Our first trip advisor review is extremely positive - we had a wonderful stay at Zandoli Inn for 8 nights in January 2013. Room 3 had a balcony overlooking the grounds and sea and a window overlooking the bay. We sat in bed watching hummingbirds visiting flowers and the weather passing over the hills on the other side of the bay. The breezes kept the room cool - you can sleep with your windows open and listen to the waves below and be woken by the sunrise. The food was amazing - we can't think why you would want to eat anywhere else once you've tasted Jenn's delights. Nothing was too much trouble even catering for a fish lover and a non fish eater - I got to eat all the wonderful delights of the ocean as well as relishing the beef pork and smoked chicken all served with great sauces, dips and salads. Jenn will cook whatever your stomach tells you it wants - vegetable pasta for a change was a great. As for the deserts - small delicate and full of flavour - the chocolate mousse was our favourite. We made time to explore and enjoy the grounds wandering along the paths discovering the well placed benches, appreciating the plants and views (see CnJ photos). Linda finds out your interests and helps arrange guides etc if you need them and Linda and Jenn are both great sources of information about the island. We highly recommend Zandoli Inn to people who appreciate good food, company as well as peace and quiet in a beautiful setting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A tranquil, secluded hideaway with captivating views, dramatically located on six acres of forest gardens 80 feet above the sea. For the adventurous, the boulder shoreline below provides sea access for those who snorkel. Resident guests enjoy breakfast and dinner overlooking the Grand Bay and the sparkling village across the bay. Zandoli Inn is just a 25 minute drive from Roseau and a special place to stay while investigating the southern end of the island of Dominica. ... more less