Welcome to Shogun

Shogun is made up of a series of Japanese- themed villas. They comprise: the Main House, Little Shogun and Traveller’s Tree Cottage.

Little Shogun and Traveller’s Tree Cottage are separated from the Main House by tropical gardens and the only golf course on Mustique. The latter is reserved for the use of Shogun guests only.

Shogun at a glance

• One of Mustique’s most established villas

• Two house managers, a butler, dedicated housekeeping and grounds staff

• An award-winning, European-trained chef

• Set in five acres of mature tropical gardens

• One-green, nine-tee private golf course—the only golf course on Mustique

• Legendary sunset views over Britannia Bay yacht harbour

• Accommodation for 4-18 persons

• A total of 9 air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms

• Sparkling turquoise rock swimming pools

Shogun pool

• Ocean going powerboat for guests moored in the bay below

• In-house professional massage and beauty treatments available

• Media room with widescreen TV and a vast movie collection on DVD

• Full Wi-Fi and internet connections with iPod stations in each bedroom

• Sundecks, verandas and shady nooks for reading or relaxing

• Beach barbeques and picnics a speciality

• Grand Salon for gatherings and cocktail parties

• Tennis, horseback riding, water sports, fitness trail and spa just minutes away

• A selection of sandy beaches—often empty, all pristine—in walking distance

• Easy to reach—Barbados and St. Lucia are less than an hour by air

• Private jets accommodated minutes away on Canouan or St Vincent

• All the facilities of one of the most exclusive islands in the world

History of Shogun

Shogun was built by renowned architect Arne Hasselqvist as his own family residence on one of the prime lots on Mustique.

The Japanese themes of tranquility and of visual harmony were the guiding principles of Arne’s architectural tour de force. While the house has been totally refurbished in the last three years, these same principles still imbue the spirit of Shogun today.

‘Architectural Digest’ magazine wrote of Shogun: “It perches like a little Japanese village surrounding a quiet pond, high up on a verdant hilltop of frangipani, bougainvillea and jasmine… eminently suited to its tropical environment.”

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‘Islands’ Magazine, (August 2010)

One of the ‘Top Ten Best Island Villas’ in the world