Ti Kaye Resort & Spa - Saint Lucia
Set on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Anse Cochon Bay, Ti Kaye exudes a natural elegance and a relaxed charm that makes it the perfect barefoot getaway. Owner, Nick Pinnock, has a real passion for his creation and this is evident in the way the resort blends perfectly with its natural surroundings. You’ll enjoy superb cuisine, award-winning wines and warm hospitality from the friendly team at Ti Kaye, all of whom go to great lengths to ensure that your stay is peaceful, relaxing and enjoyable.
90 minutes' drive from Hewanorra Airport and 45 minutes' drive from Soufrière.
Overlooking Anse Cochon on Saint Lucia’s west coast.
The small, secluded resort comprises 33 air-conditioned rooms and cottages, built in a gingerbread style and beautifully decorated with local artwork and hand-crafted furnishings. Each has a four poster bed, iPod docking station, tea/coffee making facilities, mini fridge, an open-air garden shower and a spacious verandah with double hammock and spectacular views. Ocean View Rooms are dotted around the gardens and set in semi-detached cottages which can interconnect via the verandah. Ocean View Cottage rooms are individual, private cottages with more spacious bedrooms and large private decks. We highly recommend upgrading to an Ocean View Cottage with Plunge Pool - these rooms are the closest to the cliff edge and boast uninterrupted ocean views as well as their own private plunge pools.
Restaurants And Bars
Kai Manje, the resort’s main restaurant, sits on the cliff top and serves up a delicious array of international dishes infused with Creole flavours. Ti Manje, the more casual beach restaurant, is located right on the water and is open for lunch and refreshments throughout the day. The resort also boasts the largest wine cellar in Saint Lucia; the 500 bin collection of old and new world wines has received numerous awards, including the prestigious Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator.
Bed & Breakfast
There is a clifftop swimming pool with sundeck, a small fitness room and the lovely Kai Koko Spa which is perched dramatically on the cliff edge and offers a wide range of treatments and rituals using natural, organic ingredients. The beach at Anse Cochon offers some of the best snorkelling on the island and, for those wanting to explore further, Island Divers operates a well equipped PADI dive centre from the resort. Day sails, fishing trips and a host of other activities can be arranged locally.
Children under 18 yrs are not permitted. The beach is accessed via a wooden staircase; there are 166 steps and some people may find the walk back up quite strenuous.Holiday Name : Ti Kaye Resort & Spa
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