A Grenada Villa Grenada Jewel In The Caribbean Grenada

Prices from $1450 per Week
A detached house on the wonderful island of Grenada, which you will have the exclusive use of, has two double bedrooms with en suite facilities plus a pool shower room. The property is situated within it's own lush tropical grounds, with a commanding view of the Lance Aux Epinés Bay and the Caribbean Sea. Set in a fashionable,quiet and exclusive residential area on the south coast of the island. The indoor patio area is the focal point of the house and offers complete privacy. Here, breakfast can be taken to a chorus of songbirds while at sundown you can enjoy a rum punch or two to the sound of the night creatures stirring from their slumber. Its a great bolt hole area too to escape the heat of the Grenada mid-day sun. With the privacy of the patio area you are able to relax and ease away your cares by taking a dip in the pool under the stars of the Caribbean sky? The grounds that surround the house are filled with an array of tropical plants. Frangipani, flamboyant, jasmine, bouganvillea, cherry, soursop, nutmeg and lime trees. Our housekeeper is there to keep house and will attend to the housework during your stay, and if desired she will cook you a local dish. It can be quite fun. You do the shopping and she will do the cooking for you. The house is conveniently located in a small lane that overlooks the Caribbean Sea. Although we are a stone's throw from where its "all happening" the property is set back off the road in a quiet and picturesque residential area, hardly any noisy or nosey neighbours overlook you. This Grenada villa enjoys many of the elements that nature brings, continued cool off-shore breezes, wonderful tropical flora and fauna and three lovely unspoilt beaches within short walking distances from the property. The living areas of the Grenada property are fully netted so as to eliminate the added necessity of air conditioning. If air con is a must have during your stay then this is not the property for you....but if you prefer to sleep at night with loads of breezes coming through the window then its a must have property for you.....
Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2


Property Information

Saint George, Grenada
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Nearest Airport:
Grenada (GND), Grenada (airport code NQY)

Autum - Low Season - September 01 - December 11 Winter High Season - December 12- April 16 Spring/Summer Season - April 17 - August 31 NB: A two week stay only over Xmas & New Year period A 10% service charge is applicable on the full amount. Guests wishing to book from the UK or Europe - please contact me directly for £sterling & € rates. As a condition of our rental - All guests are required to deposit a holding cheque against damages and breakages - £400.00($US600) The original cheque/check is returned after your holiday providing no damages or breakages have occurred

Property Features
  • Has a Pool
  • Close to a golf course
  • Close to a beach
  • Children are allowed
  • Caters for disabilities

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathrooms: 2
Toilets: 1
Shower Rooms: 3
Doubles: 2
Ensuites: 2
Ceiling Fans
Dining room table
Seating for: 8 People
Dining room
Satellite or Cable
Hi Fi
DVD Player
Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Washing Machine
Separate dining area
Washing Machine Provided
Linen Provided
Towels Provided
Ironing Board
Living Room
Seating for: 6 People
Sofas: 4
Armchairs: 2
Local Activities
Horse Riding
Water Skiing
Local Area
Quiet Bars and Pubs
Night Clubs
Distance to Local Town Centre: 10km
The local town is: Lively but not wild
By the sea
Distance to beach: <100m
Distance to convenience store: 1km
Distance to local restaraunts: 1km
In a Town
Distance to Airport: 5-10km
Barbecue Area
Private Swimming Pool
Outside Tap
No Pets
Family Oriented
Children Welcome
Wheelchair accessible
Geared towards the older generation
Low Allergen environment
Non Smoking Only
Accommodation Type:: Self Catering
Size:: Spacious
Changeover Day: Flexible
Away from it all
Quiet yet close to local activity

Local Area Details

About Weather/Climate/Temperature

Grenada sits neatly amongst the popular islands of the Eastern Caribbean.

Grenada is 12 degrees north of the Equator. The climate remains a steady 75ºF to 85ºF (24ºC to 30ºC) all through the year, tempered only by cooling light trade winds. With its clear blue skies, golden sands and tropical climate you are guaranteed a relaxing holiday

About Beaches

There are three beautiful unspoilt sandy beaches and rocky coves, all of which are in walking distance of this Grenada villa. A little further down the lane is Prickly Bay, a mere ten minute walk from the villa and this beach is where you will find the famous Calabash hotel.

About Local Restaurants

We recommend that you hire a car during your stay on the island. We can organise this for you with a leading car hire company on the island (see Car Hire). For those who prefer to use local transportation ?reggae buses. There is a regular bus service that will take you to and from the Sugar Mill (the central terminus) with connecting buses to other parts of the island. Visiting loved ones, friends and family at the St George?s University. The villa is conveniently situated on the other side of the bay. There is also a regular bus service within 100 metres from the house taking you to and from the St George?s University campus.

