8 comfortable and spotlessly clean rooms and bungalows, equipped with aircon, fan, mini-fridge, moscito net and a patio. The bathrooms have showers, toilets, washbasins and bidets.

There is also a Mezzanine family room , Standard double rooms, superior room for 3-6 persons. Babybeds are available for babies/toddlers.

Luggage storage for a late check-out and a shower/WC for a last shower before departure is nicely set at the reception!


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La Diguoise Guesthouse is built with much taste and passion; the home for your holiday on the island of La Digue;

nested in a tropical flowery garden at the edge of the Paradise Flycatcher 'Veuve' bird Reserve.

A comfortable family-run guesthouse with excellent value for money.

As this fine guesthouse borders the nature reserve, you can often spot the beautiful Black Paradise Flycatcher bird while having your breakfast (freshly squeezed fruit juices, home-made jam, local fruits...

La Diguoise serves you local products and home-made specialities for breakfast and dinner. The delicious much-enjoyed, well-known dishes at dinner vary, depending on the fishermen's catch of the day or the picks from the island's vegetable and fruits. The cook at La Diguoise are talented and very creative.La Diguoise open-air restaurant accepts outside-guests. Ensure to make a reservation!

Standard and Superior rooms are all airconditioned. Additionally to the features in the standard rooms, they are very spacious, also colourful and freshly designed. There is a big swimming pool, exclusively for use by guests in the superior rooms.

A large family superior room is also available - ideal for friends or families.


Anse Reunion beach is a short 2 minutes walk from La Diguoise Guesthouse. Famous Anse Source d'Argent and other beaches of the island can also be easily reached from here. Bicycle rental is available at the guesthouse.


WIFI is available at La Diguoise Guesthouse.

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La Diguoise Reservations



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Standard Double rooms

30 m²

Family room 4-6 Persons

40 m²

Superior Double rooms

40 m²

Superior Family rooms












Standard double room




Most beautiful world famous


Anse Source d'argent,

Anse Marrons, Grand Anse,

Anse Cocos.

Oxcart tours

Fishing excursions

Snorkeling & Diving

Vanilla plantations

Giant tortoises

“Top Guesthouse auf La Digue...”


5 von 5 Sternen

Bewertet am 6. Juni 2012


Wir verbrachten leider nur 10 Tage im La Diguoise , Bungalow mit grosser Terrasse ,gutes Breakfast ,mit self made Konfituren und schöne Aussicht in den ruhigen, sehr gepflegten Garten.Viele Vögel und riesen Fledermäuse fliegen umher,auch die hübschen grünen Gekkos zeigen sich oft. Die Rooms werden gründlich gereinigt, keine Kakerlaken usw. Die Aircon brauchten wir nicht oft. Das Abendessen war immer...


“Einfach nur schön!!!”


5 von 5 Sternen

Bewertet am 18. Juni 2015


Wir sind nun seit 2 Wochen hier und absolut begeistert. Die Zimmer sind freundlich und hell eingerichtet und absolut sauber. Die gesamte Anlage wird mit viel Liebe gepflegt und dekoriert. Wir haben Halbpension gebucht und wurden noch nie enttäuscht. Das Essen ist immer super gut!! Elodie, die Besitzerin, ist sehr fürsorglich und liebenswert. Das Frühstück wird auf der eigenen Terrasse...


Some interesting Seychelles Facts

•Population: roughly 92,000 people live on the Seychelles (2015)

•Capital: Victoria with 26,000 inhabitants

•Name: République de Seychelles (Republic of Seychelles)

•Government: Parliamentary Republic, Democracy

•Language: English, French, Seychellois Creole

•Religion: mainly Roman Catholics

•Currency: 1 Seychellois Rupee=100cents

•History: The islands were first spotted by Vasco da Gama on his explorations in the 15th century. Later the French and British settled on the island. The Seychelles became independent from Britain only in 1976.

