Cocotier Guesthouse

Accommodation
From
19,27 €
  • Hébergement
  • Coucher de soleil
  • Plage
  • Bienvenue au gîte Cocotier
  • Coucher de soleil
  • Pointe Mouli
  • Coucher de soleil
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Want to discover Ouvéa? White sand beaches and turquoise waters? Marie-Louise welcomes you in his cottage in front of the sublime beach of Mouli.
Different accommodations are available: you can sleep in straw hut, bungalow or simply tent on the camping area which is located on the beach. Sheets are provided but not towels.
Marie-Louise also offers several services in addition to the night: breakfast, lunch, lobster meal, coconut crab meal, sandwiches and children's menu but also activities such as hiking, tour of the island by vehicle.
The meals prepared by Marie-Louise are always made with local products. Simple, hearty and tasty dishes that will be offered for lunch and dinner but only by reservation!
On the evenings, since the beach of Mouli, you will attend the most beautiful sunsets of Ouvéa...
Regarding payment terms: Only cash is accepted.
The cottage does NOT provide transfers from the aerodrome.
If you need to book a shuttle to bring you to the cottage, thank you to contact directly Maurice +687 80.31.92 to check availability according to your arrival times and at what rate.
 
The cottage does not offer wifi or hot water.

Our prices From

Pitch for a Tent 1 to 6 people19,27 €

"La Paillote" hut - 1 to 2 people (Belle Vue or Sei)46,63 €

The Niu Hut - 1 to 3 people46,63 €

The Fare - 1 to 8 people61,59 €

The Bungalow -1 to 6 people87,11 €

Languages - french
Services - Tourist information - Table d'hôtes
Comfort - Non-smoking rooms - Child's bed
Equipment - Garden
- Cash

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Bp 127 - Mouli 98814 Ouvéa - -
Bp 127 - Mouli Ouvéa, 98814,

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