About Driving

Lovely walks can be made in the local area which is predominently residential. We do recommend that you take your long walks early in the morning or at sundown when the sun is not beating down on your back. You'll find loads of joggers on your way, particularly early in the morning as that is when the weather in this location by the sea will offer wonderful cool breezes as does a walk at sundown too

About Walking

For the website of the Grenada Board of Tourism, and information about Grenada. You will find all you need to know about Grenada if you go to this link: http://www.agrenadavilla.com/about-grenada

About Tourist Board

Columbus first sighted Grenada in 1498 and the island was already inhabited by Carib Indians. Columbus named the island Concepci?n but that name did not stick; passing Spanish sailors watching the green hills were reminded of Granada in Spain, and when the French arrived they adapted the name to Grenade. The British gave the island its current name of Grenada (pronounced Gren-nay-dah).
In 1650, a French expedition from Martinique bought extensive land from the indigenous Caribs for a few beads, knives and hatchets. However, fighting soon broke out between the Caribs and the French resulting in one group of 40 Caribs in 1651 jumping to their death, rather than surrender, in the north of Grenada. The French named the place le Morne de Sauteurs, or Leapers Hill. It is now named Caribs? Leap. Here is a paper on the history of the Carib peoples in Grenada, the Windwards, and the Orinoco Delta.
For the next 90 years the French and English battled for possession of the island. Fort George and Fort Frederick overlooking St George?s harbour are relics of that struggle.
The island remained under French control until its capture by the British in 1762, during the Seven Years? War. Grenada was formally ceded to Great Britain in 1763 by the Treaty of Paris. Although the French regained control in 1779, the island was restored to Britain in 1783 by the Treaty of Versailles. Although Britain was hard pressed to overcome a pro-French revolt in 1795 Grenada remained British for the remainder of the colonial period. In 1877 Grenada became a Crown colony and in 1967 an associate state within the British Commonwealth before gaining her independence in 1974. Although British for many years its French ancestry is evident in the French names and buildings.
During the 18th century, Grenada?s economy underwent an important transition. Like much of the rest of the West Indies it was originally settled to cultivate sugar, which was grown on estates using slave labour. But natural disasters paved the way for the introduction of other crops. In 1782, Sir Joseph Banks, the botanical adviser to King George III, introduced nutmeg to Grenada. The island?s soil was ideal for growing the spice and because Grenada was a closer source of spices for Europe than the Dutch East Indies the island assumed a new importance to European traders.
The collapse of the sugar estates and the introduction of nutmeg and cocoa encouraged the development of smaller land holdings, and the island developed a land-owning yeoman farmer class. In 1833, Grenada became part of the British Windward Islands Administration. The governor of the Windward Islands administered the island for the rest of the colonial period. Slavery was outlawed in 1834. In 1958, the Windward Islands Administration was dissolved, and Grenada joined the Federation of the West Indies. After that federation collapsed in 1962, the British Government tried to form a small federation out of its remaining dependencies in the Eastern Caribbean.

Following the failure of this second effort, the British and the islands developed the concept of associated statehood
Under the Associated Statehood Act of 1967 Grenada was granted full autonomy over its internal affairs in March 1967. Full independence was granted on February 7, 1974. After obtaining independence, Grenada adopted a modified Westminster parliamentary system based on the British model with a governor general appointed by and representing the British monarch (head of state) and a prime minister who is both leader of the majority party and the head of government.
New Jewel --- On March 13, 1979, the new joint endeavour for welfare, education, and liberation (New Jewel) movement ousted their prime minister at the time, Sir Eric Gairy in a nearly bloodless coup and established a people?s revolutionary government (PRG), headed by Maurice Bishop who became prime minister. His Marxist-Leninist government established close ties with Cuba, the Soviet Union, and other communist bloc countries. In October 1983, a power struggle within the government resulted in the arrest and subsequent murder of Bishop and several members of his cabinet by elements of the people?s revolutionary army. Following a breakdown in civil order, a US-Caribbean force landed on Grenada on October 25 in response to an appeal from the governor general and to a request for assistance from the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States. US citizens were evacuated, and order was restored.
An advisory council named by the governor general administered the country until general elections were held in December 1984. The New National Party (NNP) led by Herbert Blaize won 14 out of 15 seats in free and fair elections and formed a democratic government. Grenada?s constitution had been suspended in 1979 by the PRG but it was restored after the 1984 elections.
Today sees many new developments and changes to Grenada. Although its natural beauty remains unspoilt, new hotels are being erected and older ones extended and lavishly refurbished. A great deal of attention is being paid to the development of National Parks and the protection of the environment, the saving of the rain forests and the coral reefs.

As Grenadians say: ?It is God?s own country?, and when you visit it you can only agree!

About History

A short drive to the Grand Anse area will access you two really good supermarkets.

About Shopping

Take a ferry across to Carriacou for a change of pace

About Ferries

Take a ferry across to Carriacou for a change of pace

Contact Details

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Lance aux Épines

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