Petit Bacaye
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Petit Bacaye

The Honeymoon Suite.
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typical cottage ( one of 5)
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We had a the far beach all to ourselves almost every day. Only a 10 minute walk!
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C&D48 wrote a review Jul 2005
London7 contributions60 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Petit Bacaye was everything I expected and pretty much as described on the packet- but this was far far from any kind of packaged or resort holiday experience!

Booking independently, direct with the hotel and flights with Virgin, I took my boyfriend there as a surprise trip and we had a fantastic time. Originally we were going to holiday at Rendezvous in St Lucia, but after discovering this little gem, I am really glad we chose Petit Bacaye (esp after later reading the reviews of the Rendezvous on this website). This is not an all inclusive resort – this is as self-described – a romantic hideaway for the independent traveller.

I heard about it by visiting the owners other hotel, The Onion Store in the New Forest, UK. I was won over by the luscious description and photos on their website and hoped we would be transported into paradise. I was not disappointed. From booking to the checking out, the whole experience was smooth and a pleasure. The owners Peter and Julie, made sure all our demands were met and our on-site host Liza made sure all these were implemented to the highest standard.

The ride from the airport shows many different sights from the local school kids and roadside pubs to the devastation Hurricane Ivan caused in Sep 04, but when approaching the road (dirt track almost) to Petit Bacaye and you first catch a glimpse of the bay, it takes your breath away.

Petit Bacaye sits on a beach and you are never more than 50 yards away from the soothing waves and the walk from the accommodation to the sea is through a lovely garden. Out of the 4 Beach Huts and the Spice House, we chose the Plantation Suite, which was a spacious room with a fantastic shower room, which opened into a small garden so you felt you were showering outside whist still maintaining absolute privacy.

The food was great. The flavours were lovely and some dishes were different to what we normally would have which is all about going to new places. There was limited choice on the menu but this changed each day and you were confident that they would do their best to provide you with anything you wanted if what was on offer were not to your taste. I am vegetarian and my meals were well planned and had fantastic balance of textures and flavours. For those who love fish, like my partner, this was caught fresh everyday off the beach and served in a variety of different ways.

We ate out a few times at other restaurants (inc True Blue Bay, La Sagesse & The Aquarium) which did offer a wider choice, but none which really sounding appealing or much different to what we can eat at home, so were happy to be back at Petit Bacaye at meal times as at least we knew we would have a varied, interesting and filling meal. A fav of mine was the chilled curried banana soup.

The beach was lovely but phaps this was my only disappointment. Going to the Caribbean, I imagined pure white shores with bright blue sea (which can be found on the other side of the Island in St George’s). The beach at Petit Bacaye lies on the Atlantic Ocean and is very natural and did have some debris on it, but not waste, just natural seaweed and driftwood and the sea kicked up the sand so the sea was a little murky, but this did not prevent swimming and snorkelling as the water was clean. As all beaches in Granada are public, this is not a private beach, but it certainly felt like it was. Some days we did not see another soul apart from the friendly waiters who brought us drinks (beautiful spiced rum cocktails) – perfect for those who want to just enjoy eachother or for a honeymoon destination.

If you want total relaxation in a truly romantic setting, then this is a wonderful place to just hang around and do as you please. With only 6 rooms, you really feel as if you have the place to yourself and can experience complete privacy. If you are looking for a more adventurous time, then although Petit Bacaye makes a wonderful base, you will need a jeep to travel to other beaches where water sports take place – this is easily arranged by the staff, so should not put you off, but it is wonderful to just be there and experience the magic. The days we did go out, it always so nice to head down the hill back to our beach and serene gardens.