•National Day: 18 June

•National Symbols: Payanke (Tropical Bird Orchid) - national flower, Coco-de-Mer Palm - national tree, national animal - Giant Tortoise, national bird - Black Parrot


“Lovely stay with small kids”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 25 March 2015


We were at first reluctant guests. We had booked a self catering house through AirBnB,

but was told it was unavailable as we arrived at La Digue.

Since travelling with a 3 and a 1,5 year old, we had to find something fast.

We really wanted the selfcatering option, so our plan was to stay at La Diguoise 1-2 nights till we found

what we wanted. We ended up staying an entire week. Kids loved it. So much to see with tortoises in the

garden, fish pond, a lovely big german shepherd named Sultan, and a great little pool, mostly used for

dipping after beach.

We would love to back to both the island and the guesthouse. Highly recommended.


Room Tip: We had a family room overlooking pool and garden. Loved it.

“The gardens and the stunning food”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 28 February 2015


My fiance and I stayed for 4 nights and enjoyed every one of them. Georgette and the guard dog compete with each other in terms of friendliness but the two stand out reasons that would make me return for longer are the immaculate but somehow natural gardens and Georgette's son, Steffan's food - professionally trained in South Africa but more than that, he has true natural tallent and passion. if you love good food you absolutely won't be disappointed.


Stayed January 2015

A few Seychelles dishes:


•Coconut Curry: spicy stews made with coconut milk, chicken, fish, octopus.

Try a fresh coconut! Did you know that coconut 'milk' liquid looks transparent like water but has a sweet taste?

•Ladob: can be served either as a sweet dish or in a spicy and savoury variation "katkat", made with bananas, yams and coconut. The savoury version is often prepared with salted fish and green banana.

•Salted Fish: is used in many dishes to give it a savoury flavor; cooked in coco milk or stir fried with fresh tomatoes

•Shark chutney: made with boiled and mashed shark meat, chillies and lemon

•Grilled Fish or Octopus: often served with a sauce made of crushed chilli, ginger and garlic

•Cassava cake or just boiled; like yam, or sweet potatoes; replaces rice, which mostly is Basmati rice from India.

There are several tea plantations on Mahé. Bois Cheri plantation has an amazing Vanilla Tea!

•Citronelle- lemongrass tea-infusion

.Passion fruit juices and jam or pudding "flan"

“Lovely place, highly recommended!”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 26 October 2015


We have stayed here for 4 nights and it was definitely the best accommodation we had in seychelles during our 2 weeks vacation. Location is very nice, surrounded by the nature, 2 mins from the entrance to Anse d'argent. The owner Elodie is one of the nicest person we met in Seychelles, she is hard worker and does everything to put her customers at ease, we really appreciate that! Breakfast served on the balcony was the highlight of our days there, dinner (creole) was very good and cheap, Sultan is a lovely dog and the entire experience there was superb. We definitely will go back there some day! Thank you Elodie!

your italian friends Antonio e Marianna


Stayed October 2015, travelled as a couple

“Just perfect”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 18 August 2014


We stayed in La Diguoise in August 2014. What a beautiful place! We were welcomed by Georgette who is a very friendly and nice person. The hotel has several bungalows in a beautiful and well maintained tropical garden (with swimming pool). Our bungalow was called "Passion" and was very nice inside with a big comfortable bed, a refrigerator and a safe. Breakfast is served on the terrace of your bungalow at the time you desire, with omelet and tropical fruits! The first night we decided to have dinner at the hotel. On a terrace outside, all guests sit together and a delicious (local style) dinner is served. It was actually so good that we decided to have dinner at the hotel every night. The hotel is located near the main village and the national park. We had bicycles for the entire stay and saw most of this beautiful island. Hope to come back one day.


Stayed August 2014, travelled as a couple

a little paradise for your chidren

“Nice stay”

4 of 5 stars

Reviewed 5 August 2014


We've spent 7 days in this beautiful and familiar guest house. Also very good for families with childrens. Our son enjoyed the contact with the nature and the peaceful environment we've found there.Very welcoming and supportive staffing when need. The only down side is the sand passage( if you're using the bike) from the road until you get there and sometimes the breakfast is served late. But in overall you can expect to have a nice stay.


Stayed July 2014, travelled with family

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