Peek Inside One Of Only 100 Private Villas On Celebrity-Studded Mustique Island

Mustique

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The Caribbean island of Mustique is a popular destination for Hollywood’s elite, including Mick Jagger, Tommy Hilfiger and Brad Pitt.   In addition to being a celebrity enclave, the 1,400-acre island, which measures just 3 miles long by a 1/2 mile wide, is famed for its white sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise waters.    

There are only 100 private residences on the island, 72 of which can be rented for up to $40,000 a week.  

Welcome to the beautiful island of Mustique in the West Indies.

Stroll up to your luxurious private villa, Bali Hai.

Meet your friendly household staff.

Hungry? Maybe after a tour.

Between December and April this view can be yours for $10,000 a week. After May, you can have it for a cool $6,000.

Here's the first of two king bedrooms.

There's a stunning view of the Caribbean as well as the the Islands of Bequia and St Vincent.

It even looks great at night.

No detail is too small.

A Media room features a flat-screen TV, DVD and state-of-the-art sound system. But it's too nice outside to stay in here.

Lets head out to the sun deck.

A 50-foot swimming pool equipped with lounge chairs and umbrellas is perfect or cooling off or squeezing in some laps.

Or you might want to venture to one of the nine white sandy beaches for a picnic.

Make sure to slather on the SPF — the temperature rarely dips below 82 degrees.

It's time for some afternoon drinks under an authentic Balinese pavilion.

There's plenty of space for dining and relaxation.

If you're tired of lounging around, visit the Equestrian centre for an hour-long trek through the island's rolling hills.

Or take a stroll through groves of coconut palms.

It's time to freshen up before dining out at one of the island's three restaurants.

Of course you can always eat a fine meal at your private villa.

And watch the sun melt into the horizon.

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