The main two-storey house has a huge vaulted ceiling, and looks down past the swimming pool and lawns to the beach. The second floor has an outstanding balcony with daybed to look down on the villa grounds and the crashing surf beyond. Within the main villa are the well-equipped – if a little dated – kitchen (not that you will ever need to go in) and a cosy entertainment room with a neat bed/sofa configuration for the whole family to lie back on and enjoy large screen-projected movies, of which there are over 100. In the atrium is a pleasant table for up to 17 diners and a rather formal seating area, both with great views over the pool and beach.
The six large bedrooms mirror each other in sets of three down either side of the pool. Nearest the beach are the two master suites with a lovely terraces facing the sea and jacuzzi plunge pools. Each has a generous bathroom with a large stone sunken bath and separate shower. These are the only bedrooms with cable TV and DVD players.
Running back towards the main house are two queen-bedded rooms which each connect to a twin room via internal sliding double doors. The queen bedrooms have a small sunken bath of stone which doubles as a shower whilst the twins have ensuite showers. There is no TV in these rooms just a simple stereo. All the bedrooms are air-conditioned.
On the lawns are two relaxation balés and a small gym complete with an infrared sauna.