Castle Bruce, Commonwealth of Dominica, Dominica Accommodations

Accommodations in Castle Bruce

Home/Apartment
Excellent
87 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceBuilt from local hardwood trees for the flooring, local bamboo for the walls and home grown grass for the roof, the hut is an authentic Carib dwelling. The hut has a double bed (and can also take a single bed upon request) and a large porch which boasts a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean - a little over a mile away - and the two islets of Castle Bruce bay. There is a separate pit toilet and fresh water shower which is piped straight from the stream that acts as a border to the land. There is a small kitchen equipped with a gas stove, utensils and storage space. The electricity in the hut is limited to one light bulb, but perishables can be kept in my fridge and electrical gadgets can be charged in my house. In Dominica it is easy to immerse yourself in nature. Hummingbirds hover everywhere, lizards scurry in the bushes, parrots fly above - and occasionally below you - and flowers and herbs emit wonderful scents. The evening is filled with the sound of the tree frogs and crickets, and in the distance, the waves steadily wash up on the shore. It is beautiful and very peaceful. I'm sure you will love your time spent here and make some very special memories!! Guest AccessGuests have access to all facilities mentioned above; private room with porch, private kitchen and bathroom (pit toilet and cold shower). You have your own key and parking space and are free to come and go as you please. Towels are provided, and a torch (flashlight) also if needed, though I suggest you bring your own too. Due to the remote location and being off-grid, I can only offer wifi via my mobile phone, which is very slow but fine for checking emails etc. Electronic items can be charged at my house and food & drink can be stored in my fridge. Guests have access to the organic gardens and orchard, the bathing pools in the river bordering the property and the yoga platform (coming soon). For the privacy of our other guests, the Eden Heights - Coconut Cabin accommodation (situated lower down on the property, obscured by trees) is off limits. I am working towards a dream of community living and as of September 2016, Eden Heights is also home to a lovely family with 2 boys. I kindly ask that their privacy is respected around their house area. Interaction with GuestsI love to interact and consider Eden Heights as a cross between a bed and breakfast and a homestay. Whether it's cooking you dinner with homegrown organic produce, showing you how to make your own calabash bowls, or taking you on a hike to see something spectacular that nature has created, I enjoy spending time with guests! Complimentary garden tours of the 2.8 acre property are available and you are welcome to take the opportunity to get your hands dirty in the garden or even in the kitchen with a local 'ital' cooking lesson! Breakfast is not included in the price, but can be added at your request at US$5 / $13 EC per person. I serve meals on the porch of my house and am flexible with the time. Guests can have help from us with planning their day trips, if needed, and ask any questions about the island and its culture, or we can just chat! It's up to you. To give you the most authentic Dominican experience, the breakfast offered is strictly local - local fruits and juice, local coffee, bush tea or hot chocolate (cacao tea as it is known here!), cassava bread, plantains or locally-made 'pap' or granola served with fresh coconut or almond milk, sourced from the garden. We also offer our guests to join us for an evening meal, where we serve vegetarian/ital meals (or fish when available) made with home-grown, seasonal produce. Dinner is US$12 / $30 EC per person, and 24 hours notice is preferred. We want you to feel at home and relish in a truly local experience. Help yourself to fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs from the organic garden. Plant a tree! Savour fresh coconut water, learn how to process cocoa or coffee, make your own calabash bowls, press freshly cut sugar cane and discover many other traditional practices that we are excited to show you! The NeighborhoodThe sprawling village of Castle Bruce is a 25 minute walk away. It is a quiet, friendly place where people usually greet passersby on the street with a 'good morning' or 'good afternoon' and there is a strong community feel. Here you can purchase basic groceries, enjoy a local lunch or dinner (a couple of restaurants also have free wifi), and of course chill out at the beach or river. There are some roadside stands nearby selling fresh produce and there are a couple of stores that sell essential items and basic food supplies should you wish to cook your own meals, but food shopping is best done in Roseau (roughly an hour away) where there is more on offer. There is lots to do in the surrounding areas; from moderate hiking and visiting waterfalls to bird-watching and visiting the Kalinago Barana Aute model village, and even trekking to secluded beaches! A little further afield are the glorious hot springs, various local health and wellness spas and activities such as canyoning, snorkeling, scuba diving and, of course, chilling out on the calm beaches of the Caribbean Sea. We are within easy reach of Emerald Pool, L'Escalier Tete-Chien, the Kalinago Territory, segments 5 & 6 of the Waitukubuli National Trail, Dernier Falls, Sari Sari waterfall, and a number of beautiful attractions found in the South-east and centre of Dominica. I love the safe and peaceful friendliness of our immediate neighbourhood. We have a few rastafarian neighbours who are the most kind and peace-loving folk living simple, self-sufficient lives. Our neighbourhood is also home to a lot of dogs - most of which are very friendly! If you crave a 'day off' from sight-seeing, the walk down to the village is lovely and the beach is always a great and energising hang out spot. We are also very close to some fantastic, secluded river locations that are wonderful for bathing, relaxing and meditating. Getting AroundWe are well connected to the north (50 minutes from the airport) and eastern parts of the island. Roseau and most of the west coast can be accessed within an hour. Public transport is not too reliable and the accommodation is 1.5km uphill from the main road so I strongly advise you to hire a four-wheel drive car. A rental vehicle will save you time and allow you go explore the entire island as you please much more easily. Rental can be arranged for you or can be booked online and collected at the airport or ferry port on arrival. If you don't drive, I offer a taxi service from and to the airport and ferry terminal and we may also be able to arrange a driver to facilitate your sight-seeing on certain days. Please let me know in advance if you may need this service. Other Things to NoteCell phones work and smart phones can access 2g internet with a local sim card and data package, which costs from $2.50ec per day. Slow wifi is available via my mobile phone, best done during breakfast. More speedy internet can be accessed at a local hotel or in the capital, Roseau. Due to the rugged terrain of the island, we strongly advise you bring comfortable walking shoes to allow you to access locations more easily and safely. It is also wise to bring waterproof casing for cameras, mobile phones and other valuables.
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceOur small rustical apartment has a ceiling fan and a mosquito net on the bed, as well as mosquito screens on the windows. You will find plates, cups and a kettle. Bedsheets and bath towels are included. Please bring along your own beach towels. Guest AccessYou can access the garden, where you can hang your washing, or use our barbeque. The beach is just across the road. Interaction with GuestsWe run a small local shop, we are available most of the day to provide you with information on local trips or help you in booking airport trasfers. The shop is closed from 1:00PM to 4:00PM. The NeighborhoodCastle Bruce is a traditional farming and fishing village on the unspoiled and wild East Coast of Dominica. The nature is lush and beautiful, with amazing sunrise, breath-taking views of the ocean and a black sand beach surrounded by coconut trees. People around are friendly. The village is on the end of Segment 5 of the Waikutubuki National Trail, the Dominica long distance hiking trail. We are close to the Emerald Pool and the Kalinago/Carib Territory (15 minutes drive). Carnival in February and the Creole Season in October - November are the most vibrant and spectacular periods of the year. Getting AroundPublic transport is frenquent in the morning to Roseau, the capital, and in the afternoon in the opposite direction. The journey takes about one hour. We recommend to hire a vehicle to get around the island. Driving is on the left. You can also hire a private driver. We can organize farm tours to cocoa farms, banana farms and rainforest walks with local tour guides.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceLuxury Bungalow "Guardian Angel" Lavish wooden cottage of 50m2, overwhelmed by intense tropical flora, large private decked terrace with a swing and a hammock, outdoor shower kind design, four poster king size bed, dressing area, double sinks, double sunken bath, although being & relaxation ... Guest AccessVisit the Tropical Garden Jungle Liberty Bar and restaurant open from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Service Breakfast (not included) in the bungalow on request wifi Car rental on request Interaction with GuestsFree reception at the airport or port from a minimum stay of 3 nights. Complete organization of your stay Birthday surprise honeymoon .... personalized tours Other Things to Note- Children under 15 years (free nights) - Extra person (extra bed) + 25USD per night .. - breakfast not included.
cottage
Excellent
1 review
2br cottage
    Sunshine Cottage is a modern, well built, cosy and comfortable house in the middle of the rainforest of the Roseau Valley. It has two bedrooms with queen size beds, one bathroom with Italian shower, an open plan kitchenette (with sink, coffee/tea maker and fridge), cosy living room. The house is surrounded on all sides by the rainforest, tropical flowers and many different fruit trees. Delicious and healthy vegetarian/vegan meals are served on our onsite restaurant. Sunshine Cottage is located only 10 minutes away from the Capital Roseau and the main attractions like: Middleham Falls, Morne Piton National Park, Freshwater lake, Titou Gorge, Trafalgar Falls, just name a few... Sunshine Cottage is only 10 minutes away from the capital of Roseau. On the main road to the beautiful Trafalgar Falls. It is very private (approximately 100m from the main road), with private parking and security gate. It offers private mountain view, tropical garden with many fruits trees and flowers, and even a small stream ! Only 15 minutes away from Freshwater lake, Middleham Falls, Boeri Lake, entrance trail to Boiling lake, Sulphur bath in the village of Wotten Waven, just to name a few....
