Yarrabee is a luxury self-catering establishment situated on the ocean side of Glacis in Northwest Mahé, near a small beach about 100 m away which offers great swimming and snorkelling. We are also just a five-minute drive from the famous Beau Vallon Beach.
Yarrabee boasts three units, namely a three-bedroom house with two bathrooms, and two studio apartments with en-suite shower bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchenette. One studio apartment has an attached bedroom with two single beds and a separate bathroom. All three units come with modern amenities such as air-conditioning, ceiling fans, TVs and balconies with lovely sea views. Each unit has a safe for your valuables and on weekdays, a cleaning service is included for making the beds and cleaning the floors. A baby cot and a high chair are available on request.
Mahe offers plenty for the paradise seeker including bike tours, island hopping, swimming, superb snorkelling and diving and just plain relaxing on some of the world’s most pristine beaches.
Beach: There is a small beach located a mere 100 m away and we are just a five-minute drive from the famous Beau Vallon Beach.
Reviews for Yarrabee1 guest review Reviews of
3 out of 5 stars
All you need for a self catering stay. Not in the busy part of Beau Vallon, but still close to everything, good location. Shop just 100m up the road. No access on the property to the beach, although you are right on the waters edge. Nice little beach for snorkeling 300m down the road. Owner arranged hired car for us. Do own research on where is what in the area and the island or surrounds, as owner won't give much info.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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