The Boiled Frog

From the Boiled Frog Guesthouse

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Dinner at the Frog

The Island


As of right now, the Boiled Frog has one room available for rent. The cottage is an ocean-view, beachfront room on it's own little corner of the property. It comes complete with kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and more.

Along with a provided Continental Breakfast, the Boiled Frog provides the option for travellers to join the family for dinner, which usually takes place around 6:30. There's a small fee depending on what's on the menu that day.

There are a number of awesome places to visit around the island. We've collected some of our favourites and compiled them into a list for guests looking for recommendations.

As is to be expected when travelling to a foreign country, there are quite a few questions to be answered. This is a list of some of those more frequently asked, and we're always here if you have further question!

The Boiled Frog

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The Boiled Frog Guesthouse is a secluded, 1 room guest house situated on the leeward side of the eastern Caribbean island of St. Lucia, on the tranquil shores of Vigie Beach. This 6000 square foot home has long been known as the Geest House, as it was originally built by Caribbean shipping tycoon Jon Van Geest, owner of Geest Lines.


The guesthouse sits on a fully fenced and gated property of approximately two acres and is dotted with mango, coconut, plantain, sour sop, Seville orange and a Pond Apple tree. In addition it is home to an abundance of local flora such as red and pink bougainvillea, bird of paradise, hibiscus and jasmine.

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(ok...I made that part up) but buried somewhere in some kind of popular mythologies... Ok, maybe not buried...uh... I heard somewhere that if you drop a frog into boiling water it will immediately jump out. However, theoretically if you put a frog in room temperature water on the stove and turn the heat up by one degree an hour until the water boils, the frog will stay in the water and eventually die.

Every aspect of our daily lives is demanding more and more from us, more parenting, more business, more time at the office. We are all "boiled frogs" sitting in the water while the world turns up the heat.


The Boiled Frog guesthouse is a place to get away from all that. A secluded property nestled against the shores of the Caribbean sea on the "Helen of the West Indies", the island of St. Lucia.


A refuge from the every day, where you can get out of the boiling water and slip into the soothing waters of the Caribbean.

Buried deep in the mythology of the ancient Mayan texts...

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