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Mylène De Creny
Route De L'union
Fort de France


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price from €140






Description for B&B:

Situated in the Annex of our guest house, you will find the inviting No. 5 guest room. This spacious suite boasts a generously-sized bedroom complete with air conditioning, ensuring your comfort throughout your stay. Additionally, you will have the pleasure of a stylishly designed bathroom, offering ample space and modern amenities. Furthermore, your own private terrace, adorned with meticulous attention to detail, awaits you for moments of relaxation and enjoyment.


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Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
5 140 167 oui


Swimming Pool
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  • Fort Saint-Louis: Located in Fort-de-France, Fort Saint-Louis is a historic fortress that offers panoramic views of the city and the Caribbean Sea. It served as a strategic defense point during the colonial era and is now a major tourist attraction.
  • Jardin de Balata: This botanical garden is home to a stunning collection of tropical plants and flowers. Visitors can explore the lush pathways, walk across hanging bridges, and admire the vibrant colors of the exotic flora. The garden also offers breathtaking views of Fort-de-France.
  • Schoelcher Library: Built in Paris for the 1889 World Exposition, this unique library was later disassembled and transported to Martinique. The library is dedicated to Victor Schoelcher, a French abolitionist who played a crucial role in ending slavery in Martinique and the French colonies.
  • Saint-Louis Cathedral: Situated in the heart of Fort-de-France, the Saint-Louis Cathedral is a beautiful religious landmark known for its striking architecture. The cathedral features intricate stained glass windows and is considered an important symbol of Martinique's Catholic heritage.
  • Anse Mitan: Located on the southern coast of Martinique, Anse Mitan is a popular beach destination known for its soft white sand and crystal-clear waters. Visitors can relax on the beach, swim, snorkel, or indulge in various water sports activities.
  • Village de la Poterie: This traditional pottery village is situated in Trois-Îlets, near Fort-de-France. Visitors can witness local artisans creating intricate ceramics using traditional techniques. The village also offers shops where visitors can purchase unique pottery items as souvenirs.
  • Les Salines Beach: Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Martinique, Les Salines is known for its pristine white sand and turquoise waters. Surrounded by lush vegetation, this picturesque beach is an ideal spot for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying the Caribbean scenery.
  • Diamond Rock: Located off the southern coast of Martinique, Diamond Rock is a nature reserve and former British naval base. The rock stands tall in the middle of the sea, offering a unique sight for visitors. It is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving due to its rich marine life.
  • La Savane Park: Situated in downtown Fort-de-France, La Savane Park is a large urban park that provides a refreshing green space in the heart of the city. Visitors can relax under shady trees, take a leisurely stroll, or enjoy a picnic while admiring the statues and monuments scattered throughout the park. 10. Habitation Clément: This historic plantation and rum distillery offer visitors a glimpse into Martinique's rich history and rum production. Visitors can explore the beautifully preserved estate, learn about the rum-making process, and sample various flavors of Clément rum. The plantation also hosts art exhibitions and cultural events throughout the year.