Thursday, February 11, 2010

A coastal retreat form this harsh winter

I'm definitely experiencing cabin fever being cooped up in the house for 7 days now. Luckily I have a big stack of design mags to get through. I found this tropical gem in the February issue of Coastal Living, and thought maybe you guys could use some eye candy as well. This property is on a small Grenadines island called Bequia.

The neighborhood is called "moonhole" because of this arch, from which one can see the moon set twice a year.
Images above via Coastal Living Feb. 2010 issue

The two homes on the property
image via Burke House

I'd love to be able to sleep with the windows open

Coastal Living Feb. 2010 issue

images via Burke House

I could spend all day out here
Coastal Living Feb. 2010 issue

You can actually stay at one of these houses on your next vaca! Go to Burke House or Tranquility Villa to see/read more!


Kathy said...

Just what I needed after 9 snow days. Thanks for posting this little peek into a summer fantasy island!


Karena said...

I am packed and ready to go!!

The Designer said...

What a beautiful and tranquil place!! I am ready!

Leya said...

Oh wow! We found this place on Vacation Rental by Owner a few months ago and have been drooling over it every since. The photos from Coastal Living make it look even more amazing!

Hudson Goods said...

These photos are amazing and make me so done with this winter!

manvi @ mochatini said...

i enjoyed this issue of coastal living too. cant wait for my next beach vaca, have had enough of the cold. happy monday

Faith | UPrinting said...

This is an amazing place. Where is this again? Uuhmm, lemme go get my things and go there. This is the best place to have a vacation and relax after a long and exhausting work.

Megan said...

I would like to be here now.


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