Luxury Retreat at Anguilla's Nevaeh Villa

Nevaeah Villa, Anguilla

Presented by Leviticus LIfestyle & Travel, Nevaeh (or heaven spelled backwards) is a private villa located on Anguilla's West End. The villa is set on one acre of landscaped gardens that terrace down to a secluded beach. The gardens center around an infinity pool, which is enhanced after dark with oversize lanterns and spotlights. 

A golf simulator is just one of Nevaeh's high-tech offerings: there's also an Astroturf tennis court that doubles as a basketball court, a Techno Gym, and access to sea scooters, stand-up paddle boards, beach volleyball and kayaks. Inside the villa, there's a 9-seat movie theater with surround-sound and a media room equipped with a 70-inch-screen TV. 

Summer rates (in effect April 23 - December 15) begin at $5,980 a night for five rooms, $7,590 for eight rooms including chef, butler and concierge service. During Christmas/New Year, the minimum stay is 14 nights with eight rooms at a cost of $172,500 per week.

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Leveticus Lifestyle & Travel is a Lifestyle Management and Concierge service specializing in luxury villa rentals, charter rentals, for private jets and yachts, family and corporate events. The company is based in Anguilla but operates globally through a private network of regional experts. Its current Anguilla profile includes 12 of the islands newest and most-in-demand villas and states. The company also represents a total of 159+ villas on neighboring St. Barts, all with 24-hour concierge services for travel, dining, and special private events. Each villa and estate is exclusively rented and managed by the Leviticus President, Kenroy Herbert. 



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