No3 Villa and Apartments
No 3 Villa and Apartments
is an African Tropical Retreat in Gambia. A luxury compound in a verdant walled garden
...a 4 bedroom Contemporary Boutique villa, with its own private swimming pool. Lush tropical garden allows outside living/dining a pleasure.
...three romantic apartments
...the Dome apartment with a private plunge pool and beautiful gold dome in the bedroom. The ultimate in romance perfect for a special occasion or sheer indulgence. Silk, velvet and tapestry drapes entice you to want to come back again and again.........
...the Balcony apartment with a private sun terrace and access to tiled courtyard and roof terrace.
...the Garden Apartment with private garden area, veranda and access to court yard
...all bedrooms and apartments have ensuite wet rooms, furnishings are designed to provide ultimate comfort and chill out. High end apartments that will draw you back year after year.
No 3 is on the edge of the traditional Gambian village, Sukuta.
Away from the hustle and bustle but near enough to find all those little things you might need.
A seven minute ride to the beach and the busy tourist area. You will find a range of bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Furnishings and Art have been carefully selected to reflect modern African living.
Chris and Annmarie have built a luxury chilled out retreat reflecting their mixed heritage background. Local artists, builders and craftsmen have been employed on the project.
Artwork reflects a cross section of local artists. Mustapha's work is featured in the beautiful Gold Dome Apartment.
Sherrif's craftsmanship is reflected throughout the villa. Beautiful wooden doors, beds, kitchen and circular staircase show depth and variety. Osman's work is seen in the Court Yard apartments. Oscus Consulting Engineers and Design together with AS Enterprises collaborations shows stunning design and thoughtful layout to provide a relaxing, high end African holiday.
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This page was last updated: 29 May 2013