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This fabulous property is located in the lush unspoilt south of Mahe, and was designed and built by local Artist Andrew Gee. It is a luxury boutique establishment, set in a unique structure, combining artistic elements and antiques with modern design and amenities.

Maison Soleil offers one stylish and spacious self catering suite on the first floor and three ground floor self contained compact suites with walled gardens. The house can be rented as a whole, or as individual units, two can be connected.  Complimentary breakfast items are provided on the first day for stays of 3 days or more.

 

 

Welcome to Paradise.....

Maison Soleil is perfect for relaxing visits to the idyllic beaches in this spectacular district of Baie Lazare. It is an ideal base for exploring the west coast and the southern tip of the island.

Aside from the lush vegetation, the neighbourhood has a small village, a farm shop, a quaint local museum, and a selection of unique restaurants. A favourite with locals and visitors is                                                       where you cook your fish or meat on a hot rock on the table, a fantastic dining experience! Also just a stone's throw away are the Four Seasons Resort and the                

Maison Soleil is served by Mahe International Airport (SEZ), with local flights to Praslin and other islands.

Why Maison Soleil?

 

Come for a long stay in paradise: SPECIAL DISCOUNTS

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For Seychelles travel advice : 

 http://tourism.gov.sc/covid-19-guidelines/

For Travel Authorisation to Seychelles visit: 

 https://seychelles.govtas.com/

Health Certificate: Certified establishment approved by Ministry of Health to accommodate guests during the COVID-19 pandemic

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