The Centre for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Our Caribbean Centre is located on the shores of Prickley Bay with wonderful views over the Atlantic Ocean, Prickley Bay and the Caribbean Sea. An English colonial style estate house set in 2 acres of delightful and private gardens encompasses a number of walkways, quiet hideaways and a 20 foot waterfall. There is a tiny beach, 200 feet of waterfront and a long private dock - ideal for swimming or simply relaxing.
All bedrooms are ensuite and most have four poster beds, air-conditioning, flat screen TV, CD/DVD Satellite TV, phones and internet.
This luxury therapeutic centre features: -
- Infinity edge pool - at 65 feet the largest private swimming pool in the Grenadines
- Jacuzzi tub and 'Aqua Gym' pool
- Deep water dock - Boats of up to 150 feet and 20 foot draft can tie up at the dock
- Powerboat - boat is free but may not be used without the captain (fuel and captain at extra cost)
- Sailing yacht - a Farr 56 (see www.farrfly.ie) available for day and overnight sailing trips (at extra cost)
- Snorkel equipment, water skiing equipment, beach towels
- Extensive patio area with loungers Tikki huts and BBQ area
- Available at extra cost: Massage therapist, top quality chef
Within 10 minutes Drive: Golf, international airport, miles of golden sand beaches, top restaurants, two 5 star hotels, St. Georges Medical University, two Shopping centres, car hire, a marina and the delightful old colonial town of St. Georges.
Known as "The Spice of the Caribbean," visitors will be enticed by the sweet scents of nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla wafting on the balmy breeze. Average temperatures range from 75ºF to 85ºF (24ºC to 30ºC), tempered by the steady and cooling trade winds.
Grenada’s capital, St. George’s, is known as the most picturesque city in the Caribbean. Its horseshoe-shaped harbor is surrounded by a pastel rainbow of dockside warehouses and the red-tiled roofs of traditional shops and homes. Rich in English, French and West Indian history, St. George’s is filled with beautiful well-preserved examples of French and British Colonial architecture.
As for cuisine, visitors can indulge in some of the most exciting in the region, from native Grenadian fare, made from the fresh bountiful produce that is found in the bustling markets to some of the finest creations in international cuisine.
Courtesy of the Grenada Board of tourism.