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Inside the lavish Mauritius holiday Grant Denyer is enjoying with his family

He won a silver Logie and the coveted Gold Logie at the awards ceremony earlier this month.  

And now Grant Denyer is enjoying a well-deserved break, holidaying with his family at a luxury resort in Mauritius. 

The 40-year-old is staying with wife Cheryl and their two children at the Club Med La Plantation d’Albion resort with their own private villa, which costs more than $1,000 a night.

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From a luxury villa to a private pool and your own butler and chef: Inside the lavish Mauritian holiday Grant Denyer (pictured with wife Cheryl) is enjoying with his family after his Gold Logie win... which costs more than $1,000 per night 

From a luxury villa to a private pool and your own butler and chef: Inside the lavish Mauritian holiday Grant Denyer (pictured with wife Cheryl) is enjoying with his family after his Gold Logie win... which costs more than $1,000 per night 

From a luxury villa to a private pool and your own butler and chef: Inside the lavish Mauritian holiday Grant Denyer (pictured with wife Cheryl) is enjoying with his family after his Gold Logie win… which costs more than $1,000 per night 

Not too shabby: According to the resort's official website, a simple three-bedroom villa costs upwards of $6,400 for two adults, based on a five-night trip (pictured is where the clan are staying)

Not too shabby: According to the resort's official website, a simple three-bedroom villa costs upwards of $6,400 for two adults, based on a five-night trip (pictured is where the clan are staying)

Not too shabby: According to the resort’s official website, a simple three-bedroom villa costs upwards of $6,400 for two adults, based on a five-night trip (pictured is where the clan are staying)

According to the resort’s official website, a simple three-bedroom villa costs upwards of $6,400 for two adults, based on a five-night trip.   

The villas are rather lavish – and guests are treated to their own private pool.

And there’s no need to worry about meals, with guests having a butler and private chef at their disposal. 

Relaxing: The villas are rather lavish - and guests are treated to their own private pool. And there's no need to worry about meals, with guests having a butler and private chef at their disposal

Relaxing: The villas are rather lavish - and guests are treated to their own private pool. And there's no need to worry about meals, with guests having a butler and private chef at their disposal

Relaxing: The villas are rather lavish – and guests are treated to their own private pool. And there’s no need to worry about meals, with guests having a butler and private chef at their disposal

Cheryl shared to Instagram this week a shot of their villa at nighttime, calling it ‘divine.’ 

‘This DIVINE villa has been our little sanctuary for the past week… Tucked away in a quiet beach side spot on Mauritius. Just divine,’ she wrote. 

The blonde also shared a snap of herself with her husband, writing: ‘Sorry we’ve been quiet,’ adding cocktail emojis. 

Tick of approval: Cheryl shared to Instagram this week a shot of their villa at nighttime, calling it 'divine'

Tick of approval: Cheryl shared to Instagram this week a shot of their villa at nighttime, calling it 'divine'

Tick of approval: Cheryl shared to Instagram this week a shot of their villa at nighttime, calling it ‘divine’

Plenty of room: Pictured is a plush bedroom in the villas

Plenty of room: Pictured is a plush bedroom in the villas

Plenty of room: Pictured is a plush bedroom in the villas

‘Look how relaxed you guys both look!,’ one fan commented. 

‘Not jealous… not at all,’ another added. 

Grant also took to Instagram to share a video of their daughters Sailor, seven, and Scout, two, strolling out of their villa to their pool. 

‘Epic holiday,’ the Family Feud star wrote. 

It’s a well-deserved break for Grant, who broke down in tears during his Gold Logie acceptance speech, alluding to his stint in a Thai health facility back in 2013.

He loves it! Grant called the holiday 'epic' online

He loves it! Grant called the holiday 'epic' online

He loves it! Grant called the holiday ‘epic’ online

Past struggles: It's a well-deserved break for Grant, who broke down in tears during his Gold Logie acceptance speech, alluding to his stint in a Thai health facility back in 2013

Past struggles: It's a well-deserved break for Grant, who broke down in tears during his Gold Logie acceptance speech, alluding to his stint in a Thai health facility back in 2013

Past struggles: It’s a well-deserved break for Grant, who broke down in tears during his Gold Logie acceptance speech, alluding to his stint in a Thai health facility back in 2013

He admitted he had been ‘very unwell’ and ‘in a hole’ before Family Feud came along – and credited the recently-axed Network Ten show with ‘saving him’.

He then dedicated the award to his wife Cheryl and their two daughters and thanked Cheryl for sticking with him through the ‘best and worst times’. 

Grant went to Thai health clinic for chronic exhaustion in 2013 and Cheryl, who had been dealing with PTSD and anxiety issues resulting from Grant’s condition, accompanied him.

Time out: Grant went to Thai health clinic for chronic exhaustion in 2013 and Cheryl, who had been dealing with PTSD and anxiety issues resulting from Grant's condition, accompanied him

Time out: Grant went to Thai health clinic for chronic exhaustion in 2013 and Cheryl, who had been dealing with PTSD and anxiety issues resulting from Grant's condition, accompanied him

Time out: Grant went to Thai health clinic for chronic exhaustion in 2013 and Cheryl, who had been dealing with PTSD and anxiety issues resulting from Grant’s condition, accompanied him

Grant was previously forced to deny allegations that he and Cheryl were in rehab for methamphetamine addiction.

‘I was over there for chronic exhaustion, I’d been on the road for ten years, been getting up in a different part of the country everyday, I’d had 800 flights in four years, you know, I was just exhausted when I left the Morning show I then took on two other shows,’ he said at the time.

He also revealed that doctors said his organs were running at about 10 per cent when he checked into the facility.

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