We stayed at the Sea Cliff Cottages for four nights. The is actually not much to around the area the cottages are located in. The cottage itself was nice but also needs some renovation. The was everything to cook but the next supermarket is about 25min on foot and does not have much to offer. Walking down a little trail at the cliff, you reach the ocean but you can't swim there because there are old coconuts everywhere. The cottages also have a little fruit garden. The view from the cottages is stunning! It takes about 2 1/2 half hour to get there from Roseau.
We rented a tour guide - Wendy - who made a day trip with around the island which I can recommend.
- Also Known As:
- Sea Cliff Cottages Hotel
- Sea Cliff Cottages Hotel Dominica
- Sea Cliff Cottages Dominica, Caribbean
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set on a hill overlooking the beach and islands below, Sea Cliff is a place for the more independent travelers. Each cottage is equipped with full kitchen, dining area, balcony and all you need for short or longer term stays. The view of the sea is wonderful and the fresh breeze keeps you cool at night. We try to be environmentally correct running on solar power, composting and keeping a low energy profile (though we do have wifi !)The grounds are planted with fruit trees and flowering tropical flowers and shrubs. In the right season you can enjoy mangoes, papaya, grapefruit, lime, oranges, guava,avocado, pineapple and of cours the coconuts !The flowers attract the hummingbirds and there are also the sea birds and hawks swooping above you. Nature is abundant ! The village is less than a mile and there you will find restaurants, grocery stores and different small shops. There are also a number of churches and a gas station. Hodges beach below us is about a five minute walk down the hill and the river also flows into the sea at this point. There are several other beaches, hiking, fresh river swimming all within walking distance. A good location for those who wish to become familiar with the people and the culture of the island. ... more less