Mary, David and Bart

Elvis and Jane are a great host and hostess! They arranged for a driver to pick us up and to stop at the grocery store en route. Their place has a great layout! Several decks with places to relax in the sun or shade and a lovely private like beach at the bottom. You can walk to Grand Anse Beach or St. George’s, but the number 1 bus will stop right out front and is $1 US per person. They were very attentive, insightful and helpful during our stay. The kitchen was stocked with essentials and there is a hibachi grill you can use on the deck. Jane and Elvis kept us supplied in marvelous mangoes and homemade mango and banana bread, yum! We also enjoyed starfruit, limes and Caribbean apples from the property. My son especially enjoyed the kayaks and we snorkeled along the shore. A very relaxing and enjoyable vacation! We spent 3 days diving with Aquanauts and lunched frequently at Umbrellas. You won’t go wrong here unless you are looking for party central…if you are, this may be the wrong island for you!

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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