I am half tempted not to place a review as I do feel it is a little treasure worth keeping to ourselves so it keeps its hideaway ideals, but Petit Bacaye deserves to be shouted about and others the chance to experience its delights.
Cath & Dave, London, June 05
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Date of stay: June 2005
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Excursion18172 wrote a review Jan 2006
london1 contribution22 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We have just returned from staying at petit bacaye with 2 small children (3 and 8mths) and a grandparent.
The gardens are superb and the setting very secluded.
The accomodation was elegant and tasteful which lead us to beleive that it would have a touch of luxury, but be warned it is no frills beach living eg. prison soap the only toiletry. The beds were excellent but the kitchen (ette - as the proprietors pointed out) had pans that you would find in your local skip, no hot water and a tap with a pressure problem - we were not encouraged to cook, but to be fair the owners changed the pans when we complained.
The mosquitos were a real problem; a nightmare with the children as only the netted beds keep them at bay at night,the rooms are not air con, rather open to cool so they just pour in.
Very low key restaurant and bar closes at 9.00 then back to your mosquito ridden accomodation, the food was ok but very small portions.The main thing was that you felt that after you'd eaten you should go back to your room and not come out till morning. There was no where to hang out and meet other guests in the evening and that was a shame. Also no music or outdoor cooking at all which would have given it some atmosphere.

However our experience was still great the simple living did make it more of an adventure we are glad we didnt go for some all in complex. the place is beautiful, secluded, super safe swimimng here with some super clear pools, the island is unspoilt un developed and people friendly.
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Date of stay: January 2006
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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CooperJohn wrote a review Jun 2006
Sevenoaks, United Kingdom18 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Petit Bacaye is a delightful collection of cottages on a secluded beach. People who like beautiful, elegant cottages in luxuriant gardens will love it. It was very refreshing to find a place designed to be comfortable without air conditioning (there are plenty of characterless and noisy hotels elsewhere for those who must have AC).

The food was delicious and imaginitively presented, with lots of fresh fruit and fish straight from the fisherman. Candlelit dinner on the beach was particularly memorable. The small bar is friendly and open when it’s needed, and the charming owners Julia and Peter made us most welcome.

I particularly enjoyed swimming off the beach to the coral reef, with lots of fish to watch. A lovely spot to enjoy tropical beach life. Not for those who need musak, CNN, a pool surrounded by roasting bodies, or a bar full of carousing revellers – but we loved it and are saving up to go back.
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Date of stay: February 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Ormstein wrote a review Jan 2007
Dudley, United Kingdom308 contributions255 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Booked via phone after a personal recommendation from a friend, Petit Bacaye was to be our Christmas getaway for 2006.
There being four of us, we wanted to stay in the Spice House for two weeks, but an availability mix up meant we spent the first week in the two-bedroomed beach house. This means that my family and myself had an unusually broad experience of this charming cottage hotel.

The hotel is set about a half hour from Point Salines international airport in the quiet and comparatively affluent district of Westerhall. Gabriel's taxis and car hire usually does transfers for $ec60. It seems difficult to find as a passenger, and I feared for my navigating skills when travelling independently , but after a few car journeys it becomes quite straightforward.

The setting is magical: point a camera anywhere for a wonderful shot of paradise. The gardens are beautifully maintained, and ones senses are constantly assaulted by vivd new colours, perfumes and rustles.
The 2 bedroomed beach house is quite small for four people , with only an open verandah area to sit in. One soon realises that you really don't need much more than this, however, because the whole gardens are a part of the accommodation!

Beds are very comfortable, and the fittings in the rooms are charming. For example the shower is open to a little private jungle enclosure they call "the shower garden" and it it quite the most beguiling shower I have ever used !

The kitchenette is small, but equipped with a full hob and a usable 'fridge. This proved useful with children for whom the formality and "adultness" of the on-site restaurant occasionally proved too much, and whose constant hunger must be assuaged!

Beds have mosquito nets, and it soon became clear these were NOT for show !

Right after dusk this peaceful paradise turns into am extremely loud jungle talent competition: with tree frogs competing with crickets for the loudest noise ! It's cute for an hour or two but I was forced to fashion earplugs in order to sleep after a couple of days. This only affects the two-bedroomed beach house, in its lovely position nestled under the trees. The Sp'ice house was not affected nearly so loudly. Please don't think I am a complainer - these frogs were as loud as my daughters school recorder group in the room !

