Winter: December 15 2018 – April 14 2019
4 bedrooms (up to 8 people): US$1,550
Summer: April 15 – December 14 2019
4 bedrooms (up to 8 people): US$850
Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 2.5% Room Rate Levy (capped at US$10/bedroom/night)
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
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About The Property
This spacious four bedroom beachfront villa is an unexpected delight on many levels.
Thespina, Church Point #3, is a very contemporary, open and airy design. The pale wood floors beautifully showcase modern stylish furniture, a contemporary minimalist bar, coral stone finishes and the uncluttered layout of the open plan style ground floor.
Large glass feature doors open onto the wide terrace, giving easy access to the cottage and several outdoor living spaces, including an attractive dining gazebo and lounge area.
The master bedroom and second bedroom have king size beds, while bedroom three has a queen bed and bedroom four twin beds. The master bedroom has a safe.
Set well back from the main west coast road, in the exclusive Church Point community, Thespina is conveniently located just minutes from Holetown, where you you will find a vast array of fine dining and casual restaurants, beach bars, shopping, supermarket, banks, etc. The tranquil Caribbean Sea laps the beach at the end of the lush and well-maintained tropical gardens that offer ample privacy and comfort.
Children ten years and older are welcome at Thespina.
The St James Parish Church is nearby so you can expect to hear hymn singing on a Sunday morning!
For families or larger groups traveling together, Church Point Two and Church Point Four, two 3 villas located next door to each other, are also available for rental, offering a total of 10 bedrooms.
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