Six guest rooms uniquely decorated with the owners’ vast collection of antique furniture, and artworks, fine linens on pillow top mattresses, l’Occitane bath amenities, and private terraces with ocean views, a stay at The Peninsula House will give you the island vacation you’ve dreamed about.
From the moment you arrive our staff works constantly and quietly to ensure your comfort, your every need and privacy.
My husband and I spent a wonderful relaxing week at Peninsula House and it exceeded our expectations! Our room was gorgeous and very comfortable, and all of the shared... read more
If you're looking for a glitzy loud place where you can party all day and night and go down to the pool at 6am to get the best lounge chair,... read more
This house defies description It is simply perfect ! We have traveled extensively and appreciate the refinements of exceptional accommodations and service Peninsula House has no equal The cuisine is... read more
The Peninsula House is literally a dream come true. I've traveled the world and had my fair share of stunning luxury hotels and exclusive boutique hotels, but none of them... read more
had the most amazing time at the peninsula house, we were a group of 8 friends travelling to come together after a very long time without seeing one... read more
The Peninsula House is a very private, gorgeously decorated (French antiques), quiet hotel that discreetly provides anything you could want throughout your day. You eat your meals on the veranda;... read more
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A SMALL WORLD unto itself, perched 1,000 feet above sea level, The Peninsula House is the result of impeccable taste and a thousand intelligent decisions. A plantation-style guesthouse, it contains just six airy suites and public areas distinguished by a museum-quality art collection, the life’s work of French proprietor Marie-Claude Thiebault and her American partner, Cary Guy...More
Un reto poder transmitirle con solo palabras lo grato que resultó para el equipo de Refugios encontrar en República Dominicana una mansión tan majestuosa en todo el sentido del concepto. The Peninsula House es lo que debe llamarse un hotel boutique, una enorme, pero a la vez pequeña, exclusiva y acogedora casa para huéspedes, donde la privacidad es primordial. Su elegancia sobrepasa todos los preceptos que pudiéramos imaginar, al utilizar exquisitos detalles que alimentan nuestra admiración por tan fastuoso lugar...More
The emergent sophistication of the peninsula reaches its zenith on a mirador-like plateau dominated by Peninsula House, a two-story plantation house with Victorian gables and wraparound veranda. Lawns lead to a garden-shrouded swimming pool with dreamy views of forested gullies and glistening sea. Co-owners Marie-Claude Thiebault and Cary Guy came here six years ago, then spent two-and-a-half years designing and decorating the interiors with antiques and 56 artifacts from a lifetime’s collecting by Marie-Claude...More
Une île, une maison de planteur et la volupté des varangues. The Peninsula House et ses chambres végétales vous embarquent vers leurs sables de nacre. Dans cette résidence nostalgique, la vie est un enchantement de chaque instant...More
This luxury hotel has a special charm and a first class service, spaces between the casual and the elegance which are enhanced by antique collections and superior art of great value. The sophisticated design was made by the French architect Serge Robin, named by Architectural Digest as one of the 100 best architects in the world. The Peninsula House combines a colonial Victorian style, inspired in the XVII century with exuberant tropical gardens with views to the Atlantic and the crystal clear waters of Cosón Beach...More
The DR continues to move beyond the all-inclusive market with the help of the Peninsula House, which debuted early 2008 in a restored Victorian plantation house on the Samaná peninsula. The six tasteful suites showcase designer Serge Robin’s take on global style and are filled with Louis XV chairs, handwoven rugs from Turkey, and a cosmopolitan collection of objets d’art (African masks; Indonesian marionettes). All have terraces overlooking a remote jungle setting...More
It's just perfect from the top to the bottom. This family-owned inn sits on 15 verdant hillside acres on the Samaná Peninsula, with views of the Atlantic in the distance. The Victorian colonial design evokes an eighteenth-century plantation house (this one filled with eclectic art, including a collection of wooden sheep). Beautiful rooms in earth tones have Brazilian hardwood floors, antiques such as Chinese bamboo storage trunks and Indian ivory cabinets, and mahogany soaking tubs. Enjoy drinks on the terrace or, for an unforgettable culinary and sensory experience, try a seafood lunch at the Beach Restaurant, a few miles—and a free shuttle ride—from the main hotel. Expect "truly unbeatable service from the outstanding staff. This is the most perfect, tranquil, relaxing place I've ever been...More