Set on its own private peninsula, the Mount Hartman Bay Estate looks across the water to the Mount Hartman Nature Reserve, home of the protected Grenada Dove. The bay itself is guarded by coral reefs and is one of the most beautiful and sheltered in the Caribbean. From the moment you arrive, you'll be made to feel at home.
The main house of the estate merges into the hillside, and with a grass covered roof and internal waterfalls, has been dubbed the Cave House by the locals. Others see the influence of Gaudi in the design or of the Hobbit House or Tracey Island from the Thunderbirds.
The Beach House is located on the waterfront overlooking the private jetty and helipad. With eight suites in the Main House and four suites in the Beach House, the Estate can accommodate up to 22 guests.
The Beach House is also available separately on a self-catering basis with linen, full housekeeping service and gardeners, but without the other facilities of the Estate.
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