The Villa

 

Set on half an acre of landscaped gardens with
35 metres of private beach frontage on the calming waters of Segond Channel.

 

This fully self-contained villa provides all of the modern conveniences you would expect from a beachfront hideaway.  

 

Aoredise is a two bedroom villa that comfortably sleeps up to six guests. Cater for your own meals with the fully equipped kitchen and BBQ or take an easy 10 minute stroll to the restaurant at Aore Resort.

At a glance:

  • Two bedrooms (1 x Queen Bed, 2 x Double Bunks)

  • Kitchen with 340 litre fridge/freezer, 4-burner gas stove/oven, island bench and coffee plunger

  • Lounge room with 40 inch TV, DVD/CD player

  • Large 10m * 3m front deck overlooking the water with dining table, out-door setting & hammocks

  • Two Bathrooms with hot and cold water and front-load washing machine

  • Ceiling fans in bedrooms, lounge and front deck

  • Insect screens on all windows and doors

  • Outdoor shower

  • Powered by a solar system that converts the sun to 240V power

The Nakamal

 

We love our new Nakamal (bislama for "meeting place"). Similar to a Bali Hut, it is right near the water with great ourdoor chairs for your comfort while you relax and enjoy the view.

 

There is also a large table, seats and BBQ bench made from the timber from a large tree we cut down when building the house.

 

Plus a 4-burner hooded BBQ ideal for cooking up tasty meal of Santo Steaks or local fish.

 

The Nakamal is the perfect spot at any time of day - enjoy the shade and cooling breezes during the day, or sit back, relax and watch the lights of Luganville glisten on the water  at night.

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The Beach

 

Pristine white sand and the calming waters of Segond Channel are just a few steps from your front door.

 

These unspoilt waters are a haven for many species of tropical fish and beautiful corals.  Keep an eye out for Dugongs feeding on the sea-grass.

Swim, snorkel or enjoy a paddle on the kayak or the paddle boards right from your own private beach. 

 

There is only a slight current as the tide goes in and out so it is safe to swim right out front. But as always please supervise small children and poor swimmers.