Beausejour House – St Lucia Villas

Beausejour House is a luxury villa nestled between the Pitons, a spectacular island mountain range that has been named a World Heritage site. The magnificent seven acre estate is a botanical gardens whose many species include mango, guava, coffee, cinnamon, nutmeg, a profusion of orchids as well as a vast assortment of flowering trees and plants from throughout the Caribbean.

Features and Amenities

The Master Suite has a king size bed with a spectacular view of the Pitons, an en-suite bathroom with a large tub, big enough for two, a shower and an open air sitting room. Also available is a small single bedroom off this suite. The Indian Suite is decorated with Indian artifacts, has a queen size bed and en-suite bathroom, plus an outdoor shower on a wooden deck. This bi-level suite has two sitting rooms, one with a sofa bed.

The Cherry Tree Suite, has a 4 poster, king size bed and sitting area. There is an en-suite shower room and an open air private patio with lovely views of the trees and the ocean. There is an additional smaller, air conditioned bedroom with a queen size, four poster bed and an ensuite shower room which opens onto a wooden deck with a fabulous view of Gros Piton. The modern kitchen is fully equipped and has Its own dining area. For an additional fee, guests can hire a safari buggy with a driver, perfect for exploring the surrounding countryside, the drive in volcano, the long white sand beach at Jalousie and the picturesque town of Soufriere. You can also engage the 32 foot motor boat with a professional captain for water tours, private beach excursions and whale watching.


St. Lucia is the sort of island that travelers to the Caribbean dream about–a small, lush tropical gem that is still relatively unknown. One of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, it is located midway down the Eastern Caribbean chain, between Martinique and St. Vincent, and north of Barbados. St. Lucia is only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, with a shape that is said to resemble either a mango or an avocado (depending on your taste). The Atlantic Ocean kisses its eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their beauty to the calm Caribbean Sea.

In natural beauty, St. Lucia seems like an island plucked from the South Pacific and set down in the Caribbean. Its dramatic twin coastal peaks, the Pitons, soar 2,000 feet up from the sea, sheltering magnificent rain forests where wild orchids, giant ferns, and birds of paradise flourish. Brilliantly-plumed tropical birds abound, including endangered species like the indigenous St. Lucia parrot. The rainforest is broken only by verdant fields and orchards of banana, coconut, mango, and papaya trees. St. Lucia has been inhabited since long before colonial times, and its cultural treasures are a fascinating melange of its rich past and its many different traditions. The island’s people have earned a well-deserved reputation for their warmth and charm, and the island itself is dotted with aged fortresses, small villages, and open-air markets.

There is a broad array of exciting and exotic activities available on St. Lucia. The island’s steep coastlines and lovely reefs offer excellent snorkeling and scuba diving. The rainforest preserves of St. Lucia’s mountainous interior are one of the Caribbean’s finest locales for hiking and birdwatching. Of course, the island also possesses excellent facilities for golf, tennis, sailing, and a host of other leisure pursuits. Not to be missed is St. Lucia’s Soufriere volcano, the world’s only drive-in volcanic crater.