About the Villa

Nestled in Montserrat’s rainforest-covered hills, with breathtaking sea views, Sea Song is a secluded hideaway, perfect for those seeking a restorative and utterly peaceful vacation.

Elegant and recently renovated, our two storey villa is available for vacation rental.  It four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two reception rooms, two 60-foot balconies which function as extra rooms and a beautiful grand piano-shaped swimming pool.

The swimming pool, gazebo and pool deck are lit at night. There is air conditioning in the main bedroom and overhead and free-standing fans in the rest of the house.  There is instant hot water, a modern well-equipped kitchen and a separate laundry. Water on Montserrat is supplied from clear mountain springs and is pure. There is a gas barbecue, and a wood or charcoal-burning barbecue area on the pool deck. We have Internet, cable and a wide screen TV.

Woodlands Beach, described as one of the most lovely beaches in the Caribbean, is a 10-minute walk away.  In season (August-November) you may be lucky enough to see turtles nesting or hatching. The offshore reefs are teaming with life and can be explored by snorkel from the beach (or scuba diving can be arranged).

We are happy to advise our guests via email in advance of their stay, and our on-island agent, Jacquie Ryan Enterprises, will provide all additional information or services needed.

Montserrat remains a Caribbean secret, quaintly reminiscent of the 1950s, a far cry from neighbouring Antigua. With so little tourism, and as Montserratians are unfailingly welcoming, visitors become part of island life. An active volcano (an entirely safe distance away) makes for a fascinating expedition, as do numerous guided forest treks.

I discovered Montserrat during a trip to the Caribbean in 1999 when I and my family were invited to stay with friends. We fell in love with the island.
Sea Song is a world away from the heightened energy of London and our family visit as often as we can.  We have made quite a few changes to the house in the intervening years, but its essence remains the same – serenity, beauty and tranquillity.