The Place Charmant Story
Place Charmant was the summer homestead of Josephine Charmant in the late 19th century, where her cottage provided a refuge from the summer heat in other parts of Haiti.
Place Charmant roughly translates from French as "Charming Spot" – which describes to a tee these four acres overlooking Jérémie, Haiti, and the Caribbean Sea. This spectacular property is home to the Magloire family's oasis of cottages, guest rooms, and amenities that comprise Place Charmant.
Nestled on a homestead in the Magloire family for well over a century, Place Charmant is home to antiques and traditions that honor the best of the history of Haiti. At the same time, modern comforts ensure that you'll be able to relax after returning from your day away from Place Charmant.
We Welcome You
Nestled on four wooded acres high above Jérémie Bay in remote southwest Haiti, Place Charmant is a living labor of love under the care of your hosts, Bette and Edwin Magloire and their daughter, Danielle.
At Your Service
Whether a single room or our penthouse, all room rates include breakfast and a family-style supper. Most special dietary requests can be honored, and we have one room accessible to the disabled.