Located on the La Digue Island, this small German-run guesthouse is only 700 metres from the sea, set in the midst of a large tropical garden. La Digue is the third largest inhabited island in the Seychelles and lies east of Praslin.
La Digue is known today for its beautiful beaches and is a popular tourism destination. A short 15 minutes boat ride from Praslin with the Cat Rose ferry bringing you to the island of La Digue. Stepping off of the boat, one will immediately notice oxcarts waiting at the harbour along with taxis.
The guest house consist of five spacious fine and comfortable creole style architectural bungalows, of which two are double, nested within a luxuriant and tropical garden made up of a graceful blend of an orchard with a flower garden, where mango, orange, guava and papaya trees alternate with beautiful ornamental plants, within a site naturally set between magnificent and old granite rocks.
A small but nice fresh water pool awaits the guests at the feet of the rocks. You have an easy and efficient access to Internet, especially with the introduction of Wi-Fi (W-Lan), located at the reception.
There is a TV, video films (with a collection of more than 100 films) and a small library in a wooden floor lounge located at the main house suitable for all seasons, but which can particularly be a comfortable and useful nest during rainy days. Unannounced rains are indeed common during certain seasons and are without a doubt part of the charm of the tropical world.
The hosts offers an international menu, including Creole delicacies.