Food on Farm Peace and Love
Both the cottage and the guest suite have fully equipped kitchen (included Italian-style espresso machine) that allow guests to be self-sufficient.
Since Farm Peace & Love is located on the north side of the island, we want to offer our guests some independence and let them choose where they will eat each day. Both the cottage and the guest suite have fully equipped kitchen (included Italian-style espresso machine) that allow guests to be self-sufficient.
When guests arrive, they will find the kitchen fully stocked with foods for preparing breakfast (tea, coffee, milk, fresh coconut bread, organic jams and jellies produced on the farm, eggs, salt, sugar and oil). Guests will receive products that are produced on the farm, as available, but other items for cooking must be restocked from the village shops
There are several shops in the village where basic foods can be purchased (feel free to bring your own food if you have any alimentary restrictions or special needs), and there are several small restaurants where you can try the island cooking. Olive oil and coffee blend for “espresso” are not available in the island shops but can be purchased at Farm Peace & Love. For the daily shopping, our guests can take advantage of boat rides to the village, when available.
There is no restaurant at Farm Peace & Love. Occasionally, Paola will cook dinner, as a option for guests when reserved one day in advance. She prepares tasty homemade Italian food dinners, using the organic products grown on the Farm. For vegetarians, the Farm’s vegetable garden provides the ingredients for a good choice of vegetarian dishes. A selection of Italian wines is also available.
Please remember that dinner is not available every night, so guests will need to either cook meals or walk to the village where restaurants are located.
Dinner costs US $20 per person (does not include beverages).
What Some Guests Said…
Dear Bing and Paola,
This was our honeymoon and how dreamy it was! Morning swim or snorkel, followed by lazy in hammock on the veranda of our very own creole home. Afternoons spent fishing with Bing, snorkelling with eagle rays or picking up shells for necklace on the beach are stuff of holiday fantasies we have not imagine. This heaven was very special and hope we´ll be back when baby Georgie is born.
Abi and Ed ( London – England )