Park Bay House is built in traditional West Indian style from tropical hardwood and native stone. With four bedrooms and three baths, the two-story villa is perfect for both large and small groups.
Up to twelve people can sleep comfortably in the villa's eight beds and sleeper sofa. And its two living rooms, two expansive porches, and large courtyard ensure plenty of space and privacy.
The living rooms and master bedrooms offer spectacular views of the sea, with the neighboring Grenadine islands of Mustique, Battowia, and Balliceaux on the horizon. The upstairs second bedroom looks out at the lovely rising hills, accompanied by soft wind rustling through the trees. Everywhere in the house is peaceful, serene, and private.
Each of the villa's four bedrooms has a distinctive character. The upstairs master bedroom has an antique hand-carved four-poster king bed and an en suite bathroom. The second bedroom has beautiful mahogany twin beds, with the main bathroom en suite.
Downstairs, the master bedroom has a romantic alcove with a queen bed and a twin-size day bed in the sitting area. The peaceful downstairs second bedroom has twin beds that can be joined to form a king-width bed.
For larger groups there's a queen sleeper sofa in the upstairs living room and a twin-size day bed in the downstairs living room. All beds are fitted with high-quality mattresses and fine linens, providing luxurious comfort.
Both floors of the villa have a large living room with lots of comfortable lounging space. Each living room opens onto a well-shaded porch across the entire front of the room, offering dramatic views of Park Bay and the neighboring Grenadine islands.
The upstairs living room has a seating area with solid upholstered furniture and a cozy reading nook with a day bed. The dining table seats six comfortably, complemented by a smaller table that seats four. The open-plan kitchen features a pass-through counter that provides casual seating and easy serving.
The downstairs living room's seating area has two day-bed sofas, with an additional twin-size day bed in a quiet corner. A large antique card table with seating for four rounds out the indoor living space.