    Shared Room
    1br Shared Room
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceGuava room, found within our beautiful open-air hammock hut, is its own private wooden and stone floor enclosure. It is an open air room that features two twin size beds, storage space and spectacular views of the natural surroundings. The shared hammock hut space is equipped with functioning lights and outlets powered by our solar system, a small camp style kitchenette, library and outdoor lounging area. It includes the use of our communal outdoor bathrooms (outhouses a.k.a composting toilets) and open air shower/change room facility, which is supplied with fresh, clean mountain water that is suitable for drinking. Guava Room is the perfect accommodation choice for the outgoing pair of travellers seeking to experience the wonders and beauty of nature! Guest AccessAt Beyond Vitality, solo travelers, couples and the entire family can enjoy a very unique holiday like no other. We are all about getting back to nature, and we are completely off the grid – no television, limited Internet access, no city noises or traffic. Our electricity is generated by the sun (solar panels), and our fresh clean water comes from the mountains behind us. Everything we do is with sustainable living, holistic health and happiness in mind. THE GROUNDS Our peaceful property, found on the side of a mountain with cool elevations and spectacular views, is surrounded by virgin rainforest, botanical gardens, landscaped lawns with flowers, and a stream running through it with natural pools perfect for cooling off. We have 6 acres of rich agricultural land as made evident by the abundance of organic fruit trees, vegetables and herb gardens. THE CAMP Our main house is traditionally built of cob, a natural resource, also known as mud! We have a campground you can pitch your tent on, an open-air hammock hut offering comfortable sleeping hammocks, some open air rooms as well as the entire facility offered as a eco cabin. THE FOOD Our delicious homemade meals are created using the freshest of organic produce from our vegetable and herb gardens, tropical fruits from our land, wild foraged edibles as well as nourishing whole food ingredients. Enjoy our unique Rainforest Cuisine. You can do your morning yoga and meditation with an amazing view of the ocean on the horizon or have a cup of “bush tea” while lounging in a hammock. ACTIVITIES We also have plenty of Excursions and Activities to offer! Wake up and meditate to the sounds of nature. Enjoy a nature walk exploring our 6 acres of organic fruits trees, vegetable and herb gardens followed by a refreshing swim in our natural fresh water pools. Sun bathe by the stream and take in the sites of the beautiful rainforest. Enjoy a picnic in the botanical gardens or lounge in a hammock. Take a hike down the hill and finish off with some yoga in the gardens. You can also ask for a complimentary garden tour, to learn about all the fruits, vegetables and herbs we grow at the Nature Camp, along with their health benefits. Interaction with GuestsBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is a place for people who enjoy meeting other travelers, sharing communal outdoor facilities and interacting with the hosts. We consider our place a cross between an eco lodge, hostel and “glamping” – hence the Nature Camp! We love getting to know our guests and meeting individuals from around the world. We often have international workers helping out at the property that are just as eager to mingle and share their experience. You are more than welcome to learn and get your hands dirty in the garden along with us, discuss holistic health and sustainability or ask about our cooking lessons or Consultations and Programs. We can help you arrange outings, or even bring you on exciting full day excursions ourselves. These can be booked in advance or discussed upon arrival. The NeighborhoodBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is located beside the Belle Fille River – between the villages of Pond Casse and Castle Bruce, and near the east coast of Dominica. There is plenty to do around us! We are just 3 miles from the popular Emerald Pool, and before the “Castle Bruce stretch”. This is a central location, which means that you won’t spend your entire vacation “driving to the other side of the island”. We are a perfect hub for a wide range of activities. Both the airport and ferry are under an hour drive, as well as the capital f Roseau. Look for the Beyond Vitality Nature Camp sign by the main road. IN THE ENVIRONS If you’re in need of adventure, there is a large range of attractions to choose from near the nature camp. Have a swim at the beautiful Castle Bruce Beach and river, which is just a short trek away. Take a hike and have a relaxing dip in the crystal clear Emerald Pool. Mermaid Pool, one of our favourite family spots, is also near the camp. You can visit the Kalinago Territory (indigenous people of Dominica) on the East coast, or soak and relax in one of the sulphur hot springs at Morne Trois Pitons National Park (hike there via Segment 5 and 4). Beyond Vitality is right across the road from segment 5 of the The Waitukubuli National Trail, which runs the full length of the island. Nearby are also segments 4 and 6. Spanny’s Waterfall, Rainforest Mushrooms Organic Farm, Sultan Falls and Jacko Falls are a short drive away as well. Getting Around“OFF THE BEATEN PATH”. We are ½ mile in the bush off the main road and surrounded by tropical rainforest, botanical gardens and a picture perfect view of the east coast and mountains. It is highly recommended that you rent a vehicle if you’d like to be independent and to get the most of what Dominica has to offer during your stay. A 4-wheeldrive vehicle is the best on our rough island roads. Like most rural places in Dominica, getting buses can be a bit tricky (but not impossible) as there is no actual schedule. The buses (a.k.a large vans) only move on to their next destination after they are full. They drive by the main road (1/2 mile downhill from the Nature Camp) now and then, from morning to evening (no buses after dark). If lucky, you’ll catch one in good time – but if you have somewhere to be, give yourself plenty of time! : ) Some travelers prefer hitchhiking, which is quite common in Dominica. But not everyone feels comfortable doing so. Another option is hiring a driver. We have a reliable one we work with from the nearby village. At the Nature Camp, we also offer an affordable transport service to our guest. Depending on your level of fitness, hiking to nearby attractions is by far the most affordable and fun option – Segment 5 of the Waitukubuli National Trail actually runs along our main road, and there are several entrances nearby. Emerald Pool is also a nice hike from Beyond Vitality. You can also hike to the nearby Castle Bruce village and beach. Other Things to NoteAIRPORT OR FERRY PICKUP/DROP OFF Transportation from the airport or ferry is available at an extra cost. Simply confirm your wanting this service and provide your arrival and departure details (flight number) with us and we’ll be there. Airport or Ferry Pickup/Drop Off – One way – $45.00 USD CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT TIMES Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 am. CHILDREN Children under 3 years stay and eat for free when using existing beds. WIFI At the camp: Although we live sustainably and off the grid, we enjoy solar powered HIGH SPEED INTERNET at the main house of the nature camp, which is available for guests for FREE between the hours of 8am – 8pm. WiFi in the tropical rainforest is a major luxury. Currently, there is limited WiFi in the hammock hut and cabins, but we are working on extending our range to the entire property in the future. Off the camp: There is no shared computer at the Nature Camp, but there are several Internet Cafés in the capital (Roseau). People who would like to access the Internet on and off the property must bring their own laptop or unlocked Internet-capable device (ex: smartphone, tablet, etc.). A SIM card and a data plan can be purchased from one of the two local Internet providers – Lime or Digital. DELICIOUS ORGANIC HOMEMADE MEALS We take pride in offering unique and healthy food. Enjoy a delicious meal made from scratch with organic produce sustainably grown on our land. All prices are USD and subject to change. •Breakfast – $7 Smoothie - $3 •Dinner – $15 •Hiker’s Snacks – $5 Please note: Meals served at the hammock hut in the comfort of your own space. Breakfast and dinner are available when requested in advance (day prior). Lunch not available. Travellers are encouraged to use the camp style kitchenette (double gas burner, cutlery, running water and fridge), where perishables can be stored in the small fridge. Hiker’s snacks can be purchased at the main kitchen. ClIMATE The weather in Dominica is very hard to predict. Climate change has also added to the mix. During the dry season it is not unusual to experience periods of heavy rain (sometimes only for a few minutes). Same goes for the wet season – hot sunny days still exist. In general, Dominica does get more rainfall than other Caribbean islands – it is what gives it its lush, green foliage and many waterfalls, natural pools and rivers. Visitors to Dominica should expect plenty of sunshine interspersed with intermitted rainfall. On the coast, the average annual rainfall registers 178mm, but in the interior that figure is tripled. Average Temperature: 75 to 85 degrees F (24 to 29 C) – cooler in the mountains and at night. Dry Season: January to April Rainy Season: July to October Time Zone: Atlantic Standard Time (GMT -4) ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Dominica is on 200/240 volts, 50 cycles (like Europe). A transformer is required for American appliances around the island. However, at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp, we are on 110 volts, 60 cycles (like the USA and Canada). For charging small electronics like phones and laptops, bring a plug adapter that works for both just in case you travel to other locations in Dominica. At the camp, we have 110 volt outlets. LONG TERM STAYS We offer a sweet discount for long term stays in our campground, hammocks, rooms and eco cottage! Enquire for details.