About the property
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Situated In Bathway With Amazing Uninterupted Sea And Island Views
Large bright airy apartment, perfectly equipped to a high standard. Large bathroom with toilet, wash hand basin and wet room style shower. Bedroom with a UK king size bed, wardrobe and dressing table and a new ceiling fan. Large open plan living room with two double settees, breakfast bar table and stools and a modern well equipped kitchen, fridge and two ring induction cooker hob. Own private fenced veranda and gate and private entrance to flat overlooking large garden, patio table and chairs and direct sea views. Parking via drive.
Shared drive with ample parking. Own entrance to apartment situated below the main family residence. Totally self contained apartment with shared use of gardens with owner.
Interaction with Guests
As we live in the main house, we are available for help and advice throughout your stay. Denis was born in Grenada so has extensive knowledge of everything you could possibly want to see and do on the Island, all the best places to visit and eat etc. We have two lovely friendly dogs, who would love extra walks with willing guests and are excellent alert dogs.
Bathway is an area of outstanding beauty, situated in a quiet residential area. Friendly locals use the beach regularly although it is very quiet during the week and out of school holidays. Safe swimming is marked by the reef and has a lifeguard during the day. Fishing can be done on the cliffs opposite the flat or along the beach. There are several beach bars selling local rum, and a lovely restaurant run by a Grenadian and her Austrian husband (good keenly priced food). There are local country and cliff walks down to Levera beach (nesting beach of the endangered Leatherback Turtles ), Levera National park and Lake, and Savan Swazee. Most provisions can be bought at Sauteurs about 5 miles away, or from the larger busier town of Grenville about 10 miles. A small local shop is at River Sallee, a 15 minute walk.
Local buses from River Sallee, about a 15 to 20 minute walk, take you to Grenville (change for St Georges) and Sauteurs (nearest shopping town). A car is recommended but not essential, especially if you like walking along coastal routes to catch the bus. Buses from River Sallee are very cheap and regular and stop to pick you up and drop you at your request.
Other Things to Note
We can arrange tours of the Island and collection (at a cost) from the airport. Use of a washing machine within the house is available at additional cost. Due to environmental consciousness we have chosen not to fit air conditioning but the house is kept naturally cool due to the sea breezes.The breeze also ensures we are rarely troubled by mosquitoes and sandflys!!
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- May 18, 2018
About JANE Munro
Denis and I have been in the process of relocating to Grenada since 2013, building and designing our own house, and are nearing completion. Denis was born here but moved to the UK aged 14 years. We have been married for 25 years and have 3 beautiful(now grown up children). We have loved following our dream life here, meeting new friends and adapting to a very different but amazing lifestyle. We are both friendly and love to socialise, Denis being much quieter and reserved than me!! Denis worked as a surveyor , and I worked within social work, but now Denis does Project management and I have started recently within real estate. However we would love to welcome you to our Island and hope to make your stay here as relaxed and fulfilled as we are on this paradise Island in the sun.
JANE Munro purchased this Apartment in 2013
Why JANE Munro chose Saint Patrick
It has always been a dream for Denis to build his own house, something that would not have been financially possible in the UK. In such a fabulous location, we are truly blessed to have been able to follow our dreams.
What makes this Apartment unique
The view, and the view and of course the view. You will find it very clear why we chose this unique spot over any other on the beautiful Island of Grenada.
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100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
A totally different side to the island!
We stayed one week at "The Glass House." Jane and Dennis have built a wonderful home with an apartment to share with people like us, wanderers in search of unique experiences. The unit is exactly as described. The private, new and modern apartment which is on the first level of their home was beautifully clean and well appointed. We were greeted with a basket of fresh citrus fruit and local spices and a pitcher of freshly made local juice. A nice touch! They do not have air-conditioning (we really didn't need it in February) but will provide fans if needed. The furniture was comfortable, the location quiet except for the ever present sound of the pounding surf. We did not rent a vehicle for our stay, choosing to use the local transit (10 minute walk to the bus stop) which was efficient and inexpensive. They offer to pick up and deliver back to the airport for a fee (the going rate). What a bonus! They also let us know whenever they were heading off somewhere, offering to give us a lift. If you want to see another side of Grenada, do your exploring from "The Glass House." Thank you Jane and Dennis for a lovely stay.
Thank-you so much for a lovely review. We really enjoyed having you as guests and seeing you make the most of this beautiful Island. The North has so much more to offer travellers that want to escape the hustle and bustle of living in the city/town. As you suggested we are looking into a ceiling fan for those rarer less windy days that we have later on the year, although still trying to find one that will stand up to the sea blast that rusts everything and has a knack of ending the life of electrical appliances in record time!!
Do please come again one day!!
Quiet and restful, with a little spice
We began our Grenadian adventure at an apartment attached to the home of Denis and Jane Munro, located in a beautiful and quiet area, an hour or so from the busy tourist centers in Grenada's southwest. Lovingly built on a hill overlooking the Atlantic, the views were gorgeous, furnishings comfy, resident dogs friendly, and the best swimming beach just a short walk away. Because we did not want to rent a car after a long day of travel from Maryland, they picked us up at the airport and brought along an insulated bag so we could stop at a local grocery store and pick up a few provisions before heading north. That made our first day so much easier, and very enjoyable as we took in the countryside and got many helpful tips from our "tour guides." Denis and Jane also accompanied us on a walk to Bathway Beach that evening where we could grab an inexpensive fish or chicken dinner from one of several side-by-side snack shops and participate in the Monday after Easter celebrations of Grenadian residents--a national holiday. It was an unexpected plunge into Grenadian life, and our hosts' help in navigating food and beverage choices and the walk in the dark was most appreciated. Jane also made reservations for us with the local conservation group that leads night time expeditions to see leatherback turtles nesting on the protected beach of Levera National Park, also a short drive or healthy walk from their home. Seeing the massive female laboring to nest and cover her eggs was a rare gift.