The house is perfectly positioned amidst the garden - the most tranquil and beautiful place I have ever read a book in the sun!

The beach is once more picture-postcare perfect, and the water has many lagoons of warm, clear water between the seagrass beds. The small amount of seaweed did not bother us at all, and made the water all the more interesting to explore for us, but note beaches a half hour away at Morne Rouge, Pink Gin or Grand Anse are free from any vegetation, if that's more your thing.
You'll need sandals or wetshoes to walk to the "island" though - the coral can be quite sharp underfoot.

The restaurant is a bit more formal at dinner time that its elaxed apearance would infer, and the food is quite wonderful,from hearty breakfasts through lobster salad lunches and "catch of the day" dinners. Quite good value food, but beware - we still ran up a bill of more than £1100 there in 2 weeks, despite self catering somewhat.

The staff could not be more friendly nor nicer people. Peter and Julia seemed intimidatingly posh to THIS Midlander upon first meeting, but they revealed themselves to be the MOSt charming hosts very quickly indeed. Nothing too much trouble, and Peter in particular taking time to answer all my kids' ENDLESS questions about he nature of the place, and Julia taking time to show us photos of their experiences on Grenada.

After a fine first week in the two-bedroomed beach house, we moved on Christmas eve to the Spice house. This is a much larger, more " house like" accommodation set just outside the main garden. The loss of the garden's immediacy was somewhat compensated for by the private deck that reaches out over the beach to where the fishermen mend their nets and trade their catch. Magical.

The spice house has a full sized kitchen, two showers ( one outside despite it being upstairs !) and an indoor seating area that felt far less cramped for four of us than he two bedroomed beach house. It was lovely to go to sleep to the sound of tropical rain hammering the wooden roof, and wake to the sea lapping on the sand 50 feet away. Dreams are made of such.

The hotel dog, (named "Spare" as he was left over after the disposal of his litter - awww !) , is a charmer, if a little enthusiastic if a person doesn't like dogs. My kids adopted him and he added immeasurably to the joy of the holiday for them.

My family preferred the Spice House, for the room, while I preferred the 2 bedroomed beach house for its intimacy with the garden. Book either, you can't lose.

So a truly wonderful holiday. Downsides ? Not much that Petit Bacaye could control, to be honest : mosquito and sandfly bites plagued us despite use of deet ( I was advised to use Avon Skin so soft in future) and the tree frogs song in the beach house.

A magical place for people who DO NOT expect air conditioning, cable TV, room service, delivery pizzas or a turn down service.

