Gerard and Rita: 535-0512
Gerard Baine has a boat at BBC beach seasonally, and can take you out on a private boat ride. Call him for availability and prices.
It’s on your way to the beach. You can’t miss it. Two beers for $5 US. Burgers and the best Fish Tacos on the island! Tell them Faith and Steve sent you. You won’t get anything free, except a big smile! Watch out for the high octane rum though, it will knock you on your butt. This is the best place to watch the sunset and take some pictures to post to social media and make all your friends jealous.
Happy hour Mondays from 4pm-7pm.
Beach BBQ & DJ Saturdays from 7:30pm.
We love Phillipe! He has an excellent chef and lovely waitresses.
Tell him we sent you over from The Love Shack. Now located at the Allamanda Beach resort.
Every Sunday from about 3pm-10pm.
Book Gerard or ask your host how to get there.
Or check out Shadowfax tours for a lobster and champagne tour.
You gotta squeeze this in! This is a small village and this is a long time local tradition. Ask your host to hook you up with a tour bus or the lovely staff at the Flamboyant may be able to hook you up if you ask nicely.
Yoyo! Caution – not much is open on Sunday’s. Prepare yourself. Eat in or get a pizza delivery from Rick’s Cafe.
General business hours are Monday through Friday 8am-4pm, Saturday 8am-12n.
Carriocou is an island that is part of Grenada with some great snorkelling and diving. You may choose to do a day trip or stay overnight.
Monday to Saturday departs 9am, return departs 3:30pm
Sunday departs 8am, return departs (…..)
Don’t let this trick you out! There are 2 ferries. Which one goes is a toss up, depending on which one runs that day…?
I know, right? It costs about $31 USD each way, per person.
Get your tickets in advance at the ticket office or show up on there day no later than 1/2 hour prior to departure at The Queens Jetty on the Carenage, across from the fire station in St. George’s. Take the number 1 bus from the bottom of the hill.
You can also fly or book a schooner to Carriocou. Check with St. James Travel & Tours at 4 Goshen Hill, Grand Anse, 473-439-2828 or ask your host to hook you up.
This is a beautiful island! Cate your own itinerary or take the advice of a tour guide. We like Greg Taxi & Tours the best. He is often sat at the Flamboyant, or call him on 473-406-0891 or 538-7465
Cool off in a mountain water river with a gentle flow, taking in the sites,smells and sounds of the rainforest. Call Adventure River Tubing on 444-5337 for a reservation and which bus to take. Warning! Buses can be very full on the return and they may just pass you by. Book a taxi for the return or risk it.
Visit the very little petting zoo across the road and get a cool drink.
Adventure also does Jeep Tours.
Call Horizon Yacht Charters on 473-439-1000. They keep their boats in ship shape condition and can help you with itineraries and places to visit. Your host can help you with other options, but don’t settle for cheap, go with safe and sound!
Check your brochures in our library for more fun ideas, and let us know your favourite in our online guest book.
Currency: The local currency is Eastern Caribbean Dollar. It is tied to the US Dollar at a fixed rate of about 2.70. Some will take both currencies, some don’t. Most places take credit cards, but some don’t. Get yourself started by exchanging some of your money for the ECD at the airport currency exchange desk by passport control. Your credit card and debit card may charge you additional fees, so check with your bank.
Internet: We know it’s hard to completely disconnect, so we offer limited wifi. You can check your email and post on social media to be sure your friends are green with envy at your great fortune, but you can’t stream movies or hang out on YouTube. Now get your swim suit on, lather on the sun cream and head for the beach!
Pharmacy, Grocery, ATM, Bagels, Gift Shops: All at the bottom of the hill off the big roundabout or in the mall.
Sangria – Tapas at Allamanda Beach Resort
Mt. Cinnamon – The next resort over from Flamboyant. Great service and food at the beach side dining room.saturday night bonfire and s’mores.
Umbrellas – Near the main entrance to Grand Anse beach, about a 20 minute walk down the beach from Flamboyant. Popular with students.
Patricks – take the #1 bus or a taxi, just across from Port Louis Marina. Local food, tapas style, but you’d better be hungry when you go!
BB’s Crab Shack– a little hard to find, but worth it! In St George, go through the tunnel next to the Fort entrance. Look for the above your head sign and wind around to the right. Enjoy the harbour view!
Not our style, but if you want a bit more posh and more western food:
Aquarium, The Cave House, Prickly Bay, True Blue Bay.
Check the “Lime & Dine” magazine in the library for more ideas.
If you feel you’d like to rent a car or moped, your host can hook you up. If you’re a right hand side driver, take note, Grenada drives on the left side. You’ll need a local driving permit and you must wear a seatbelt. Honestly, between the rasta buses and taxis, you can get just about anywhere. Oh, you’ll need a good set of walking feet too!
Cost about $48 EC (about $18 USD) from the airport to the Grenada Love Shack. Plenty of taxis when you exit the airport. Directions provided with booking agreement. We can also arrange for Greg Taxi to pick you up. He’s our preferred supplier. He knows where to drop you off for easiest access to the Love Shack.
These tidbits were correct at time of publication. We take no responsibility for errors, so please ask around to confirm information.
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