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Mango Beach Inn
Ranked #3 of 7 Marigot Bay B&B and Inns
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Akron, Ohio
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“An Enjoyable Stay”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 5 February 2014

My wife and I occupied the Sunshine Room for one week at Mango Beach Inn, a comfortable, airy room very near the entrance to the Inn. From our arrival until our departure, our hospitable hosts Judith and John did everything to make our stay pleasant. Every request was handled promptly and satisfactorily. Judith provided a wealth of information about the Inn, places to visit, things to do. We loved the unique location overlooking Marigot Bay. Breakfast in the large Harbour Room was special both for the meal and the view. The WiFi connection pleased me. We were extremely pleased with our stay.

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  • Stayed January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 8 February 2014
Guests come to Mango Beach to experience the peace, beauty and wonderful harbor views but everybody nowadays wants to stay in touch. The free Wifi is a must and much appreciated by all our guests. Having said that, if you really want to get away from it all, you can just switch off!
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 18 January 2014

Stayed for 9 days in December, made very welcome by the owners Judith and John Verity
Secluded 5 bedroomed boutique hotel in a beautiful setting just a 2 minute ferry crossing across Marigot Bay.

We had the Blue Bamboo room with private garden and view across the bay
Only a 2 minute stroll along the boardwalk to the beach where there were beach bars, gift stalls and water sports.

Breakfasts were continental with a good choice of cereals, yogurts, fruit, breads and home made preserves, if you wanted a cooked breakfast or ham and cheese etc. they could be ordered and
he staff were all very friendly and helpful.

Judith and John were very knowledgeable and could arrange all types of trips sailing, snorkelling beaches etc. either by water taxi or road.

The only downside was the weather, we had an awful lot of rain which did limit the things we could do. We have been to the West Indies several times at this time of year and it is usually a good time to go. But freak weather is occurring all over the world.

Never the less this would not stop us returning.

The 'Rainforest Hideaway' restaurant is just below the hotel and also owned by them and is definitely worth a visit if you enjoy fine dining. We had a wonderful dinner, certainly the best on the bay.

  • Stayed December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 21 January 2014
We had a few weeks of strangely unseasonal weather around the Christmas period and although we do all we can to keep the standards up at Mango Beach inn, we can't control the weather. We do want to complement all of our guests however, especially the couple who wrote this review - they just went out and did all the things they planned to do anyway and at least the rain was warm ... the word for rain in Creole is 'Lapli' which means both 'rain' and 'blessings'. Usually the evenings were clear and bright with starry skies and a light breeze and of course our gardens were very green and covered in blossoms.

Future guests, please note We are now getting more typical seasonal weather (breezy with lots of sunshine, and dry days which are wonderful for sunbathing before returning to colder climates.
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 January 2014

Our stay at Mango Beach Inn was exactly what we needed and what we expected, only better.  Highly recommended.

We stayed for five nights, immediately after Christmas; we were six people in one extended family.

First of all, the location could not be better.  Marigot Bay is every bit as beautiful as they say, and Mango Beach Inn is wonderfully located across from the "town," accessed by a ramshackle and brightly colored ferry.  The journey is only a few minutes and the ferry driver picks up passengers every few minutes, or simply when you wave from the dock. It's a great introduction to the feel of the place, zigzagging between the millionaires' yachts on your tinpot, ancient ferry.

Judith and John are great hosts, efficient and helpful (particularly in terms of arranging outings), but also happy to chat. They can give you useful - and entertaining - insights on the bay, its residents, and its history.

Rooms are not huge, but adequate and well maintained.  We had a fabulous view of the bay from a door onto our little patio; in the mornings, we would open the door and lie in bed for a while, watching. We had a hummingbird most mornings outside our bedroom window, and a little sparrow-like bird who knew no fear on our patio, waiting patiently for any crumbs.  We especially appreciated the beach bags in each room, with two folded towels inside.  

The Harbor room is the excellent breakfast and general lounge-about room, with wonderful views across the bay.  We spent hours there, reading, playing board games with other guests, and catching up (on the cold weather at home) on our iPads. There is an honesty bar in the room which also helps while away the time.

We went on a snorkeling trip to nearby Anse Cochon with the excellent Cornelius and his "Smooth Operator"; we went whalewatching (no whales, but plenty of dolphins and false killer whales); we swam at the nearby beach and at the inn's pool; and we just loafed around.  The steep nature trail is for the brave.

