Morne Jaloux Apartments, enjoy breathtaking views!

Entire rental unit hosted by Christine

  1. 5 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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A spacious 2 bedroom apartment, high up on the Morne Jaloux ridge, boasting breathtaking views of the deep blue sea and a gorgeous green valley below. Enjoy the constantly cool breeze from your veranda and you are just ten minute drive from some of the worlds most beautiful beaches. A welcome basket of local fruits, chocolate and spices will greet you upon arrival.

The space
There are dogs on the property but behind a gate.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
3 single beds

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Patio or balcony
Hair dryer
Refrigerator
Microwave
Dedicated workspace
Long-term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Saint Georges, Saint George, Grenada

Festivals | Beaches | Waterfalls/Lakes | Historical Sites | Nightlife

FESTIVALS

Grenada Spice Mas Festival (Islandwide)
The premier cultural event, ‘Spice Mas’ is Grenadian expression in all its glory, climaxing during the second Monday and Tuesday in August, this annual event has multiple activities leading up to carnival. In St George's - J'Ouvert Monday starts around 4am along the Lagoon Road. Find out more here: (URL HIDDEN)

Carriacou Carnival
Encompasses wild and wonderfully expressive street dances, soca frenzy, parade of the bands and a calypso competition that combines rhythm with humorous and stinging social commentary. Celebrated at the beginning of March, Carriacou's Carnival offers the unique highlight and feature of the Shakespeare Mas to onlookers.

Grenada Sailing Festival
An internationally famous event, this Festival welcomes sailing captains and crews for some of the most exciting races and related activities. Headquartered at the Port Louis Marina, the annual four-day Festival commences at the end of January featuring international yacht racing from Grenada’s southern coast. Part of the Southern Caribbean Regatta Circuit, the celebrations extend to a second weekend for a popular Work Boat Regatta from Grand Anse Beach. (URL HIDDEN)

BEACHES

Grand Anse Beach (St. George - 10 minute drive)
A silky stretch of sheltered white sand where visitors and locals enjoy the view of the capital, this world famous beach spans two miles/three kilometres along the southwest coastline. Nearby water sport specialists, hotels, restaurants and a Vendors Market which offers a variety of services and local products. A gym and a supermarket is also in the vicinity.

Morne Rouge Beach (also known as BBC, St. George - 10 minute drive)
With its usually quiet, shallow waters and white sand, this popular beach is sheltered by Quarantine Point. It is a perfect spot to relax in silence or with the laughter of family and friends.

La Sagesse Beach (St. David - 15 minute drive)
Once ranked 3rd among the 10 most Tropical Beaches by the Sunday Times, the La Sagesse Beach is like an escape from reality. The quiet, secluded environment is ideal for vacationers. The grey and white sands along this lengthy south eastern shoreline cover smooth coves and encounter rugged coastal rocks. The La Sagesse Nature Centre, with its tropical gardens and calming presence, enhances the sense of escape experienced at this out-of-the-way beach in the Parish of St. David.

Bathway Beach (St. Patrick - 1 hour drive)
Found in the distinctively agricultural surrounds of the Parish of St. Patrick, Bathway is a favorite socialising spot. An ideally located coral reef encloses the swimming and snorkeling strip along the white sand beach. Venturing beyond the protective reef is not advised.

Levera Beach (St. Patrick - 90 minute drive)
An isolated stretch of white sand in the Parish of St. Patrick, Levera emits a sense of timelessness. This beach is closed at night during the months of March to August each year for the leatherback turtles nesting season. To access the beach, you need to book a tour with SPECTO to receive a permit pass and guided tour.

WATERFALLS/LAKES

Annandale Waterfalls (St. George - 20 minute drive)
Just a short drive from the capital, Annandale Falls are enclosed in a garden of green and a wall of rocks covered in soft ferns and other vegetation. A dip is most invigorating. Or simply revel in the beauty and sounds of the falls. Spend time in the surrounding gardens where tropical flowers and trees flourish and visit the Interpretation Centre.

Concord Waterfalls (St. John - 30 minute drive)
A challenge for the unprepared, but exhilarating for those accustomed to rushing falls from on high. Walk the walk if you wish, or simply admire from a standstill. Be prepared to walk and walk some more to enjoy the wonders of Concord.

