The Cerf Island Resort is a small luxury vacation hideaway in the heart of the clear blue seas of the Indian Ocean.
The private mini spa surrounded by Kallis du Pap trees is the perfect place to relax after a tiring day. Guests can also stroll amongst tropical vegetation to the marine reserve viewpoint to experience the benign mix of flora and fauna.
Nestled in the hillside and bordered by a marine nature reserve, Cerf Island Resort is a luxury retreat in the heart of the Indian Ocean. Offering a truly authentic and luxurious Creole experience, the resort is situated within the St. Anne Marine National Park. The city offers a plethora of outdoor activities like diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, fishing and trekking.
NOTE: A gala dinner supplement of 40 Euros per person for stays on 24 December and 31 January 2015 will be charged at booking.
There is a wide choice of fine traditional Creole and international cuisine, a treasure of fresh seafood and local produce.
Cerf Island Resort offers private and luxurious villas that are classified into hillside villas and timber villas. All the villas are equipped with a host of modern amenities and come with a balcony overlooking the beautiful hillside and gardens.
CERF Island Resort Rooms
Tortoise Suite Villa
Timber building with wooden tiled roofs, wooden walls and wooden ceilings. Master bedroom connecting with a lounge, a second bedroom with double or twin bed and balcony each with their own spacious bathroom. Each room have a separate entrance and are connected via the balcony.
Feature a master bedroom with four poster bed and a balcony. A spacious half open air bathroom with double bath and open plan outdoor shower.
Hideaway Villas are the envy of the Hillside Villas. Fantastic secluded locations with private sun gardens. Master bedroom with four poster bed and balcony, a spacious half open air bathroom with large jacuzzi bath and open plan outdoor shower.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Doctor on call
Cerf Island, Seychelles
Mahe International Airport.
Cerf Island was named after the French frigate 'Le Cerf' who arrived at Port Victoria on 1 November 1756.
Due to Cerf Island's location, in the National Marine Park, the waters around Cerf Island prove a spectacular sight. The deepest point of the Marine Park is about 25 meters (75 feet) and the park offers exceptional marine life, with more than 150 species of reef fish, crabs, sea urchins, starfish, octopus and many more.
Cerf is the only island in the marine park to have a small local population who commute to Mahe for their daily business. They live on the opposite side of the island.
The fine dining restaurant has 34 seats, and also a 180 degrees ocean sea view of the entrance of the Marine Park, St Anne Island. The restaurant offers traditional Creole and International cuisine.
Located adjacent to the swimming pool, the pool bar offers a light lunch and afternoon menu, fresh juices and drinks. All pool bar food and drinks can be served on the beach or by the pool upon request.
The second dining restaurant has 44 seats and spectacular views of Mahe island with marine park waters. The restaurant offers Creole and International Cuisine as well.
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.