Villa Castellamonte – Dominican Republic Villas

Villa Castellamonte is an elaborate 13,000 square foot Tuscan-style estate situated atop a spectacular sea cliff in Cabrera, Dominican Republic. Designed and built by a world-renowned architect using only the finest of imported materials. The elegant Tuscan villas of Montalcino and Siena inspired this villa’s impeccable design. As you enter Villa Castellamonte you will be embraced by the manicured grounds enclosed by stone privacy walls, graceful archways, and sunlit terraces. The terraces are furnished with luxurious overstuffed furniture for your ultimate in relaxation while enjoying the fresh sea air. As you proceed through Villa Castellamonte there are several raised patios graced with flowering plants, private ponds and romantic gardens. The striking mountain and ocean views are enjoyed from every room in Villa Castellamonte.

Features and Amenities

Be prepared to be impressed, this Dominican Republic villa rental captures the true essence of luxury. The great room at Villa Castellamonte is 700 square feet with 15 foot tray ceilings for fabulous nights of entertaining. Posh furnishings surround a hand carved gas fireplace with ocean views on each side for your enjoyment. The Villa Castellamonte offers a family game room with ample seating for large gatherings and an entertainment system, video library with speakers in and outdoors to the grand terrace and kiosk. From the family room of your Dominican Republic villa rental you continue on to the main dining room that is just outside the two gourmet kitchens. A stone fireplace warms the dining table that seats twelve. For your large diner parties, the dining area can be extended to accommodate up to 30 guests. Each of the Castellamonte’s seven magnificent and air-conditioned bedroom suites displays hand cut mahogany, rattan, bamboo and sea grass furnishings native to the Dominican Republic.

The list of amenities to this exquisite accommodation continues. For the wine connoisseur, the Villa Castellamonte offers a private wine cellar housing over 600 bottles of specially hand selected wines. While it is appreciated that your luxury Caribbean villa rental is to provide relaxation, this one is also available to a fully equipped exercise facility and a PGA quality putting/chipping green for those who desire in house activity. The discreet and professional staff at Villa Castellamonte includes a highly qualified chef who is on call for any dietary needs, an on-site concierge to manage any and all social matters, a masseuse, housekeepers, laundress, gardeners and security. Wheel chair access is provided for the main floor master suite, the gardens and the swimming pool. This extraordinary rental comfortably houses from a lucky two to a grouping of twenty-two in complete grace, comfort and style. Villa Castellamonte has a mandatory food plan in place for all reservations. The property offers a complete, and elegant, food plan for only $65 US per person per day for guests aged 12 and older, and $30.00 per day for children aged 4 to 11. Children aged 3 and younger do not have to pay. The menu is as varied as the palette of the island allows; fresh lobster, fresh local seafoods, USDA Angus beef, pork, goat and chicken. The food plan includes complete breakfasts, lunches, and exquisite dinners prepared daily by the master chef and served formally or family style (depending upon the size of your group).


Cabrera is a town in María Trinidad Sánchez province, Dominican Republic. It is located at the eastern end of the county’s north coast, at the western extreme of the Bahía Escocesa, 130 kilometers north of Santo Domingo. It is a small town with little tourism infrastructure. Cabrera is one of the sections that along with Rio San Juan, Nagua, El Factor form the province. The town was originally named ‘Tres Amarras’, the name it used to be called since its foundation day on July 1, 1891. The city was renamed to ‘Cabrera’ in honor of the hero of the Capotillo Battle, General José Cabrera. Today Cabrera has a territorial area of 276 km². With a population of over 39,000, Cabrera unlike most towns located on the coasts does not depend so much on tourism. Cabrera’s main source of income is cattle, meat, and milk. In the agricultural aspect, production of coconuts and rice are noticeable sources as well.

Cabrera is considered one of the most beautiful places in the Dominican Republic. Located facing the Atlantic, Cabrera has one of the most beautiful beaches, rivers, exotic vegetation and many natural attractions. A National Park reserve is located in El Breton, a small section of Cabrera called Cabo Frances Viejo.