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Reviewed 16 August 2019

Thanks to Pelican Safari Tour we had a lovely meal at this Hablitation. They were prepared to do a vegetarian meal for two of a party of four, on request - not brilliant but tasty all the same. Fish eaters loved the food on offer
Great setting, which has featured in (at least) two episodes of Death in Paradise - S01 E04 · Missing a Body? and S05 E02 · One for the Road

Date of stay: August 2019
2  Thank JLK2011
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Reviewed 6 August 2019 via mobile

I originally booked a more expensive hotel at the other side of the island and changed to this (I saw a review from a guest on TA from March and that decided if for me!) so pleased I did! The website doesn’t do it justice. We had a lovely room in the main house. Well decorated, with a large terrace and fridge. We also had the cottage at the rear of the property with an outside, covered seating area, kitchen and a small plunge pool. This had two en-suite bedrooms (which wasn’t clear from the website) so was absolutely ok for family or even two couples. Air conditioned throughout. Lovely grounds and swimming pool. The best thing about the property is the restaurant and staff. Absolutely superb food ( we ate here 2/3 nights) and the staff were very efficient and friendly and we managed to get by even though we spoke very little french. I researched a lot of places and also looked at a few when we were here and I still think we made the right choice. Deschaies is a great location with lovely beaches but also cute restaurants and is 20 minutes from the hotel.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank HBirdNevis
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Reviewed 21 April 2019

Habitation du Comte is the type of hotel where one could easily spend a month (or more) ... just sitting on the terrace ... writing a screenplay about a family from a bourgeois American suburb who decides that they've had enough of the rat race and move to an unpretentious Caribbean island where the weather is almost always perfect, the food is sublime, and life is a simple, pure, hedonistic pleasure. Habitation du Comte is a gem ... a true hideaway where one can open the windows, listen to the tree frogs and crowing roosters and rustling palms and imagine that all is well in the world. The food is exquisite, Anthony is a genial and generous host, and the setting will make you ponder why you should return to your quotidian existence. Nearby beaches are magnificent. Such a pity (or maybe not?) that Norwegian Airlines has discontinued nonstop NY-Guadeloupe flights. The secret is out - but now it will be just a bit harder to find. Habitation du Comte is most certainly worth all the effort it takes to find it ...

Date of stay: March 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank heretherenoteverywhe
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Reviewed 26 February 2019

Great old house in the middle of sugar cane fields within two kilometers of Sainte Rose. Breakfasts great.
Restaurant not open Monday or Tuesday so we missed that but nearby suggestions were tops....La Terrasse in Sainte Rose in particular. Easy driving to the Jardin Botanique in Deshaies and wonderful beaches. Eugenie is a great hostess and the pool is superb. Down the hill, there are pigs and roosters and domino player and rhum. All friendly. Drive up the hill and you are in the middle of old Guadeloupe...agrarian, mountains, spectacular.

Date of stay: February 2019
Thank WilliamS2206
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Reviewed 29 January 2019

We spent five nights at The Habitation du Comte and found it immensely relaxing: a fine old Art Deco house on the site of a former sugar plantation, with ruins nearby (but not visitable). A shady garden with mature trees, where the heron hunts, hens pecking about marshalled by an attentive cockerel, and a little channel where fish compete for crumbs in the most charming way. Our room faced north (ideal for us: always shady) and we looked out onto breadfruit trees, vines and an enormous cactus as well as the usual palms etc. We loved it here and the laissez-faire feeling of the place. The pool was inviting. But best of all was the food. Absolutely wonderful, five-star Masterchef stuff, the best food I have ever had in a long and greedy life. The place was easy to find, well signposted from the main road, and between our scraps of French and the staff's soupcons of English there were no communication problems. Go there and eat your heart out!

Room tip: Room 4 is always shady, and looks out onto the garden. The bathroom and toilet are accessed via the private terrace.
Date of stay: January 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Sue L
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