• Astove Coral House, Seychelles

About Astove Coral House

Astove Atoll is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the Seychelles and is the picture postcard home of Astove Coral House. Previously uninhabited since 1969, this island makes for a truly wild experience with the privilege of being settled in a pristine and virtually untouched landscape. Guests searching for an off the beaten path experience and the ultimate in peace and tranquillity will surely find it between the rugged limestone rocks, rising dunes, white sandy beaches and turquoise waters of Astove Atoll.

The recently renovated, comfortable rooms surround a central grass covered courtyard with a style which reflects the natural world, creating a sense of sanctuary from within and without.

House Details


Astove Coral House has been designed to evoke a sense of style and comfort in nature. Calm natural hues reflect the serene surroundings, whilst king-sized beds with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning provide a good level of comfort.


The setting is a prime location, with rooms close to a stunning white beach. This remote location easily feels like your own desert island, here you can enjoy one of the most secluded experiences in all of the Seychelles. The island features a rugged and dramatic landscape with crystal clear waters lapping at limestone rocks and white sandy dunes.

Accommodation & Facilities

The rooms have been recently renovated and include all the amenities you may need. There is rigorous attention to detail and with a king-sized bed, a garden view, air-conditioning, beach towels, amenities from L’Occitane en Provence and a laundry service available you’ll be well equipped here.


At Astove Coral House you can choose to dine either indoors or outdoors. The menu usually comprises of an English breakfast in the morning, a buffet lunch or packed picnic lunch to enjoy on your travels around the island and a buffet-style dinner served in the evening. Cuisine is locally inspired by the Seychellois Creole-style with key ingredient being freshly caught fish. Guests can also enjoy sundowners most evenings at a beautiful spot on the beach.


With the abundant marine life around these atolls, the diving around Astove Atoll is some of the best in the world. There is also the 5-metre-long ‘Astove wall’, covered with a forest of gorgonian fans and colourful soft corals that extends down to great depths. The large marine turtle population means that there are countless turtles, both green and hawksbill. The marine life here can also be quite inquisitive as their remote location means they have had little interaction with scuba divers before.

Child Policy

The coral house rooms are designed for two adults.

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