From the beginning stages of the trip planning process all the way up to our last morning there, Steve and Danielle were incredibly friendly and so helpful. The greeted us upon arrival with a cold beer and a delicious meal, and from that point on, we felt right at home. We rented the Cottage, which is the larger, free-standing room of the 3 that are offered at the Boiled Frog. With a grocery store just a short walk away, and our own kitchen, we felt like we had our own apartment in paradise (which was great, because there are not a lot of bars/restaurants in the immediate area, but busses and taxis are readily available all time, so you don't feel stuck). These guys seem to have great relationships with many local businesses, from dive shops to sight-seeing tours, and are happy to point you in the right direction based on what you're looking for. And if you don't feel like venturing out for dinner on any given night, they'll typically offer a delicious home cooked meal for a small additional fee! These guys make it easy. That, and they're just an all-around nice family, which always adds to the experience. We hope to make it back down there and highly recommend the Boiled Frog Guesthouse to anyone who wants to visit St. Lucia on a more intimate level than what is offered at the all-inclusive resorts. And when you're there, ask Steve to fix you up a tasty beverage consisting of rum and juice fresh out of the coconut!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Boiled Frog Guesthouse is a 3 room guesthouse situated on the shores of the Caribbean Sea. All rooms are large, air conditioned with private bath. The cottage room is self contained with kitchenette while the other two rooms share a common kitchen. There is a small beach directly in front of the property and a large beach just minutes down shore. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Boiled Frog Guesthouse St. Lucia/Castries