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Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments

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Self-catering beachfront cottages and apartments located on a quiet tree-shaded beach in Lance aux Epines with a panoramic view of the ocean and mountains. Swimming pool, tennis court and jetty giving access to the coral reef.
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Moffedillen wrote a review Oct 2004
Oslo, Norway222 contributions171 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I spent four days here in January with my girlfriend, and had a amazing time, even if the weather was horrible one evening/night. The managers were extremely helpful and friendly, and also the locals were great, picking us up everytime we started walking to get to the shop or restaurants. Stopped in five different caribbean islands, but this one was the highlight!
Recommended!
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Date of stay: January 2004
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leech_family wrote a review Jul 2006
London England118 contributions132 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed for 2 weeks in July 2006 with my wife and our 2 kids (aged 12 and 14). We were in one of the two-bedroom cottages which have a definite wow-factor when it comes to the location looking out over the ocean. Even my seen-it-all kids were seriously impressed. Cottages are spacious and well maintained although perhaps slightly tired in some aspects of furniture, pots/pans and cutlery. These were just minor detractions in the context of the overall facilties -lovely gardens leading down to the ocean, great-fun 150' jetty into the sea (snorkelling off the end is OK but not amazing, very good for beginners). A decent swimming pool and tennis court adds to the package.

Before arrival I had been concerned about the lack of air-con but in fact the steady ocean breeze plus ceiling fans were absolutely fine and far more pleasant (and healthy) that an air-con unit blasting out all night.

We were there in the Caribbean "low/rainy season" and therefore the rates were very reasonable - check the Coral Cove website for all relevant pricing. I have only been to the Caribbean in the high/dry season prevously and had been concerned on the weather but in fact we got just as much sun as we have ever done - it is just when the rain comes down, it really comes down!

Staff and management at Coral Cove could not have beem more accomodating and I thoroughly recommend this place to couples and families alike. It is quiet so do not expect a hectic social life! Like most places on Grenada you really need to a hire car to get to the best beaches and restaurants (I booked with Y&R who were OK). There are taxi's and minibuses but the care hire rates are reasonable, and for us Brits they drive on the "right" side of the road (note it is also Brit electric plug sockets and 220v as well).

The money you save on the reasonable accomodation rates will be required to help your restaurant bills, like most of the Caribbean dining out is pricey (dinners typically USD40-50 per head) at the most the popular restaurants though there are cheaper options as well. I would recommend the Beach House and Aquarium for atmospheric and quality dining, food is also good at the Red Crab but not with the same ambience. Rhodes at the Calabash and La Luna are very nice but not really worth the extra in my view. Cheaper-eat options include "Southside" near Grand Anse, the Boulangerie (good value for lunch and take out pastries) also near Grand Anse, pizza at Prickly Bay Marina and the Choo Light Chinese is OK as well.

There's not a huge amount of sightseeing (or shopping) opportunities on Grenada but visiting a couple of the waterfalls can be fun and La Sagesse beach was our favourite. The island is small - around 50 miles by 15 - but the roads very windy and of variable quality - a trip to the north of the island was too much for our kids to endure.

