Dennis Hideaway B&B

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Dennis Hideaway B&B Dennis Hideaway B&B Dennis Hideaway B&B Dennis Hideaway B&B

Commercial at Mayreau, St. Vincent

Price (US$): $799,500
Bedrooms: 10
Bathrooms: 9
Land Size: 23,000 sq.ft.
Furnishings: furnished
Floors: 2
Location: Mayreau, St. Vincent
Country: St. Vincent
  • Balconies & Terraces
  • Beautiful Sunsets
  • Close to Beach
  • Commercial Property
  • Hillside
  • Ocean Views
  • Pool

Dennis' Hideaway Restaurant, Bar & Guest House is located on Mayreau, the closest island to the Tobago Cays Marine Park. The private residences upper floor features two bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, and kitchenette. It also features a large balcony overlooking Saline Bay, which grants a beautiful sea and sunset view over to Union Island. One can also catch this magnificent view from the three-story tower bar next to the restaurant and swimming pool and from each of the private balconies to the five spacious double and triple guest rooms. All rooms consist of en suite bathroom & shower, fridge, ceiling fan, air condition and Wi-Fi access.

A self-contained cottage can be used as staff accommodation as well as two separate bedrooms at the ground floor of the residence next to office/reception, storage, and laundry facilities. The restaurant's large kitchen, which caters to a variety of guests is located just adjacent to the garden bar, where guests can also dine if not seated on the poolside restaurant deck. The poolside dining area allows up to forty guests to dine in style and comfort.

Mayreau is easily accessed via the islands of Union, Canouan, Bequia and St. Vincent by a regular fast ferry service coming into Saline Bay several times per week. One can also get there with the daily school ferry that provides reliable early morning island hopping to Clifton in Union Island. One can go there for banking, medical services, and shopping. North of Saltwhistle Bay is home to numerous speed boat operators, sailors, kite surfers and other water sport activities.

The island has no airport or helipad, police station, hospital, bank and no lawyers and offers a sublime, unique and intimate Caribbean atmosphere. Dennis, who has made this retreat an institution over its many years of operation, is the current owner and helps keep Mayreau a highly appreciated tourist destination.

Note: Water tanks are a total of 55,000 gallons giving an abundance of water to any operator.