Complaints? None worth mentioning - we really enjoyed our stay, and still yearn for the Inn.

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  • Stayed December 2013, travelled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 12 January 2014
At Mango Beach we love to host family groups - the rooms are spread out so family members can have time out as well as family time in the Harbour Room lounge, on the barbeque deck by the pool and visiting each others patios. This particular family get together was a very happy one which makes being an innkeeper feel like fun and we enjoy having guests who are interested in Marigot and want to know more about the history and the stories and the people who live in this fascinating waterside village.
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 January 2014

We were made to feel welcome even before we arrived by Judith's helpful advice, and this continued during our three night stay. Both Judith and John and their staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. We had Christmas Eve dinner at their Rainforest Hideaway restaurant which was superb despite the staff having to contend with a tropical rainstorm providing a small river for them to wade through to serve us.
The location is charming and perfect for a few days though if you spend longer and like beaches be prepared to take a water or road taxi elsewhere as the beach here is small. However we did some good kayaking in the bay and around to adjacent deserted coves. Altogether it was a great start to our visit to St Lucia.

  • Stayed December 2013, travelled with family
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 7 January 2014
These gracious guests arrived in St Lucia not expecting a totally out of season tropical downpour and coped very well! It was a dramatic Christmas Eve! The great thing about our location is that although our beach is small we are just halfway down the Caribbean coastline with easy access north and south. There are a few deserted little beaches which can be reached quickly by boat and the little cove due south of us (Trou Vollant) is just a ten minute walk. The kind of families who like to be active and explore usually love to stay in Marigot - kayaking, walking, sailing and snorkelling and a couple of miles south is our amazing St Lucian Marine Park. There's even a dive company (Dive Fair Helen) right here in the bay which does not just diving but snorkelling and kayak tours.
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 December 2013

We stayed for two weeks in this delightful B&B in a traditional 'colonial' style home in beautiful Marigot Bay. For the first few days we had one of the smaller rooms without a patio, but this was no problem, as we were out for much of the time, and when we returned it was nice to take a dip in the small pool then relax in or out of the sun on the pool deck or sit in the huge lounge area next our room taking in the stunning views of the bay. Breakfast, including local fresh fruit and home made bread and granola, was served in this lovely airy lounge and we could spend as much time as we liked there, which we often did to catch up on emails, and to use their well-stocked 'honesty' bar. When we were able we moved into one of the more expensive 'patio' rooms. This was quite timely, as we rushed about so much for the first few days, culminating in the ascent of Gros Piton, that we were quite ready to just flop for a day or two, and we spent a lot of time on our patio, even bringing in bread from the bakery just over the Bay and having a lunch of bread and cheese at our outside table, saving a bit on eating out. It was also possible to order the food to have a barbecue on the pool deck, which we did on a couple of evenings.
The Inn is on the opposite side of the Bay to the road access, but there is a free small ferry to take you across or to one of the restaurants around the bay. The small beach is on the same side as the Inn, just a short walk through the mangroves on a board walk. This is a conservation area, with the largest area of mangroves on the west of the island. The owners, Judith and John Verity are keen on conserving the natural beauty of St Lucia, which is being sadly neglected in some other areas. They have created a nature trail from their garden up to the summit of the ridge behind the house, which rewards you with splendid views from the top, but be warned, it is not for the unfit!
John and Judith have lived in St Lucia for many years, having first come as tourists and fallen in love with Marigot Bay, so they are very knowledgeable about places to go and things to do. They have an arrangement with the tourist office in Oasis holiday village nearby, where we went to organise car hire and some outings, such a taxi share to the Fish Friday at Anse la Raye. We also negotiated a deal with the local sailing and kayak hire place to use their boats whenever we wanted, which we did almost every day, sometimes taking a boat out for most of the day and sailing to a little beach south of Marigot for lunch at the beach-side restaurant. They are always ready with help and advice and, although they run a top class restaurant on site, the award-winning Rainforest Hideaway, they are happy to point you in the direction of alternative eateries. The Rainforest Hideaway is well worth a visit, though, with lovely food and a fantastic, romantic atmosphere.
All-in-all, a wonderful place to stay.

