This small complex, part of La Digue Island Lodge Hotel, is set in L'Union Estate park which covers a third of La Digue and features the old Plantation House where dignitaries have stayed when visiting the island.
These chalets in La Digue, part of L'Union Estate, are adjacent to one of the most famous beaches in Seychelles - Anse Source d'Argent. Each of the four spacious and well-equipped chalets can accommodate up to two adults and two children.
Guests may use the facilities of La Digue Island Lodge Hotel, a 15 minute leisurely stroll away. Breakfast or dinner may be taken at the La Digue Island Lodge and there is also a swimming pool. Guests staying at L'Union Estate Chalets do not have to pay the daily park entrance fees. A small supermarket is conveniently situated within a 10 minute walk.
Combine a few nights at L'Union Estate Chalets with stays at other Seychelles Small Hotels, including ones on Praslin or Mahé islands. It's the best way to see Seychelles! We'll tailormake any itinerary for you with our Seychelles island-hopping ititeraries.
Ferry from Praslin & road - approx. 40 minutes.
Four 2-bedroomed air-conditioned chalets with bath, shower, living/dining room, kitchenette, TV, barbecue grill, safe and large terrace.
From £1538 per person for 7 nights Accommodation Only in Standard Chalet (2 adults & 2 children under 12). Price includes return inter-island flights from Mahé to Praslin, ferry to La Digue and transfers.
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Excellent for those looking for a peaceful 'back to basics' type of holiday in a magnificent setting.
"These simple but spacious self-catering chalets are in a perfect position. Being within the L'Union Estate park - you can visit the giant tortoises and arrange horse riding here or just spend your day lazing on the idyllic Anse Source d'Argent beach (there is a great sand floor beach restaurant; its very basic but very popular for a local 'Creole' lunch. I would recommend hiring bicycles as La Digue is a great island for exploring. Bikes are also handy for cycling to La Digue Island Lodge to use their pool and have a meal, or to visit one of the local restaurants. On the days that you wish to rustle up a quick meal, there is a good local supermarket too." Sheena Osborne Marketing Executive
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