Mount Hartman Bay Estate is a magnificent retreat situated on a privately owned 6.5-acre peninsula on the beautiful and unspoilt island of Grenada.
This estate comprises three accommodation areas including the Main House, the Beach House, and the Bayview Villas. The Main House with its Top Reef View suites and Folly Tower suite is the original residence to be built on the property. It can accommodate up to 20 people in 8 ensuite bedrooms. The 4 bedrooms in the Main House are all oversized and 3 have their own private balcony with sun loungers with full views of the bay and comfortable sun loungers to soak up the Rays. The Reef View Suites have full bi-fold doors and stunning views from their deck. The Folly Tower bedroom in the pool is very private but the smallest of the bedrooms, it has a large bathroom with a dressing area on the first floor with the bedroom at the ‘top of the tower’. Down on our private white sand beach resides our Beach House villa. It has four huge bedrooms that are luxuriously furnished and has king size sofa beds suitable for children. The Bayview Villas has 2 master bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms (with tub) and imported king-size beds, and 2 twin bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and (imported twin-sized beds which can be combined to make a regular king-sized bed). Every room in this villa has floor to ceiling sliding or bi-fold doors with breathtaking views of the bay which can be enjoyed from each bedroom’s private balcony. The entire estate can accommodate 32 adults and 14 kids comfortably.
The outdoor area features three beautiful swimming pools, a hot tub, and a cold water spa tub. There are multiple terraces with lounging area and dining area. It also offers a helipad and a boat dock. This property has both a small white sand gently sloping natural beach and a wrap-around, completely private, white sandy beach (man-made).
Lance aux Epines
L'anse Aux Epines is a primarily residential community in Saint George Parish, Grenada. As the most southerly tip of Grenada, it forms part of the line separating the Caribbean sea from the Atlantic Ocean. The name translates to "The Beach/Bay of Thorn