Cotton House Resort
 Rooms, Suites, and Cottages
 by Lynn McKamey (ScubaMom)
Coutinot House with luxury ocean front rooms
Deluxe and luxury accommodations are scattered around the grounds, all with garden views and some with glorious ocean views.  The Coutinot House shown above and below is on a low hill overlooking Endeavor beach and holds 4 luxury rooms and 1 suite, each with unique floor plans. 
Coulinout House with rooms and porches angled in different directions.
The house is designed with rooms and porches rotating around an open entry terrace which holds two lilly ponds.  All have views of the bay, beach, and sunsets. 
Bedroom in the Coutinot House.Each room in the Coutinot House has a King four poster bed veiled with mosquito netting, not needed since the rooms are air conditioned.  Fabrics are cotton, of course, and tapestry curtains frame wide french doors and porches.  Large shaded verandahs provide comfortable lounge chairs with ottomans for stretching out and lazily enjoying the surroundings.  Bathroom complexes have oversized soaking tubs and separate dressing areas.  One of the Coutinot rooms also has a living room, others have a sitting area within or large entry with a writing desk. 

Across the vast lawn, the resort has 4 Deluxe Suites in the Petite Cotton House, each with a large bedroom, living room, a full and half bath, plus porch or patio.  Upper suites have a view of the north side of Mustique; lower ones look out over gardens and a palm forest.  These accommodations are perfect for small families or couples desiring extra space. 

Three pool cottages, each containing one room, are actually along the sidewalk to the pool area and have scenic overviews of gardens and a glimpse of the ocean.  Each has a king or twin beds, a large bathroom, and wide covered porch. 

Cottages along the walk to the pool
Eight Deluxe Rooms are in two large mansions on the northwest side of the estate.  One overlooks the Sugar Mill and the center of the grounds, the other has views of the gardens and ocean.  These large bedrooms have two private porches or terraces.  Some have king beds, others have twins.  The entry to each room includes a spacious dressing area and door to a bathroom featuring a deep soaking tub. 
Cotton House bedroom with twin beds
All the accommodations have a mini-refrigerator full of soft drinks & bottled water, telephones, CD players, a full set of  bathroom toiletries, plus hairdryers.  All rooms are air-conditioned, but also offer the option of opening the French doors for soft breezes to cool the room instead. Upon arrival, a chambermaid will unpack and press your clothes if desired. 

Guests will also be delighted with Cotton House's unique "pillow menu" that offers an array of types - simply check off your favorite kind of pillows and leave the menu on the bed when you go to dinner the first night, and they will magically appear while you are gone.

We could be quite comfortable in any of the rooms or suites - all have gorgeous views, luxury furnishings, and a unique airy spaciousness. 

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