Grand Etang Lake (St. Andrew - 30 minute drive)
Located in the Grand Etang Forest Reserve, the Grand Etang Lake is a natural water filled crater of one of Grenada's extinct volcanoes. The rain forest around the lake holds a stupendously rich diversity of flora and fauna. Colorful tropical birds, tiny frogs and lizards, and rare orchids punctuate the dense rain forest vegetation, and the trails meander around the area's stunning waterfalls as well as the azure waters of Grand Etang Lake.

Lake Antoine (St. Patrick - 50 minute drive)
This shallow crater lake, like Grand Etang, is host to a wide variety of wildlife. The lake's perimeter trail, a beautiful walk in itself, is another of Grenada's excellent attractions for birdwatchers. Among the species frequently sighted are the snail kite, the fulvous whistling duck, large billed seed-finch, gray kingbird and limpkin.

HISTORICAL SITES

Fort Frederick (St. George - 5 minutes drive)
Located on Richmond Hill, this fort affords stunning 360° views which include the town of St. George, Grand Anse, Point Salines, and several settlements in St. David. There is a small entry fee which goes toward its upkeep.

Fort Matthew:
Situated steps away from Fort Frederick this fort is well worth a visit for its history and photo opportunities. Inside you will find Clarks Court Cave which is a bar open everyday with live bands and entertainment on most nights.

Grenada Distillers (St. George - 5 minutes drive)
Formerly known as the Grenada Sugar Factory, this is the home of the famous Clarkes Court Rum. Located in Woodlands Valley, St. George, guided tours are available and rum products may be purchased.

Westerhall Plantation (St David - 20 minute drive)
Home of Westerhall Plantation Rum and other rum products, where a tour includes a visit to a small on site museum and details of the history of the estate and its relics are discussed. It is located in Westerhall on the eastern main road. Tel: ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).

River Antoine Estate (St Patrick - 1 hour drive)
A historical distillery where the process of rum production has seen little change since the 1800s. It is the oldest functioning water-propelled distillery not only in Grenada, but also throughout the Caribbean. Located to the north of Grenada, visitors are welcome. Tel: ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).

Carib's Leap (Sauteurs, St Patrick - 1 hour drive)
Located north of the town of Sauteurs is a steep cliff face that descends vertically into the sea for more than 100 feet. It was from the top of the cliff that Grenada's last remaining Carib Indians hurled themselves in 1651, preferring suicide to domination by the French.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station (50 minute drive)
One of the largest nutmeg processing factories on the island. See the workers choose, grade and package the nutmegs. You can also step into the stencil room and get a local jute bag customized with any words of your choice. At the end of your tour, explore ‘Nutmeg World’ for packaged spices, clothing and other locally made tokens to remember your tour.

Fish Friday (Gouyave - 50 minute drive)
Every Friday is Fish Friday in the west coast town of Gouyave. From 6pm on Friday, vendors take to the streets to sell their fish meals - everything fish you can imagein: fried, steamed, grilled of all kins - tuna, kingfish, snapper, shrimp, lobster - as well as local juices and beers. It is an evening of food, fun and entertainment for the entire family.

River Sallee Boiling Springs (St. Patrick - 1 hour drive)
Located in the north east of the island, the boiling springs are noted not only for their unique geology but also because it is an area of spiritual importance for the local residents. Visitors are inspired to throw coins into the fountain while they make a wish.

NIGHTLIFE

Club Bananas (St George - 10 minute drive)
Bananas Restaurant, Sports-Bar and Night Club in True Blue offers something for everyone each day of the week.
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Fantazia 2001 Nightclub (St George - 10 minute drive)
Offers evening entertainment with Oldie Goldies on Wednesday, a mixture of current styles on Fridays and DJ Party on Saturday. The club is open from 8 pm to 4 am. (URL HIDDEN)

Club Galaxy (St George - 10 minute drive)
Grenada's Premier Night Club (URL HIDDEN)

Prickly Bay Marina
Great on a Wednesday night for Bingo and Friday night for live bands and DJ entertainment. (URL HIDDEN)

Hosted by Christine

  1. Joined in April 2015
  • 2 Reviews
I was born in the UK to Grenadian parents. I love food, photography, carnival, travel, salsa dancing and spinning (on a bike in a gym, not in circles). I can tell you the best places to visit in Grenada, for long or short stays, to ensure you make the best of your time on the beautiful Isle of Spice.
I was born in the UK to Grenadian parents. I love food, photography, carnival, travel, salsa dancing and spinning (on a bike in a gym, not in circles). I can tell you the best plac…

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