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Welcome to Cerf Island Resort

Cerf Island Resort

On Cerf Island in the Seychelles, you will find no roads. You will find the Cerf Island Resort on the north-west corner of the island, along with a few private residences and holiday homes. The entire island measures 1 mile long and less than 1 mile wide, providing the perfect atmosphere for anyone looking for a discreet, private hideaway. The Cerf Island Resort is a boutique resort with 24 lovely villas designed and built to be one with nature. Resort owners want their property to immerse guests in an entirely Creole experience as well. From furnishings to décor to the food, the experience at the Cerf Island Resort is unlike anything else in the country.

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All 24 villas have been designed with distinctive island features that create a perfect and harmonious balance between the secluded natural environment and a desire for peace and relaxation. Wood and rattan create a warm and inviting environment enhanced by beautiful white linens and subtle colours on the walls and window treatments. Local trees, flowers, and wildlife further improve the experience for every guest.

Guests can choose from among Hillside Villas, Hideaway Villas, and Tortoise Suites. Each offers a beautiful view of the water and local flora and fauna. If communing with nature is important to you, this is a resort you do not want to miss. The traditional Seychellois architecture makes sure of that.

Accommodations include en suite bathroom with separate tub and shower, jetted spa tub, bathrobes and slippers, hair dryer, designer toiletries, flat screen TV with cable service, DVD player, Wi-Fi (surcharge), desk, minibar, free bottled water, coffee and tea maker, and furnished balcony or patio.


Bar / Lounge, Restaurant(s), Spa, Swimming Pool (Outdoor), Tennis Courts


Air Conditioning, In-Room Safe


As a small, boutique hotel, the Cerf Island Resort does not offer half a dozen restaurant options as you might find at other larger resorts. However, the two they do offer are spectacular. Your choices for dining are as follows:

1756 – The 1756 restaurant was named to commemorate the year the French first arrived on Mahe. This is the restaurant's main dining facility offering a complimentary breakfast from 7.30am to 10am. The restaurant also serves lunch and dinner. Lunch and dinner menus offer a combination of traditional Creole and international dishes, combining great food with fine dining and excellent views of the ocean.

• Zepis – This casual restaurant overlooks the ocean and offers international cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant also includes one of the resort's two bars.

• In-Room Dining – The resort offers in-room dining daily from 7am through until 11.30pm. The menu consists of light meals, sandwiches, soups, and salads. Some items may be limited at certain times of the day.

• Beach Dining – For something completely different, parties of up to four can arrange for private beach dining on the resort property. A private table will be set up for guests who will choose from among a selection of Creole and international menu items. This is the perfect option for a romantic dinner for two under the stars.

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