Mustique is known as one of the most exclusive islands in the world. This small private island is part of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and is home to some of the most desirable private villas in the world. Mustique villas are unmatched. While the island does have hotel accommodations, most guests to Mustique either rent or own a private villa. With approximately 100 private villas to choose from, we offer 74 unique private villas for you to choose for your memorable vacation on Mustique Island.
There is a sort of barefoot luxury here, where you can have all the best and enjoy it in flip flops. When you arrive on the island and into our Mustique rentals, the atmosphere is relaxed. A place where there is no such thing as a traffic jam or busses full of tourists. As a guest on the island you have access to everything available. The Mustique tennis centre is equipped with six courts and a team of tennis pros. Mustique golfers can take a private Cessna plane or boat over to the nearby Canouan Island and play a round at the Trump International Golf Club.
Horse-back riders can take full advantage of the island's equestrian centre and enjoy the island's scenic trails. Our Mustique villa rentals come with access to basketball courts, a volleyball court at Macaroni Beach, a 3.5-km marked fitness trail with 14 different exercise stations, a full-service fitness centre complete with treadmills, weights and cardio exercise equipment. For peaceful adventure, follow the directions within your booklet 'A Natural History of Mustique.' Walkers and hikers can venture through paths around the lagoon and follow the majestic Mustique shoe. Bird watchers will enjoy the Tropical Kingfisher, the Mangrove Cuckoo, and 48 other indigenous species of birds. Mustique guests can also enjoy a guided hike though St. Vincent's rainforest.
You will certainly enjoy the world renowned Basil Bar, where you can enjoy a seaside drink and where you may even run into the Rolling Stones or Tommy Hilfiger. This waterside setting is unbeatable, and the food is delectable. Local bands take the stage and the island's guests head to the dance floor for the Wednesday night 'Jump Up & Barbecue.' In late January you can enjoy the soulful sounds of Basil's Blues Festival. This festival attracts world class musicians for two weeks of fun. No need to make a reservation for this casual atmosphere bar, simply order a Hairoun beer and grab a seat. On Friday and Saturday nights, the hotel screens movies outside under the stars, can you think of a more romantic way to spend your evening?
Created over 50 years ago by Colin Tennant, also known as Lord Glenconner, his dream was to inspire a private island unlike any other, Mustique Island is a place where natural beauty merges with elegant accommodations. With its stunning white sand secluded beaches, coral reefs, and surrounded by the clearest blue waters, Mustique offers the best in luxury villa rentals.
The Cotton House offers two wonderful restaurants. The open concept Verandah Restaurant is an elegant setting for both breakfast and candlelit dinners overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Nearby on the sands of Endeavour Bay, the Beach Cafe is the perfect destination for morning coffee, lunch, as well as sunset cocktails. Tuesdays at Cotton House are a weekly event and as a guest on the island you are automatically invited. Cotton House is very laid back, and once you arrive you are part of the club. Dress code is casual and it's a good place to meet other people vacationing on the island.
Mustique has nine impeccable beaches. It is a must to try and visit most of them while vacationing on the island. On the east side enjoy a picnic prepared by your villa chef at Macaroni Beach. Pasture Bay is gorgeous however the waters are too rough to swim in. South of that is the hidden Black Sands Beach where you can relax on the warm volcanic sand and cool off in the waters of the Caribbean Sea. Visit the PADI-certified Dive Shop at the Cotton House Beach and get all you need to dive the coral garden, wall, and wreck that surround the island.
Visit the Mustique History Museum, located in the original sugar mill dating back to the 18th century. Discover the islands small collection of artifacts and historic memorabilia.
Visit the unique shops in Britannia Bay. Look for the perfect souvenir to remember your Mustique Island vacation at the small quaint shops in Britannia Bay. There is also a food stand as well where you can purchase local fruit and vegetables.
Take a sunset cruise or a day trip in a power boat or a yacht. Explore the outskirts of Mustique Island on the sea. Watch the sunset while enjoying a wonderfully prepared meal by your villa chef or visit neighbouring islands like Canouan, Tobago Cays, and Bequia.
For a different world, Mustique is surprisingly easy to get to.
First you fly into Barbados or St. Lucia, both served by direct flights from the U.K., U.S., Canada and South America. Major carriers include British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, American Airways, Delta and Caribbean Airways.
Then you take a connecting flight to Mustique (from Barbados, 45 minutes; from St. Lucia, 30 minutes). There are three options for this leg that can be arranged through your Certified Villa Advisor aboard an 18-seat Twin Otter aircraft operated by Grenadine Airways.
Daily scheduled shared charter flights
Flights to and from Barbados operated twice daily while St Lucia is served three times per week in the peak seasons.
Private charter flights
Offering more flexibility, these flights connect Mustique with St. Lucia, Canouan, St. Vincent and other neighboring islands. Prices available upon request.
Shared private charter flights
Combining the affordability of #1 and the flexibility of #2, these flights are ideal for those visitors willing to share their plane. Prices available upon request.
Check the following link for information on flights: www.kayak.com
Normal immigration procedures apply at Mustique Airport as an International Port of Entry to St Vincent and the Grenadines.
Passport Requirements Mustique island is part of St Vincent and the Grenadines. Passports and travel documents must be presented on arrival and departure from Mustique. Visitors must be in possession an onward/return ticket and sufficient funds for the duration of their stay.
No visa is necessary for up to one month for holders of American, Australian, British, Canadian, European Union, New Zealand and South African passports. Visas are required in advance for passport holders from Dominican Republic, China, Iran, Iraq, Jordon, Lebanon, Nigeria and Syria.
The Eastern Caribbean Dollar is the official currency, but US Dollars are widely accepted
Mustique is a tropical paradise. The average temperatures are high and fluctuate little because of its latitude position. Island Visitors can expect highs in the mid-eighties to low nineties during the summer months. Cool trade wind breezes temper the hot sun. Mustique weather remains pleasant even in the coldest of "winter" months, with temperatures rarely dipping below 75 degrees. Between May and October guests will experience short-lived rain showers.
Atlantic Time Zone
Here on this 1,400-acre island, every beach, restaurant, activity and bar is only minutes away by mule (the mechanical kind). All villas come equipped with these easy-to-drive, four-seater, souped-up golf carts - the perfect vehicle for the island's paved and unpaved roads.
Mule drivers must be at least 17 years of age and hold a local Vincentian driver's permit (which it can be purchased at Mustique Airport by anyone holding a valid international driver's license on arrival). There is an island-wide speed limit of 20 miles-per-hour.
Mustique Mechanical Services rent two, four and six seater Kawasaki mules by the day. Also available for rent are Electric two and four seater GEM cars and a selection of automatic jeeps.
Need exercise? Mountain bikes are available at many of the Villas and Cotton House. You can also rent bicycles from Mustique Mechanical Services prior to arrival or once on island.
Not included in rates and is at the discretion of the guest
21 years of age