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceCoconut Cabin is the perfect location for a romantic getaway or nature-lover's adventure. Set on the outskirts of the Central Rainforest Reserve, you cannot help but relax to the sounds of parrots flying above, the hum of hummingbirds and the gentle crashing of distant ocean waves, as you breathe in the cool sea air, bask in the glorious sunshine and savour the wonderful scents of flowers and herbs. It is beautiful and very peaceful. I'm sure you will love your time spent here and make some very special memories!! Local white cedar lumber sets a calming mood for this simple, cosy studio space with porch overlooking the bay at Castle Bruce beach. Inside contains a bed, shower, toilet and kitchenette area equipped with gas stove, cupboard space and cookware. Perishable food items can be stored in the fridge in my house. The water is sourced from a natural spring further up the mountain. This water is drinkable and feeds the sink and shower (which only has 1 temperature). Electricity is limited to energy efficient lights powered by solar panels on the roof. Electronic items can be charged in my house. Guest AccessGuests have access to the organic gardens and orchard, the bathing pools in the river bordering the property and the yoga platform (coming soon). For the privacy of our other guests, the Eden Heights - Kalinago Hut accommodation and its facilities are off limits. Guests will also have access to the porch where breakfast is served to those who chose not to self-cater. Electronic items can be charged at the house and food & drink can be stored in my fridge. (Very slow) wifi can also be accessed here should you need to check emails etc. I am working towards a dream of community living and as of September 2016, Eden Heights is also home to a lovely family with 2 boys. I kindly ask that their privacy is respected around their house area. Interaction with GuestsI love to interact and consider Eden Heights as a cross between a bed and breakfast and a homestay. Whether it's cooking you dinner with homegrown organic produce, showing you how to make your own calabash bowls, or taking you on a hike to see something spectacular that nature has created, I enjoy spending time with guests! Complimentary garden tours of the 2.8 acre property are available and you are welcome to take the opportunity to get your hands dirty in the garden or even in the kitchen with a local 'ital' cooking lesson! Breakfast is not included in the price, but can be added at your request at US$5 / $13 EC per person. I serve meals on the porch of my house and am flexible with the time. Guests can have help from us with planning their day trips, if needed, and ask any questions about the island and its culture, or we can just chat! It's up to you. To give you the most authentic Dominican experience, the breakfast offered is strictly local - local fruits and juice, local coffee, bush tea or hot chocolate (cacao tea as it is known here!), cassava bread, plantains or locally-made 'pap' or granola served with fresh coconut or almond milk, sourced from the garden. We also offer our guests to join us for an evening meal, where we serve vegetarian/ital meals (or fish when available) made with home-grown, seasonal produce. Dinner is US$12 / $30 EC per person, and 24 hours notice is preferred. We want you to feel at home and relish in a truly local experience. Help yourself to fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs from the organic garden. Plant a tree! Savour fresh coconut water, learn how to process cocoa or coffee, make your own calabash bowls, press freshly cut sugar cane and discover many other traditional practices that we are excited to show you! The NeighborhoodThe sprawling village of Castle Bruce is a 25 minute walk away. It is a quiet, friendly place where people usually greet passersby on the street with a 'good morning' or 'good afternoon' and there is a strong community feel. Here you can purchase basic groceries, enjoy a local lunch or dinner (a couple of restaurants have free wifi), and of course chill out at the beach or river. There are some roadside stands nearby selling fresh produce and there are a couple of stores that sell essential items and basic food supplies should you wish to cook your own meals, but food shopping is best done in Roseau (roughly an hour away) where there is more on offer. There is lots to do in the surrounding areas; from moderate hiking and visiting waterfalls to bird-watching and visiting the Kalinago Barana Aute model village, and even trekking to secluded beaches! A little further afield are the glorious hot springs, various local health and wellness spas and activities such as canyoning, snorkeling, scuba diving and, of course, chilling out on the calm beaches of the Caribbean Sea. Eden Heights is within easy reach of Emerald Pool, L'Escalier Tete-Chien, the Kalinago Territory, segments 5 & 6 of the Waitukubuli National Trail, Dernier Falls, Sari Sari waterfall, and a number of beautiful attractions found in the South-east and centre of Dominica. I love the safe and peaceful friendliness of our immediate neighbourhood. We have a few Rastafarian neighbours who are the most kind and peace-loving folk living simple, self-sufficient lives. Our neighbourhood is also home to a lot of dogs - most of which are very friendly! If you crave a 'day off' from sight-seeing, the walk down to the village is lovely and the beach is always a great and energising hang out spot. We are also very close to some fantastic, secluded river locations that are wonderful for bathing, relaxing and meditating. Getting AroundPublic transport to Roseau and the Kalinago Territory just north of us is pretty good - during the day. It's difficult to move around Dominica after dark without your own transport. Hitch-hiking in rural areas is common, though I wouldn't advise doing this in the evenings. I strongly recommend hiring a 4x4 in order to see the island at your own pace and not have to hustle to get to some of the more remote locations. A 4x4 is also best for accessing Eden Heights as we are over a mile from the main road and the terrain is steep in certain places. It takes 20 minutes to walk from the main road. Other Things to NoteIf you would like to see some reviews from previous guests of our other accommodation, please look for the Eden Heights - Carib Hut page, which can be found via my host page. Rainy season is officially June-November but we can get occasional heavy showers at any time of the year. Please bring waterproof clothing and waterproof casing for your cameras, phones and other valuables. Just to reiterate - we are a 20-25 minute walk uphill from the main road so it is wise to hire a vehicle if you do not want to make the walk. If I am around, I will be happy to give you rides up and down if car rental isn't possible for you.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    13 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceMango Room, found within our beautiful open-air hammock hut, is its own private wooden and stone floor enclosure. It is an open air room that features one queen size bed, storage space and a breathtaking site of our botanical gardens. The shared hammock hut space is equipped with functioning lights and outlets powered by our solar system, a small camp style kitchenette, library and outdoor lounging area. It includes the use of our communal outdoor bathrooms (outhouses a.k.a composting toilets) and open air shower/change room facility, which is supplied with fresh, clean mountain water that is suitable for drinking. Mango Room is the perfect accommodation choice for the fun, nature loving couple or small family! Guest AccessAt Beyond Vitality, solo travelers, couples and the entire family can enjoy a very unique holiday like no other. We are all about getting back to nature, and we are completely off the grid – no television, limited Internet access, no city noises or traffic. Our electricity is generated by the sun (solar panels), and our fresh clean water comes from the mountains behind us. Everything we do is with sustainable living, holistic health and happiness in mind. THE GROUNDS Our peaceful property, found on the side of a mountain with cool elevations and spectacular views, is surrounded by virgin rainforest, botanical gardens, landscaped lawns with flowers, and a stream running through it with natural pools perfect for cooling off. We have 6 acres of rich agricultural land as made evident by the abundance of organic fruit trees, vegetables and herb gardens. THE CAMP Our main house is traditionally built of cob, a natural resource, also known as mud! We have a campground you can pitch your tent on, an open-air hammock hut offering comfortable sleeping hammocks, some open air rooms as well as the entire facility offered as a eco cabin. THE FOOD Our delicious homemade meals are created using the freshest of organic produce from our vegetable and herb gardens, tropical fruits from our land, wild foraged edibles as well as nourishing whole food ingredients. Enjoy our unique Rainforest Cuisine. You can do your morning yoga and meditation with an amazing view of the ocean on the horizon or have a cup of “bush tea” while lounging in a hammock. ACTIVITIES We also have plenty of Excursions and Activities to offer! Wake up and meditate to the sounds of nature. Enjoy a nature walk exploring our 6 acres of organic fruits trees, vegetable and herb gardens followed by a refreshing swim in our natural fresh water pools. Sun bathe by the stream and take in the sites of the beautiful rainforest. Enjoy a picnic in the botanical gardens or lounge in a hammock. Take a hike down the hill and finish off with some yoga in the gardens. You can also ask for a complimentary garden tour, to learn about all the fruits, vegetables and herbs we grow at the Nature Camp, along with their health benefits. Interaction with GuestsBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is a place for people who enjoy meeting other travelers, sharing communal outdoor facilities and interacting with the hosts. We consider our place a cross between an eco lodge, hostel and “glamping” – hence the Nature Camp! We love getting to know our guests and meeting individuals from around the world. We often have international workers helping out at the property that are just as eager to mingle and share their experience. You are more than welcome to learn and get your hands dirty in the garden along with us, discuss holistic health and sustainability or ask about our cooking lessons or Consultations and Programs. We can help you arrange outings, or even bring you on exciting full day excursions ourselves. These can be booked in advance or discussed upon arrival. The NeighborhoodBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is located beside the Belle Fille River – between the villages of Pond Casse and Castle Bruce, and near the east coast of Dominica. There is plenty to do around us! We are just 3 miles from the popular Emerald Pool, and before the “Castle Bruce stretch”. This is a central location, which means that you won’t spend your entire vacation “driving to the other side of the island”. We are a perfect hub for a wide range of activities. Both the airport and ferry are under an hour drive, as well as the capital f Roseau. Look for the Beyond Vitality Nature Camp sign by the main road. IN THE ENVIRONS If you’re in need of adventure, there is a large range of attractions to choose from near the nature camp. Have a swim at the beautiful Castle Bruce Beach and river, which is just a short trek away. Take a hike and have a relaxing dip in the crystal clear Emerald Pool. Mermaid Pool, one of our favourite family spots, is also near the camp. You can visit the Kalinago Territory (indigenous people of Dominica) on the East coast, or soak and relax in one of the sulphur hot springs at Morne Trois Pitons National Park (hike there via Segment 5 and 4). Beyond Vitality is right across the road from