The villa combines outdoor/indoor living spaces with wonderful views from every room. Water lilies line the entrance into the spacious open-sided, fan-cooled lounge pavilion with panoramic views over the pool and ocean. Here, a long wooden dining table seats 14, on either side of which are two generous built-in corner lounge suites with teal cushions and glass-topped coffee tables scattered with books and magazines. Alcoves are filled with curios, and additional sofas are arranged at the front. The guest kitchen opens onto the lounge, with black granite counters and timber cupboards stacked with everything you could possibly need to self cater. The softly lit TV lounge has a comfortable sofa, decent selection of books, and 42’-inch flat-screen Satellite TV, with CD, DVD player and iPod dock. The 20m infinity pool has 12 deck chairs shaded with umbrellas, and a large bale (pavilion) providing an additional 14-seat dining table. Six comfortable ensuite bedrooms are minimally adorned, with little to distract from the ocean views. Features common to master and guest bedrooms include air conditioning and ceiling fans, four-poster super king-size beds (200cm x 200cm), built in latticed timber wardrobes, varnished floor boards, glass sliding doors, creamy drapes and simple bedside tables and lamps. Contemporary bathrooms sport creamy, fresh colour schemes, and are equipped with rain shower, bathtub, extensive mirrors and modern fittings, including twin vanity units with rectangular counter-top sinks perched on black granite counters. The two large, equal-size master bedrooms occupy opposite wings on the second floor, with glass doors opening onto a spacious deck with built-in day beds. Each has a tall sloping ceiling of rattan and wood, and is furnished with wooden desk, chaise longue, soft luxurious mosquito net, and vibrant, turquoise-hued wood carvings. Walk-through wardrobes lead to spacious bathrooms with palm-grove views, sofa, indoor bathtub and open-air shower. The two smaller bedrooms upstairs in the main pavilion are perhaps most suitable for children or teenagers, with tables made from colourful wooden fishing boats and adornments of decorative animal-shaped money boxes. However, with king-size beds, outdoor daybeds and spectacular views, they are also appropriate for adults. Behind these bedrooms a small gym has a running machine, weights and Pilates ball, and a separate massage room has two professional massage beds. A masseuse is on call. Two downstairs bedrooms are set on either side of the main pavilion. Their bathrooms are fitted with built in cupboards, a courtyard bath tub and views of banana trees through the open panels, while private verandas are furnished with wooden planters’ chairs and have views over the lawn and sea.