We just returned from a week at this villa, with four adults and three children (all under seven).
Firstly, the location - while it is a way out of everything, it was everything we were seeking. A former plantation, it is situated in a verdant green valley with a small river below it that empties into a lovely beach. While the beach is rocky in parts, it is predominantly private because of its location. The sign for the villa is missing, so take care to keep a lookout for it if you come by yourself.
It is located on the relatively calmer Caribbean side of the island, about midway between the two major cities of Castries and Soufriere.
You are helped by four staff, of whom one, George (the caretaker) lives on premises. The is a cook (Bertilla) and a housekeeper (Vera). Once you settle on your menu, they create a grocery list that you can shop for, or they can shop for you (for a charge). There is a grocery store at Marigot Bay, and a larger IGA supermarket about 30 mins away, next to the gas station. Since some of us were vegetarian, and some had allergies - we had no issues.
George is the keeper of a whole lot of information, about St Lucia but more surprisingly about the stars that glitter above your head at night. He can also arrange for a local car hire, or a boat if you wish to explore the island by sea. There are two resident cats (keep the mice away), and a guard dog (chained) at the villa. The kids loved playing with them.
The villa itself is perched above the river, midway through the hill. This creates quite the ambience at night when the critters of the valley chirp away. Though we were expecting mosquitos, we were not that harrassed.
The kids had a great time at the villa, splashing in the pool (which has rainwater that is saved and reused). There is a master bedroom with an attached bathroom upstairs, a second set of bedrooms with attached bathrooms downstairs, and a separate cottage with another set of bathrooms next to the pool.
The villa has marvellous wireless internet access.
We had rented a vehicle from the airport, and so used the villa as a base to explore Soufriere, and Castries. We also rented a boat to go to Sugar beach, and for a spectacular view of the Pitons. We also explored the La Sikwi Sugar Mill near the village of Anse La Raye. The village also hosts a fish fry on Friday evening.
I can see this as a secluded getaway for couples too.