segment 5 of the The Waitukubuli National Trail, which runs the full length of the island. Nearby are also segments 4 and 6. Spanny’s Waterfall, Rainforest Mushrooms Organic Farm, Sultan Falls and Jacko Falls are a short drive away as well. Getting Around“OFF THE BEATEN PATH”. We are ½ mile in the bush off the main road and surrounded by tropical rainforest, botanical gardens and a picture perfect view of the east coast and mountains. It is highly recommended that you rent a vehicle if you’d like to be independent and to get the most of what Dominica has to offer during your stay. A 4-wheeldrive vehicle is the best on our rough island roads. Like most rural places in Dominica, getting buses can be a bit tricky (but not impossible) as there is no actual schedule. The buses (a.k.a large vans) only move on to their next destination after they are full. They drive by the main road (1/2 mile downhill from the Nature Camp) now and then, from morning to evening (no buses after dark). If lucky, you’ll catch one in good time – but if you have somewhere to be, give yourself plenty of time! : ) Some travelers prefer hitchhiking, which is quite common in Dominica. But not everyone feels comfortable doing so. Another option is hiring a driver. We have a reliable one we work with from the nearby village. At the Nature Camp, we also offer an affordable transport service to our guest. Depending on your level of fitness, hiking to nearby attractions is by far the most affordable and fun option – Segment 5 of the Waitukubuli National Trail actually runs along our main road, and there are several entrances nearby. Emerald Pool is also a nice hike from Beyond Vitality. You can also hike to the nearby Castle Bruce village and beach. Other Things to NoteAIRPORT OR FERRY PICKUP/DROP OFF Transportation from the airport or ferry is available at an extra cost. Simply confirm your wanting this service and provide your arrival and departure details (flight number) with us and we’ll be there. Airport or Ferry Pickup/Drop Off – One way – $45.00 USD CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT TIMES Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 am. CHILDREN Children under 3 years stay and eat for free when using existing beds. WIFI At the camp: Although we live sustainably and off the grid, we enjoy solar powered HIGH SPEED INTERNET at the main house of the nature camp, which is available for guests for FREE between the hours of 8am – 8pm. WiFi in the tropical rainforest is a major luxury. Currently, there is limited WiFi in the hammock hut and cabins, but we are working on extending our range to the entire property in the future. Off the camp: There is no shared computer at the Nature Camp, but there are several Internet Cafés in the capital (Roseau). People who would like to access the Internet on and off the property must bring their own laptop or unlocked Internet-capable device (ex: smartphone, tablet, etc.). A SIM card and a data plan can be purchased from one of the two local Internet providers – Lime or Digital. DELICIOUS ORGANIC HOMEMADE MEALS We take pride in offering unique and healthy food. Enjoy a delicious meal made from scratch with organic produce sustainably grown on our land. All prices are USD and subject to change. •Breakfast – $7 Smoothie - $3 •Dinner – $15 •Hiker’s Snacks – $5 Please note: Meals served at the hammock hut in the comfort of your own space. Breakfast and dinner are available when requested in advance (day prior). Lunch not available. Travellers are encouraged to use the camp style kitchenette (double gas burner, cutlery, running water and fridge), where perishables can be stored in the small fridge. Hiker’s snacks can be purchased at the main kitchen. ClIMATE The weather in Dominica is very hard to predict. Climate change has also added to the mix. During the dry season it is not unusual to experience periods of heavy rain (sometimes only for a few minutes). Same goes for the wet season – hot sunny days still exist. In general, Dominica does get more rainfall than other Caribbean islands – it is what gives it its lush, green foliage and many waterfalls, natural pools and rivers. Visitors to Dominica should expect plenty of sunshine interspersed with intermitted rainfall. On the coast, the average annual rainfall registers 178mm, but in the interior that figure is tripled. Average Temperature: 75 to 85 degrees F (24 to 29 C) – cooler in the mountains and at night. Dry Season: January to April Rainy Season: July to October Time Zone: Atlantic Standard Time (GMT -4) ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Dominica is on 200/240 volts, 50 cycles (like Europe). A transformer is required for American appliances around the island. However, at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp, we are on 110 volts, 60 cycles (like the USA and Canada). For charging small electronics like phones and laptops, bring a plug adapter that works for both just in case you travel to other locations in Dominica. At the camp, we have 110 volt outlets. LONG TERM STAYS We offer a sweet discount for long term stays in our campground, hammocks, rooms and eco cottage! Enquire for details.
    Shared Room
    1br Shared Room
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceOur hammocks are found in our beautiful open air hammock hut, which is built with a mixture of local lumber, stone and imported pine. It is immersed in botanical gardens and surrounded by lush tropical rainforest. You’ll be in a shared space with other travelers. You will be provided one comfortable sleeping hammock. The hammock hut is equipped with functioning lights and outlets powered by our solar system, a small camp style kitchenette, library and outdoor lounging area. It includes the use of our communal outdoor bathrooms (outhouses a.k.a composting toilets) and open air shower/change room facility, which is supplied with fresh, clean mountain water that is suitable for drinking. Our hammocks are the perfect accommodation choice for the laid back, nature lover wanting a comfortable cultural experience! Guest AccessAt Beyond Vitality, solo travelers, couples and the entire family can enjoy a very unique holiday like no other. We are all about getting back to nature, and we are completely off the grid – no television, limited Internet access, no city noises or traffic. Our electricity is generated by the sun (solar panels), and our fresh clean water comes from the mountains behind us. Everything we do is with sustainable living, holistic health and happiness in mind. THE GROUNDS Our peaceful property, found on the side of a mountain with cool elevations and spectacular views, is surrounded by virgin rainforest, botanical gardens, landscaped lawns with flowers, and a stream running through it with natural pools perfect for cooling off. We have 6 acres of rich agricultural land as made evident by the abundance of organic fruit trees, vegetables and herb gardens. THE CAMP Our main house is traditionally built of cob, a natural resource, also known as mud! We have a campground you can pitch your tent on, an open-air hammock hut offering comfortable sleeping hammocks, some open air rooms as well as the entire facility offered as a eco cabin. THE FOOD Our delicious homemade meals are created using the freshest of organic produce from our vegetable and herb gardens, tropical fruits from our land, wild foraged edibles as well as nourishing whole food ingredients. Enjoy our unique Rainforest Cuisine. You can do your morning yoga and meditation with an amazing view of the ocean on the horizon or have a cup of “bush tea” while lounging in a hammock. ACTIVITIES We also have plenty of Excursions and Activities to offer! Wake up and meditate to the sounds of nature. Enjoy a nature walk exploring our 6 acres of organic fruits trees, vegetable and herb gardens followed by a refreshing swim in our natural fresh water pools. Sun bathe by the stream and take in the sites of the beautiful rainforest. Enjoy a picnic in the botanical gardens or lounge in a hammock. Take a hike down the hill and finish off with some yoga in the gardens. You can also ask for a complimentary garden tour, to learn about all the fruits, vegetables and herbs we grow at the Nature Camp, along with their health benefits. Interaction with GuestsBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is a place for people who enjoy meeting other travelers, sharing communal outdoor facilities and interacting with the hosts. We consider our place a cross between an eco lodge, hostel and “glamping” – hence the Nature Camp! We love getting to know our guests and meeting individuals from around the world. We often have international workers helping out at the property that are just as eager to mingle and share their experience. You are more than welcome to learn and get your hands dirty in the garden along with us, discuss holistic health and sustainability or ask about our cooking lessons or Consultations and Programs. We can help you arrange outings, or even bring you on exciting full day excursions ourselves. These can be booked in advance or discussed upon arrival. The NeighborhoodBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is located beside the Belle Fille River – between the villages of Pond Casse and Castle Bruce, and near the east coast of Dominica. There is plenty to do around us! We are just 3 miles from the popular Emerald Pool, and before the “Castle Bruce stretch”. This is a central location, which means that you won’t spend your entire vacation “driving to the other side of the island”. We are a perfect hub for a wide range of activities. Both the airport and ferry are under an hour drive, as well as the capital f Roseau. Look for the Beyond Vitality Nature Camp sign by the main road. IN THE ENVIRONS If you’re in need of adventure, there is a large range of attractions to choose from near the nature camp. Have a swim at the beautiful Castle Bruce Beach and river, which is just a short trek away. Take a hike and have a relaxing dip in the crystal clear Emerald Pool. Mermaid Pool, one of our favourite family spots, is also near the camp. You can visit the Kalinago Territory (indigenous people of Dominica) on the East coast, or soak and relax in one of the sulphur hot springs at Morne Trois Pitons National Park (hike there via Segment 5 and 4). Beyond Vitality is right across the road from segment 5 of the The Waitukubuli National Trail, which runs the full length of the island. Nearby are also segments 4 and 6. Spanny’s Waterfall, Rainforest Mushrooms Organic Farm, Sultan Falls and Jacko Falls are a short drive away as well. Getting Around“OFF THE BEATEN PATH”. We are ½ mile in the bush off the main road and surrounded by tropical rainforest, botanical gardens and a picture perfect view of the east coast and mountains. It is highly recommended that you rent a vehicle if you’d like to be independent and to get the most of what Dominica has to offer during your stay. A 4-wheeldrive vehicle is the best on our rough island roads. Like most rural places in Dominica, getting buses can be a bit tricky (but not impossible) as there is no actual schedule. The buses (a.k.a large