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Your Tailor-made Holiday

We at Seyvillas want your Seychelles holiday to be an unforgettable experience. Therefore, we will be more than happy to advise you and to help you create your very own tailor-made dream holiday package.

Luxury does not have to be expensive! Choose your island and accomodation, and we will arrange your island hopping experience to fit any budget.

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    • ★★☆☆☆Johannes Haanen23.08.2017 14:56

    • The service received from Seyvillas was perfect. The apartment Oceane Self Catering La Digue was not!! Most of the inside of the family apartment was ok; good airco, big beds, enough storage room, big bathroom. There were about 30 (!!) cushions stored in the apartment. When we let the water out of the big bathtub the water leaked all over the floor. Shower was very good. The kitchen was outside and it was a disaster. Mold was all over the cutlery and inside the cabinets. The water cooker leaked water, the coffee machine looked dirty, there was a tiny fridge/minibar (later we discovered that there was another one inside which we didn't know of), the can opener didn't work. This kitchen was absolutely not suitable for self catering (if fact I think it was dangerous, we didn't want to get food poisoning) en got our food at the take-away restaurant every day. We told the owner(?) got another water cooker and can opener but nothing was cleaned. Also around the whole complex it was a mess (so much stuff on a very small terrain), nothing like the idyllic photo's and they where making some new building. The last day there was another woman present which was very friendly and helpfull en let us take a shower although we already checked out. We would not book this accommodation again.
    • ★★★★★rob milofsky20.08.2017 17:24

    • Our accommodations were fantastic! Each villa/apartment was EXACTLY as described. The booking process with SeyVillas was simple, fast and the communications superb. We felt like we received personal treatment from the moment we exited the airport in Mahe with a representative waiting for us at each transfer point. Really enjoyed our time on Praslin, La Digue and Cerf Island. We highly recommend using SeyVillas to book a vacation to these stunning islands. Breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches, friendly people and warm clear waters. Self-catering accommodations allowed us to eat in or out whenever we pleased - perfect way to relax.
    • ★★★★★Godfrey Dack22.07.2017 15:57

    • We have recently returned from an eleven day trip to the Seychelles, island hopping; Mahe, Praslin, and La Digue, stopping in small B&B guest houses.

      The Beach House on Mahe is situated at the northern end of Beau Vallon bay. Our impression on arriving was slightly disappointing as it was situated right on the land-side of the main road which goes around the north part of the island. However, as we settled in, we found the accommodation absolutely fine, with the staff exceptionally helpful and friendly. After dodging the traffic, we found the beach in front of the guest house really picturesque and relaxing. The Beach House was far enough away from the main part of Beau Vallon to avoid the main boom-box circuit (!) but near enough to access a selection of local eating places. We used the sand-floored Baobab pizzeria a lot for it's speedy service of simple, reasonably priced food. Driving is good (except for Victoria!) and relatively cheap on the island so we hired a car for a day to explore the south coast.

      After a slightly choppy transfer on the Cat Cocos ferry to Praslin we ended up at the Cote d'Or Chalets on Anse Volbert. This was a real find – superb, quiet, top-class and spacious accommodation, yards from one of the best beaches on the island. The chalets had fully equipped kitchens so we used the two nearby mini markets to provide us with a good range of supplies so we could go self-catering on Praslin. (There are no private beaches on the Seychelles, so far as I know, and we derived great satisfaction from mingling, on the nearest beach, with the clientele of some of the supposed top-class hotels knowing we had paid a fraction of the price for our brilliant chalet accommodation!). Marie-May, the assistant manager at the chalets was really helpful and friendly.

      Next on to La Digue. The Bamboo Chalets (we were in the slightly larger de-luxe chalets) were in a very peaceful tropical garden, only five minutes walk from the harbour and, like all the accommodation we used, was immaculately clean and spacious. We found a spectacular beach (just before the Union Estate), ten minutes walk away from the chalet, which we had to ourselves. We also hired bikes for a day, though ended up preferring to walk! In some ways it was sad to see the demise of the ox-carts and the rise of the golf-buggies (and mobile phones!) but such is life. We had take-aways a couple of nights which were cheap & cheerful but finished off with a meal at Le Repaire – expensive but top-class service.

      Lastly I have to say that throughout the trip the 'included' breakfasts were all really good!

      In conclusion, just a few points:

      1. We set of with the intention of enjoying the Seychelles on a limited budget. If you are careful, although the Seychelles is not a cheap country - practically everything has to be imported - you don't need a fortune in spending money. We used £350 spending money for our time on the islands, although we did self-cater a bit and use take-aways occasionally. Don't rely on the internet for advance pricing – Creole buffet at 'The Boat House' in Beau Vallon on the net was advertised as 125scr, but was actually 450scr pp. Also, ask the locals if the tap water is ok – it was on Praslin.
      2. Transfers were prompt but very silent! A little chat about the journey would have been nice especially in view of their cost!!
      3. Although we live in England as you know we used Seyvillas, a German travel agent who were superb. We were impressed by your efficiency and complete transparency in your dealings. Your website must be the most complete and comprehensive guide on the net to the Seychelles. Great! However I wish we could say the same about the ground handling agents Creole Travel Services (who have also been local agents on one of my previous visits). Their rep couldn't be bothered to even contact us on Mahe and when I asked the reps on the other islands if they could do something about the seven hour scheduled wait in the Seychelles airport at the start of our return journey, they seemed completely disinterested and in the end we were in fact just dumped at the airport door, (on previous trips I had been taken to nearby hotels, etc to wait in more pleasant surroundings). It was even more galling to note that the other alternative ground-agent, Masons, seemed to take much more interest in catering for their clients. This was not a busy time for Creole and I just think they need to sharpen their act up. For many people this would be the trip of a lifetime and, in contrast to the immigration officials at the airport who were very welcoming, Creole seemed rather complacent in their attitude.
      4 We travelled in late June when Praslin and La Digue were very sparsely populated with other tourists! Don't know why but we liked it!!

      Thank you Seyvillas for a brilliant holiday!
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