Welcome to Brigand Hill
   
Welcome to Brigand Hill, a 5000 sq. ft., five-bedroom, architect-designed villa built with privacy, pleasure and nature in mind. Conveniently located midway between the capital city of Castries (most resort hotels are located immediately north of Castries) and Soufriere to the south (site of additional resort properties and points of interest), at Brigand Hill guests are close to nature and “close enough” to the action in those two hubs of activity.
 
Built by the late Wayne Brown, the island's most respected designer-builder of high-end second homes, no expense has been spared to create a unique and memorable experience for our guests.
 
In fact, no other Southern Caribbean villa offers Brigand Hill's complete privacy amid almost 500 acres of tropical splendor.
 
And our staff is outstanding. You’ll be warmed by their charm, indulged by their attention to service and impressed with their imaginative cooking. 
 
But don’t take my word for it, see what our guests say about Brigand Hill on the following travel sites: 
 
 
Mike Seely
Dorset, Vt/Stuart, FL/St. Lucia, West Indies
    
   
"In all of our travels to the Caribbean and Hawaii, our stay at Brigand Hill is by far the best.
 
First, the accommodations at the villa were spacious and comfortable. We all had private rooms that had a unique view of the rainforest. From the master bedroom, there was a 360 degree view of the entire valley and the ocean.
 
Second, the people of St. Lucia were hospitable and helped us with our sight seeing and shopping excursions. Whether we ate the delicious food prepared by the staff, or ate at one of the local restaurants, our meals fit all of our party's palates. We had the opportunity to look over the entire island and the beauty is beyond description. We look forward to returning to St. Lucia and Brigand Hill.
 
Thanks again to our gracious host Mike Seely and the staff for their gift of hospitality."
 
Sincerely,
Ron & Kathy Lew, Thousand Oaks, California     
 
   Read why the New York        Times raves about this         amazing island in its travel piece, 36 Hours in St. Lucia
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