Mustique

An exclusive yet understated Caribbean island

Mustique

An exclusive yet understated Caribbean island

Mustique

An exclusive yet understated Caribbean island

Mustique

An exclusive yet understated Caribbean island

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          Mustique is an island favoured by royalty, musicians and high society, many of whom own one of the magnificent villas that form a large part of island life and whose owners names read from a ’Who’s Who’. The villas themselves, many designed by the late Oliver Messel, are as individual as their owners, each taking advantage of every asset of their position to offer unrivalled views.

          The owners of the properties, have all left their individual marks; furnishing from effective simplicity to total luxury with priceless antiques to the absolute in modern design and comfort. Also inspired by the original designer Oliver Messel, is the famed Cotton House, the island's own exclusive boutique hideaway.

          Located in the northern part of the Grenadines chain, Mustique enjoys views over neighbouring islands that reflect the historical Caribbean influence of the area; Canouan, Bequia, Battowia. Surrounded by no less than nine pearl-white beaches, the island has an ambience unique to itself. Tranquility, relaxation and privacy are all important watchwords, but that's to suggest isolation as the focal point as Basil's Beach Bar will testify to many an impromptu 'jump up'. 

          The day is spent in total informality with beach wear the norm whilst sitting and relaxing around your own private pool, or enjoying a picnic, which the cook has prepared, on one of the beaches. In the evening ladies may well don their long dresses, men, their open-neck shirts, as who knows what might be in store. Perhaps a dinner party at your villa, or dining at the Cotton House Hotel; maybe you will visit new friends you have made, but be prepared to let the magic of the island take its course.

          We sell a wide range of holidays to Mustique so please do get in touch as we'd be delighted to help you.

          There are no direct flights to Mustique from the UK. International flights are from St Lucia that connect to Mustique but travellers can also fly to Barbados.

          From the South – There are daily flights from London Gatwick Airport to Barbados and several times weekly to St Lucia with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic that connect with a local domestic flight.

          From the North – There are twice weekly direct flights from Manchester Airport to Barbados in the Winter and once a week in the Summer. Alternatively, there are domestic flights to London Gatwick or Heathrow (with a taxi transfer to Gatwick) from some Northern Airports to connect daily with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic.

          Charter flights to Barbados and St Lucia are available in the Winter months.

          We can arrange your flights as part of your holiday, including any inter-island flights. We have excellent fares with all major Airlines in all cabins.

          Mustique enjoys a tropical climate with little variation in temperature, the average temperature range is 75 to 85 degrees (24c to 29 c) throughout the year. The dry season is traditionally considered December to May and the wet season June to November

          St. Vincent and the Grenadines is located at the Southern edge of the hurricane belt. The last time a hurricane passed directly over the Grenadines was in 1955.

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