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Laura French seeks out one-of-a-kind holiday homes from across the world for clients after a stay with a difference


p travelweekly.co.uk


rivacy, seclusion and the chance to spend quality time with people you might not have seen in more than a year – it’s not hard to see why demand for villa holidays is soaring.


From beachside properties to rural retreats, whatever style of holiday home your clients have in mind, you’ll find something that fits the bill. But where should you suggest for those who want to go beyond the bog-standard and make up for lost time with a standout property and location they’ll remember for years to come? Here we’ve rounded up some of the most


unusual properties from across the globe, from a 14th-century castle to a music-themed villa, an Elizabethan manor to a contemporary Cabo casa, and everything in between.


thevillacollection.com 29 APRIL 2021


DESTINATIONS UNUSUAL STAYS | VILLA HOLIDAYS


BEST FOR . . . MUSIC LOVERS Cocosan Villa at Geejam Hotel, Jamaica For clients into their music – and with cash to splash – it’s hard to beat this six-bedroom pad in Jamaica, where USPs include regular band performances and access to Geejam Studios, a recording studio where Gwen Stefani and No Doubt both recorded albums. It’s part of Geejam Hotel, which has its own private beach, six bedrooms, a pool, gym, sauna, hot tub and pool table, plus a team of chefs and housekeepers on hand to serve meals on the alfresco terrace. Close to the resort, Frenchman’s Cove offers an Insta-worthy beach flanked by mango trees, alongside the historic town of Port Antonio, known for its reggae bars. Book it: A week costs from £2,457 per person based on 12 sharing.


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