In all a thoroughly satisfactory holiday and do put this place near the top of your list of options if you are looking at self-catering in Grenada. It seems to have a much nicer location than many of the hotels we saw.
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Date of stay: June 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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topcat71 wrote a review May 2005
warwick7 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Coral Cove Cottages for two weeks and rented a cottage. Our cottage was looking onto the ocean which was amazing. We thought that Coral Cove was beautiful. Our children loved the pool and enjoyed the beach. The maids were really friendly and each day would come and clean the cottage and change bed linen and towels. We would definately recommend Coral Cove for value for money. We would also recommend renting a car if possible to get around the island to experience Grenada to the full. Amazing place, amazing people, truly relaxing, paradise!!!
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Date of stay: April 2005
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Caribauthor wrote a review May 2012
Colchester, Essex.241 contributions137 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Our trip this year to Grenada, staying at Coral Cove, was our second in two years, so that's a recommendation in itself. We knew that the place hadn't been 'improved' much since our last stay but everything is functional and as another reviewer remarked, 'solidly built.' Most cottages and apartments have AC now but given the steady brisk wind coming off the east Caribbean you can get by without it. Windows can be left open at night because efficient mozzy screens cover all windows; but having said that, the constant cooling breeze keeps the little blighters at bay anyway. But let's face it, this is the tropics and there are bound to be mozzies, a few centipedes and beetles and such encroaching. However, I believe that the properties are treated with a long lasting insecticide because any little critter that made it past the threshold didn't seem to survive very long. A tip though, keep the plugs in the kitchen sinks or you may get a cute little bell frog, smaller than your thumb, singing its 'boink' song to you on the draining board in the evening. They’re utterly harmless and provide a few minutes diversion.
More importantly; Coral Cove's daily maid service is fantastic; the standard of cleanliness is exemplary and there were even fresh flower displays on the dining table every day. Nothing ever appears to be too much trouble. The proprietors, Damien and his mum Esther Noel, are utterly charming. They go out of their way to assist and help and are a mine of information on Grenada. There may be far more luxurious places to stay on the island but for people such as us who spend nearly all day out and about, Coral Cove offers an excellent, sensibly priced and homely base. It's ideal for families with children; there's a decent sized swimming pool and a clean, safe beach for paddling and splashing in. The sea coral, however, reaches the shoreline and although nicely smoothed by time it raises the shore bed to the extent that you can't actually swim from the beach. But all is not lost because there's an excellent, sturdy jetty from which swimmers can safely launch themselves and snorkelers can venture forth. The beach's appearance is quite idyllic being lined with coconut palms, Indian almond and sea cotton trees. High above them you can see magnificent frigate birds soaring and watch heron stalking the tide pools at low water. If BBQing is your thing, then there’s one on the beach and if you want to eat out then there are dozens of places to eat from the cheap and cheerful to the more upmarket restaurants of La Luna, The Aquarium and the Beach House. Grande Anse beach and Spice Island Mall (with large supermarket) are about ten minutes drive away. If any more information is required about Coral Cove or Grenada (Carriacou and Petite Martinique) or other Grenadine islands is required – simply email. Finally though I can’t recommend Coral Cove more highly for a comfortable, sensibly priced, no frills holiday base.
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Date of stay: May 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Although all properties face eastwards and into the breeze, those a little higher up, the...
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apur1701 wrote a review Mar 2011
Milwaukee, Wisconsin4 contributions18 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I have stayed at Coral Cove a half dozen times over a span of nearly 20 years, with many trips to other Caribbean islands interspersed; all in all, Coral Cove remains one of my favorite destinations. First, the 'perch', with its panoramic view of sea and nearly undeveloped opposing shoreline is top-notch; I cannot think of a more idyllic place to relax with a rum punch and a good book. Second, Grenada is a fascinating island to explore, with many interesting towns/villages and other points of interest (e.g., national parks, rum distilleries, cricket pitches), including the extremely attractive and still relatively authentic capital, St. George's, all within 30-45 minutes drive. Third, Grenada's numerous beaches, though all a 10-plus minute drive from Coral Cove, are well worth the trip, each with its own charms; I especially like the calm and uncrowded Morne Rouge, which is also one of the closest. Finally, the restaurants on Grenada are fantastic - and there are many; I have never had a bad meal, whether at touristy places in St George's or in small seaside or village 'bistros' somewhat off the beaten track. I want to add that my visits have been in February-April, when it has indeed been quite breezy, and I have never had any issues with mosquitoes - in fact, Coral Cove is in my personal Caribbean database as a bug-free zone (very different from some places in the same months). The accommodations and service at Coral Cove are, as many other reviews have noted, somewhat basic, and certainly not what one would expect if one was looking for a four-star resort experience - but that is not the point here: Coral Cove is a great 'perch' above a gorgeous stretch of sea and coastline, perfect for long morning coffees and evening cocktails, and a superb base for exploring all the fascinating nation of Grenada has to offer.
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Date of stay: February 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Jeff_M_Canada wrote a review Mar 2010
Calgary, Canada1 contribution6 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed just one weekend, and had largely wanted to be left alone, which is what Jill, the proprietress, allowed for us. Because of space availability, we were upgraded to the two-bedroom air-conditioned apartment.

The good - Full kitchen, dining room, and the A/C worked very well. The construction of the house was very solid, the materials used were of high quality, which is somewhat atypical in Grenada comparing other experiences. The view was stupendous, both from the room (with a balcony that looked out onto the private beach and ocean) and from the jetty. The tennis court also looked to be in good repair. There always seemed to be a nice breeze coming in from the sea (sometimes very stiff).

