My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights last January. Our first impression was that the location is much more central and busy than we expected. This turned out to be a good thing as we were dependant on public transport while in St George. The hotel is about half way between St George and Grande Anse and a fairly easy hike to each (and a very quick drive!). We were only here a few nights but many of the other guests were repeat/long term visitors and I can totally understand why. The cottage itself had everything we needed, everything was fairly basic but very functional. The porch was excellent, you can open double doors from your living room/kitchen to the porch so that you get that indoor-outdoor feeling that can best be enjoyed in the tropics. Best of all it faces west so you get a lovely sunset view every evening--have your own happy hour at the cottage watching the boats go by and sky changing from blues to pinks and purples to peach and orange. This place is excellent value, especially for those who enjoy doing their own cooking and activities. There is also a small beach that is just a few minutes walk from the cottages, its called Mt Pandy beach. You get a nice view of St George's harbour from there--its very much a local beach, you can swim and even fish, we thought it was a great little hidden beach, a must visit when you're staying so close!
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