Category: Connect Created on Thursday, 01 December 2011 07:36
Embodying minimalist chic and eco-luxury and situated on a cliff-top overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Secret Bay is the latest boutique property to open its doors in Dominica.
Located on the northwest coast of Dominica, the brand new property comprises of four exquisite villas and bungalows that provide a distinctive getaway experience. Secluded villas encompass a spacious 2,500 square feet and include a large open veranda to take in the breathtaking views of the sea below and the surrounding mountains, as well as private pool/jacuzzi and pool deck, outdoor shower and a hammock.
Distinctive services offered by Secret Bay include a full-time attendant and cook, organic food baskets and pre-stocked locally grown foods, while guests are treated to a complimentary welcome dinner upon arrival.
Secret Bay is one of the most eco-friendly developments in the Caribbean region. Designed by renowned Latin American architect Fruto Vivas, the entire site was painstakingly developed using green and sustainable practices to minimise environmental impact: everything was built meticulously by hand and all structures were created entirely by sustainably sourced hardwood. The owners have embarked on an ambitious project to plant thousands of flowers and trees on the property, including all the fruit trees native to Dominica.
The unspoilt Secret Bay site boasts two secluded sandy beaches, a spectacular sea-cave and the beautiful Cario River. The property is just a short drive to the quaint town of Portsmouth and about one-hour’s drive to Roseau, the capital of the island.
Dominica (pronounced Dom-in-ee-ka) is a spectacular green island of rugged mountains, lush rainforests and rushing rivers in the Eastern Caribbean, lying south of Guadeloupe and north of Martinique.
For more information about Secret Bay please visit www.secretbay.dm. For more information about Dominica please call 0800 0121 467 or visit www.discoverdominica.com and www.youtube.com/discoverdominica.
A selection of short video guides about the island can be downloaded for free on www.iTunes.com and you can keep up to date with the latest news on Facebook www.facebook.com/discoverdominica and Twitter www.twitter.com/nature_island.
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