I have stayed at mule house several times over the past ten years and I must say I would not
stay at any other place when I visit the beautiful island of St Kitts.
The apartments are clean and very well maintained and the hosts Ray and Sue are very friendly and helpful and can tell you anything you need to about the island.
The gardens are large and kept in gorgouse condition and the view from the balcony overlooking the sea cant be beaten. There is also a gloreouse view behind the property to the majestic liamega mountain.
It helps to hire a car to get around the island but there are regular mini buses and taxis to get to and from the town and around the island.
The apartments are fresh and clean and roomy and the linens and towels are changed regularly and there are washing facilities for laundry to be done.
Fresh frut from the gardens are available and a few staple provisions are provided when you arrive until you can get to the shops. These are great selfcatering apartments.
A warm welcome awaits you when you visit, Ray and Sue are perfect hosts. I thoroughly recommend the Mule House as the place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Self-contained, spacious and airy. Two of the apartments are first floor level and have access onto the veranda and two are at garden level. All are wired for both UK and US electrics, and have either free standing or ceiling fans. There is both phone and washing machine access for visitors use in Mule House kitchen. Mule House is surrounded by spacious tropical gardens where there is a barbeque for guests use and part of our garden supplies guests with delicious seasonal Caribbean fruits/vegetables. There are beautiful, mostly deserted white and black beaches, on the Caribbean and Atlantic coasts and a good variety of beach and water sports for both young and not so young as well as PADI courses for more experienced snorkelers and divers. Local small shops are a 10 minutes stroll. Larger supermarkets, fruit/vegetable/fish market, newsagents are… situated in Basseterre, the capital 5 miles away. West Indian, Creole and International restaurants are scattered around St Kitts. St Kitts is a very healthy Isle - our water is 100% safe to drink and visitors do not require inoculations. Music Festival (3 days) is held annually in June on the last full weekend in the month. Carnival 10 days from Christmas Eve to early January, plus smaller village festivals take place all through the year. Our nearest festival - The Green valley Explosion takes place for a week over Whit each year. Also dotted around St Kitts are historical sites, most notably Brimstone Hill, recently promoted to being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This very impressive fort is being very carefully restored to full glory and boasts a museum inside its walls to provide visitors with a real sense of its changing history over the centuries. The national Museum of St Kitts is situated on the Bay Road in Basseterre. A first class golf course is located at Marriott hotel Frigate Bay for visitors' enjoyment. ... more less