The villa's serene interior opens onto outside spaces both dramatic and tranquil. Shaded front porches span the entire ocean-facing side of both living rooms, with comfortable chairs and loungers inviting you to soak up the view of the sea and the neighboring Grenadines. The upstairs porch wraps around the side of the house, where you can sunbathe during the day and stargaze at night under delightfully dark skies.
To the rear of the house lies a stone courtyard that's a perfect location for outdoor eating, playing, and relaxing. The large table and comfortable chairs under the pergola provide a pleasant alternative to indoor eating, accompanied by views of Park Beach and the surrounding hills. Or you can just sway in the hammock in the shade of the trees and doze to the gentle sounds of the surf.
The villa has 400 feet of oceanfront on beautiful Park Bay, whose shallow water and protective reef make it ideal for wading and swimming. Just steps from your front door you can dive into crystal-clear warm water and watch the waves breaking over the reef while wading around the large expanses of sandy bottom. Or you can swim or snorkel your way along the reef to the far end of neighboring Industry Bay. Park Beach even has sandy tide pools perfect for young children to splash in, completely protected from the ocean waves.
The grounds and vicinity of Park Bay House contain the ruins of several colonial-era buildings and extensive remains of an Amerindian settlement. Inside the villa's front gate lie the massive ruins of a sugar mill believed to date from the 1700s. At the top of the hill, commanding a spectacular view, is the circular foundation of a colonial look-out post. And in the valley are the remains of an indigo factory and abundant evidence of the Amerindians who lived here for centuries before the arrival of Europeans. All these remnants of past lives speak profoundly of the area's timeless appeal to people of various cultures.