House, 3 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 2.5+ Baths, (Sleeps 6-8)
King size beds (1), Queen size Beds (2), sleeper sofa (1)
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
- When not in the bedrooms please turn off the air conditioners. We do not believe in wasting scarce island resources, electricity or water.
- We take a great pride in our Home and our property. Please treat our beautiful Villa and it's contents as you would have us treat your home!
- If excessive electrical usage an additional charge will be applied.
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (e.g. countertops, light switches, handles and taps)
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC
Cleaned with disinfectant
Villa Alamandra is located at the southernmost point of St Kitts and is one of 20 homes at Turtle Beach. Water sport activities and restaurants available nearby.
Sugar Cane train ride, catamaran sailing and snorkeling and fishing trips, car ferry to sister island Nevis.
Lunch and dinners not to be missed:
Reggae Beach Bar and Grill, (Gary Pereira) for Lobster Fest Friday night.
The Pavilion Restaurant, at Sandy Bank Bay, one of the most beautiful restaurant settings you will ever see. Special Menu on Wednesday, 3 course meal US$52, or choose from regular menu.
Salt Plage, Sunday night for sunset . They have a band and Tapas menu.
Gourmet Burger Night at Spice Mill on Saturday.
Kittitian Hill on the North side of the island, oh so beautiful.
Arthur's Lemon casual beach restaurant for lunch also on N side
A lunch reservation at the Golden Rock Inn on Nevis (a Zen Oasis on the mountain). Peppe's Coffee Shop at the Christophe Harbour Marina, opening at around 9/9:30 am, good coffee, croissants and panini, relaxed atmosphere.
A two minute walk will take you to our beach, just walk into the Beach House Restaurant’s parking lot through the entrance gate to the beach. If you like the calmer Caribbean waters, you can take an eight minute walk (or drive) to Cockleshell Beach, where you will find many watersport activities, snorkel gear and beach chair rental, snorkeling and several lovely beach restaurants like Reggae Beach Bar or Spice Mill and on to Banana Beach, sight of the new Park Hyatt but not open yet. You would walk to Turtle Beach as above, take a right, and walk along the water’s edge until you come to an opening in the bushes. Take the first left after exiting the beach and follow that road until you see some buildings, then take a left to Cockleshell Beach. You can see that area from the veranda at the villa off to the right. You can drive to several other beaches for snorkeling, like Major’s Bay or Whitehouse Bay. Or take the Nevis Catamaran trip and stop at Shitten Bay for snorkeling. Gear, lunch and drinks will be provided; it’s a fun day trip. One of our favorite and very deserted beaches is Sand Bank Bay, at Christophe Harbor development, an 8-minute drive from the villa. It is good for body surfing, water aerobics or just playing in the water. It is a protected beach but it is on the Atlantic side of the island, where the water is a bit rougher than on the Caribbean side. We can highly recommend a walk to the volcano, although quite tough. Greg's Safari (Greg Pereira) has many wonderful hikes on island.
We like to take the car ferry 5 minutes from the villa to Nevis and drive around the island, stopping at the old plantations for a drink, and very much enjoy lunch at the Golden Rock Inn. Ask for a table with a view of Montserrat. Our favorite dish is the lobster salad sandwich and the chicken roti. Don’t miss a walk through their gardens, just lovely.
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About William & Elisabeth Pinckard
My wife grew up in Austria and I was raised in Florida and we both love the tropical climate and the Caribbean. We have traveled the world and sailed to many of the Caribbean islands but fell in love with Turtle Beach on St. Kitts. Although our children are on their own, they take any opportunity to visit us on Turtle Beach.
William & Elisabeth Pinckard purchased this villa in 2008
Why William & Elisabeth Pinckard chose Basseterre
While visiting St. Kitts in 2003 we fell in love with this unspoiled tropical paradise. We purchased this land and finished construction December of 2008.
What makes this villa unique
Unsurpassed views, the short walking distant to the unspoiled beach, the walk from Turtle Beach to Cockleshell and Banana Beach, the friendly neighborhood and the many activities available.