Mustique Holidays

1 Hip Hotel in Mustique, Caribbean (34)

Like most islands in the Caribbean, Mustique in the Grenadines was once a sugar plantation. This three-square-mile island just south of St. Vincent was by the fifties just an abandoned bit of sunburned scrub inhabited by the odd fisherman and his family. In 1959, Lord Glenconner bought the island for £45,000 – a small fortune then for an island without buildings, services or water. Mustique’s present-day appearance – immaculate and unspoilt – is the result of rigorous efforts. No helicopters are allowed on the island and the landing strip accommodates nothing bigger than a six-seater. There is no traffic to speak of – everyone gets round on a mule. This is not quite as rustic as it sounds - Mule is the brand name of Kawasaki’s motorized golf carts.

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    • Cotton House is based in a collection of old plantation buildings, the imposing storage house has been used for the dining room, the ballroom and the popular monkey bar. Dotted around the lush estate, guests are accommodated in houses of their own, finished in classical, colonial style, with linens, cottons, rattan furniture and polished wooden floors. The Monkey bar is as legendary as the island’s eccentric founder- a perfect name for a bar intended for misbehaving.

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    • One of the Caribbean’s top hotels on an exclusive private island - with a colourful past.
    • Short hop from Barbados with a seamless transfer service.
    • Luxurious, distinctive rooms and suites.

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    £1,699 per person

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