Selected non-motorised watersports, PADI dive school*, spa*, yoga, nature walks, birdwatching, Organic Farm Emerald*, Chocolate Laboratory*, private helipad*, mountain bikes*, Wi-Fi
Restaurants & bars
The Treehouse is open for breakfast and dinner and this unique restaurant is made up of two open-air treehouses overlooking the ocean. Enjoy Tropical World Cuisine with favourites such as mahi mahi with ginger root sauce. Vegans and healthy eaters are well catered for at Emerald's at the Piti Piton Lounge which offers a menu of vegan food showcasing organic produce from the resort’s farm in the Soufrière hills. Dinner is served six nights a week and melt-in-the-mouth dishes include apple curry and crispy rain forest calabza gnocchi. For lunch head to Trou au Diable on the beachfront and enjoy appetisers, salads, sandwiches, burgers and Caribbean and Creole specialities while in the evening you can choose from the 'Aspara' Indian-themed menu – a fusion of East Indian and Caribbean cuisine. Every Tuesday the restaurant hosts a Caribbean culinary evening. Light grilled dishes are served at the water’s edge at the casual Trou au Diable Beach Grill six nights a week while the Jungle Beach Bar & Grill offers a casual setting for lunch on Anse Mamin Beach.
Spa & wellness
Two silver-sand beaches - Anse Chastanet and Anse Mamin.
Anse Chastanet and neighbouring Jade Mountain place great emphasis on the importance of sustainability. In the rooms, local woods including mahogany and teak have been used to create the beautifully authentic furniture, while madras – colourful cottons known as the island’s ‘national cloth’ – have been selected for the bedspreads and cushions. Local farmers and seasonality are eagerly supported, and chef Allen Susser takes guests on regular tours around the 36-acre organic plot Emerald Farm. Aubergines, pumpkins, mangoes, cocoa and numerous types of herbs are examples of the locally grown produce you’ll find on the surrounding 600-acre estate.
*Denotes local charge