Little Fish, St Lucia (No. 114) is a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom property and comfortably sleeps 8 people, with the capacity for 9. Little Fish Escapes fell upon the Sugar Beach Resort in St Lucia in 2013 whilst looking for the perfect spot to invest abroad. The setting is magnificent, set between the two Pitons within a UNESCO protected site. In May 2016 a plot of land became available at Sugar Beach and brought about the opportunity to add a Caribbean property to the Little Fish Collection. Over the next year the house was developed with a talented architect to design a beautiful family home, in stunning surroundings. In the meantime a few finishing touches have been added such as the little fish fretwork and bespoke fabrics within the property, and artwork that has been used in the UK properties as well as new found artists such as Victoria Horkan and Hazel Wynn who also owns a residence at Sugar Beach.
Living/Dining Room - an airy open plan space which welcomes guests as they enter the Residence with white furniture and a grey oak dining table and chairs and an extra large TV
Bedroom 1: King Sized Bed with a desk, dressing area and beautiful ensuite bathroom featuring a large roll top bath and double vanity unit with a separate shower and separate room with wc/bidet
Bedroom 2: Queen Sized Bed with a desk, ensuite bathroom including a shower and double vanity unit in addition to several large wardrobes
Bedroom 3: Twin Beds with an additional truckle bed, huge desk, ensuite bathroom including a shower and double vanity unit in addition to several large wardrobes.
Bedroom 4: King Sized Bed with a desk, dressing area and beautiful ensuite bathroom featuring a large roll top bath and double vanity unit with a separate shower and separate room with wc/bidet
Oven and hob
Large fridge/freezer with ice maker
Inbuilt coffee maker
Two seperate kitchen sinks
Large seating area with sofa and two armchairs
x4 further armchairs
Large covered eating area with table for 8 people
Large double swing bed
Extra long swimming pool for laps