Dunton Destinations, a collection of secluded, unique resorts and homes situated in venerably scenic locations, announces the addition of Pangolin to its portfolio of exclusive retreats. The newly renovated plantation-style villa offers one of Mustique’s most sought-after locations atop Rutland Hill, overlooking Macaroni Beach, and showcasing breathtaking views across the ocean and main island. On an island built largely on European exclusivity and secrecy, Dunton Pangolin offers a new way to experience the storied enclave that has for decades been the desired getaway for royals and A-listers all over the world.
Spanning 20 acres, Pangolin is the largest estate on the island of Mustique that can be rented and was recently remodeled by renowned architect Annabelle Selldorf. The villa features 8-en-suite bedrooms, an indoor living room, dining room, TV room, and library, as well as an open-air yoga pavilion (580 sqft) and extensive outdoor seating areas around the pool and sundeck.
Each room boasts bright yet sophisticated color palettes complimented by magnificent views of the ocean and lush vegetation that surrounds the estate. There are plenty of different places around the property to relax and enjoy the tranquil sounds of nature or the crashing waves down below; from hammocks in the trees to lounge chairs by the pool or one of the various seating areas located on one of the villa’s many decks conveniently arranged for unobstructed views. Inside, many of the bedroom linens and furniture feature bright colors and bold prints while simultaneously maintaining an airy, island feel.
Unique objects and artifacts are placed throughout the home, adding a sense of warmth and hominess to the space. Given the villa’s pristine location, the property has been designed to seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living. Like other Dunton properties, the hilltop retreat also features an impressive collection of art, which includes works by Marc Quinn and David Zink Yi, among others.
For more information on the property and rates, visit the Dunton Destinations website.
Photography courtesy of Dunton Destinations.
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