Points of improvement - The facility and furnishings looked like they hadn't been upgraded since the 1960s. The stove is natural gas and you have to light it up with a match. Although there were tons of cookware and cutlery, I couldn't find any condiments. There was a salt shaker and pepper shaker, but the salt shaker had a disgusting brown crust on it. Although solidly built, it appears there were large cracks somewhere, because we encountered a small gecko and some large creepy crawlies, which I thought was quaint but caused my partner to go into a tiffy. One small complaint was only Jill had access to the snorkel gear, tennis equipment, DVD/book collection, and when she was not in the office, we could not get access to the equipment. So a slight drag as it required some advanced planning to get the equipment.

Location - east side of the island. The private beach is gorgeous and very big, and there's almost nobody (or sometimes literally nobody) else there. The jetty is solidly constructed and one can snorkel off of it. The location is very remote though. About a 15-20 minute drive into the Grand Anse area for civilization. There are four eateries that I counted in Lance Aux Epines, and I think only one is open on Sunday, and none of them are really within walking distance (unless you count the private University Club, if you are a guest who has access there). There is no food provided and no restaurant on the premises.

Overall, great relaxing stay, if you don't mind going back in time a bit and possibly skipping a meal (Sunday lunch) due to accessibility issues.
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Date of stay: February 2010
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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bobhall106 wrote a review Jan 2008
53 contributions33 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Just returned from CCC on a 2 week holiday over the New Year period. Bliss!
This was the most relaxing holiday we have ever had.

Tranquility: CCC is the most peaceful place you can imagine to just chill out for a week or 2. This is tucked away on its own cove with its own beach and own jetty. Totally peaceful, just listen to the waves lapping in, and at night the insects and tree frogs chirping. Day time is enhanced by the birds twittering. Not many other residents at the place so not much competition for the beach. You can easily have it to yourself. Pool is little more popular with any small families/couples.

View: The photos on their website are not flattering merely factual. In fact I think I came out with some better ones. Basically you get a beautiful view out of the cove into Mt Hartman bay, of blue water and the headland coming round. Makes you want to chill out and just enjoy it!

Staff: Very friendly and helpful - can't fault them. Cleaning is done thoroughly every morning , unless YOU want to skip a morning or come back later, for a lie in. There is a bookshelf in reception to exchange books if you are a bookworm. Staff are happy to help out where they can with advice and gave us some good tips.

Equipment: This is where CCC looses a part of a star - Kitchen has very basic utensils for a self catering. Do not expect to cook anything that can't be cooked in some very basic saucepans or frying pans and a toaster. Perfectly adequate for breakfasts and cooking things like pasta but not much more. Shower was good, and beds were comfortable and every thing worked fine. Mosquito nets would be a plus too. Most nights there is a breeze which pushes the mozzies inland but when the breeze drops you get munched to death as you don't have nets. Stay under your sheet at all costs!

Maintenance: Pool and Gardens are very well maintained as is the beach. Overall the cottage was well maintained but we had big problems with ants in the cottage. The cleaner did her best but as the cottage is a bit rustic it is near impossible to prevent the ants getting in. We had ants in the kitchen constantly and had to keep all food in the fridge and clean up religiously to keep them under control. We had ants in our wardrobe which meant we had to keep clothes in plastic bags (I think the ants didn't like plastic bags) and put ant power everywhere to stop them infesting our clothes. I lost one brand new top which had lots of holes eaten into it by the ants. Before this we had to shake out all our clothes in case they had ants in before we put them on. A big headache and this is where CCC looses its star. I know ants are part of the wildlife and the Caribbean but I feel there was more that CCC could do in the prevention measures. But they didn't spoil our time at CCC, but it would get 5 stars without the ant problem.
The Mosquito grilles on the windows are starting to decay too and could do with being replaced. I think they were doing this on some appartments already - hopefully they do on the cottages too. The mozzies also got in via some huge (4 foot by 3 inches) holes under the roof too which didn't help. Spraying each evening is the best defence.

Location: Very good for a chill out life. Not good for active clubbers or families with active children that want everything on their doorstep. You really should have a car, but if you love walking and just want to chill on the beach for the week then you could probably get by without one, with an occasional taxi!
It is a safe 25 mins walk to the nearest food/bar at Prickly bay Marina (Good bar and the best Pizza place). 35 mins walk (5 mins car) to Lanse Aux Pines with good places.

