On the heights of Colombier, Villa Byzance offers exceptional settings. At the top of a cliff, it dominates the ocean as well as the bay of Flamands.
The two bedrooms, in separate bungalows are at either end of the villa, for a successful stay with friends or grown-up kids. Both offer an ensuite bathroom with shower. There is also a SAUNA next to the first ensuite bathroom.
Villa Byzance is in an area with mainly of luxury villas and is therefore very quiet and private.
The living room welcomes a large kitchen, a dining room open on a huge deck, a superb pool with always this breathtaking view.
In the heart of a tropical garden, you will enjoy a barbecue with dining room and outdoor lounge. A large deck will allow you to admire the beautiful sunsets.
During your stay, A daily continental breakfast and a Suzuki Jimny Automatic rental car (With Gumbs Rental) are included.
Pool (5X6m) – Dining table 6 guests – Lounge chairs – Gas Barbecue – Private parking – Outdoor lounge – Hammoc – Hot Tub (4 seats).
1 living in each bedroom with: TV – French satellite – Phone – Fax – WiFi – Sound System.
Equipped for 12 guests: Fridge – Freezer – Oven – Stove – Blender – Dishwasher – Microwave – Coffee maker.
Air conditioning – King Size Bed – Mosquito net – TV – French satellite – CD&DVD Player – Minibar – Safe – Bathroom with shower, Sauna and bathrobes.
Air conditioning – King Size Bed – Mosquito net – TV – French satellite – CD&DVD Player – Minibar – Safe – Bathroom with shower and bathrobes.
*Except on Sunday & Public Holiday
|Date Range||Weekly rate||Min Nights|
|Winter SeasonJan. 6th - Apr. 14th||$ 0€ 0||7|
|Summer SeasonApr. 15th - Dec. 14th||$ 0€ 0||5|
|Christmas HolidaysDec. 15th - Dec. 25th||$ 0€ 0||7|
|New Year's Eve HolidaysDec. 26th - Jan. 5th||$ 0€ 0||10|
Once upon a time, perched on the heights of Colombier, there was a small boutique hotel with a colonial spirit named "François Plantation" with a renowned restaurant considered an epicurean institution on the island. Today it is the label Maisons and Hôtel Sibuet which continues the history of this emblematic place under the new name of Villa Marie, while paying homage to its roots, in keeping the name of the restaurant François Plantation.