Possibly most famous for its past Royal and indeed rock and roll associations, Les Jolies Eaux, was built and designed in 1971 by the renowned Oliver Messel for non other than HRH Princess Margaret, the Countess of Snowdon, who regularly entertained the great, the good and indeed the not so good here.
Located majestically on its own private peninsula at the very southern most tip of Mustique, Les Jolies Eaux is both private and discrete. Cooled by the easterly trade winds, air conditioning is very much optional.
Extensively refurbished and expanded, Les Jolies Eaux remains the 'must stay' villa on Mustique, with a legendary past, yet with a highly contemporary feel that makes it a truly special place to stay.
The household staff of five have looked after some of the world most important dignitaries over the years, so you can be assured of discrete, warm and personal service.