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“The natural Caribbean- with knobs on!”
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Cabier beach, great for swimming and snorkelling, just 100 yards away!
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Cabier beach, great for swimming and snorkelling, just 100 yards away!
Terrace Restaurant at Cabier Ocean Lodge
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Studio, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2
Crochu, Saint Andrew Parish, Grenada

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186338Che...
London, United Kingdom
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5 reviews
4 hotel reviews
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“The natural Caribbean- with knobs on!”
Reviewed 29 August 2017 for a stay in August 2017

I've just got back from an idyllic 10 days in the Bayside studio. I went with friends who were in the other studio (Beachside) and the main villa itself and I cannot think of a more relaxing rural place to be. It is off the beaten track and yet there is the luxury of a beautifully built villa, with all mod cons such as fluffy white towels, regular cleaning, a superb infinity pool and only a few steps to the lovely sand beach. There are outside showers down at the small hotel and outside the villa to rinse off the sand after a swim in the sea, and other touches such as full mosquito nets over the beds, so you can sleep happily without any worries. The views are on both sides of the bluff, down to the sandy beach from one side of the villa, or over the other, wilder bay from my studio. You can watch the freewheeling birds swooping for food, butterflies on the vibrant flowered shrubs, or locals coming down from the local village for a swim.
We either ate on the large verandah at the villa, or went down to the small Cabier hotel restaurant, where the food is delicious and the rum punches enormous!
I particularly liked the feeling of being away from it all, although I did also enjoy the odd day in St. Georges, either shopping or eating or sightseeing.
If you want to experience rural Grenada in a luxurious way, then this would be for you.

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1 Sep 2017
We love it when our guests really enjoy our patch of rural and natural Grenada and the Caribbean as it used to be rather than the tourist orientated hotels.
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East Aurora, New York
Reviewed 26 March 2017 for a stay in March 2017

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Management Response
27 Mar 2017
Two Bays at Cabier is very rural - it is as the original Caribbean used to be before mass tourism if experiencing a natural and beautiful Caribbean environment floats your boat. There are no screens and it is incredibly relaxing. We tell our guests that if they keep the outside veranda lights on when reading inside it distracts virtually all the insects.

It is a different pattern of life there.

To scuba or snorkel it is a 45 minute drive down to the St George's area - I do it as do a lot of ur guests for a two tank dive, but with the opportunity to come out of the urban tourist area down there to relax in beautiful surroundings afterwards at Cabier.

Nick Hamilton
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MinnaKris...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Level 3 Contributor
15 reviews
6 hotel reviews
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“A great place to stay!”
Reviewed 15 February 2015 for a stay in February 2015

We really enjoyed our stay at the Two Bays Bayside studio - the views are magnificent (which you can admire from the lovely infinity pool as well!) and the studio is well equipped and clean. The apartment does get quite hot but there are fans and you can pay for AC if need be. I'd definitely go back!

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Your age range 25-34
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Shaldon Devon England
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19 reviews
4 hotel reviews
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Reviewed 8 June 2014 for a stay in April 2014
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jon h
Shaldon Devon England
Level 3 Contributor
19 reviews
4 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
“Fantastic”
Reviewed 7 June 2014 for a stay in April 2014

Location, facilities, people, food, beaches, rum etc, etc all fantastic.

We stayed in a studio, wonderful views, very peaceful, very clean and all kitchen facilities. We caught or bought fish, cooked at home or on locals' grill down on the beach.

Bruno is the soul of Cabier, his great personality, utterly charming, brilliant sense of humour and superb cooking (mahi mahi skewer lit at your table amazing, also lots of other dishes). How can he talk so many languages at equal speed to his own, making jokes all the time? The day trip he does of the island was brilliant, we did chocolate plantation (choc not my thing, thought I would have to endure this, it was fascinating), rum distillery (def my thing), nutmeg processing plant and waterfall (you jump off the cliff). Also the Hashes (country walks where you meet loads of people and see parts you never would otherwise) he can take you to are great fun. Try the souse (pigs trotters), yuck.

The staff, especially Gaico (spelling?), Honest John and Gail were lovely, the guys will tell you where and how to fish and lots of local information.
Shelley got involved with the petting zoo, helping out on a few mornings which she loved. And the dogs, especially Lassie.
Iris was very caring when I hurt my foot and lights a mean skewer.

A very special mention for Sophie, a french placement student, who made friends with Shelley and they did all the hashes together. A real treasure.

Grenada is a very special place, very laid back and friendly. A bit of very low level hassle, but everyone ok when you just say no politely. More often people will offer tips about places to go, eat, fish etc. ALWAYS give people hitching a lift, they will tell you loads about local stuff, places etc.
If you into fishing, there are the normal charters, about £500 a day. Or go to the fish market in Grenville (worth it just to see fish), ask for Chris, one of the women cutters, who will introduce you to one of the small boat skippers. This is hand-lining with the locals, we had 33 3-7lb tuna in about 3 hours. The deal was I paid for the gas, about £40, but the catch was so good, he only wanted £25. Saw my biggest Leatherback, even the guys were impressed and stopped the boat to watch. While in Grenville, go to the roti shop, £2.50 for a huge lambie (conch) roti, fantastic. Veg market round the back vg too.
The underwater sculpture park is amazing. If you just turn up at Dragon Bay (great beach bar), Fresh will greet you and take you out in his rowing boat, show you the sights, about £15, well worth it. You can swim round for later trips if you have fins. Stunning snorkelling, barracuda (totally harmless, very inquisitive), lion fish unfortunately, but very beautiful, lobster, trumpet fish, the list is endless.

The island rum at £5 a bottle is great, Iron Jack (70% abv) my very great favourite. Crochu (the village by Cabier) has a population of 900 and 75 rum shops.

Our whole trip (except Virgin Atlantic on the way back) was one of the best holidays ever, so many memorable times and people. We will be going back.

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OneBareFo...
Rye, United Kingdom
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“Perfect Hide Away in Tropical Paradise”
Reviewed 9 April 2014 for a stay in March 2014

My wife and I visted Two Bays Bayside for a week at the end of March. We dithered as to what location we should stay at for our trip to Grenada. We eventually chose Two Bays as we wanted to experience the real Grenada and not be part of the holiday community at Grande Anse. We are so pleased we made that choice as Two Bays exceeded our expectations, a lovely remote location with fantastic views from the balcony and 2 minute walk to the secluded beach. The studio was fully serviced every day which we were not expecting and had excellent Wi Fi should you need it. The villa is adjacent to Cabier Lodge so meals and drinks are available on site at the terrace bar and restaurant. The whole place is run in a very relaxed atmosphere, the staff were friendly and courteous .We booked directly through the owner Nick at Hamilton Holidays who sent all the relevant information and made the whole booking process very easy. I would recommend hiring a 4X4 as Two Bays is off the beaten track and also makes an ideal base for exploring the rest of Grenada which is absolutely beautiful and full of character.

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Reviewed 3 March 2014 for a stay in January 2014

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