Mount Edgecombe Boutique Hotel 

A back-to-nature bolthole

A rustic retreat set on the hillside of the north-west coast, combining charm and history with jaw-dropping sea views.

If you’re seeking authentic Grenada vibes then look no further than Mount Edgecombe Boutique Hotel, a back-to-nature bolthole that’s hidden away in a landscape that wouldn’t look out of place in Jurassic Park. The heart of the hotel is the plantation house, a historic structure that’s full of eclectic furnishings that work together perfectly to create a wonderfully rustic atmosphere. The sounds of the unspoilt rainforests create a melodic soundtrack and exotic birds swoop between tropical trees as you laze by the pool or follow the spice trail that winds its way through the plantation.

Why we love Mount Edgecombe Boutique Hotel

  • The experience of staying on a working spice, cocoa and coffee plantation.

  • 30-acre forest surrounds come with a soulful soundtrack of birds and fireflies.

  • A small and unique place to stay when you want an off-the-grid holiday.

  • The Spice House is great for families, with four bedrooms, a kitchen and a snooker room.

4 stars
Nov - Apr
10 hours (not including stop over time)
In the parish of Saint Mark in the north-west corner of the island, surrounded by 26-acres of tropical gardens
Approx. 1 hour’s transfer from Grenada airport
All Inclusive Option, Beach, Honeymoon, Villas



  • Restaurants & bars
  • Board
  • Activities

Meals are served in Edge Restaurant. Cuisine here is wonderfully fresh and is created using ingredients from the plantation itself, or from local suppliers. Catch-of the-day seafood is sourced from Gouyave, a local fishing port. If you are staying in the Spice House, you can cook your own meals or hire a chef to create delicious dishes for your whole family. The Great House is also home to the Little Bamboo Bar, where tropical drinks and sparkling wines are served alongside other drinks.

What's included

Breakfast at the Great Room
Half Board • Breakfast and dinner at the Great Room
Full Board • Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Great Room

A stay in the northern reaches of the island gives you the chance to experience a more traditional side of life and there are a handful of activities that allow you to explore. You can head off on tropical rainforest hikes and learn about the flora and fauna or visit local villages that have remained unaffected by the tourism boom further south. While visits this far north are less fly and flop, there’s a small plunge pool at the plantation which has views for days (and it’s the best place to view those renowned Caribbean sunsets from too).

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