A stylish open plan living/dining room with pool and ocean views leads to a covered veranda and a neatly manicured garden with coconut palms and frangipani trees. 

Relax in the cool turquoise blue infinity pool with Jacuzzi or unwind with your favourite novel on a sun bed or deck chair scattered around. Soak in the natural wildlife around you - the kingfisher dipping in the pool, the family of monitor lizards peeping from the bushes or the occasional peacock meandering through the garden.

The upstairs balcony reached via a spiral staircase provides a further sitting area to enjoy stunning views of the Indian ocean. Guests can take their meals on the veranda or in the main house. The sitting area by the ocean steps offers the perfect setting for evening sun-downers. There is also a heavenly four poster bed in the garden perfectly positioned for star gazing..

The rugged and picturesque beach can be accessed via a private gate. On occasion sea turtles can be viewed swimming off the rocks. During season females lay their eggs in the sand close to the villa. A truly magical experience to watch the baby turtles swim out to sea.
Just a short stroll along the beach are 3 exquisite rock pools protected from the waves, perfect for children. 

For dog lovers there are two adorable rescue dogs 'Beauty' & 'Gaston' in residence. They are fully vaccinated and totally loved by the owners and guests..

There is Wi-Fi at the property as well as cable TV and a DVD player (on request). A small library of books and DVDs are available for guest use. 

If you are a surfer, Madiha is a popular surfing community for intermediate to advanced surfers. With a consistent swell, 350m rides and a reef break, this area now attracts surfers from all over the world. The surfing season is typically from late October to April. The Madihe surf point can be accessed and viewed directly from the villa. 

 

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