Sargasso House is a rural throwback in the heart of Grenada’s tourist belt.
Its design is inspired by the old plantation mills, echoes the past and hails to the future. It is small, warm, cozy, and comfortable.
Fresh breeze from the bay in the southeast is a natural companion to guests, and the sunsets are awesome!
The ‘Spice Island’, Grenada, offers a memorable stay and Sargasso Stone House provides a unique experience. It is unforgettable!
Built in 2016 by an “auto-body-man” who turned his hand to architecture, Sargasso House is one of a kind.
It is named after the one-of-a-kind Sargasso Sea, a body of water that
has in many ways captured the public imagination. This region in the North Atlantic Ocean is bounded by four currents to form an Ocean Gyre, and so named because it is distinguished by the characteristic brown Sargassum which accumulates there.
Sargasso House boasts three floors, the top-most being your indoor/outdoor lounge space with a 360 degree view of the mountains, the Caribbean Sea, the nearby marina and the surrounding area.
The beautiful kitchen and sitting area welcome you as you open the front door. The house has three bedrooms, furnished with four-poster mahogany beds and two full bathrooms, one on the first and the other on the second floor.
Sargasso House is located just five minutes drive from the Maurice Bishop International Airport and the St George’s University, and a mere ten minutes from the famous Grand Anse Beach.
Have a look or better yet, come enjoy!