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  • Stayed November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 7 December 2013
These guests, like many of our visitors didn't always want to eat out. Mango Beach Inn is a B&B so we don't offer lunch or dinner, but we are very happy for guests to bring in takeaways and make up their own picnics with bread from the bakery opposite and other things, including salad and fruit, from the supermarket. We can provide plates, knives and forks, napkins and whatever else they need. Guests who are not in patio rooms can use the beautiful Harbour Room for lunch or dinner overlooking the bay and also the gazebo by the pool which has tables and chairs. The barbeque is always available for the use of guests. And for guests who want a wonderful dinner without having to take the ferry can eat at Rainforest Hideaway, our waterfront restaurant which is now in the Trip Advisor Caribbean Top Ten fine dining restaurants!
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Toronto, Canada
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 October 2013

It is a magical secret of St. Lucia Island - Marigot Bay and Mango Beach Inn. B&B offers you a great accommodation, local products breakfast and a kindness and an incredible hospitality of the Hosts. It is a place where you can feel at home and sip an evening champagne with John and Judith or read a book or go up the mountain to a Meditation platform and embrace world around you. Sunbathing and swimming can be done literally off the Inn wooden walkway on the small quaint beach, where once Dr. Doolittle sail on a famous pink snail. Thank you John and Judith for having me, I will definitely be back!

  • Stayed June 2013, travelled solo
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 5 December 2013
We love to have guests like these who like to explore, always up for new experiences and curious to find out out what an island really has to offer. They even discovered some places we didn't know about ourselves - at Mango Beach we often learn about new trails and experiences from our guests!

We found our own piece of Paradise here in Marigot and sharing it with guests is a joyful experience.

Once again, Happy Anniversary to you both and come back soon!
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Richmond, Virginia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 October 2013

We like to be in control when we're on vacation, and not have a bunch of expensive choices made for us. We like the benefit of local knowledge and never feeling like we've been just been taken. And we love authenticity, good food and feeling at home. So for all these reasons, this may just be our best vacation ever. If you are the pampered type, who likes all your plans made for you, room service and staying well with-in your comfort zone (regardless of the cost) - then go to one of the many resorts St. Lucia has to offer.

The Mango Beach Inn is an awesome little B&B right on the most beautiful bay in the Caribbean (according to James Mitchner, at least), run by the nicest and hardest working couple I've ever met at a B&B. They always were friendly, helpful and gracious hosts - interested in our activities, asking what they could do to make our stay more comfortable and, most importantly to me, full of advice (when asked) on where to go, where to eat, what to do, how much things should costs and just about anything else you want to know when on vacation.

Their place, the oldest home in the bay, is very charming with a perfect view of the bay from the breakfast/lounge area. Our room (the Blue Bamboo) was clean and comfortable - although not plush. The mattress was good, the in-room a/c worked well and the plug-in fan they had made the sleeping cool and comfortable. Two chairs, a table and mini-fridge rounded out all our needs. There was also a table and chairs on a little front porch - but when at the B&B, we spent most of our time in our room or up in the lovely breakfast/lounge area. (that's also where the wireless internet access is best) They keep a well stocked, and fairly priced, fridge (beer, wine, soda, water, rum punch, etc) in the area, that you just help yourself to (keeping track, on the honor system, on a sheet of paper). It was convenient to be able to grab a bottle of water before bed or before heading out for the day. (Also, the award-winning rum punch they keep in that fridge is the best you'll have on the island).

The B&B is the perfect place from which to explore the island. The water taxi (free to guests of the inn) is easy to access and always available, the walk down to the beach just takes a few minutes, and if you think you're up for it, there's a serious hiking trail behind the the B&B straight up the mountain with gorgeous views of the Bay.

Everyday we went somewhere different and fun - one day we rented kayaks (at a fair price, pre-negotiated by the B&B) and went to a great little beach just north of the bay to go snorkeling, another day we kayaked to a little beach to the south for more snorkeling (and some drinks on the beach), we signed-up for a sailing trip to the Pitons through the Oasis Hotel next door (Mango Beach has a cooperative relationship with them, so it was easy for us to participate in their activities), we also (at the recommendation of John and Judith at the B&B) rented a car a couple of days to explore other parts of the island (at a substantially lower price if we went by taxi or boat), and a couple other days we visited the sweet pool and swim-up bar at the very plush Discovery Hotel across the bay.

