Kisa Hazz

Where does one begin to explain the beauty of this place. I was able to quarantine here for seven wonderful days. The host Jane and Elvis went above and beyond to make sure that I was comfortable and I appreciated that. I stayed in the Bougainvillea apartment, one of their newer additions to the property. The space was inviting from the onset with views, welcome muffins ( yummm) and the overall comfort of the bed. The room did not have an oven however, there’s a cook top, fridge, toaster and utensils which were more than adequate. If you needed anything just ask. Let’s talk decor and cleanliness of the room and property. I mean well kept and the room is inviting and soothing taking away the stress of traveling. My towels were fluffy and absorbent, when I tell you no details were spared in making the guest comfortable. The property has filtered water ( I didn’t listen to Elvis) so there’s no need to buy bottled water and conserve on plastic use. Also the room has a Brita, so walk with your own reusable bottles. The views on the property is unmatched and you have to see for yourself, the foliage and iguanas running up and down the tamarind tree. Lets not forget the beach is at your footstep, what more can one ask for, I can’t wait to return.


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Hurricane Beryl Grenada Mainland Update

The brunt of the storm was felt on the Northern area of Grenada and our sister Islands of Carriacou and Petit Martinique. We are a big part of the relief effort on our sister islands.

Your reservation is fine. We did get the storm, but damage on our part of the island was minimal.

Power, water, internet and all major services were restored the next day. All businesses are operational to help ensure your vacation is a wonderful experience. The airport was opened the next day for incoming and outgoing flights.

Sea Glass Place is fully operational and ready for your arrival. We suffered no damage. Looking forward to seeing you on the Spice Island. 

Sea Glass Place Management