A snapshot in time

EXPLORE OUR HERITAGE

 

Dating back to 1765, the Domaine de Bel Ombre, where Heritage Resorts is located, immerses its guests through the rich heritage of Mauritius. Embark on a journey through time, at the Château de Bel Ombre, an enchanting former sugar plantation style house, set in typical French Gardens. The perfect place to give a twist of culture to your holidays in paradise.

THE CHÂTEAU DE BEL OMBRE
A 19TH CENTURY FAMILY HOUSE

 

The Château de Bel Ombre is an enchanting Anglo-Indian colonial style family house, set in French Gardens punctuated with ancient trees, this 19th century property has been tastefully restored to its former glory.

A SWEET STORY

 

The history of the island is intertwined to the story of the sugarcane which started with the first men to inhabit the island.

FASCINATING HERITAGE

 

On the route to India.

The Chateau de Bel Ombre - 19th century mansion Mauritius
A 19TH CENTURY FAMILY HOUSE
 

The Château de Bel Ombre is an enchanting Anglo-Indian colonial style family house, set in French Gardens punctuated with ancient trees, this 19th century property has been tastefully restored to its former glory. Interesting fact, the Château was constructed by Sir Hajee Jackaria Hajee Ahmed, a rich Indian landowner, back in the last decade of the 19th century and is surrounded by a certain mystery, since the man never made it to Mauritius. 

 
History of first man inhabit Mauritius - place to visit
A SWEET STORY

 

The history of the island is intertwined to the story of the sugarcane which started with the first men to inhabit the island.

 

Bel Ombre sugar estate is one of the oldest sugar estate established in 1765 under the french rule.

 

Vestiges from the hard work of those men who developed the region can be found nearby the Château with the ruins of the old sugar cane factory, the Frédérica chimney dating from 1855 and the batelage, a reminder of how sugar was transported by boat to the harbour to be sent to Europe.

Fascinating heritage of Mauritius
FASCINATING HERITAGE

 

A small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, with 350 years of fascinating history. So tiny, it could easily be forgotten, but its strategic location on the route to India made it the interest of the Arabs, Dutch, French and English.

 

The sugarcane, a prominent figure shaping the history of the island, a history of living together, a melting pot like the delicious local recipes which tantalises our visitors tastebuds. This Mauritius is revealed at the Domaine de Bel Ombre.

A TRIBUTE TO A GREAT MAN
 

The Domaine de Bel Ombre with origins dating back to 1765 unfolds two and a half centuries of history, once a sugar estate, now a unique integrated tourist destination having witnessed a long list of owners, some strategic to the development of Mauritius and the South of the island like Charles Edward Telfair.

Tribute to Charles Telfair - Famous naturalist and botanist

CHARLES TELFAIR

 

The Domaine de Bel Ombre with origins dating back to 1765 unfolds two and a half centuries of history, once a sugar estate, now a unique integrated tourist destination having witnessed a long list of owners, some strategic to the development of Mauritius and the South of the island like Charles Edward Telfair.

 

Charles Telfair was a famous Irish naturalist and botanist who was a pioneer in the field of agricultural diversification and modernisation of sugar processing and a great opposer to slavery. He called the Domaine de Bel Ombre, the small Eden and Heritage Le Telfair was named as a tribute to this historic figure.

DISCOVER OTHER EXPERIENCES

AN UNSPOILT COAST

AN UNSPOILT COAST


The Bel Ombre region is bordered by a mountain range and national park and boasts 1300 hectares of nature reserve.

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A GOLFER'S PARADISE

THE BEST GOLF COURSE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN 

 

European Tour branded course, awarded "Best golf course in the Indian Ocean"

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CULINARY JOURNEY

WONDERING WHERE TO EAT?


From Mauritian food to swanky restaurants, we have got you covered with our 12 restaurants.

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