Chaney d'eau (pronounced 'chay-ne-do') is a large custom-built waterfront rental house located on Placencia Harbor in Belize. Sleeps 12. Available for weekly and monthly rentals.
This family-size waterfront rental house on the harbor features three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a large fully-equipped kitchen with a refrigerator and gas stove. The kitchen opens into the Lanai (Great Room) with high ceilings and a spiral staircase leading up to third floor glass-enclosed Arriba and observation deck. The Bay side of the house features a relaxing wrap-around veranda.
Throughout the house you'll find a variety of creative architectural details and local materials, including a spiral entrance ramp, an outdoor 'private garden' shower, and a Mangrove tree growing through the roofline of the Veranda.
Waterfront rental house: Located on a small island within the Placencia Harbor, Chaney d'eau includes a private lagoon-side beach and a paddle boat for short trips across the channel to the village. For other outings off the private island, we can make arrangements before your arrival for water taxi service.
If arriving by yacht, you can drop anchor in the Placencia Harbor. Smaller boats can tie off in the canal directly behind the house.
Welcome to Chaney d'eau!
Property Type: Waterfront Rental House, Sleeps 12
Location: Placencia, Belize
Bedrooms: 3 bedrooms (master bedroom sleeps 2, other two bedrooms sleep up to 3 each)
Bathrooms: 2 full bathrooms, plus a half bathroom
Rooms: Kitchen includes full-size refrigerator, stove, and kitchenware; Lanai/Great Room (sleeps two on twin-size studio sofas); 3 bedrooms with extra bed linens; 2 full bathrooms plus powder room; outdoor 'private garden' shower; third-floor glass-enclosed Arriba (sleeps two on built-in banquettes with memory foam mattresses); ground-floor utility room area with washer and dryer.
Year Built: 2005
Water-Only Access: Initial arrival and departure between Chaney d'eau and the Placencia Air Strip are included in rental house rate. Property includes a small paddle boat.
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