Wildlife: Quite frankly I think most guests did not notice the wildlife in CCC but there is quite a bit. Ospreys fish morning noon and sunset at the beach in CCC. Magnificent Frigate birds overhead, Crabs on the beach, Pipe fish and other fish in the sea and the coral/seaweed. Great Blue heron seen flying along the beach at about 4.30 several times. Red necked pigeons and ground doves flying through occasionally. Regular and frequent birds are tropical mocking birds and bananaquits who sometimes came in the cottage! Blue headed humming birds flitting about occasionally. We heard a night heron a few times too. Lizards and nocturnally vocal tree frogs and cicadas(bugs) are in abundance too. Lots of Ants.

Other places to see La Sagesse: lizards, humming birds, and other birds including ospreys, king birds, egrets.
Mt Hartman: Grenana dove, chicken hawk (buzzard type), Grackle.
Point salines: Smooth billed ani.
Lake at Grand Etang: Osprey, Broad winged Hawk, Mongooses, little blue heron, great blue heron.
True blue bay: egrets, herons, king birds, doves, humming birds.
Tufton Hall: Little blue heron.
Anywhere: King birds, bananquits, tropical mockingbirds, egrets on the roadside.

Dangers in Grenada: Bus drivers! That's it! (See driving section below). Other than that Grenada is very safe and friendly. All locals are chilled, respectful, friendly and willing to help, unlike some other notorious carib islands.

Toursim: Tourism is low key and not in your face. Please help keep it that way! By the Cruise port in St Georges is the busiest place and probably the place you will be most hassled as a tourist. Treat potential "leech" tour guides with respect but caution there. Elsewhere we did not find this a problem, it was just spooky (but SOOO refreshing) that everyone is so friendly.

Driving:
Bus drivers - They are mental and will pull over/out without warning. Give them a very wide berth and expect the unexpected!
Using the horn. This is either a short pip or pip-pip. It can mean anything! Hello, thanks, after you, see you later, Coming through! I'm about to do something crazy!
Roads: Rent a 4WD! They are proud of the roads because apparently they used to be real bad. They still have lots of potholes and the west cost road may have half fallen into the sea on a blind corner! Don't let this put you off as getting out of the south corner is really great and you get to see the other great parts of Grenada. Just drive with respect and take it easy. If it is dark and wet, stay close to home unless you are confident.

Beach: Very quiet and tranquil, the coral is more like seaweed rather than a nature documentary. Jetty is even more tranquil. oarse golden sand with chunks of dead coral. Some small spiky black sea urchins. Birds twittering in the trees giving many shady patches overhead. There was a max of 4 people on the 200m beach - Lovely! Snorkling in the coral was OK but not great(apparently from another guest).

Resturants:
IMO, Good places are: Pizza place in Prickly bay marina, Lanse Aux Epines: Gaths(@ Monmots hotel), Red crab (best place to eat in LAP),. Other places: Aquarium (near airport), La Sagesse, De Big Fish (TrueBlue bay - a bit loud but good food and cocktails).
Bad places: Dodgy Dock bar - poor service, average food and loads of flies.

Weather: we went from new Year for 2 weeks. We had 2 big downpours in 2 weeks plus a few 5 minutes showers. Otherwize sun and fluffy clouds. Temp from about 24-32 degrees from night to day. Take some sun-slap and use it. The breeze at CCC (probably 15 mph on average) is a god-send and cools you off nicely. The same temperature in Prickly bay feels much hotter and more uncomfortable.

Recommend for: Couples, seniors, anyone wanting to just chill out.

Not recommend for: disabled, active families, parties, someone wanting all inclusive or everything nearby.

Best points: Chill out factor of CCC and Grenada. Food, breeze and beach at CCC. Friendliness of Grenadian people.

Bad points: Ants, hassle in St Georges, Dodgy Dock Bar.

Would we go back? You bet! To both Grenada and CCC.
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Date of stay: January 2008Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reefwatcher wrote a review Oct 2007
Topeka, Kansas503 contributions205 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
A friend and I shared a 2BR/2BA cottage in October, while another couple had the 1BR cottage right next door. All of us were delighted with our choice of accommodations, and would absolutely return.

Coral Cove is located in Lance Aux Epines, a quiet residential area nearly Prickly Point. Our cottages were not fifty yards from water's edge, with an ocean view from every room. The accommodations are simple, but nicely appointed and immaculately clean. No air conditioning is present or needed, as there was always a wonderful breeze. The entire back side of the cottage is an enclosed veranda, with windows and screens running from end to end for maximum air, light, and view. The sound of the sea lulled me to sleep nightly.

The 2BR included one king, and one set of twins. There was also a rollaway bed tucked into the corner of the veranda, so you could sleep an entire family here.

