Fleur de Lys
Fleur de Lys with the tropical gardens is the perfect setting for relaxing after returning from a hard day on the beach.
The complex is located at a central location on the west side of the island La Digue at approximately one kilometre from the harbour at La Passe, your arrival point on the island. (unless you arrive by helicopter).
The Fleur de Lys bungalows at Anse Réunion in central La Digue, some 150 metres from the beach, consist of 4 spacious, colonial-style modern bungalows with well-equipped kitchens that are ideal for a self-catering holiday.
Constructed with concrete blocks and covered by aluminium sheets, and an attractively designed wooden veranda, the bungalows are approx 56m2 in total consisting of an open plan living room/kitchen (approx 25m2), a bedroom, en-suite bathroom with shower and veranda to the front.
The living room is furnished with cane/bamboo setee and chairs and the open plan kitchen with a dining table and chairs.
The kitchen is well equipped with an electric hob, microwave, refrigerator, pots and pans, crockery and cutlery, in fact everything you could possibly need for a self-catering holiday.
The bathroom has a WC, bidet, wash basin, hot and cold shower. The hot water being supplied by a solar panel.
Some bedrooms are twin-bedded, others with double beds. Should you have a preference, please mention this at the time of the booking. The hotel will do their best to accommodate your request. Extra beds are usually placed in the living room. All bungalows have air-conditioning, a ceiling fan and room safes.
On request Fleur de Lys can arrange your breakfast.
To explore La Digue and the surrounding islands brings you back to nature. What about having a boattrip to one of the nearby islands and go for snorkelling, diving or fishing.
Or just take the bike and go to one of the beaches of La Digue. Or go with a guide for a hike through the forests of La Digue. Or just for a walk to the top of Nid A’igles (Eagles Nest), some 333 metres high and experience the amazing views over Praslin and Mahe