First immpession...wow! Woburn Villas a must for a return visit.
Only one bad point, a nowhere near long enough, two nights, to experience the beautifully presented accomodation so thoughtfully designed by Yvonne and Sam.
Spotlessly clean everywhere in huge open spacious rooms. The Kitchen completely fitted out with all the appliances any cook would dream about, right down to the decent saucepans and dishwasher! After all if youre on holiday who should hand wash dishes.
The lounge with plenty of stylish seating, beautiful little touches, soft lamps, cushions, flower arrangement on the coffee table, tv for those that wish, door leading to the balcony with a stunning sea view and natural East wind to keep you cool....both our two nights were spent relaxing here. If you wish for the more adventurous evening then a car would be a good idea. Having said that we found the buses in Grenada much calmer than on other islands, very cheap, not sure in the dark though.
Bedrooms immaculately dressed with flowing layers of curtains rippling with the breeze....calming and no problems with any nibbling insects in the night. Heaven.
Very attractive bathrooms with excellent shower...so clean, fresh and new.
So the perfect place to stay but even more is to come...Yvonne, lovely, smiley, bubbly personality willing to help with any questions. There when you need her and quietly busy keeping the place ticking over when youre out and about. Full of local information about everything and anything which reflects in the extensive amount of attention to detail in her information pack. Very useful and time saving facts about so many holiday related issues.
Yvonne picked us up from the airport for a very reasonable rate and even stopped off at the supermarket for us to stock up, what turned out to be the best kitchen we had used on our ten island hopping holiday.
Martin and I are well seasoned travellers and would highly recommend a stay at Woburn Villas. We are already planning our return, this time with a car so we can get to see the rest of the secrets to be found on the island. Our fleeting visit did take us into Georgetown the centre and yet again we were bowled over with the civilized port area. The local market was an experience in itself filling our senses with the reason why Grenada is called 'Spice Isle'.
Thank you Yvonne for providing our favourite place to stay during our three weeks away. See you soon, best wishes,