One never really knows what one is getting when booking an accommodation online, based only on pictures and descriptions. However, we definitely lucked out with Two Bays Villa! (This accommodation is owned and rented out separately from Cabier Ocean Lodge, but is managed by the latter.) This little paradise (located near but not in the village of Crochu), is situated high on a promontory between two bays, facing east. There was literally ALWAYS a lovely breeze and the views were spectacular. The main unit of this self catering villa consists of a separate main bedroom with a comfortable king size bed, a fully equipped kitchen overlooking the main living area, and a large bathroom with a huge open shower area. On three sides of this unit are wide verandas which are accessed via louvered double doors from the living areas and the bedroom, opening up to the views and the breezes. Ceiling fans are in the rooms and there is AC, but truly, we never used the latter. During the day we left the doors wide open and practically lived on the porch, utilizing the beautiful teak tables, chairs, bench and swing. In the evening, before going to bed, we still had all the doors open, but left the indoor lights off. The veranda became our living area and we had all of the porch lights glowing. This is where we read, played games or had a nightcap. When we finally went to bed, we closed the doors but kept the upper louvers open to continue to let the cooling breezes in. We saw and felt no mosquitoes, and I am someone who normally attracts them! This villa also has its own swimming pool with vista views and we used it daily. Additionally there is a lovely little white sand beach, (suitable for children), which is shared with Cabier Lodge and is also open to the community. The second bay is more a small fishing harbour area. We enjoyed watching a few local fishermen come into this bay to hand net their catch. (Incidentally, there are also two one bedroom studios which can be opened to join the main villa, or rented separately.)
If you are searching for a private, quiet, updated and tastefully decorated accommodation, this place would suit you. One does need a rental car but the roads are quite good especially compared to other Caribbean islands. Many of the recommended tourist destinations (Belmont Estate, River Antoine Rum Distillery, Grenville and the wonderful fish market, for example) are close by. Dinners (which are excellent), and continental breakfasts CAN be had at the main lodge, but other options, such as La Sagesse, are nearby. We did spend our last few nights on the western side of Grenada, but the crowds, traffic, noise and many tourists made us wish to be back at Two Bays. We will definitely return.
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