vans) only move on to their next destination after they are full. They drive by the main road (1/2 mile downhill from the Nature Camp) now and then, from morning to evening (no buses after dark). If lucky, you’ll catch one in good time – but if you have somewhere to be, give yourself plenty of time! : ) Some travelers prefer hitchhiking, which is quite common in Dominica. But not everyone feels comfortable doing so. Another option is hiring a driver. We have a reliable one we work with from the nearby village. At the Nature Camp, we also offer an affordable transport service to our guest. Depending on your level of fitness, hiking to nearby attractions is by far the most affordable and fun option – Segment 5 of the Waitukubuli National Trail actually runs along our main road, and there are several entrances nearby. Emerald Pool is also a nice hike from Beyond Vitality. You can also hike to the nearby Castle Bruce village and beach. Other Things to NoteAIRPORT OR FERRY PICKUP/DROP OFF Transportation from the airport or ferry is available at an extra cost. Simply confirm your wanting this service and provide your arrival and departure details (flight number) with us and we’ll be there. Airport or Ferry Pickup/Drop Off – One way – $45.00 USD CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT TIMES Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 am. CHILDREN Children under 3 years stay and eat for free when using existing beds. WIFI At the camp: Although we live sustainably and off the grid, we enjoy solar powered HIGH SPEED INTERNET at the main house of the nature camp, which is available for guests for FREE between the hours of 8am – 10pm. WiFi in the tropical rainforest is a major luxury. Currently, there is limited WiFi in the hammock hut and cabins, but we are working on extending our range to the entire property in the future. Off the camp: There is no shared computer at the Nature Camp, but there are several Internet Cafés in the capital (Roseau). People who would like to access the Internet on and off the property must bring their own laptop or unlocked Internet-capable device (ex: smartphone, tablet, etc.). A SIM card and a data plan can be purchased from one of the two local Internet providers – Lime or Digital. DELICIOUS ORGANIC HOMEMADE MEALS We take pride in offering unique and healthy food. Enjoy a delicious meal made from scratch with organic produce sustainably grown on our land. All prices are USD and subject to change. •Breakfast – $7 Smoothie - $3 •Dinner – $15 •Hiker’s Snacks – $5 Please note: Meals served at the hammock hut in the comfort of your own space. Breakfast and dinner are available when requested in advance (day prior). Lunch not available. Travellers are encouraged to use the camp style kitchenette (double gas burner, cutlery, running water and fridge), where perishables can be stored in the small fridge. Hiker’s snacks can be purchased at the main kitchen. ClIMATE The weather in Dominica is very hard to predict. Climate change has also added to the mix. During the dry season it is not unusual to experience periods of heavy rain (sometimes only for a few minutes). Same goes for the wet season – hot sunny days still exist. In general, Dominica does get more rainfall than other Caribbean islands – it is what gives it its lush, green foliage and many waterfalls, natural pools and rivers. Visitors to Dominica should expect plenty of sunshine interspersed with intermitted rainfall. On the coast, the average annual rainfall registers 178mm, but in the interior that figure is tripled. Average Temperature: 75 to 85 degrees F (24 to 29 C) – cooler in the mountains and at night. Dry Season: January to April Rainy Season: July to October Time Zone: Atlantic Standard Time (GMT -4) ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Dominica is on 200/240 volts, 50 cycles (like Europe). A transformer is required for American appliances around the island. However, at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp, we are on 110 volts, 60 cycles (like the USA and Canada). For charging small electronics like phones and laptops, bring a plug adapter that works for both just in case you travel to other locations in Dominica. At the camp, we have 110 volt outlets. LONG TERM STAYS We offer a sweet discount for long term stays in our campground, hammocks, rooms and eco cottage! Enquire for details.
    Hotel
    3-star Hotel
    Situated in Castle Bruce, this cottage is within 16 mi (25 km) of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Freshwater Lake, and Layou River Gorge. Morne Aux Diables and Morne Nichols are also within 16 mi (25 km).
    Home/Apartment
    4br Home/Apartment
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceClub, bar, football games, beach, and pool just distance away from the home. Come enjoy a wonderful stay with a beautiful view. One of the bedroom is an exclusive master bedroom with a bathroom which is an addition fee of 130 per night Guest AccessYou will have to kitchen, bathroom, washer, porch, frontyard, and backyard. Interaction with GuestsThere will be someone there to help you with any issue and or problems. The NeighborhoodThe view is wonderful, the neighbors make the place even better. Beach, pool, club, bars, football games etc to enjoy your stay. Getting Around1 hour drive from airport possibility to pick you up. There will be someone to drive you to your destination throughout the day with an additional fee. Other Things to NoteOne of the bedroom is a exclusive master bedroom with bathroom inside which is $100 per person.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The Spaceı̴̴̡̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡ ̡͌l̡*̡̡ ̴̡ı̴̴̡ ̡̡͡|̲̲̲͡͡͡ ̲̲͡ ̲̲̲͡͡π̲̲͡͡ ̲̲̲̲͡͡͡ ̲|̡̡̡ ̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡.~~~>>•°~~~¸¸¸ϪϪϪ¸¸¸ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡ ̡ ̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡.•*¨*•♪ Welcome to our little Cocoa & Vanilla farm in the tropical rainforest of Dominica We established in Castle Bruce in March 2015 in the family farm and work since with the local farmers to promote Castle Bruce "terroir" among others, and the related organic products, notably the Cocoa, Vanilla, Coffee and Nuts which we also plant, process and export. The domain extends from Castle Bruce river to the tropical forest above which is planted with cocoa, coconut, avocado, mango, cherry, vanilla, nuts & coffee trees, and is crossed by the river. Our focus like most of the farmers is clearly on the quality and the volume produced does not always allow to generate a regular income; Nevertheless the size and surrounding of a farm allow to develop other activities that perfectly fit with, notably agro-tourism and fishing activities when we are lucky enough to live by a river and nearby the ocean. Also we develop the activity to an Eco-farm regrouping farming-fishing-camping and open the wild space to welcome travelers and adventurers who look for something different, off the beaten track and invigorating. It's on the sunny river side of the domain that we started to install few spacious platforms on pillars with tents that adapt particularly well to this environment. Here you can freely enjoy a comfortable tent in a wild and safe environment, have a bath in the natural river pool, catch crayfishes and other sweet-water fishes, prepare a barbecue and enjoy your meal with a stunning river, forest and mountain view. Nestled in the farm a comfortable and spacious tent is at your disposal, furnished with a real bed in a separated "in cabin bedroom" for 2 persons, and a little lounge with wood shelves and space for a second bed for 2, just ready to live in. It have the basics to cook and to eat and you can use the outdoor kitchen as well at your convenience. It have natural pools in the river where you can enjoy nice bathes, the water is quite warm (18 to 25°) pure and clean, you can use it to cook, to drink and to wash. It have no electricity at the farm and we use essentially the water from the river. We have a generator on site in case (on demand, extra cost) which provide electricity, mainly for the light, phone and computer charge. We have internet access on our phone, which we can share for communication purpose on demand (extra). The last day of your stay we ask you to please clean the tent and the cooking basics with the cleaning kit provided to that effect. Empty the water jerrican and make sure you close all doors and windows. Guest AccessFree up! Here you can enjoy everything which is provided by the nature, and have a real extraordinary experience of the Caribbean wild life. Nestled in a private space at the feet of the tropical forest, a tent on pillars well designed to welcome 2 to 4 persons, furnished with a "in cabin" double bed and a little lounge where it's also possible to install an additional double matrice for 2 pers. Bed sheets are provided as well as the necessary to cook and to eat and a water jerrican with shower jet, plus a cleaning kit for you to leave the tent clean before your check out. You can use the outdoor kitchen equipped with a few basics and cook on the fireplace. On demand, we have electricity provided by a generator for lighting, phone & computer charge; It is 15EC for 4l of gaz, available at the gaz shop; in case plan a UK plug converter. We also provide a WiFi connexion from our mobile in case you need (on demand, extra cost). Our very affordable price allow you to stay freely and as much as you wish in all Marclarkin land including the river, and to enjoy everything which is provided by the nature like fruits & vegetables, bush herbs, river fishes and so much more... It also includes a tent on piloti*, with basics to cook and to clean, an outdoor kitchen & fireplace, an outdoor shower, as well as our assistance for everything you might need during your stay. It does not include meals and drinks but you can freely pick-up fruits & vegetables and fish in the river, or we can cook for you some delicious Caribbean breakfast (15EC) lunches and dinners (30EC), drinks included. *tent installed on a platform built on pillars, dim: 6 x 5 meters. ps: You can also bring your own tent if you wish Interaction with GuestsWe see the domain as a sustainable and autonomous little heaven and adapt ourselves to this environment with a natural comfort. We look forward to welcome you soon and to make you discover our little farm in Castle Bruce. Depending on the season, you might also participate in the fishing and farming activities if you wish, harvesting, picking, fermenting and drying cocoa and coffee beans. Whether you want to enjoy the Caribbean Wild Life experience on your own, with a group or with us, we are at your disposal for your amazing and extraordinary adventure in Dominica. Just tell us about you wishes and we will organize you an awesome & unforgettable trip. Sylvie & Don Marclarkin Caribbean Wild Life Eco-Farm ı̴̴̡̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡ ̡͌l̡*̡̡ ̴̡ı̴̴̡ ̡̡͡|̲̲̲͡͡͡ ̲̲͡ ̲̲̲͡͡π̲̲͡͡ ̲̲̲̲͡͡͡ ̲|̡̡̡ ̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡.~~~>•°~~~¸¸¸ϪϪϪ¸¸¸ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡ ̡ ̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡.