Bungalows - (The Tamarind Tree Hotel & Restaurant)

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  •  Type: Villa
  •  Beds: 2
  •  Baths: 2
  •  Sleeps: 4

Description

Whether you travel for adventure and discovery or simply for relaxation, the Tamarind Tree bungalows allow you to enjoy the most comfortable stay in Dominica with your family and friends. The two story bungalows each have a large, upper story, open plan kitchen/dining/living area with glass doors opening on to a full sized deck overlooking the Caribbean. The lower level consists of two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms with access to a private garden terrace with stunning views. Bungalow guests also enjoy access to all facilities and activities offered by the hotel. 
 
TV-Free-Zone: There are no TV’s available in the rooms. Just relax and enjoy the stunning view of the Caribbean sea. 

Owner info

CONTACT OWNER

Annette Peier Loerner

Terms & Conditions

20% non-refundable down payment to confirm booking cancellation policy: 15 - 8 days prior to arrival: 50% 7 - 0 days prior to arrival: 80% no show: 100%

About Location

Why it is Famous ?

A beautiful location in the center of Dominica's west coast, on top of a 100ft cliff, overlooking the Caribean Sea. Perfect spot for hikers and divers, nature lovers and bird watchers. Very quiet, even though only a minute from the main road. All interesting sites and activites can be reached in less than an hour's drive.

Facts About Destination

Dominica is a small independent island nation in the Eastern Caribbean. Located between the French islands of Guadeloupe to the north and Martinique to the south, it is called The Nature Isle of the Caribbean. Rightfully so: 60% of the island are covered in forest of which 25% is rainforest. Three national parks protect a large portion of the islands unspoiled nature and are the habitat of two endemic parrot species. Sperm whales and other whales live year round off the west coast. The absence of an international airport has kept mass tourism away from this jem so far.

Area Information

Mid west coast is the dry spot on the Nature Isle of the Caribbean, guaranteeing a one of a kind sunset per day.

How to reach

From the ferry port in Roseau: 23 kms 14.4 mls / 30 minutes drive north. From the Douglas Charles Airport (DOM) in the north-east: 58 kms / 36.25 mls / 1h15mins either along the north coast or accross the island

Transport system

Public transportation by mini busses, taxis, rental cars

Lifestyle

authentic Caribbean

Best time to visit

November to April; summer months are beautiful though hot and humid

Languages

official language: English; commonly spoken: French Creole

Price Details

Dates Nightly Weekly Monthly
Winter
15 October 2019 - 14 April 2020
(7 Min stay)
  1200.00  

Additional Rate details

All rates are in US$ and include: Service charge and VAT
Rates are subject to changes for important reasons

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