CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE - PraslinCHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE - PraslinCHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE - Praslin

CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE

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60€ the night
in room only (e.p. basis)

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CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE
Category: Self-catering accommodation
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CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE - Praslin

Chez May-Paule Guest House is a private self-catering establishment located at Anse Volbert, Praslin Island, Seychelles. Only 3 minutes walk away from the famous Anse Volbert Beach, the guesthouse is surrounded by many facilities and attractions such as a diving centre, restaurants, shops and much more to guarantee each couple or family an enjoyable stay.

The guesthouse offers a Self-Catering Family Houseand Standard Bungalows. Both come fully furnished, are air conditioned and are equipped with their own private bathrooms. Surrounded by a tropical garden filled with local flora and fauna, paradise is right outside your door!

Check-in: 12:00 PM

Check-out: 10:00 AM

Late check-out: must be requested in advance, with a charge of 50 Euros

Cancellation Policy: 

  • If cancelled more than 14 days prior to arrival, no fee will be charged.
  • If cancelled within 14 days prior to arrival, 30% of total reservation will be charged
  • In case of no-show, 100% of total reservation will be charged
CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE - Praslin

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CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE

The island : Praslin

CHEZ MAY-PAULE GUESTHOUSE

SEYCHELLES as chosen the island of Praslin to present its most pleasing features. Its perceptible and harmonious landscapes have certainly influenced the character of its inhabitants sweetness, gentleness and discretion. Praslin’s genuine treasure, among them the « Vallée de Mai »,are jalously preserved.

This is the last place in the world where the famous coco-de-mer, mischievously called “coco fesse” by Henry de Montfreid - is grown. Everything has been studied to the extent of having the size of jeep used along a network of small but attractive winding roads accordingly limited to avoid adverse effects and the environment.

Praslin’s priorities are twofold, that is to welcome its admirers and remain the “pearl of the Indian Ocean”.
When Lazare Picault landed on Praslin in 1744, he was so impressed by the luxuriant vegetation covering the island, that he named it "Island of Palm". Once a famous hide-out for pirates and Arab merchants, Praslin is today a 44 km² Garden of Eden.

At 15-minutes flight(36 KM) from Mahé and 30 minutes by boat (6KM) to La Digue, Praslin is the second largest island with 7,000 inhabitants mesures 11 kilometres by 4 . Breath-taking coves and beaches abound on this island, amongst them, the famous Anse Lazio, considered as one of the five finest beaches in the world.

Praslin has become the "Gate Way" since the new extension and newly built airport in 2001, it is the perfect base for an island hopping holidays.