deck space and an outdoor BBQ pit overlooking Marigot Bay and the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy unforgettable sunsets and fresh tradewinds with a great view of luxury yachts from all parts of the world enter and depart Marigot Bay. Marigot Bay is also the site of the original Doctor Doolittle's starring Rex Harrison, Water with Micheal Caine and Fire Power with Sophie Lauren.
Our villas are designed for privacy and romance. Fresh Tradewinds and ceiling fans makes air conditioning unnecessary. Four poster mahogany beds with a beautiful glass block shower and large bathroom ensure your comfort. We feature gourmet kitchens with all the amenities for cooking a first class meal! Large sliding door open onto a large balcony overlooking Marigot Bay and the Caribbean Sea!
Chateau Mygo villas is truly a romantic escape. Private, intimate charming and located in the most famous bay in St. Lucia!
Marigot Bay & Sailing: The Marina Village is only a 15 minute walk from the villas. There is a bank, supermarket, bakery, and other fine duty free shops located at the Marina Village. There is also four waterside restaurants located at Marigot Bay less than five minutes from each other.
Marigot Bay is an port of entry and you can charter a variety of vessels from speedboats to sailing vessels. There is also a water taxi station where you can arrange transportation, snorkeling or sightseeing. Bateau Mygo is a sister company to Chateau Mygo Villas and charter luxury sailing vessels and catamarans for sunset cruises, day charters or lobster dinner cruises. Our guest enjoy a 15% discount on any sailing charters! Best way to see the Pitons, our most famous historic site! Oprah Winfrey hailed ' A must see in your lifetime!'
House of Seafood: Chateau Mygo villas also has a waterside restaurant called Chateau Mygo House of Seafood. A third generation establishment, it is the only local St. Lucian restaurant in Marigot Bay. We feature an infusion of East Indian and Creole cooking. The executive Chef Shaid Rambally has been featured on the Food Network with Paula Deen. There is also a menu of over 15 thin crust pizzas such as the Lobster Pizza. Chateau Mygo also has a sushi bar featuring fresh yellow fin tuna, kingfish, salmon and other fresh seafood. Tuesday and Thursdays is live music and dancing with our very own calypso and soca band. The best thing about Chateau Mygo House of Seafood is that it is Happy Hour all day and all night! Beers, Rum Punch, Mai Tais, Pina Coladas and much more!
Our guest receive a 15% discount on our menu! Reservation is suggested!
Frank Ambler is a third generation local St. Lucian who was raised in Costa Rica and educated in Santa Barbara, California. A former airline employee and surfer, he has spent many years traveling the world in search of perfect waves. He has recently returned to his island to participate in the family business. Chateau Mygo also has a waterside restaurant located at Marigot Bay specializing in a fusion of east indian and creole cooking. Frank Ambler also started the sailing charter company Bateau Mygo which feature private sailing charters along the west coast of the island as well as off island charters to both Martinique and St. Vincent & The Grenadines. Frank lives with his wife who is originally from Costa Rica and his two sons. Chateau Mygo Villas is a locally owned and operated company. We invite you to our island to be part of a truly local
experience. St. Lucia welcomes you!
Frank Ambler purchased this villa in 2010
This property is located on the highest point of the southern side of Marigot Bay. There is a complete view of the harbor as well as the Caribbean Sea. High ceiling and large balconies are some of the feature in our french creole architecture. Fully air conditioned and a complete kitchen ready for any gourmet meal!
Our property is designed to be private, romantic and intimate. The panoramic view from the balcony of Marigot Bay is simply amazing. Fresh tradewind breezes are consistent year rounds as well as our fantastic weather. This is a family owned businesses locally owned and operated.
We enjoyed our stay here with friends. The villa was suitable for 2 couples and the balcony had a great view of the bay and the multitude of hummingbirds. The breeze kept the humidity down which was a plus compared to the village below.
Doreen was very helpful with ideas for activities and it was great to spend the evening at the restaurant when there was a live band.
The "goat trail" up to the villa was always an interesting drive.
This was a good location to tour the west and north end of the island and take in the Fishfest in Anse La Raye, the market in Castries, the rum distillery and tour Pigeon Island.
We'd certainly recommend it to friends and family.
This place had an awesome view, and the pool area was really nice and private (also with an awesome view). The owners gave us a ride to and from because it's a pretty tough hill to go up and down (which was a nice feature)
Marigot Bay was one of our favorite places on the whole island if we come back we will probably spend the majority of our time in this village. I highly recommend chartering one of the boats it's worth it.
We spent one night in the lower 2BR unit here, somewhat by accident - we had arranged to stay at one of Frank's other places, in town (prop 251845), to avoid having to rent a car again, and it wasn't available the first day. We had arranged a day on the boat with Frank's company (Bateau Mygo) - which was a lot of fun for a reasonable price, by the way - and Frank had offered us to spend the night on the boat. Once we were in St. Lucia, he quite graciously offered us to spend the night here instead of on the boat.
