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Reviewed 25 December 2017

Stayed here in the middle of November for 3 nights. On arrival was shown my cottage - beautiful with a superb coastline view (recommend to ask for this if you stay here). Ate breakfast and dinner for the duration of my stay; probably best food I've ever ate in paid accommodation anywhere in the world and all vegan. The presentation/flavours were like something out of a 5-star restaurant - no exaggeration. Chef should have a Michelin star.

Went out for 2 full days with Robbie, a local for whom the cottages call when people want to be shown around. Robbie knew Grenada back to front. Excellent host - safe driver, fun (good tunes in the car!) and reliable. Visited various waterfalls, beaches and local eateries that Robbie recommended - did not disappoint.

The cottages are a fair drive (30-40 minutes) from the airport so be prepared for a fair albeit beautiful drive. They organised for me to be picked up via Facebook messenger & I arranged with Robbie to drop me off. I would recommend doing this.

Would definitely stay again/use Robbie for transport and local knowledge!

Room Tip: Best views = cottage directly to the left of breakfast/restaurant area
  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled solo
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Thank George J
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

The accomodation is on the west coast in a very green area, with naturally also many mango trees close by. To reach there one has to branch off into a gravel road and then walk down a few steps.

There are four room. We got the 'Crab' room, which together with the 'Turtle' room is on top of the other two. When entering, we got carried away by the view from the big balcony over a forested coastline all the way to the sea. Later this view got even more spectacular with the sunset.

The room was big enough with a king-size bed, protected by a mosquito net, although there were hardly any mosquitoes in mid-March. The room gets serviced every 3rd day, on request more often.

During our 3-nights we were always alone, enjoying the solitude. The place is run, almost as a one-man-show by friendly, but rather shy Kiddousi, who helped us also with the luggage. Memorable is his cooking. It follows the rules of the Rasta's vegan Ital cooking, but is so varied and imaginative, that most non-Vegetarians will also enjoy it. These rules also imply that there is no coffee for breakfast and that alcohol is not encouraged. All meals have to be booked in advance, also for residents. They always come in three courses with very tasty selfmade herbal teas and fruit juices.

Some quite steep wooden steps lead down to a nice little, almost private beach. Thewre were no big waves, when there, but some strong currents, so one is better careful, when swimming. Going up again, there is a shower at the end of the steps.

The accomodation is very isolated, but from the main road (a 5 minutes walk up), one will always encounter a local bus either to St.George or Gouyave. A nearby restaurant called 'Eve's Cove' was closed when there. To the next tiny shop it is a 20 minutes walk towards Gouyave. In this direction are also the Concord Waterfalls, which are a lovely half-day walk (with return) from here.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank saronic
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Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

We stayed 3 nights at the cottages and fortunately we had of the 2 that are in the first floor....look at that view! A balcony with an hammock to this view, priceless!What about the private beach? Very well priced and we were the only people on the beach, priceless!

The rooms are simple with some details needing to be refurbished, but who cares when you fell asleep with the noises of the tropical forest, priceless!

Adding to the cottages there is the restaurant which only serves a single 3 course menu, always vegetarian. The food includes several fruits and vegetables grown in the property and the food is really delicious, $20, per person. The breakfast is also very tasty and you should try it at least once.

In short, if you prefer nature and exclusivity in detriment of modernist and fancy resorts, this is the place to be...

Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank José L
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Reviewed 13 March 2017

Cottages are fairly well provisioned, clean and have air conditioning. Wifi is available. We enjoyed the "off the beaten track" location and the great little black sand beach with good snorkelling. Despite the 160 steps down to the beach, it was worth the effort. The restaurant was excellent (vegetarian) and Kuddisi the chef and on site manager was an excellent host. Very quiet and relaxing destination. The Cottages could use a little "sprucing" up, mostly paint - a little elbow grease would go a long way. The location, although lovely, it is isolated from grocery and restaurants near by. As such, guests should ensure they bring an ample amount of grocery items for preparing meals in, or, as some guests did - rent a car.

Room Tip: Rooms on the upper level have a better view
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Chris S
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Myself and my boyfriend stayed in Mango Bay Cottages in Feb 2017. We stayed in both St. George's and by Grand Anse Beach and this was our favourite location. We stayed in a lower cottage and enjoyed this as there is a lot of local wildlife (birds, plants) that we enjoyed looking at. You can get a higher view from the restaurant cottage so we liked having the contrast.
The room is large and clean, king sized bed and air-conditioning. It also has a full kitchen. We ate the food from the restaurant it was amazing! Highly recommend! Mango Bay Cottages is in Concord Falls which is about a 30-40 minute bus ride from St. George's (this is where we went to get groceries, and different things we needed). The local bus will pick you up from the main road and will drop you back off. They're a bit crowded but cheap and definitely worth using. I would recommend using the bus system to get around. You can get anywhere on the island by bus.
There is a private beach that we used. It was amazing!! We did not have any issue getting down or up from the beach. Bring your snorkel gear, while we were there we seen loads of fish and an octopus! Usually the beach is empty however apparently people will boat over on the weekends to party on it, however, we did not stay during the weekend.
**Important to note is that the plugs are 220Volt. We had 110Volt, you can buy a "transformer" in St. George's at a store called Pennywise for about 10USD, or bring your own. We were not prepared for this. Some accommodations had voltage for both, however I think 220Volt is more common on the island.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Britt N
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