Fodor's Expert Review Petite Anse Hotel

Grenada

Experienced travelers love this delightful oceanfront hotel at the northern tip of Grenada; it's surrounded by beautiful gardens on one side and an unobstructed view of the southern Grenadines on the other. Two rooms are in the main house; the others are in separate cottages scattered around the pool and gardens. All rooms are decorated with antique mahogany furniture and rich fabrics, and each has a deck or patio with a magnificent view of the sea. Produce for the restaurant is largely grown on the property or at the nearby plantation where the owners, Philip and Annie Clift, live. Philip was a cattle and hop farmer in England, as well as a successful restaurateur, prior to fulfilling his dream by building Petite Anse. Bring a few books, your bathing suit, good walking shoes to explore the nearby hills and dales, and prepare to relax in an idyllic environment.

PROS

  • romantic setting
  • secluded palm-studded beach
  • surrounded by inviting, woodsy trails

CONS

  • rental car advised
  • it's a trek down to the beach
  • long drive from the airport

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Green, Romantic, Views
Quiet
Remote
Design
$$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 473-442–5252

HOTEL DETAILS

2 rooms, 13 cottages
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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