We found it to the be case throughout the island, especially in low season, that many of the very expensive resorts were happy to have you come and take advantage of their facilities - as long as you are a paying customer at their bar, restaurant, beach, etc. On our last day (as we drove to the airport), we stopped in for lunch at The Ladera Hotel, and also feasted our eyes on the absolutely breathtaking view of the Pitons that can be had there.

Speaking of good eating, we will forever be grateful for John and Judith’s dining recommendations. Even though they own the terrific Rain Forest Hideaway restaurant (which we ate at twice, happily), they suggest trying some of the area’s other eateries (which are locally owned and not associated with the major resorts). The three places we ate (Julietta’s, Chateau Mygos and JD’s), on their recommendation, were absolutely delicious (and reasonably priced). Julietta’s coconut shrimp are almost worth the trip to St. Lucia alone (just call ahead to make sure she has them, as they are harvested fresh, daily on the island). We didn’t expect it to be, but this ended up being an eating vacation (as well as a tropical one).

Another good thing about the Mango Beach B&B, and staying in Marigot Bay in general, is that it is centrally located, with all the needed conveniences located right in the bay. There’s a small grocery store, bank (with ATM), and car rental location all at the Marina. It’s an hour drive up to Castries and a 90 minute drive to Soufriere and the Pitons. The rum distillery is also just five minutes away – and worth the trip (who doesn’t love rum as a souvenir?) After each grand day out, it was always nice to “come home” to our B&B, exchange a few nice words with John or Judith, and to really feel at home.

Like every island and vacation destination in the Caribbean, you will always have someone, somewhere trying to sell you something you can’t take back (like conch shell, which we learned at airport, are not allowed off the island), to sell you something at an inflated price, to be your guide, or directing you to one tourist trap or another – any of which can ruin an afternoon, a day, or even a whole trip. So one thing I really appreciated about staying at Mango Beach Inn was John and Judith’s advice on what to do, what to avoid, what something should cost, what to look out for and, in general, what to expect. I’m not sure you would get that kind of advice for some random staff person at one of the big resorts.

Throughout the trip, we’d see bus loads or boat loads of tourists (coming from cruise ships or the big resorts), getting taken in groups from souvenir shop to tourist trap and back, not really in control of their trip, and only seeing what they’re shown – while we, with the helpful advice of hosts, were going to the best spots, avoiding the bad ones, negotiating a fair price, and moving confidently throughout this truly beautiful island.

We came in the low season (second week of October), and we had no idea how low the season was, as every place on the island was a 50% or less occupancy. Almost every meal we had, we were the only, or one of two, tables at the restaurant. For someone who just wanted to spend time alone with his wife on their tenth anniversary, it was almost magical. It also had the practical advantage of never having to worry about reservations, lines, or crowds.

I apologize for the length of the post, but it really was a great vacation, made great in large part by the place we stayed. We’re already planning a return trip – and I know exactly where we’ll be staying!

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  • Stayed October 2013, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Mangobeach, Owner at Mango Beach Inn, responded to this review, 7 December 2013
We feel that the most important part of running a B&B is to get to know what guests really want to do and help them get the information they need so we make it our business to be well informed keep up to date. St Lucia is a beautiful, complex island with a lot of cultural experiences as well as the famous rainforest trails, mountain hikes, hot springs and extensive marine park. But new facilities are being created all the time and even frequently returning guests will usually find new experiences!
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Property: Mango Beach Inn
Address: North Side, Marigot Bay MB2009, St. Lucia
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Region: Caribbean > St. Lucia > Castries Quarter > Marigot Bay
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
Ranked #3 of 7 B&Bs / Inns in Marigot Bay
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:3 star — Mango Beach Inn 3*
Number of rooms: 2
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Historic, rustic, ramshackle inn, on Marigot Bay waterfront. Clean, good plumbing, in "the most beautiful bay in the Caribbean (James Michener)". En-suite bathrooms, AC, TV, fridges, tea & coffee. Breakfast anytime. Stunning harbour views, pool, gazebo, barbecue area, private patios and lush tropical gardens. 1 minute from sandy swimming beach. Shares dock with famous "Rainforest Hideaway" Restaurant. Great choice of restaurants, bars, spas, shopping, sailing, watersports, diving, and nature trails a few minutes walk away. Children welcome, babysitting available. King size beds in both rooms, can convert to singles and add extra child beds. 2 friendly dogs & 2 cats. ... more   less 
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