Cabier Ocean Lodge offers two types of rooms - "Superior" and "Standard"
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The Perfect Waterfront Location
Set on a charming low headland, Cabier Ocean Lodge is surrounded on 3 sides by the calm waters of Cabier and Crochu bays with a view out over the protecting reef. On one side is the palm fringed golden sands of Cabier beach, just perfect for a relaxing swim and perhaps a snorkel round through the inner reef, perfect for snorkelling, to Crochu Bay, which is a calm shallow bay,. Cabier’s often deserted beach is wide enough and with firm sands to enjoy beach games. Both bays are protected by an offshore reef, creating beautifully clear and calm water with an easy walk in. There is a fresh water shower to clean off on the way back from the beach.
If you are looking for somewhere quiet in stunning natural surroundings and with one of the best natural non tourist beaches in Grenada then you need look no further. Cabier beach is protected by an offshore reef, has firm sand and a gentle slope to walk into the water. It is great for swimming (or just floating and playing around in) and snorkelling, as there is no current in the bay on the inside of the reef. It is little used during the week but can have a few people on it at the weekend. The beach is only about 100 yards away.
The Lodge enjoys stunning panoramic views across the beach & the bay to the ocean beyond, which can be enjoyed from all the rooms at the Lodge. Each room has its own veranda overlooking Cabier bay. Pleasant footpaths meander through the gardens and along the coast to nearby beaches and bays, as well as to the little villages of Crochu and La Tante.
The Exotic Spice Island
Cabier Ocean Lodge is a great base to explore the many treats Grenada has to offer, and experience a true Caribbean culture. Because where Cabier is situated on Grenada, day trips can easily be made to the capital St George’s where you can experience the wonderfully scented and colourful markets and historic waterfront area. Or take a trip via the waterfront town of Grenville (20 minutes up the road), the old French capital of the island, into the heart of Grenada, to explore the wonderful tropical rain forests and swim in the waterfalls. Buy home-grown fruits from local roadside stalls or in the local markets – mangoes, pineapple. Papaya, bananas, limes, etc. or whatever is in season. Sailing, fishing, and diving… day trips to neighbouring islands… these are all easily arranged allowing you to tailor your holiday to suit you.
Cabier Bar and Restaurant
terrace bar and restaurant overlooks Crochu bay, sheltered from the sun
by two mango trees. Serving breakfast, light lunches and table d'hôte
dinners - an a la carte menu is also available for lunch and dinner on
request. Run by Iris and Bruno, they are both generous hosts as many
guests have said, with many years’ experience and offer an authentic
Caribbean as well as European/Caribbean fusion cuisine.
the thousands of stars that arc over Cabier on a warm Caribbean night
after a pre- dinner drink at the bar is an experience not to be missed.
Seriously Relaxing at Cabier
Cabier is so relaxed that it is funny how the days slip by and you
wonder what you did – but that is relaxing – or “liming” as the locals
would say, and what Cabier is all about. The Cabier “family” of Iris,
Bruno, Cindy and Florence look after you as if you are one of them but
not forgetting that you are a guest. If you have a favourite dish, ask
Bruno to cook it for you. If you want a drink during the day and Iris or
Cindy is not around, just write down what you have had, that is how
relaxing it is to be at Cabier.
If you feel more energetic then one of Bruno’s walking or island sights
tours might be for you. Walking along the coast or into the rain forest
or more leisurely – the chocolate estate and the rum factory - is often a
perfect way to spend a day with dinner back on the terrace to talk over
the day’s events.
Cabier Ocean Lodge also has an indoor lounge and dining area, with large
flat screen TV and DVD player. Free Wi-Fi is available and there is a
computer for guests to use. There is also a courtyard garden with a
small local wildlife rescue menagerie, and guests can relax in the
headland gardens in one of the hammocks slung between trees overlooking
the beach and the ocean.
We can arrange a taxi from the airport or car hire for you with pick up and drop off at either airport or Cabier using Cabier’s car rental partners. There is a shop selling most basics at the Crochu crossroads and a bakery that supplies the local area – about a 5 minute drive/ 20 minute walk. Grenville has a market and supermarkets and there are roadside stalls selling fruit in season. We suggest that if you do not want to hire a vehicle for the whole of your stay that you do hire for groups of days so you can stock up with groceries (the bread freezes really well) and then hire again for other periods during your stay – and certainly towards the end so you can drop off at the airport. Bruno, one of the managers, also does individual tours using his local contacts and knowledge that takes you to different places in addition to the normal tourist places.
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