•*¨*•♪ The NeighborhoodMarclarkin is about 20 minutes walk from Castle Bruce bay and about 40 minutes walk from the village. Native people are very friendly and welcoming, always greet you with a "good morning", afternoon & evening and have a strong community feeling. All around you can purchase basic groceries and enjoy a local lunch or dinner. There are few roadside stands by the village and by the bay selling fresh fruits & vegetables and couple of stores that sell essential items and basic for cooking. Daily bus go to Roseau from 7am til 1 or 2pm (roughly 45 minutes away) where there is more on offer. From Roseau the last bus is back to Castle Bruce at about 5pm. Also you will find lots to do in the surrounding areas; from hiking segments of the Waitukubuli National Trail, visiting waterfalls and the Kalinago territory, trekking, canyoning, snorkeling, diving & fishing. Also a lot of amazing places around to see like: Emerald Pool, L'Escalier Tete-Chien, Dernier Falls, Sari Sari waterfall, and a number of beautiful other little towns and villages on both West and East coast of Dominica, like Mero beach and so many others... Getting AroundTo Castle Bruce: It have bus at the port of Roseau, just after the bridge on the left side (seaside). We can also arrange transfers from and to Roseau Port terminal. To Marclarkin: it takes about 40 minutes from Roseau to Marclarkin in Castle Bruce, located at the feet of the rainforest and accessible from the bridge, by the little way following the river. From the bridge you reach Marclarkin by car in about 5 minutes, and in about 10/15 minutes walk. To Dominica: by boat+ "Express des iles" 99€ TTC or 79€ with abonment A/R by flight "Air Antilles", "Liat" +/-150€ TTC A/R + by boat you can carry up to 2 x 25kg with an abonment card and every 4th trip is basically offered, you pay only 30€ for taxes. From Paris: Transatlantic flights to Guadeloupe, Martinique and most Caribbean islands with (per price - to +) "XL Airways***", "Corsair", "Air Caraïbes**" and "Air France". ***XL Airways departure and arrival is from Paris CDG, other Cies from Orly sud ** Air Caraïbes offers departure and arrival from/to Marie Galante as well as from/to TGV train stations in France at fair price. Other Things to NoteOn demand, we propose you *breakfasts, *lunches and *dinners made of local products coming from our farm or from our fellow farmers living all around. Depending on the weather we organize different activities like: *Fishing with net, harpoon and lines (river & sea) *Diving (river & sea) *Boat excursion *Trails adventure & sport And always available: *Visit of Cocoa & Vanilla plantations, and organic farms *Caribbean cooking style session *Caribbean hair dressing style session (*price on demand, payable on site in EC)
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    3 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceLocated in the heart of the Kalinago Territory, along Segment 6 of the Waitukubuli National Trail, adjacent to the Kalinago Barana Auté, the Aywasi Retreat is nestled into the rugged, windswept Atlantic coastline. The eco-cottages each have two bedrooms; queen-sized bed downstairs and double bed upstairs in a lovely loft-like designed space with comfortable living area, sleeping a total of four (4) persons per cottage. The full bathroom with shower is located on the ground floor and serves both bedrooms. The main bedroom downstairs opens onto a 20ft long patio with specular views of the Atlantic Ocean and rugged coastline. Coffee/tea maker, mini fridge, iron and ironing board and free wifi are available in the rustic wooden cottages, which are traditionally crafted and tastefully decorated with comfortable, modern amenities. Enjoy the sounds of nature in our two bedroom rustic wooden cottages... Feel the energy and rejuvenate your spirit in our enchanting massage and meditation spaces.... or hikers are welcome to pitch tents or hammocks in our garden “ajoupas”. Aywasi is ideal for the active, adventurous and socially-responsible traveller. We are a culturally and environmentally sensitive development that seeks to create economic opportunities and to improve the quality of life for the Caribbean’s First Peoples – The Kalinago. The second phase of construction will see the completion of the administrative building, a two minute forest walk from your cottage. This structure will house a meeting room, gift shop and a full-service verandah restaurant serving Kalinago-inspired Creole cuisine. Ayawasi Kalinago Retreat beckons writers, artists, romantic couples, independent travellers and business retreats in search of a truly authentic Caribbean experience. We invite you to enjoy our warm hospitality and an exceptional Nature Island experience. Mabrika! Guest AccessGuest can walk our trails and access our seaside pool. They can tour the world famous Kalinago Barana Aute, just a five (5) minute walk and explore the Kalinago Territory which is the only indigenous community of it's type in the world. Interaction with GuestsTeam Aywasi offers personalized service to each of our guests, and we are available to organize island-wide tours, hikes and any other desired land and marine-based activities. Airport and port transfers can also be provided, as well as specialist lectures on Kalinago history and culture can be arranged. The NeighborhoodWe are located on an indigenous reservation and guests will have an opportunity to meet and interact with the Kalinago people Getting AroundWe will facilitate all transportation needs, i.e. tour arrangements, local transportation, taxis or personalized adventures. Other Things to NoteDominica, The Nature Island and the Caribbean’s Hiking and Whale Watching Capital is renowned for its pristine forests, breath-taking vistas and world-class diving. To enhance your vacation experience, we encourage our guests to experience hiking the Waitukubuli National Trail, Whale Watching and Diving. We would be delighted to provide meals as required, and to organize Island Tours, Hiking, Special Interest Eco Explorations or any of your select land and water-based adventures.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpacePapaya Cabin, our open air eco cabin is beautifully set amongst botanical gardens and tropical rainforest with spectacular mountain views. It features our open-air hammock hut and attached open-air rooms. The space is equipped with functioning lights and outlets powered by our solar system, a small camp style kitchenette, library and outdoor lounging area. It includes the use of our communal outdoor bathrooms (outhouses a.k.a composting toilets) and open air shower/change room facility, which is supplied with fresh, clean mountain water that is suitable for drinking. Both the rooms are found within the hammock hut, in their own private wooden and stone enclosures. Guava Room features two twin size beds, storage space and spectacular views of the natural world. Mango Room features one queen size bed, storage space and a breathtaking site of our botanical gardens. The hammock hut also includes four comfortable sleeping hammocks, for those wishing to be in closer contact with nature under the comfort of a roof. Papaya Cabin sleeps 4 people in beds, and up to 8 with the additional people sleeping in hammocks ($5 extra/person). Papaya Cabin is the perfect accommodation choice for the fun, outgoing nature loving family or group of friends! Guest AccessAt Beyond Vitality, solo travelers, couples and the entire family can enjoy a very unique holiday like no other. We are all about getting back to nature, and we are completely off the grid – no television, limited Internet access, no city noises or traffic. Our electricity is generated by the sun (solar panels), and our fresh clean water comes from the mountains behind us. Everything we do is with sustainable living, holistic health and happiness in mind. THE GROUNDS Our peaceful property, found on the side of a mountain with cool elevations and spectacular views, is surrounded by virgin rainforest, botanical gardens, landscaped lawns with flowers, and a stream running through it with natural pools perfect for cooling off. We have 6 acres of rich agricultural land as made evident by the abundance of organic fruit trees, vegetables and herb gardens. THE CAMP Our main house is traditionally built of cob, a natural resource, also known as mud! We have a campground you can pitch your tent on, an open-air hammock hut offering comfortable sleeping hammocks, some open air rooms as well as the entire facility offered as a eco cabin. Our delicious homemade meals are created using fresh, organic produce from our own vegetable and herb garden. Enjoy our unique Rainforest Cuisine. You can do your morning yoga and meditation with an amazing view of the ocean on the horizon or have a cup of “bush tea” while lounging in a hammock. We also have plenty of Excursions and Activities to offer! ACTIVITIES Wake up and meditate to the sounds of nature. Enjoy a nature walk exploring our 6 acres of organic fruits trees, vegetable and herb gardens followed by a refreshing swim in our natural fresh water pools. Sun bathe by the stream and take in the sites of the beautiful rainforest. Enjoy a picnic in the botanical gardens or lounge in a hammock. Take a hike down the hill and finish off with some yoga in the gardens. You can also ask for a complimentary garden tour, to learn about all the fruits, vegetables and herbs we grow at the Nature Camp, along with their health benefits. Interaction with GuestsBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is a place for people who enjoy meeting other travelers, sharing communal outdoor facilities and interacting with the hosts. We consider our place a cross between an eco lodge, hostel and “glamping” – hence the Nature Camp! We love getting to know our guests and meeting individuals from around the world. We often have international workers helping out at the property that are just as eager to mingle and share their experience. You are more than welcome to learn and get your hands dirty in the garden along with us, discuss holistic health and sustainability or ask about our cooking lessons or Consultations and Programs. We can help you arrange outings, or even bring you on exciting full day excursions ourselves. These can be booked in advance or discussed upon arrival. The NeighborhoodBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is located beside the Belle Fille River – between the villages of Pond Casse and Castle Bruce, and near the east coast of Dominica. There is plenty to do around us! We are just 3 miles from the popular Emerald Pool, and before the “Castle Bruce stretch”. This is a central location, which means that you won’t spend your entire vacation “driving to the other side of the island”. We are a perfect hub for a wide range of activities. Both the airport and ferry are under an hour drive, as well as the capital f Roseau. Look for the Beyond Vitality Nature Camp sign by the main road. IN THE ENVIRONS If you’re in need of adventure, there is a large range of attractions to choose from near