Matemwe Retreat

Details

Details of Matemwe Retreat

Matemwe Retreat consists of four self-contained, private villas, each with uninterrupted views of the turquoise Indian Ocean. The villas have been designed to cater for those looking for pure escapism and total privacy, as they feature in- house dining and private butler service.

Number of villas: 4

The ground floor of each villa features a private bar area, an air conditioned bedroom and a bathroom with double basins, shower and a large oversized bathtub looking out towards the ocean.

A spacious veranda equipped with a comfortable couch and large hammock provides the perfect spot to unwind and watch the fishing dhows returning from their day at sea. The private roof terrace hosts a plunge pool complete with both sun and shade decks. The villa is situated above a small beach which is shared by all 4 villas.

FACILITIES AND RULES:

  • Children: above 12 years
  • No triples available
  • Not suitable for disabled guests
  • Distance between villaes: 20-25 meters
  • Private plunge pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Personal bar
  • Massage & treatments available
  • In-room lockable box
  • Hair dryer
  • Laundry service
  • Internet

ACTIVITIES

  • Reef walk
  • Village visit
  • Diving: at extra charge
  • Snorkelling: at extra charge

Short Overview

Combining the spirit of Zanzibar with the highest standards of luxury, Matemwe Retreat’s secluded villas are considered the most exclusive choice of accommodation on this exotic island.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • HoneymoonHoneymoon
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • Small LodgeSmall Lodge
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling
  • SpaSpa

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