Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Grenadines Japanese Themed Luxury Villas

“It perches like a little Japanese village surrounding a quiet pond, high up on a verdant hilltop of frangipani, bougainvillea and jasmine . . . eminently suited to its tropical environment.” - Architectural Digest Magazine

Shogun Main House - Courtesy of Shogun

SHOGUN is a luxury villa set in a 5-acre tropical Caribbean garden. Perched on a hilltop 300 feet above the turquoise Caribbean Sea, it occupies a coveted position on the island of Mustique in The Grenadines

Mustique is one of the few remaining Caribbean islands free of hassle and hustle. There is no congestion, no traffic lights, no beach hawkers or litter, no casinos or high-rise hotels, and a speed limit of 20 m.p.h. for the few cars and golf buggies on the roads.

Shogun is made up of a series of Japanese- themed villas - the Main House, Little Shogun and Traveller’s Tree Cottage. Little Shogun and Traveller’s Tree Cottage are separated from the Main House by tropical gardens and the only golf course on the island. The latter is reserved for the use of Shogun guests only.

The main, five-bedroom house at Shogun comprises a linked series of Japanese pavilions, each exquisitely decorated in its own individual style.

All bedrooms are en-suite and have their own veranda. They are grouped around a landscaped koi pond and flanked by a large, crescent-shaped infinity swimming pool. The dining pavilion extends out over the koi pond, which is torch-lit by night to make your evening meals an unforgettable experience.

There are numerous sun-decks, shady nooks for reading and relaxing, and a media room with all the usual wide-screen accoutrements— including access to a collection of nearly 700 movies on DVD. The Wi-Fi internet connections at Shogun are excellent. All bedrooms have individual iPod stations.

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