the nature camp. Have a swim at the beautiful Castle Bruce Beach and river, which is just a short trek away. Take a hike and have a relaxing dip in the crystal clear Emerald Pool. Mermaid Pool, one of our favourite family spots, is also near the camp. You can visit the Kalinago Territory (indigenous people of Dominica) on the East coast, or soak and relax in one of the sulphur hot springs at Morne Trois Pitons National Park (hike there via Segment 5 and 4). Beyond Vitality is right across the road from segment 5 of the The Waitukubuli National Trail, which runs the full length of the island. Nearby are also segments 4 and 6. Spanny’s Waterfall, Rainforest Mushrooms Organic Farm, Sultan Falls and Jacko Falls are a short drive away as well. Getting Around“OFF THE BEATEN PATH”. We are ½ mile in the bush off the main road and surrounded by tropical rainforest, botanical gardens and a picture perfect view of the east coast and mountains. It is highly recommended that you rent a vehicle if you’d like to be independent and to get the most of what Dominica has to offer during your stay. A 4-wheeldrive vehicle is the best on our rough island roads. Like most rural places in Dominica, getting buses can be a bit tricky (but not impossible) as there is no actual schedule. The buses (a.k.a large vans) only move on to their next destination after they are full. They drive by the main road (1/2 mile downhill from the Nature Camp) now and then, from morning to evening (no buses after dark). If lucky, you’ll catch one in good time – but if you have somewhere to be, give yourself plenty of time! : ) Some travelers prefer hitchhiking, which is quite common in Dominica. But not everyone feels comfortable doing so. Another option is hiring a driver. We have a reliable one we work with from the nearby village. At the Nature Camp, we also offer an affordable transport service to our guest. Depending on your level of fitness, hiking to nearby attractions is by far the most affordable and fun option – Segment 5 of the Waitukubuli National Trail actually runs along our main road, and there are several entrances nearby. Emerald Pool is also a nice hike from Beyond Vitality. You can also hike to the nearby Castle Bruce village and beach. Other Things to NoteAIRPORT OR FERRY PICKUP/DROP OFF Transportation from the airport or ferry is available at an extra cost. Simply confirm your wanting this service and provide your arrival and departure details (flight number) with us and we’ll be there. Airport or Ferry Pickup/Drop Off – One way – $45.00 USD CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT TIMES Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 am. CHILDREN Children under 3 years stay and eat for free when using existing beds. WIFI At the camp: Although we live sustainably and off the grid, we enjoy solar powered HIGH SPEED INTERNET in the hammock hut lounging area of the nature camp, which is available for guests FREE of charge. WiFi in the tropical rainforest is a major luxury. We ask that you please use it consciously. Currently, there is limited WiFi in the cabins, but we are working on extending our range to the entire property in the future. Off the camp: There is no shared computer at the Nature Camp, but there are several Internet Cafés in the capital (Roseau). People who would like to access the Internet on and off the property must bring their own laptop or unlocked Internet-capable device (ex: smartphone, tablet, etc.). A SIM card and a data plan can be purchased from one of the two local Internet providers – Lime or Digicel. DELICIOUS ORGANIC HOMEMADE MEALS We take pride in offering unique and healthy food. Enjoy a delicious meal made from scratch with organic produce sustainably grown on our land. All prices are USD and subject to change. •Breakfast – $7 Smoothie - $3 •Dinner – $15 •Hiker’s Snacks – $5 Please note: Meals served at the hammock hut in the comfort of your own space. Breakfast and dinner are available when requested in advance (day prior). Lunch not available. Travellers are encouraged to use the camp style kitchenette (double gas burner, cutlery, running water and fridge), where perishables can be stored in the small fridge. Hiker’s snacks can be purchased at the main kitchen. ClIMATE The weather in Dominica is very hard to predict. Climate change has also added to the mix. During the dry season it is not unusual to experience periods of heavy rain (sometimes only for a few minutes). Same goes for the wet season – hot sunny days still exist. In general, Dominica does get more rainfall than other Caribbean islands – it is what gives it its lush, green foliage and many waterfalls, natural pools and rivers. Visitors to Dominica should expect plenty of sunshine interspersed with intermitted rainfall. On the coast, the average annual rainfall registers 178mm, but in the interior that figure is tripled. Average Temperature: 75 to 85 degrees F (24 to 29 C) – cooler in the mountains and at night. Dry Season: January to April Rainy Season: July to October Time Zone: Atlantic Standard Time (GMT -4) ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Dominica is on 200/240 volts, 50 cycles (like Europe). A transformer is required for American appliances around the island. However, at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp, we are on 110 volts, 60 cycles (like the USA and Canada). For charging small electronics like phones and laptops, bring a plug adapter that works for both just in case you travel to other locations in Dominica. At the camp, we have 110 volt outlets. LONG TERM STAYS We offer a sweet discount for long term stays in our campground, hammocks, rooms and eco cottage! Enquire for details.
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    The SpaceCome and pitch your tent on our 6 acres of beautiful botanical gardens, captivating rainforest and breath taking mountain views. Along with your stay, you’ll have access to our hammock hut which is equipped with functioning lights and outlets powered by our solar system, a small camp style kitchenette, library and outdoor lounging area. It includes the use of our communal outdoor bathrooms (outhouses a.k.a composting toilets) and open air shower/change room facility, which is supplied with fresh, clean mountain water that is suitable for drinking. There is currently no hot water facility. Our campground is the ideal accommodation choice for the adventurous, open-minded traveler or backpacker looking for a unique experience in the outdoor world! Guest AccessAt Beyond Vitality, solo travelers, couples and the entire family can enjoy a very unique holiday like no other. We are all about getting back to nature, and we are completely off the grid – no television, limited Internet access, no city noises or traffic. Our electricity is generated by the sun (solar panels), and our fresh clean water comes from the mountains behind us. Everything we do is with sustainable living, holistic health and happiness in mind. THE GROUNDS Our peaceful property, found on the side of a mountain with cool elevations and spectacular views, is surrounded by virgin rainforest, botanical gardens, landscaped lawns with flowers, and a stream running through it with natural pools perfect for cooling off. We have 6 acres of rich agricultural land as made evident by the abundance of organic fruit trees, vegetables and herb gardens. THE CAMP Our main house is traditionally built of cob, a natural resource, also known as mud! We have a campground you can pitch your tent on, an open-air hammock hut offering comfortable sleeping hammocks, some open air rooms as well as the entire facility offered as a eco cabin. THE FOOD Our delicious homemade meals are created using the freshest of organic produce from our vegetable and herb gardens, tropical fruits from our land, wild foraged edibles as well as nourishing whole food ingredients. Enjoy our unique Rainforest Cuisine. You can do your morning yoga and meditation with an amazing view of the ocean on the horizon or have a cup of “bush tea” while lounging in a hammock. ACTIVITIES We also have plenty of Excursions and Activities to offer! Wake up and meditate to the sounds of nature. Enjoy a nature walk exploring our 6 acres of organic fruits trees, vegetable and herb gardens followed by a refreshing swim in our natural fresh water pools. Sun bathe by the stream and take in the sites of the beautiful rainforest. Enjoy a picnic in the botanical gardens or lounge in a hammock. Take a hike down the hill and finish off with some yoga in the gardens. You can also ask for a complimentary garden tour, to learn about all the fruits, vegetables and herbs we grow at the Nature Camp, along with their health benefits. Interaction with GuestsBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is a place for people who enjoy meeting other travelers, sharing communal outdoor facilities and interacting with the hosts. We consider our place a cross between an eco lodge, hostel and “glamping” – hence the Nature Camp! We love getting to know our guests and meeting individuals from around the world. We often have international workers helping out at the property that are just as eager to mingle and share their experience. You are more than welcome to learn and get your hands dirty in the garden along with us, discuss holistic health and sustainability or ask about our cooking lessons or Consultations and Programs. We can help you arrange outings, or even bring you on exciting full day excursions ourselves. These can be booked in advance or discussed upon arrival. The NeighborhoodBeyond Vitality Nature Camp is located beside the Belle Fille River – between the villages of Pond Casse and Castle Bruce, and near the east coast of Dominica. There is plenty to do around us! We are just 3 miles from the popular Emerald Pool, and before the “Castle Bruce stretch”. This is a central location, which means that you won’t spend your entire vacation “driving to the other side of the island”. We are a perfect hub for a wide range of activities. Both the airport and ferry are under an hour drive, as well as the capital f Roseau. Look for the Beyond Vitality Nature Camp sign by the main road. IN THE ENVIRONS If you’re in need of adventure, there is a large range of attractions to choose from near the nature camp. Have a swim at the beautiful Castle Bruce Beach and river, which is just a short trek away. Take a hike and have a relaxing dip in the crystal clear Emerald Pool. Mermaid Pool, one of our favourite family spots, is also near the camp. You can visit the Kalinago Territory (indigenous people of Dominica) on the East coast, or soak and relax in one of the sulphur hot springs at Morne Trois Pitons National Park (hike there via Segment 5 and 4). Beyond Vitality is right across the road from segment 5 of the The Waitukubuli National Trail, which runs the full length of the island. Nearby are also segments 4 and 6. Spanny’s Waterfall, Rainforest Mushrooms Organic Farm, Sultan Falls and Jacko Falls are a short drive away as well. Getting Around“OFF THE BEATEN PATH”. We are ½ mile in the bush off the main road and surrounded by tropical rainforest, botanical gardens and