Champagne Cottage
Your luxury lifestyle retreat for long or short term rental
on the beautiful Caribbean island of Saba.
Call Saba (+599) 416-2777 USA (+1) 631-604-4435 for details

The House & Island

Champagne Cottage - The House

The house layout includes:-

Main House

  • (2 bedrooms) - Master Bedroom - with king size bed + private bath with tub + separate walk in stall shower.
  • Guest Bedroom - with queen size bed + private bath with shower + separate entrance from the rest of the house.

Your Guest House

  • 1 bedroom with 2 single beds that can be converted into a king size bed + small bath with shower, sink and toilet.

Your amenities include:-

  • Ceiling fans throughout the two houses (No Air-Conditioning)
  • Main House - Large open Sun-Room / Living Room / Dining Area / Kitchen... all with vaulted wooden ceilings and original yellow, pine wood floors.
  • Full Kitchen: Wolf electric oven + 5 hob gas range + extractor + Frigidaire double door refrigerator and freezer + separate Sub-Zero freezer drawers and refrigerator. Microwave + Full set of Le Creuset Cookware. (no dishwasher)
  • Stereo + Internet + WiFi
  • Screens on all the windows and most doors
  • Laundry service upon request, at additional cost (No washer or dryer)
  • Napoleon outside grill - SDMO Diesel

Please note that the House is also for Sale.

Bedroom Main house
Island view Location on Saba

The Island of Saba

About the neighbourhood

Saba is a unique and gorgeous island. Unlike any other Caribbean island Saba is not a tourist trap. Saba is safe and friendly, and that makes it really exclusive.

We have one great road and about 2,000 people (400 of which are medical students at the Saba University Medical School).

Saba is known worldwide for its diving and hiking. The island is very hilly, so if you like to walk you'll certainly get your exercise.

Fine restaurants. Good grocery stores. Top hotels.
Windwardside Village is really the hub of activity even while 'The Bottom' is the capital of Saba. And if you just want to relax and do nothing, you can! It's a perfect place to slow down and release any pressure or stress you might be holding inside.

Getting around

You can walk all over the island and, people will stop and ask if you would like a ride. They mean it. It's safe. People are glad to take you to where you're going. That's real Saban hospitality. You can also hire taxis to get around and even take an island tour or rent a car. There's lots to see.

How to get there

You'll fly into St. Maarten/St. Martin and then fly to Saba on Winair. It's about 15 minutes and worth the trip, for the surprising beauty and memorable views. (There are two or three flights to Saba each day. They do not fly at night, and the last plane to Saba is around 5:05 pm.).
If you come by boat, it is a 90 minute ride. ( Book Dawn II or The Edge). The seas can be rough. So if you're not a good sailor we recommend Winair.