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Reviewed January 29, 2010

Again, this is an accommodation that has changed management. On staying here, I can only think its changed for the better. They are in the process of refurbishing the Lodge (which means that most of the work has been done and that they are finishing things rather than meaning you being woken at 5am by the sound of a band-saw). They've done a lot of work and it's a great place. The location is amazing and pretty unique on the east coast of Grenada. The food is a set-menu, not always wholly Caribbean, but is fantastically well cooked, well-served, in a location that couldn't be bettered. And they go out of their way to accomodate your taste. At two days notice, Iris sourced the best lobster I've ever had. If you want to experience a different type of laid-back, Grenada, then this is the place. On a practical note, they don't accept credit cards beyond the charge of the room but the ScotiaBank on Grenville has an ATM. A minor point when you are checking out of such a wonderful place. A great place.

  • Stayed: January 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 15, 2008

Cabier Vision is a wonderful place.

We had been searching for something untouristy and characterful in Grenada, which we use as a stopping off point to touring the smaller Grenadine islands.

We were a bit anxious about going so far from St Georges (where we were catching the Osprey on to Carricou after 3 nights), and I was also a bit wary of being on the Atlantic (Windward) side of the island, generally preferring the Caribbean/Leeward side.

We were collected by Mike on our arrival into Grenada, and driven to the Ocean Lodge. I am extremely glad we opted for this rather than hiring a car- not sure we would have ever found it in the dark. Crochu is in the agricultural area of Grenada, and, as other reviewers have noted, Cabier itself is a quite a way from Crochu village, along a steep, winding dirt road. It feels you are travelling for miles- you wonder where you are going to end up. And then: when you end up at Cabier, you realise that it was all worth it.

The Ocean Lodge is perfectly named, sat on a headland, surrounded by the ever moving, ever changing ocean. It is remote- lovely walks along the headland, but a long way from civilisation. But, given the hospitality you receive at Cabier Ocean Lodge, you don't really feel inclined to go anywhere else.

Mike and Evelyn are warm, efficient, entertaining and generous hosts. Evelyn is also a wonderful cook; the evening meals were absolutely delicious. An interesting clientele made for entertaining evenings too, a good mix of German and English speakers whilst we were there- who at least all shared the ability to pick a great, unusual place to visit.

The bar/restaurant area is lovely, brightly painted and with a variety of seating to fit your mood. The breakfasts out here were a lovely start to the day. All the communual areas at the lodge are well maintained, with interesting planting in the gardens, alongside decorative features and sculptures.

Our room (standard twin) was bright, simply but stylishly furnished; all in order and fine- but we didn't really spend a lot of time there. The balcony had such a wonderful view- and the rest of the grounds have a variety of chairs, beds and hammocks- you can easily find your own spot to gaze at the view, read a book, and relax.

There are two other ever present entities at Cabier; one are the lovely dogs; the other, the wind. At it's best, it is a gentle, refreshing breeze which teases your hair, and quickly dries your swimming cossie. At it's worse, it takes the door off its hinges (literally; but it was put back on with a new hinge very speedily!).

We would definitely return to Cabier, it is a wonderful place to relax into the Caribbean rhythm of life.

  • Stayed: January 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 27, 2007

We spent a wonderful week at this charming place. The above reviewer was accurate, but I would give a higher rating if you are in need of utter peace in a fabulous unspoilt beach side setting. The house is set in-between two perfect beaches, one with darker sand than the other: swimming safe in pure and warm water. Snorkelling possible but the sea is usually a bit choppy from cooling onshore winds - ladies, take a hair tie back! Cliff walks possible in both directions, but sturdy shoes advised.
As Cabier is off the beaten track it is best accessed by hire car (although the proprietors will collect you from St George's on request) and do some day trips out. All roads in Grenada are exceedingly twisty and exhausting, so day trips or slowly driving around the island with stay over stops is advisable if you want to see most of the island.
The Austrian couple (Evelyn and Michael) who run the guest house are charming and everyone is personally welcomed. The small terrace is a good place to meet other travellers: breakfast, pre-dinner drinks and the evening meal are served there. The evening home cooked meal by the Eveline is of a good standard using local ingredients.
Rooms are in the form of clean, spacious bungalows facing the sea, with large balconies, with en-suite bathrooms.
Low key, simple, romantic setting - on one of the most beautiful isles in the Carb.

  • Stayed: March 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 17, 2003

Cabier Vision is a quiet guesthouse on the Atlantic side of Grenada. It is at the end of a long, rutty dirt road (1/2 mile long) from the village of Crochu. The rooms are clean, sparce, but very lovely, with a deck overlooking the ocean, and mosquito netting over the beds. The rooms have a private bathroom with a low-flow shower head. There are no screens in the rooms but insects inside were not a problem. Wear bug repellent outside in the evening.The main building is very nice with a lawn overlooking the water. There are hammocks and chairs for relaxing overlooking the water. The walk down to the ocean takes less than a minute. The ocean is very nice, though more rough than other parts of the island.Meals were very good and a very good value. Dinner is three courses, served without a menu. Breakfast is very simple: toast, an egg, fruit, tea, coffee, juice. They will expect you for meals unless you let them know otherwise.Cabier is a place more for relaxing than for exploring the island. It is a 30 minute walk to the bus and I would advise having a car rental if you plan to do some touring while you stay at Cabier.

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Reviewed April 16, 2018
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  • Stayed: February 2018, traveled with friends
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