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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Grenada reviews

  • A Little Heaven on Earth

    "What a marvellous escape from the mundane! Fabulous views of the coast and nearby islands, surrounded by some of the most beautiful plants and flowers. The accommodations are delightful, island style but with all conveniences, and the peaceful sounds of the ocean surf and the wind are lulling. We had a wonderful week lounging in and around the pool, walking on the beaches, swimming in the sea, and generally relaxing. Loved Michael's inventive and delicious cocktails and dining al fresco, sumptuous meals prepared by Yasmin. In fact, meals at Summerhill must be as healthy as they are appealing since we ate heartily and richly, but managed not to gain any weight! Anything you want to know about the area, anything you want to see or do, just ask! Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Sandra K. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 24, 2017
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  • A GRENADIAN GEM - 4.5 stars

    "This newly renovated apartment has a well equipped kitchen and the added benefit of outside space to relax in. WIFI access is available. Special thanks to Terry who was a great friend and resource to us. An abundant garden beside the house is seriously maintained by Raphael, a gem of a gardener, who often leaves fruit surprises in the morning. Without a car, St George’s and the supermarket are a 20 min walk downhill. Taxis are available to take you home but you need to arrange a pick you up at the house in the evening or the heat of the day. The only downside of this location is the distance from the beach and the occasional night noises of dogs, drummers and roosters! What an adventure we two CDN ladies in our 60’s had touring the Spice Island of Grenada. And we did it without a car for the most part. Use the buses, wherever possible. They are fun, good value and a great way to meet the locals. (But don’t take one from the main terminal, unless you are prepared to pay for all of the seats...or you will wait until they are full!) There is a lot to do on Grenada. (See Goats on the Road, Grenada website) Visit the island beaches of Grand Anse and beautiful La Sagesse- swim, beach walk, sunbathe and visit with locals. Day trip to Dougaldston Spice Estate to see nutmeg processing and Belmont Estate, a 17th century plantation. Tour St Georges shops, local market and Steel Pan school. And dance to great live music at Prickly Bay, Dodgy Docks at True Blue Bay and Umbrellas Beach Bar at Grand Anse. Eat seafood at The Edge or BB’s Crabback and local food at Patricks. But the best thing about Grenada is getting to know the people. They are kind, respectful, fun, helpful and proud to be from Grenada! Everyone says Good Morning or Good Afternoon!! Our first visit to Grenada, but hopefully not our last."
    Guest: Carolynn B. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: April 28, 2017
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  • Fantastic location

    "Nothing posh, which is perfect for us. Great kitchen utensils, clean and compact. Private and views of the beach. Loved it!"
    Guest: Faith M. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 17, 2017
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  • Grenada magic

    "Having been picked up by the caretaker, Bentley, who with his introduction to the island set the tempo for a fun filled experience. Garet, the property owner, turned out to be a bonus to our journey as she was fun, gracious and extremely friendly. The property and its location was simply exotic and with La Sagesse beach within a short walk or drive added all the ingredients we needed for a great trip. Renting a car for a few excursions and driving the opposite side of the road proved to be exhilarating. Grenada is a special place inhabited by warm and special folks and we hope to someday return."
    Guest: Kathy P. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 18, 2017
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