Villa Narmada is a lovely, homely place to visit. It's definitely home away from home. Friendly staff, always willing to go an extra mile to make you comfortable. The vibrant manager, the nice gentleman, fondly known as small man make your stay in that villa memorable. An intelligent cleaning lady, by the name of Corine, who speaks English very well, made my stay at Villa Narmada enjoyable, she always helpful and very knowledgeable with the street food and all.
I was transported by Max, he took me around interesting places, very reasonable and understanding. He speaks good English, which was a bonus. He doesn't only take you to where you are going, he shares with you the information about places along the way. His number is +230 5768 3909 for those who will be going to Grand Baie.
The breakfast was ordinary breakfast, nothing to write home about. Breakfast doesn't need to be expensive to be nice. Basic food like oats and milk can be such a nice and healthy breakfast. There are lots of fruits in Mauritius, tourists will love to have pineapple, mango or banana for breakfast. I must however knowledge that, they gave me some after I asked if I can't get a fruit for breakfast. So they are very accommodative.
The towels are a bit old, even though they are changed everyday, and they are clean and smell nice, it's hard to know if they are white, cream white, beige or fawn.