Welcome to Crayfish Bay Estate.
Located on the rural North West coast of Grenada, our 200 year old 15 acre estate has been lovingly restored into a fully working commercial organic farm.
We are now able to offer self-catering accommodation to those wanting something different from the usual beach holiday. Off the beaten track and back to basics, this is truely an authentic Caribbean experience.
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Self Catering Accommodation
There is no restaurant within walking distance, but if you don't feel like cooking we can put together lovely breakfasts and evening meals comprised mainly of produce from the farm and local fresh fish. Homemade bread available every other day
The 'Little House' is of wooden construction and sleeps four comfortably, six if you want to be cosy. It comprises of two bedrooms with a shared on-suite and a loft sleeping space ideal for kids. It has a small fully equipped kitchen and large shaded balcony area.
The 'Little House' is situated at the front edge of the cocoa plantation, overlooking the Caribbean Sea and just a minutes walk away from a fresh water spring and small waterfall. When you are not eating out, organic fruit and vegetables, fresh from the garden and freshly caught fish from the local fisherman can be bought on a daily basis.
We are close to a frequent bus route which can take you around the island or you can hire a vehicle for further exploration of this beautiful island. There are many beaches and the historic town of Sauteurs is just up the road.
For those who enjoy an evening drink and don't want to drive, there are the local 'rum' shops, where you will be given a warm welcome. There are numerous restaurants catering for both local and international tastes and all pockets.
A little history...
Severely damaged by Ivan, the Hurricane of 2004, this idyllic retreat has been sympathetically restored in the past three years to a fully operating cocoa plantation, organic farm with self-catering accommodation.
During the 17th Century it was called 'Non Pareil' (translated as without equal or without parallel) and was the site of a large French Molasses factory, the ruins and artefacts still visible today. In the 18th Century it came under British rule, renamed Crayfish Bay and became a working cocoa estate.
This is rural Grenada. We provide mosquito nets and fans. We advise that you pack loose, light, long sleeved tops and long trousers for the dawn and dusk times when you are more likely to be nibbled. A good insect repellent is advisable.
Bookings & enquires
The Little House is available for overnights, weekends and longer stays. Single Night - $50US; Full week $320US.
call : +1 (473) 442 1897
email: CrayfishBay Organics