We had seen the listing, and this place definitely exceeded what we expected - it's very spacious, with beautiful views overlooking the bay, a nice patio to eat at, a gorgeous pool which we had to ourselves, very nice kitchen, lots of details (like an iPod docking little stereo, flat screen TV, etc.). We really enjoyed it, and it's hard to decide which of the properties we would choose first next time. Driving in St. Lucia is pretty nuts, and I was quite ready to give back the car keys and relax for a while without driving once we got to Marigot Bay, so the other property was perfect for us. If we were in car/exploring mode, it would be hard not to choose this place. By the way, while the drive up is pretty steep, it is pretty typical by St Lucia standards; we had plenty of steeper and much rougher drives elsewhere on the island. Anywhere in St Lucia, I think a small 4WD (and nerves of steel and a tall drink at the end of the day) is the way to go.
Frank was very nice to deal with and is clearly very busy. In our case, we found him to be very hospitable. He personally shuttled us between the boat and the 2 apartments; he arranged transport to the airport for us; we saw him at the restaurant several times; and he and his charming wife even drove us down from this place to have dinner and back home, since we didn't have a car. He's an interesting to guy to chat with, so strike up a conversation if you see him around and you both have a little time.
Regarding the restaurant, I don't think it's overpriced - it is normal Marigot Bay pricing on an island where food is generally not cheap. Doolittles is the same price level, I would say (I preferred Chateau Mygo, but both are good). Neither are 5 star restaurants, but this restaurant exceeded my expectations - it is nicer food, certainly, than your basic by-the-sea tourist-area restaurant normally is. We had several meals here.
Hope to make it back!
Chateau Mygo is a great value with a million dollar view. We stayed in the lower 2BR unit (by accident--more on that later). The view is spectacular and the pool is the envy of many local hotels. The units are fairly clean, the furniture is a little worn (couch needs a good cleaning), but overall a good value for the money. Housekeeping is limited, but they did a very good job and were accommodating. As most indicate, the drive to the villa is pretty vertical. It rained a few times during our stay and we were grateful for 4WD. A vehicle is a must--the walk down is steep and the walk up would be hard-core. Additionally, there are other parts of the island well worth driving to.
We made our reservations with Frank by phone and followed up by e-mail. Good thing, as he promised us the "Sunset Villa" and when we arrived he ended up putting us in the 2BR unit--and wanted to charge us the 2BR rate. Thankfully we had an e-mail indicating he promised the Sunset, so he charged us the lower rate even though we had to go into the 2BR unit (another couple who showed up later in the week were also promised the Sunset unit by Frank, but ended up in the Sunrise). The lower unit has a smaller balcony and no hammock (dang). Frank is a nice, but obviously very busy guy. Like some others, we were promised a local cell phone that never appeared, and other than when he took our money, we never saw him, even at the restaurant. We ate at the restaurant three times--good, but not spectacular food and it is a bit overpriced (but we reckon you're paying for the view). For a seafood restaurant, there were not many seafood choices on the menu the times we ate there. Additionally, the staffers could sure use some lessons on how to smile and make patrons feel welcomed.
All-in-all, we had a nice stay, thoroughly enjoyed our time in St Lucia, and would very likely stay at Chateau Mygo again when we return.
Two couples rented the two bedroom apartment at Chateau Mygo Villa in Marigot Bay from February 18 - March 1, 2010. From the moment we arrived, the owner greeted us and transported us and our luggage to the villa. The owner, Frank was most hospitable making himself available daily if needed and accessible by telephone to all questions or concerns that we had regarding our accommodation and other sites in St. Lucia. Frank provided exceptional customer service and was a tremendous host to our party of four.
The listing description and the actual property, location and amenities exceeded our expectations. The property was superbly cleaned every third day by Lavina who was friendly and most accommodating. The pool overlooking Marigot Bay was well maintained and provided an outstanding view of the bay and a welcome relief from the hot sun.
A rental car was recommended, however, we chose to traverse up and down the steep hill to and from the restaurants, daily trips for delicious cafe lattes and baquets at Rowley's, the marina market, and sites around Marigot Bay. Strenous, but great exercise. We enjoyed taking the local bus transportation to and from various towns and the city of Castries.
We prepared and enjoyed many of our evening meals with our neighbours who also rented single apartments in this villa. We could not have asked for nicer people to share good food, lots of laughter, and the stunning views of the bay.
We arranged a full day of sailing and snorkelling with Bateau Mygo, occasional meals at the Chateau Mygo restaurant, and a lovely Saturday dinner at the Rainforest Restaurant with great music and dancing on the otherside of the bay.
One minor disappointment was the need to travel down the hill to the marina or the Chateau Mygo restaurant to access wi-fi internet on our lap tops as it was not available at the villa.
All in all, we had an amazing vacation. Thank you to Frank and his staff and family for making our first but not our last visit to St. Lucia most enjoyable.
Chateau Mygo Villas is conveniently located on the south side of Marigot Bay overlooking the harbour and the Caribbean Sea. It is a 15 minute walk to the bay. Marigot Bay has four waterside restaurants. The Marina Village is a duty free shopping complex and has a bank, supermarket, bakery and shops. Marigot Bay is also an official harbour and port of entry. There is a Marina and sailing and boating can be easily be arranged. Marigot Bay is only a 15 minute drive to the capital of Castries where the local produce and fish market is located. There are also two duty free shopping centers located on the water's edge in Castries. Rodney Bay is only a 40 minute drive. Most of the island night life and shopping is located in this area. There are many bars & clubs as well as fine restaurants. Pigeon Island National Park also located here. You can get to Soufriere and the Pitons in only 20 minutes in a water taxi. A historic site which Oprah Winfrey hails as a 'Must see!'
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