The only thing that would make this location better for us would be to have island bus service stop in front of their house, although Jane did give us a ride to the nearest town where we could pick up the bus to Grenville, and she and Denis did seem quite willing to help in that way. We were also told that bus drivers could be coaxed into bringing us to their doorstep on the return ride for a small additional fee. That vibrant mix of color and pulsating music inside the bus was definitely the spice for this part of the trip.
We felt privileged to see more of the "real Grenada" in this area, and would be delighted to return here.
Many thanks for choosing to stay with us. Great review and some useful tips for future. Do come again!!
Steps from the beach, a spotless accommodation , and charming host.
5 minutes walk to the supervised beach, food vendors, picnic tables, bathrooms.
Thanks for the great review and choosing to stay with us. Do come again!!
Couldn't be happier
My wife an I just returned from Grenada. This apartment is a gem. It is an easy walk to the beach and has expansive ocean views from the deck. Jane, the owner, is welcoming and helpful with directions and local information. That said, the location may not be everyone's cup of tea. If you are looking for nightlife and a wide selection of restaurants, stay closer to St. Georges. However, it you want to explore, see nesting leather-back turtles, be the only people on a pristine beach with pounding surf -- this apartment cannot be beat at any price.
Many thanks for choosing to stay at The Glass House. We are so glad that you had a lovely time, it was clearly evident from the smiles on your faces how much you enjoyed staying in the North!! Thanks for leaving the apartment super clean, always appreciated We loved having you and getting to know you both. Do come again, there is still so much to see, and I have a strong feeling you will !!
Everything you need for a comfortable stay
Very close to Bathway Beach, and loved hearing the waves crashing as we slept.
Kitchen was well equipped with a full size fridge.
Remember to bring your own beach towels as that is one thing not provided but the owners but they will loan out for a fee.
This property is better enjoyed if you have a vehicle, as shopping and attractions are not within walking distance.
All in all one of the nicest properties we have stayed at.
Really glad that you enjoyed your stay, we will happily welcome you both again.
Perfect location, great host! My husband and I really enjoyed our time in Grenada.
Great apartment! It's well furnished and very comfortable! Would definitely look up the Glass House on our next trip to Grenada.
Grenada is known as the "Isle of Spice" and is located in the south-eastern region of the
Caribbean,100 miles north of Venezuela. Grenada is a three island state comprising Grenada,
Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Grenada is the largest of the three, occupying 120 square miles
and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful and unspoilt islands in the Caribbean.
Its volcanic origin has produced a wide selection of tropical scenery ranging from mountainous
rainforests, with a large variety of plant and animal life, to glorious waterfalls, hot springs and
crater lakes. The coastline is indented with an equal variety of stunning bays and beaches.
Historical delights include military forts with magnificent views of the picturesque St. George's.
Fascinating artifacts spanning the turbulent history of Grenada are housed in the Grenada National Museum. To the north of the island lies the
famous Leapers' Hill, a 100 ft cliff, from which in 1651 the indigenous Carib Indians threw themselves rather than surrender to the French.
Grenada is 21 miles long by 12 miles wide making the total area 133 square miles.
Approximately 95,000 people live in Grenada.
Dry season occurs between January and May and although the rest of the year is the rainy season, rainfall is usually short and does
not occur daily. The temperature ranges between 75º F and 87º F, with average temperatures in the low 80º's F made more comfortable
by the trade winds.
Grenada is a member of the British Commonwealth and the Governor General represents the Queen. There is a 13 member Senate and
a House of Representatives with a Speaker and the 15 members each represent a constituency.
The currency is the Eastern Caribbean (EC) dollar, which is linked to the US dollar at EC$2.67 to US $1.00. All major credit cards are
accepted by hotels, car rental companies and shops.
A variety of international airlines offer regular flights both direct and indirect to Grenada. These include British Airways, Virgin, Air Jamaica,
American Airlines and Air Canada.
Voltage is 220volts, 50 cycles. Appliances rated 110 volts can be used with a transformer which are provided by most hotels along with
dual voltage shaver units.
There is the General Hospital in St. George's, a smaller hospital in Mirabeau, St. Andrew's and a private clinic in St. Paul's. There are also
several private doctors, most of whom can also make house calls.
Spice Island Billfish Tournament.
La Source Grenada Sailing regatta.
Carriacou Carnival celebrations involving two days of street parades, masquerade bands, calypso and soca singers.
Grenada Round the Island Easter Regatta.
Fisherman's Birthday, celebrating the fishing communities around the island.
Carriacou Regatta Festival.
The Grenada Carnival is a cultural extravanga held over several days with colorful costumed bands, calypso and steel band
competitions and ends with a large street party.
Rainbow City Festival- Festivities, held in Grenville.
TTSA Carriacou Sailing Series Annual Regatta
CONSULATES / EMBASSIES
Office of the British High Commission Consulate of the Netherlands Consul for Spain
Embassy of the United States of America Consul for France Consul for Trinidad and Tobago
Embassy of China Consul for Italy Consul for Guyana
Embassy of Venezuela Consul for Jamaica
Embassy of Cuba Consul for Sweden
Additional pricing information
Stays of 2 nights or less are subject to an additional cleaning fee of £15.00 per night.