ST LUCIA RENTED ACCOMADATION

Old Jun 15th 2011, 7:10 pm
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How much is one expected to pay on rental accommodation in a nice area of the island? we are looking for a 6 month rental between November and April perhaps
on one or two bedroom property. Thanking all of you in advance.
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Old Jun 18th 2011, 11:40 am
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Originally Posted by GINGER ROGER View Post
How much is one expected to pay on rental accommodation in a nice area of the island? we are looking for a 6 month rental between November and April perhaps
on one or two bedroom property. Thanking all of you in advance.
Ginger Roger, prices vary so you will have to check with the local letting agencies as to what is available. Prices on the north and the south of the island are in two different brackets, the north being about double the price of the south, but that is where most of the action is.
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Marigot Bay and Rodney Bay - both ex-pat areas around $2-4,000EC for a two bed flat - other areas are a lot cheaper.
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Marigot Bay and Rodney Bay - both ex-pat areas around $2-4,000EC for a two bed flat - other areas are a lot cheaper.
Just to add to this, the two-bed places in the Marina Village in Marigot Bay for long-term rental are USD1,000 per month plus water and elect, year-round.

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Originally Posted by Pistolpete2 View Post
Just to add to this, the two-bed places in the Marina Village in Marigot Bay for long-term rental are USD1,000 per month plus water and elect, year-round.

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If it's overlooking one of the most beautiful bays in the world it can't be that bad. Do you have a view over the bay Pistolpete ?
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If it's overlooking one of the most beautiful bays in the world it can't be that bad. Do you have a view over the bay Pistolpete ?
No on both scores Pg!

These have a nice view but are down in the actual shopping area next to the ferry across the Bay.

We live three miles from Marigot Bay low down behind a small hill to the West (the sun disappears for us at about 5:15pm at this time of year ), but can see Marigot Village from where we are.
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Originally Posted by Pistolpete2 View Post
No on both scores Pg!

These have a nice view but are down in the actual shopping area next to the ferry across the Bay.

We live three miles from Marigot Bay low down behind a small hill to the West (the sun disappears for us at about 5:15pm at this time of year ), but can see Marigot Village from where we are.
I nearly bought one of those fractional ownerships overlooking the bay a few years ago. Loved the view, but opted to buy my own land in the end.
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