The kitchen was well-equipped, including coffee maker and toaster, and the management will graciously stock your kitchen with provisions before your arrival, if you wish.

The ocean-side pool made for lovely afternoons after our mornings of scuba diving. The huge dock has shade and benches for relaxation, and steps down to the sea for swimming and snorkeling.

There are handy touches such as fresh-water showers for rinsing off the sand and salt before going into your cottage, and a clothesline right outside your kitchen door.

The king-sized bed was a little firm for my taste, but there were extra pillows (rare in such locations, in my experience), and the linens were always fresh and clean. Closet space was generous, with plenty of room for both hanging and folded clothes, and for storing luggage.

Bathrooms were large, with walk-in showers and lots of countertop and undersink storage. Water pressure was good, and the hot water supply was more than sufficient for us (larger groups might need to allow some reheat time if everyone is on the same shower schedule).

We used the room's small TV for viewing our digital photos each evening, but my friends next door also discovered the one local channel that provided some weather information and local news.

The housekeeping service at Coral Cove was probably the best I have ever encountered in my travels. Every room was immaculate, and even the dishes were washed daily.

This is not a wild party location: the cottages are quiet and serene, in an idyllic setting that feels secluded but is still convenient. We drove daily to True Blue Bay for diving, and the drive was about 15 minutes each way.

Grenada has a number of upscale, expensive resorts, but I wouldn't have traded locations. Coral Cove is a terrific value. We paid $750/week for the 2BR ( this was low-season, which runs from mid-April to mid-December).

Booking was a breeze, as I contacted Damien Noel via email after visiting Coral Cove's website. I give Coral Cove a strong recommendation, and would definitely stay there again.
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Date of stay: October 2007
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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lovelymummy35 wrote a review May 2007
Surrey10 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My fiancé and I spent a fantastic week at Coral Cove in March. You couldn’t ask for a more picturesque location! There is an amazing view from the top of the hill overlooking the ocean. The staff were very helpful and accommodating.

We stayed in one of the cottages on the beach. A fully equipped, detached cottage with kitchenette, lounge area and covered veranda. The Spanish style cottages are simple, yet very comfortable and the lack of air-conditioning is no problem at all as the cove is blessed with a continuous sea breeze.

If you are looking for swimming or snorkelling, its best to make a trip to one of the bigger beaches e.g. Grand Anse as the cove is pretty shallow. But being the only apartments on the cove, the beach is very quiet and most days we had the whole beach to ourselves!

We would recommend hiring a jeep, as there aren’t any shops or restaurants nearby. We hired a jeep with DABS car rentals, who dropped the jeep off at our apartment and collected at the end of the trip. We travelled round the island and found a number of beautiful deserted beaches, stunning coast lines and a trip into George Town is a must.

If you are looking for somewhere quiet, relaxing & remote, Coral Cove won’t disappoint.
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Date of stay: March 2007
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Paul J R wrote a review Oct 2013
London, United Kingdom63 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Simple cottages right on the beach , go to sleep with the sound of the waves and wake up to amazing sunrises every day, I've stayed here maybe 8 times since 2006 and view is to die for. Run by the charming Gill and Esther who came here on holiday in the 1970's and never left. Has own jetty for fishing or kissing on ( I've mostly done the latter) good pool also.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ive only stayed in the cottages so cant say much about the apartments. No ac but you dont need it...
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DonH wrote a tip Jan 2018
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania622 contributions245 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms face the ocean"
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puppsicle wrote a tip Jan 2017
United Kingdom52 contributions27 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"There are no bad rooms / cottages"
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zendiver wrote a tip Oct 2015
Bostic, NC34 contributions8 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pay a little more and get a 2 bedroom on the ocean."
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ArdyAitch wrote a tip Jul 2015
london, uk33 contributions11 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms face the ocean"
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Paul J R wrote a tip Oct 2013
London, United Kingdom63 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ive only stayed in the cottages so cant say much about the apartments. No ac but you dont need it due to the lovely breeze"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments
Which popular attractions are close to Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Nearby attractions include Palm Tree Gardens Botanical Garden (7.9 km), Grand Anse Beach (3.7 km), and House of Chocolate (6.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Beach Club at Calabash, Carib Sushi, and Butch's Chophouse.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Coral Cove Cottages & Apartments?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Frederick (6.4 km), Fort George (6.3 km), and Grenada Airport Monument (3.9 km).
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