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Denis Island, Seychelles

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A castaway island, totally surrounded by stunning soft white beaches and turquoise waters, offering excellent accommodation and the very best in friendly hospitality.

Stretched along the beach on north-western tip of the island, each nestling in its lush surrounds and separated from each other by gardens and hedges, our 25 Cottages are well appointed with generously proportioned, open living spaces, offering unpretentious comfort with the talcum-soft beaches just steps away.

The luxury of open-air bathrooms and al-fresco showers of private garden courtyards.
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Important Notice - Swimming Pool Closure: Please note we have received notification on 20th February from Denis Island as follows:

Further to their last notification that ongoing maintenance works would be completed by the end of February on the swimming pool at Denis Private Island we have been advised this morning by the management of Denis Private Island that as a result of an Act of God and Force Majeure, that the hotel swimming pool has been damaged beyond repair and consequently impossible for use and enjoyment by guests.

The cause being erosion brought about by unpredictable and unseasonal tidal surges.

The area where the pool stood will be rehabilitated and landscaped with no disturbance and inconvenience to house guests. Moreover, there are no guests safety concerns.

**The resort regrets that this catastrophic event is unforeseen and irrepairable and is beyond the hotel's control.

Denis Private Island continues to offer unrivalled swimmable beaches.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call us.



Denis Island is a coralline island and is situated ninety-five kilometres north of Mahe at three degrees South of the equator. The Island is at the edge of the Seychelles Bank which plunges 2000 metres down into the deep abyss of the Indian ocean.

The Island is named after Denis de Torbriand, who landed there in 1773 from he French vessel L’Etoile to find it covered in a profusion of sea birds, giant tortoise, turtle and “sea cows” now extinct. Somewhere on the island is buried a bottle containing the Act of possession, claiming the island in the name of the King of France. This historical treasure still awaits discovery.

Guarded in large part by coral reefs, this has created a natural lagoon, which washes an almost continuous startlingly white sandy beach. Denis also boats a spectacular lighthouse built in 1908 and the only ecumenical chapel in the entire Seychelles Archipelago.

Geography of Denis Island

With is crescent shape, Denis Island is a fertile coral island due to the accumulation over years of guano deposits. The island has a land area of 375 acres. It is 1300 metres at its longest point and 1750 metres at its widest point it takes between one and a half to two and a half hours to walk around the island.

The Denis island airstrip is 900 metres long running south East to North East and serves the island width wise.

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