We adored the place and will surely return when we can next afford it.
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Date of stay: January 2007
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Karen A wrote a review Mar 2013
Drumheller, Canada49 contributions57 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Petit Bacaye was such a disappointment. We were there for two weeks in February 2013 and the weeks became long. On the positive side, the owners/operators know the area and were helpful in planning what places to visit and how to get there. Peter was also helpful in making a quick trip to the hospital when one of us became ill. The hardworking staff are the best thing about the place with their friendliness as they go about their work. The dining room on-site with its tree top view of the bay offered excellent food and lovely rum punch. The disappointments were pervasive: biting insects were almost unbearable from 4PM until dawn; there were no comfortable places to relax; no air conditioning so there were long sweating nights on an uncomfortable thin bed under a net screen that inadequately protected against the biting insects; Wi-Fi was only available on the owner's deck and they discouraged folks from being in their space; the bay was not a good site for swimming nor snorkelling because of silt and weeds inside a reef that was destroyed by the last hurricane; the site is off the beaten path so each trip up the potholed access road meant a major chunk of time commitment to go anywhere, a consideration if you plan a short holiday; and Petit Bacaye is on the east side of the island so there are no views of the sun setting. This is an expensive place to stay at over $200 US per night and the quality falls far short of making it a place to which we would ever return nor recommend to anyone.
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Date of stay: February 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Get a place as far as possible away from the access road to avoid the loudness of the dogs and...
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K Mansfield wrote a review Jul 2007
Chelsworth, United Kingdom66 contributions87 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
It does look idyllic but there are problems. We went there for our second week on the island, expecting, from what we had read, 'barefoot luxury'. Luxury it is not! The cabins are pretty but TINY and the problems start when darkness falls, as another reviewer said. There is nowhere to go after supper, other than back to your 'rondavel' and to be in there you must lie on the bed under the mosquito net or get bitten and you need to have the window louvres open for air or any breeze that's around as it can get quite muggy. They do provide sprays, but obviously they are less effective unless you can close up the room (there is a portable fan). Our taxi driver had said there might be mosquito problems as the gardens had a lot of crab holes (in which mozzies breed) - which to be fair they did try to fill in as much as possible - and was also next to a swamp. Peter and Julia started off by being charming but got increasingly frosty in the face of our concerns about mozzies and when we finally decided to leave after the first night and return to our previous hotel they were clearly very annoyed (despite the fact that they were fully paid for the week). The beach was pretty but you had to wade out through much mud and seagrass underfoot before you could swim which was not pleasant. We were NOT expecting aircon, wifi, swimming pools and sun loungers etc etc, but we couldn't take the wildlife and the crampedness of the accommodation so paid extra to go elsewhere!
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Date of stay: December 2006
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SANDRAD5 wrote a review Jul 2006
essex14 contributions29 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Petit bacaye was a truly wonderful experience. It is unique - we had the honeymoon house at a supplement but it was worth it, spacious and comfortable. The mozzies are well controlled with sprays in the evening and nets around the large 4 poster bed. We only had a few bites all week. It is remote, on a bay with only the locals passing by to fish or swim occasionally. It felt like our bay. There were only 2 other guests at the hotel all week, so we had all the staff looking after just 4 of us - great. The staff are absolutely wonderful, they are locals who just wander down the hill to petit bacaye to cook and serve you drinks and know the area well and will sit and chat to you. The food was delightful, local fish dishes mainly but very well presented. Amy and Triston the managers were friendly and helpful and Roxy entertaining. It is not the place for you if you like entertainment - it is pure tranquility and escapism. We loved it and would return again.
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Date of stay: July 2006
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RetiredandVeryHappy wrote a review Jan 2008
Oxford47 contributions60 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Petit Bacaye is not 5* luxury it is a 5* experience that you should not miss, it is a one off, it is impossible to compare with other hotels or holidays. We have stayed at some of the finest and most luxurious hotels in the world and cruised on a 6* decadent luxury liner. Petit Bacaye is up there with the best not for its decadence or luxury but for its originality.

Having read all the previous reviews we knew what to expect at Petit Bacaye. Peace and quiet, no hassle, good food, laid back atmosphere, nice people.

We spent the first 12 nights in the Spice House then 2 nights in the Granadilla, both had their own unique charm.

On arrival we were through customs and immigration in 5 minutes (this is a world record for Grenada it can take hours but we travelled XL One “up the front” and on the advice of Julia legged it to the arrivals hall. The hotel taxi was waiting for us and we were whisked away to the hotel about 20 minutes away. We were shown to the Spice House by Natasha (De Manager), had everything explained and then we hiked up to the supermarket, 15 minute slow walk, for the basics. We had arranged a lobster salad in advance which was excellent, for the rest of the holiday we ate in the restaurant at lunchtimes. The food was excellent and I mean outstanding in quality and flavours. A sample is as follows: curried banana soup, yam and fish pie, jerk chicken, red snapper, lobster and fresh fish done in many ways, salads to die for.

The restaurant fish was bought from the fishermen on a daily basis, we even bought a 4lb strawberry grouper which they filleted total cost EC$32 about £6 and cooked it ourselves.