a picture perfect view of the east coast and mountains. It is highly recommended that you rent a vehicle if you’d like to be independent and to get the most of what Dominica has to offer during your stay. A 4-wheeldrive vehicle is the best on our rough island roads. Like most rural places in Dominica, getting buses can be a bit tricky (but not impossible) as there is no actual schedule. The buses (a.k.a large vans) only move on to their next destination after they are full. They drive by the main road (1/2 mile downhill from the Nature Camp) now and then, from morning to evening (no buses after dark). If lucky, you’ll catch one in good time – but if you have somewhere to be, give yourself plenty of time! : ) Some travelers prefer hitchhiking, which is quite common in Dominica. But not everyone feels comfortable doing so. Another option is hiring a driver. We have a reliable one we work with from the nearby village. At the Nature Camp, we also offer an affordable transport service to our guest. Depending on your level of fitness, hiking to nearby attractions is by far the most affordable and fun option – Segment 5 of the Waitukubuli National Trail actually runs along our main road, and there are several entrances nearby. Emerald Pool is also a nice hike from Beyond Vitality. You can also hike to the nearby Castle Bruce village and beach. Other Things to NoteAIRPORT OR FERRY PICKUP/DROP OFF Transportation from the airport or ferry is available at an extra cost. Simply confirm your wanting this service and provide your arrival and departure details (flight number) with us and we’ll be there. Airport or Ferry Pickup/Drop Off – One way – $45.00 USD CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT TIMES Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 am. CHILDREN Children under 3 years stay and eat for free when using existing beds. WIFI At the camp: Although we live sustainably and off the grid, we enjoy solar powered HIGH SPEED INTERNET at the main house of the nature camp, which is available for guests for FREE between the hours of 8am – 8pm. WiFi in the tropical rainforest is a major luxury. Currently, there is limited WiFi in the hammock hut and cabins, but we are working on extending our range to the entire property in the future. Off the camp: There is no shared computer at the Nature Camp, but there are several Internet Cafés in the capital (Roseau). People who would like to access the Internet on and off the property must bring their own laptop or unlocked Internet-capable device (ex: smartphone, tablet, etc.). A SIM card and a data plan can be purchased from one of the two local Internet providers – Lime or Digital. DELICIOUS ORGANIC HOMEMADE MEALS We take pride in offering unique and healthy food. Enjoy a delicious meal made from scratch with organic produce sustainably grown on our land. All prices are USD and subject to change. •Breakfast – $7 Smoothie - $3 •Dinner – $15 •Hiker’s Snacks – $5 Please note: Meals served at the hammock hut in the comfort of your own space. Breakfast and dinner are available when requested in advance (day prior). Lunch not available. Travellers are encouraged to use the camp style kitchenette (double gas burner, cutlery, running water and fridge), where perishables can be stored in the small fridge. Hiker’s snacks can be purchased at the main kitchen. ClIMATE The weather in Dominica is very hard to predict. Climate change has also added to the mix. During the dry season it is not unusual to experience periods of heavy rain (sometimes only for a few minutes). Same goes for the wet season – hot sunny days still exist. In general, Dominica does get more rainfall than other Caribbean islands – it is what gives it its lush, green foliage and many waterfalls, natural pools and rivers. Visitors to Dominica should expect plenty of sunshine interspersed with intermitted rainfall. On the coast, the average annual rainfall registers 178mm, but in the interior that figure is tripled. Average Temperature: 75 to 85 degrees F (24 to 29 C) – cooler in the mountains and at night. Dry Season: January to April Rainy Season: July to October Time Zone: Atlantic Standard Time (GMT -4) ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Dominica is on 200/240 volts, 50 cycles (like Europe). A transformer is required for American appliances around the island. However, at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp, we are on 110 volts, 60 cycles (like the USA and Canada). For charging small electronics like phones and laptops, bring a plug adapter that works for both just in case you travel to other locations in Dominica. At the camp, we have 110 volt outlets. LONG TERM STAYS We offer a sweet discount for long term stays in our campground, hammocks, rooms and eco cottage! Enquire for details.
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    Property Location Located in Castle Bruce, Sun Rise Farm Cottages is within the region of Morne Trois Pitons National Park and Sari Sari Falls. This cottage is within the region of Middleham Falls and Boiling Lake.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Rooms have private balconies. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include separate sitting areas and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Enjoy the recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or make use of other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Sun Rise Farm Cottages. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
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    The SpaceTriple Bedroom with sea view, balcony, bathroom with shower, cable TV & free wifi + Dominican Breakfast made of local products included. 10% local taxes included. Guest Access* Restaurant with sea view * Located on the beach * Free parking * Free wifi Interaction with GuestsWe are at your disposal to help you organize your trip, transfers and activities, do not hesitate to ask us The NeighborhoodHospitality at its best! That's the motto that the Sea Breeze Inn team lives by when helping you enjoy your vacation. The restaurant chef "Joanne" features some of the Caribbean's tastiest dishes and refreshing local juices for lunches and dinners. With the Waitukubuli National Trail running right at our door step this environment makes an unforgettable adventure and truly natural experience. Getting AroundTransfers from and to Roseau and Portsmouth ports terminals
    Bed & Breakfast
    1br Bed & Breakfast
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    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceTriple Bedroom with sea view, balcony, bathroom with shower, cable TV & free wifi + Dominican Breakfast made of local products included. 10% local taxes included. Guest Access* Restaurant with sea view * Located on the beach * Free parking * Free wifi Interaction with GuestsWe are at your disposal to help you organize your trip, transfers and activities, do not hesitate to ask us The NeighborhoodHospitality at its best! That's the motto that the Sea Breeze Inn team lives by when helping you enjoy your vacation. The restaurant chef "Joanne" features some of the Caribbean's tastiest dishes and refreshing local juices for lunches and dinners. With the Waitukubuli National Trail running right at our door step this environment makes an unforgettable adventure and truly natural experience. Getting AroundTransfers from and to Roseau and Portsmouth ports terminals
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    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
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    Enjoy your visit to Castle Bruce with a stay at Sun Rise Farm Cottages. After splashing around at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Conveniences like kitchens are in all accommodations, along with balconies and flat-screen TVs.
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    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    This Castle Bruce guesthouse is on the beach, 9.9 mi (16 km) from Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and within 20 mi (32 km) of Woodford Hill Beach and Boiling Lake. Mero Beach and Hodges Bay Beach are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Castle Bruce with a stay at Sun Rise Farm Cottages. After splashing around at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Conveniences like kitchens are in all accommodations, along with balconies and flat-screen TVs.
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    5br hotel
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    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated in the mountains, this villa is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Kalinago Barana Autê and within 9 mi (15 km) of Freshwater Lake and Layou River Gorge. Morne Aux Diables and Morne Nichols are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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    2br Cottage
      Sunshine Cottage is a modern, well built, cosy and comfortable house in the middle of the rainforest of the Roseau Valley. It has two bedrooms with queen size beds, one bathroom with Italian shower, an open plan kitchenette (with sink, coffee/tea maker and fridge), cosy living room. The house is surrounded on all sides by the rainforest, tropical flowers and many different fruit trees. Delicious and healthy vegetarian/vegan meals are served on our onsite restaurant. Sunshine Cottage is located only 10 minutes away from the Capital Roseau and the main attractions like: Middleham Falls, Morne Piton National Park, Freshwater lake, Titou Gorge, Trafalgar Falls, just name a few...
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      Amazing Ocean and mountain view. House is sitting at the top of the village, with mango,avocado,papaya,Lime and coconut trees in the yard.House owner is an international Reggae musician. You can rent a single room or the entire house.
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      1br Bed & Breakfast
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceDouble Bedroom with sea view, balcony, bathroom with shower, cable TV & free wifi + Dominican Breakfast made of local products included. Guest Access* Restaurant with sea view * Located on the beach * Free parking * Free wifi Interaction with GuestsWe are at your disposal to help you organize your trip, transfers and activities, do not hesitate to ask us The NeighborhoodHospitality at its best! That's the motto that the Sea Breeze Inn team lives by when helping you enjoy your vacation. The restaurant chef "Joanne" features some of the Caribbean's tastiest dishes and refreshing local juices for lunches and dinners. With the Waitukubuli National Trail running right at our door step this environment makes an unforgettable adventure and truly natural experience. Getting AroundTransfers from and to Roseau and Portsmouth ports terminals
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      8br Inn
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      My place is close to The beach, Emerald pool and Kalinago Territory. . My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.