Greycliff is an authentic historic gem and for that worth the visit alone. I ate in the main restaurant and had the some of the best tableside service and manners one could hope for. The food was interesting as well.Delicious. Is it haute cuisine a la Thomas Keller?...no..but it is still a fabulous experience and one of the most romantic and best places you can eat on the island..short of flashy restaurants at Atlantis and elsewhere..This gracious 300 year old mansion is full of charm and history...its cigar and chocolate factory worth a visit.Go for drinks or dinner.I hope to have lunch there too.Yes the dinner menu is overpriced..that is my concern..however with a few servers waiting on you and the upkeep of the place..it is just one of those things you have to blink and ignore I guess.Elsewhere on the island an entree is about 30.00(greycliff about 40-50) so you are going to pay a lot anywhere you go for anything decent in the Bahamas anyway...The garden areas are very pretty...its definately worth a stroll through the grounds.I love to visit here.it is charming and a welcome change feom all the modern resorts.Each have their place.Oh and yes..it has the third largest wine cellar in the world..and its incredible.its a good experience, it is quiet ,tranquil and yes...if you arelucky enough to meet the owner..enjoy.some great stories there! Enjoy.
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