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Sevilla is owned and managed by Clare and her family.

Clare is an anthropologist, photographer, film maker and interior design consultant. Born and brought up in Kenya East Africa Clare has travelled extensively throughout Africa, The Middle East and Asia.

Clare and her family bought Sevilla in 2005 and rebuilt and refurbished the villa to a high standard. It is now available for others to enjoy. Now the team has grown and the staff have all become one family, and welcome their guests with a smile offering a holiday experience that can only be described as home from home.

Clare has a family apartment in a detached independant building to the rear of the villa and manages the staff. She is also available only when you need her to organize transportation and excursions around the island or if you have any problems at all she is always happy to help.

Paulette our housekeeper, has been working at Sevilla for 10 years, and is our guardian angel!!
Miss Monica is our cook and has been working in villas here in Cardiff Hall for more than 20 years.
Miss Monica is available to cook the most delicious meals, all our guests want to take her home in their suitcases!!
Chiney is a master wood carver and takes care of night security for the villa at night.
Rallin is our gardener and is also responsible for pool maintenance and is available 6 days a week and is happy to help with anything at all!!
We also have other cleaners who come in and support Paulette and Miss Monica for large groups.


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Telephone: +442081337668
Cell: +1876 4549486
Skype Name: sevillavilla

We believe in supporting our local community and to give charity to worthy causes when we can.

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." 
Mahatma Ghandi

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In 2009 and 2010 the villa was offered in an auction to raise money for Cancer research alongside other contributors supporting the Burhill Golf Classic tournament held at the Burhill Golf Club at Walton-onThames Surrey UK
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The villa was offered again this year at the Burhill golf classic tournament 2012, now in its 8th successful year the tournament has raised over £250,000 for Cancer Research UK.

"Climbing the Ladder" is a documentary film production filmed and edited by Clare in Port Antonio, and is a documentary about a group of university students from Canada sponsored by the Turnaround project to hold a workshop in Jamaica for children from August Town in Kingston. WHAT IS TAP ?

"Climbing the Ladder" is a 25 minute film and can be viewed at the following link Climbing the Ladder

In 2009 and 2010 the villa was booked by The Global Volunteer network to hold workshops. The Be The Change Program is a week-long intensive course designed to train individuals how to become change agents in communities around the world.

For more information about the Global Volunteer network and the amazing work they do around the world please do visit the following lwebsite
GVN Foundation: Home