Pure Villa immediately impresses with a lavish theme of white, white and more stunning white. Brought together with furnishings both modern-chic and antique, six-bedroom Pure Villa is well balanced by its open views of rolling terraced lawns and a stretch of lush tropical vegetation that lies seemingly untouched between the villa grounds and the horizon. The villa’s gardens, scattered with frangipani trees, are large enough for a round of golf and certainly suited to wedding celebrations.

Pool parties could also be on the cards, with a huge swimming pool (15x5m) stretching perpendicular to the villa. Cool and comfortable daybeds set within a pavilion, shaded by a full-length pergola roof, at the pool’s far end make relaxation de rigeur, while a massage area invites guests in for a relaxing treatment.

Grand sophistication runs throughout Pure’s two pavilions, which are separated by a garden of coconut palms. The semi-open-plan dining and living area is kept cool by a sea breeze. Here, lime-washed daybeds face each other to inspire lounging, chatting (TV’s are kept to the bedrooms) and browsing through a selection of architectural and modern living magazines, while a spacious open kitchen allows guests to view the in-house chef working his magic before experiencing silver-service dining at the huge one-piece teak wood table.

The team of staff is incredibly well mannered and don’t miss a beat, ensuring every mood is embraced and every guest feels truly spoilt.