Creole Cottage Apartment

Most popular facilities

  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Free WiFi
  • Free Parking
  • Airport shuttle
  • Family Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Private Beach Area

Room Feature

  • Air Conditioning
  • Housekeeping
  • Family Rooms
  • Safe
  • Room Service
  • Minibar

Room Type

  • Ocean view
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Suites


Creole Cottage Apartment is a self-catering accommodation located in the Seychelles, which is a beautiful archipelago located in the Indian Ocean. The apartment is located in the La Louise areas, which is the largest and most populated island in the Seychelles .

The Creole Cottage Apartment is a cozy and comfortable accommodation option for travelers looking to explore the Seychelles on a budget. It features one bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom with a shower, a living room with a sofa and a TV, and a fully equipped kitchenette with a stove, fridge, and microwave in creole cottage house plans.

Guests can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains and lush greenery from the apartment's private balcony. The apartment also offers free WiFi and private parking on site.

Here are some key characteristics of a Creole Cottage:

Single-Story: Creole cottages are usually single-story structures. They are known for their simple and compact design, often with a rectangular or square shape.

Raised Foundations: Most Creole cottages have raised foundations, which can help protect the structure from flooding and improve ventilation.

Hipped Roof: Creole cottages typically feature a hipped roof, which slopes down on all sides. The roof is often steeply pitched.

Front Porch or Gallery: Many Creole cottages have a front porch or gallery that extends along the front of the house. This porch provides shade and a place for socializing.

Brick or Wood Construction: Creole cottages are constructed from materials such as brick, wood, or a combination of both. The walls are often stuccoed and painted in bright colors.

French and Spanish Influences: Creole architecture reflects a blend of French and Spanish architectural elements, with some West African and Caribbean influences as well.

Louvered Shutters: Louvered shutters are common on Creole cottage windows. These shutters can be closed to provide shade and protection from storms.

Simple Design: Creole cottages are known for their simplicity and functionality. They were designed to be practical and suited to the hot and humid climate of Louisiana.

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Cuisine Cajun/Creole Open for Lunch • Dinner Ambiance Family friendly • Modern • Romantic Dietary options Vegetarian

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