Large Villa With 2 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, Gourmet Kitchen, Swimming Pool
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed - over 2 and under 16over 2 and under 16
Smoking allowed - outdoors onlyoutdoors only
Max guests: 4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 16
About Susan Memory
Susan and Owen Memory reside in Steveston, British Columbia a suburb of Vancouver. Susan first came to Palm Island in 1977 and instantly fell in love. In 2010 her life long dream came true with the purchase of Memory House. Memory House, previously called Kaiser House, was completely taken down to the original foot print and brought into it's current luxury home state. It was important to Susan to keep the character and charm of Memory House's roots by maintaining local quarried stone walls. The transformation is truly remarkable. Susan is the Owner and Creative Director of her 28 year old company, JRS Amenities Ltd. Her husband works along side of her as the Warehouse and Logistics Manager. Susan often works remotely from her studio at Memory House where her creativity flourishes and is inspired by the beauty of Palm Islands stunning surroundings. Both Susan and Owen travel the world extensively for business but it is Palm Island where they truly enjoy peace and tranquility and other adventures with dear friends and family.
Susan Memory purchased this house in 2010
Why Susan Memory chose Grenadines
Both Owen and Susan have travelled the world and in particular many of the Caribbean and Hawaiian Islands. Along with frequent visits to other tropical destinations such as Mexico, the Philippines, Thailand, etc. But nothing could compare to the feeling they have when they arrive on Palm Island. So they set their sites to purchase a home on the renowned private island of Palm.
What makes this house unique
The islands of the Grenadines in general, and the area around Palm Island in particular, are truly, spectacularly beautiful - one of the world's few remaining natural treasures. Palm is a tiny island (you can walk around it in about 30 minutes) but it is blessed with a number of spectacular beachfronts and some of the most idyllic swimming conditions to be found anywhere. Despite its modest proportions Palm Island has some interesting walking trails and hilly lookout points. It also offers a Mangrove Lake, with a diverse range of birds and other wildlife, notably the outstanding Caribbean Iguanas that live freely here as they are protected by sanctuary status. One feels free, safe and like a time traveller back to a time when life was much simpler and enjoyable. For those that love outdoor sports, the Grenadines are hard to beat.