Most days we stayed local and flopped in the sea every now and again. We caught the local minibus, 20 minutes, to St George’s market on the Saturday which was driven we believe by Lewis Hamilton’s cousin and had lunch at Tout Bacaye on the waterfront, not too bad. Another day we caught the bus to La Sagesse Hotel and beach, beach was excellent restaurant not too bad. One evening we went to the Gary Rhodes restaurant, don’t expect “Le Manoir au Quat Saison” or the Ivy, but the food was very good. Another evening we spent at the Le Phare Bleu, lovely atmosphere slightly better than Rhodes.

We found the local Grenadian people very friendly and got to know all the staff in Foodland.

The hotel staff were excellent we liked their laid back approach and willingness to please, plus their attention to cleanliness. The gardens are magnificent and well kept by Kevlon. There was a security guard at night god knows why this is one of the safest places in the world.

The owners the lovely skinny Julia and the very skinny Peter made us very welcome and were helpful in all aspects of organising trips and advice. Also their dog Spare did not bark at customers!!!

I have placed a few photos on youtube go to: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRGxcUjAcoA
Also a more comprehensive collection at
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Upsides
Virtually everything apart from the downsides

Downsides:
1.
Taxi drivers in St Georges who were complete pests with their hassle.

2.
Mosquitoes

Conclusion
The Goverment could solve both these problems by regular spraying.
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Date of stay: November 2007
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Steve M wrote a review May 2014
Redcar, United Kingdom696 contributions947 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel and restaurant is tucked away down a narrow lane off the south coast main road in Westerhall, Grenada. Afrter about 200 pot-holed yards signs clearly indicate a sharp left turn off the lane and down a track. 'That can't be right, it looks like it goes through sommeone'sback garden!' said my 'boss'. But it was dead right!. With steep inclines, this is Grenada at its best! Not a road to be tacked at night!

We dropped in for a light lunch. A warm and convivial welcome, excellent meal at very reasonable prices, served in the tree-top restaurant that overlooks the small cove and sheltered beach. For sheer novelty, stunning views, good service all at reasonable prices (less than GBP15 for two snacks and drinks) there is little to beat it on the island. I am sure we shall return.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: This hotel boasts that it has no radios, TVs or wifi in its thatched cottages - this definitely a...
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HappyDiners wrote a review Jan 2011
Hopkins, Minnesota32 contributions14 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the spice house and paid a lot more for it and ended up right next to a road that the local fishing groups use and the noise (pickups and oxy tanks, over the heavily rutted, potholed road etc) and loud yelling and swearing was right outside your window and underneath your "private" DECK! At first it was a "slice" and interesting but being jolted awake early every morning with yelling, arguing and swearing it got real old (only screeens on the windows so no way to close out the noise). No A/C and please note there is no nice beach here either, not even usable! The owners are really nice but beware this is not at all as advertised and there are much nicer places with beautiful beaches for the same price or less. The mosquitoes were terrible because of all the standing water so you could not sit outside at night after it got quiet. Very disappointing, especially for the $
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Date of stay: February 2010
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3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Terry M wrote a tip Feb 2018
Surrey, United Kingdom19 contributions13 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Only had lunch in the Tree House"
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Steve M wrote a tip May 2014
Redcar, United Kingdom696 contributions947 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"This hotel boasts that it has no radios, TVs or wifi in its thatched cottages - this definitely a 'get-away-from-the-world' location."
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Angie C wrote a tip Apr 2013
Sioux Falls, South Dakota16 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I accidentally clicked "Swimming Pool" and "Fitness Center" but the far beach has some awesome tide pools to swim in, which you have to go to! So I guess its a pool and you get your exercise in while walking there!"
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108JanetB wrote a tip Apr 2013
Sunbury, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Honeymoon house is very quietly positioned and has great views of the gardens and birdlife."
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Karen A wrote a tip Mar 2013
Drumheller, Canada49 contributions57 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a place as far as possible away from the access road to avoid the loudness of the dogs and the fishermen."
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