About this listing
ONE MONTH MINIMUM May through November.
One week minimum December through April.
Please note that all of the reviews on this page refer to my other home in Charleston, South Carolina.
Our villa is on the northeast cape of the island, as far as you can get from the main tourist areas and major city (thirty miles, about one hour away). Our beach is called Bathway because a natural breakwater forms a huge protected pool, with water that varies from dead calm to more like a spa with jets turned on high. The area is a National Park, with a visitor center and ecology displays and a new pier allowing access to the fresh-water lake and bird sanctuary. An extinct volcano worth climbing for the view, mangrove swamps, the ruin of an eighteenth-century English fort, and various walks complete the area. Apart from a few dozen homes, a couple of beach “shack” cafes, a good restaurant, and a tiny souvenir shop, no commercial development is allowed. We are about a seven-minute stroll from the beach, high enough to take full advantage of the tradewinds and, best of all, to provide a glorious ocean view from the terrace. Spend a few moments on the terrace; you will know why the villa is called Tradewinds, and you may feel like never leaving.
The kitchen and both bathrooms are renovated to a high standard. Mattressses, bed linens and towels are superior. Please see our (email hidden) and let us know your questions.
Three bedrooms, two baths, fully equipped kitchen, everything you will need, even hammocks for the beach trees.
Interaction with Guests
My friend and manager Mrs. Pitt lives nearby and is available to help with any questions or needs.
Friendly people, beautiful natural environment, variety, interesting attractions in the area, Tradewinds offers a great escape for a vacation or an adventure-filled opportunity to know the real Grenada...or both!
You'll want a car if you want to explore, but local transport is possible. Let me know if you want information.
Food and garbage must be in tight containers to prevent an ant invasion. Be respectful of our neighbor, lock doors when leaving, and smoke only outside. Contact our local manager with any questions or concerns.