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We stayed at the villa for 7 nights in April - what a beautiful place! We were in the penthouse, Red Passion and I am still amazed at the size of the apartment for the price we paid! The decor was lovely and really tastefully...More
We had the most amazing stay at Villa Touloulou. The accommodation was stylish, spacious and comfortable, and far exceeded our expectations. The views over Falmouth Harbour from the terrace were amazing. Christophe and Calvin were extremely helpful and welcoming and dealt promptly with all our...More
I'd already been living in Antigua like a local for just over 2 weeks and needed new accommodation for my last couple of weeks on the island. I knew the island well and wanted to stay in English Harbour. Villa Touloulou was an absolute dream...More
What a great retreat house, everything you could want. View, friendly adorable pets, a great chef and host, and spectacular views from our room. 15 minutes walking distance to the beach if you don't rent a car. Also Bumpkins has the best mojito in the...More
Clean, private, beautiful views, comfy beds, fully equipped, luxury for a deal.
Upgraded from ground floor to the blue lotus, this was during the slow months so Christophe was able to accommodate.
Only con is it was hard to find and the road up the...More
Response from Stephen Y | Reviewed this property |
Hmm. Well I had a rental car (which I recommend) because of where it's located. And I don't own it. But some friends of mine do (Christoph & Mark). It is set back off the main road so that in itself would be a walk. But you... More
Hmm. Well I had a rental car (which I recommend) because of where it's located. And I don't own it. But some friends of mine do (Christoph & Mark). It is set back off the main road so that in itself would be a walk. But you know Mark or Christoph would likely drive you where ever you might want to go (if they're free). I'm going to say: "Rent a car". But don't pay more than $25 per day. That might take a bit of haggling because they might start you at $80-100. Tell them you want a jeep. That is what they call locally a Toyota Rav4. You could walk, but it would take too long. Well that's my advice :)