“Plantation house comfort on Grenada's undiscovered east coast” This grand house can be rented by a party of friends - as we did - sharing a 4x4 and exploring Grenada's fabulous and friendly countryside and bays, sometimes cooking for ourselves and som
“A peaceful location high on a hill overlooking 2 bays.”
Reviewed 22 Jun 2015
The service here was good and friendly, plus the food was of good quality, Bruno the chef does a delicious meal. The two bays villas were kitted out well for a family holiday. Having breakfast togeth… More
As our visitor has mentioned - we are away from St George's - we are in rural Grenada with all the charm and beauty that goes with it as opposed to the urban feel around tourist Grenada in the Grand Anse St George's area.
We are 45 minutes from St George's itself and whilst there a several things to see there that can be done in one day, we are half way to most of the places a visitor would want to visit if you were staying in St George's area, so to get to them you would have to go past us as there are only two roads up the island - on either coast. The West coast of Grenada above St George's is more commercial and with few places to visit than where we are on the East coast.
The breezes that cool the east side of the island are a great feature and most guests love them as they cool Two Bays which is 60 ft above the water with 180 degree views, and has been designed to catch them so you can keep cool without using the air conditioning.