Exclusivity, Privacy & Absolute Luxury

    Welcome to Jastam House

    Located in the West of Mahé and a 20-minute drive away from the Capital, Jastam House is carved out of the pristine beachfront of the unspoilt land of Anse Barbarons. Jastam House, named so using the acronym of the family members, is privately tucked away onto 8 acres of its own garden of Eden affording complete exclusivity, privacy, and absolute luxury. Completed in 2002, it offers a classical neo-creole-colonial style home, built around a spectacular central patio with a 12-metre high roof, dotted with a unique and eclectic collection of oceanic art and colonial furniture. Existing endemic trees and plants were preserved whilst a network of paths and walkways were designed to enable discovery walks of its mesmerising gardens.

    The secluded property offers a Main Residence with three ensuite bedrooms each with its own unique identity, a formal living area, and a fully stocked bar, an entertainment area with a billiard table, a library with a collection of unique reads, contemporary and fully equipped kitchen with its very own private chef and a dining room fit to host up to 12 family and friends.

    Hidden in the lush vegetation, lies an additional three independent generously sized ensuite villas, a fully equipped gym, and a large private pool with an outdoor area. The exquisite 600m white powder beach offers remarkable sunsets and morning swims and a breath taking outlook of the bay with direct access from the property. a personal butler, concierge services as well as a full team of staff are on hand to look after your every need. Indulge in a private massage or yoga session or simply relax with a beautiful bottle of your favourite wine from our private cellar.


    Jastam Experience

    Discover our wonderful facilities & services we have to offer.

    • Private Chef

    • Wi-Fi

    • Villa Hosts

    • Private Gym

    • Housekeeping

    • Spa

    • Gardeners

    • Private Beach

    • Private Pool

    • Pilates & Yoga

    • Boat & Fishing

    • Wine Cellar


    About Seychelles

    A small island nation set 4 degrees South of the Equator and 1000 miles East of the African Coast and spread over 1 million square kilometers of the Western Indian Ocean; the Seychelles is truly a wonder.

    The endless beauty of its white sandy beaches to its crystal-clear warm turquoise waters offset by the backrdrop of its luscious landscape and adundant nature, makes this destination utterly unique. The rich culture and charm lie in its colourful history of the first colonialists from France & England as well as the first settlers from all sides of the idian Ocean.

    Made up of 115 granitic and coraline islands, with 42 of those considered to be the oldest mid-oceanic granite islands on earth. Three main islands, Mahè, Praslin and La Dique are inhabited by a population of 98,000 people as well as home to one of the largest seeds in the world, the Coco-De-Mer.

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