A single story three bedfrom fully furnished sefl-contained villa, set in the hillside, will a sea view. The Villia has a lounge with patio doors leading to veranda on both sides, cable TV, telephone to receive calls, Wi-Fi internet and each room has a stand alone fans.
Separate dining area, fully equipted kitchin, with washing machine, iron and ironing board. There are three bedrooms, one with a king size bed, another with a double bed and the last room has two single beds. There are two bath room which consists of a shower, toilet and wash basin in each room.
Insect screens has been installed in all the windows ans there are mosquito nets on all the beds.
A single-storey, three bedroomed, fully furnished, self-contained villa, set in the hillside with limited sea view. Property has a lounge with patio doors leading to veranda on both sides, cable TV, telephone to receive all calls with outgoing calls restricted to local only, Wi-Fi internet and stand fans.
Separate dining area, fully equipped kitchen, with washing machine, utility room with ironing board. Three bedrooms - one with a king size bed, second with a double bed, and third with 2 single beds. Two bathrooms - the larger room has hot and cold water shower facilities and the smaller has cold water shower facilities. Both bathrooms have a basin and WC.
Insect screen are installed over window openings, mosquito nets are available if required.
Nestle in the hills, Louis Villa combines old world charm with all the modern comforts. Hidden by its own Caribbean garden and perched high above the coastal line, you can escape into your own secret paradise. Let the waves wash away yesterday and enjoy the warmth of Caribbean life. Spend your days in the sunshine relishing all that Dominica has to offer snorkelling, whale watching and kayaking. Spend your nights listening to the sound of the island, the rhythm of the surf breaking, harmony of the birds and the swaying of the trees. Lets us share our home away from home with you â€“ it's just a breath away.
Places of interest in Dominica are the Northern Forest Reserve which opened in 1977 which has the largest refuge for the indigenous species of parrot, the Sisserou and the Jacquot. The Central Forest Reserve, and the Morne Trois Pitons National Park.
Dominica Carib Indians and their territory
The Reserve has about 3000 inhabitants, who are descended from the island's first settlers, and the majority live in simple homes and generally work the land and the sea. Unlike other Dominicans, who are of African descent, Caribs have South American blood in them, and have a different appearance to the rest of the population, with jet black straight hair, and amazingly beautiful eyes. No Carib owns any of the land, rather, the whole territory belongs to them all, and they organise themselves through their tribal council. The ancient Carib language is slowly dying out, and is only spoken by very few of the older generation.
A visit to the area is an interesting cultural experience; you will see some of the most incredible crafts in the world, including ornate wood carvings and carefully woven wicker baskets; an ideal place to find some gifts for your friends, ensuring the actual craftsman benefits from the sale, rather than middle men not from the reserve.
The Salisbury, Dominica area
A five minutes drive from Salisbury beach, fish may be bought from local fishermen and scuba diving can be arranged with the East Carib Dive Club.