110€ the night
in room only (e.p. basis)

The hotel

Category: Small family hotels
  • Airport
    Located at 15 km

  • Beach
  • Sea Front
  • Baby Sitting
  • Diving Center
  • Excursions
  • Credit Cards
  • Car Rental
  • Safe

Our specialist

Shanan will give you the best advice on your next stay in The Seychelles. She has gained much knowledge of the products with 5 years’ experience in the tourism industry.


Romance is the order of the day at these bungalows set in the centre of the wide sweep of beautiful Beau Vallon Bay on the north-western coast of Mahé, a 15-minute drive from Victoria and 25 minutes from the airport.

Seven rooms are available all offering ceiling fan, air conditioning, TV, kitchenette, private veranda, little sitting room, safe boxes, laundry and a babysitting service. There are a host of facilities within walking distance of the bungalows including fine restaurants, water sports, diving centres, big game fishing, casino and shops. Excursions, taxi, car rental, fishing and diving can be arranged directly from the reception. The biggest attraction however is the sunset and wonderful wide expanse of the white sands and azure sea that is Beau Vallon beach.

Nearest Town: Victoria - 15 minutes Drive (Car)
Nearest Beach: Beau Vallon - 1 minute Walk
Nearest Airport: Seychelles International Airport - 25 minutes Drive (Car)
Nearest Jetty: Inter Island Quay - 15 minutes Drive (Car)
Nearest Bus Stop: 2 minutes Walk


Minimum Stay 3 Nights Year Round


The rooms

5 rooms in bungalows with colour TV, safe, ventialteur, en-suite shower/toilet.
  • Kichenette
  • Television
  • Mini-bar
  • Air-Conditioned
  • Safe
  • Ceiling Fan

The rates


The island : Mahé



Mahe is the first experience most visitors have of the Seychelles. This is where the international flights land on the impressive airport that stretches out across the turquoise water. As it is the largest island in the archipelego, yet just 27 km long by 12 km at its widest point, it has long been the Seychelles economic and political centre, yet has lost none of its beauty and charm.

Mahe is dominated by a mountain range that forms its backbone. The highest peak, Morne Seychellois reaches a height of 905m and provides a perfect backdrop of the capital city Victoria.

In many ways, Mahe is the most spectacular of the islands with its huge mountains and lush tropical vegetation and with over 75 beaches scattered around the island.Despite its great lure for tourists, there are only ever a handful of people on these beaches with their beutiful sand, swaying palms and tropical waters....

Mahe has a wide range of accommodation from self catering to large sophisticated hotels. During the day visitors can dive and explore Mahe's many nature walks in the Morne Seychellois National Park or visit a local artists studio.

Victoria is a small enough capital to cover on foot. The market is a hive of activity except on Sundays where visitors can buy locally made crafts and mingle with locals buying fish, spices, fresh fruit and vegetables.
The capital also boasts several banks, two cathedrals, a mosque, a Hindu temple, a library and two stadiums. The clock Tower remains the capital's focal point.
The Botanical Gardens offer the opportunity to see some of the Seychelles' endemic plants. Established almost a century ago, the gardens cover 15 acres.

As you might expect with 90% of the total out of 80400 Seychelles' population living on Mahe, the night life is much livelier here than on neighbouring islands.

The discovery of Mahe is done by driving along the coast road to view the panoramic deserted beaches and coves and also through winding mountain roads amidst tropical vegetation for a better glimspe of the traditional creole life-style.