by Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
This secluded property offers visitors affordable beachfront accommodations in an off-the-beaten path area of St. Barths. All of the bungalow-style rooms are on a cliff overlooking the ocean, and have private entrances, are air conditioned and have fully equipped kitchens and furnished balconies with views of the sea. They are also stocked with beach towels for guest use and a drying rack for wet clothes. Children under the age of 10 stay free of charge.
A rental car is included in the nightly rate during the low season, and snorkel gear, beach umbrellas and chairs are available upon request. In addition to the small on-site beach where guests can snorkel in the cove, Flamands Beach is located five minutes from the property by foot, and Colombier Beach is about a 30-minute hike away. A bakery, a supermarket and several restaurants are all just a few minutes away by car. Parking and Wi-Fi are complimentary.
Our Editor Loves
- Beachfront location
- Private entrances
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Water Sports
- Free Wi-Fi
We live in a bustling city, Philadelphia, PA, we imagined the Sea for all our senses, Auberge de la Petie Anse created that reality for us along with perfect linens & towels, very very clean and comfy for all our needs (bedroom/kitchen/bath/porch). Auberge de la Petie Anse literally flickered nature back into my husband & I. Take a break from the city, catch your breath and watch the stars at night. Wisdom you shall gain from your cliff side porch overlooking the wonders of the Sea. We shall return Sugre & to your team we say many thanks.
St Barth has a reputation of being pricey, but the Auberge was very reasonable and in line or cheaper than other islands we have stayed on. The little beach there was good for snorkeling, Flamands is just a short walk down the hill for a longer beach and the trail access to Colombier is just out your backdoor. The rooms are large, clean and has everything you need. Wifi connection worked well. You will need a car to explore the rest of the island and it was arranged for us by Sugar, who was charming to deal with. As we explored, I did not see anywhere else I would have rather stayed.