Mt. Stanhope Estate

St. Mark, Grenada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Mark

Chasing Vines

A travel blog entry by orla_liam

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... cafe that had a few gluten free options. Heavenly.

So now we're in Featherston, and have worked the past week at a large vineyard close to the nearby town of Martinborough. We've discovered a couple things about pruning grape vines. First off, since you get paid by the vine, you need to be fast at the job to make the equivalent of minimum wage, but if you're experienced and really fast you can make a lot of ...

New Zealand - Day 24 - Mount Cook

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach

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... s walk we reached a lake full of icebergs, it was a unique sight. One stray traveller madly jumped into the ice cold water to have a photo taken on one of the icebergs. After a few photos we decided to walk back and check into our accomodation, where we would be staying that ...

Bye bye South, hello North

A travel blog entry by nloon

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... free both nights, in Montgomery carpark, they have toilets and all so its ideal. We also went to this lovely little bar called Sprig and Fern, it's all craft beers, they have a brewery just outside Nelson, so we settled in there for the night to shelter from the wind and rain.

A bit ropy from the night before we made our way towards Picton, wondering what time we would actually get going on our Ferry to Wellington ...

Set-Jetting in Wellywood

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg

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... cropped” together places together from both the islands until we took the tour. We started with the quarry where they had built the set for Helms Deep and Minas Tirith (which used the same base), however the mountains in the back are all shot in the south island and cropped in. We then proceeded to the Isengaard, which was filmed in a normal park where extensive blue screen technology was used. We then proceeded to ...

The North Island

A travel blog entry by teamjenkins

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... silver illuminating the mountain surrounded by stars and white clouds below. We retreated to the shelter of the hut and spent the evening playing cards and soon huddled into our sleeping bags on the bunks listening to the wild stormy wind kicking up, whistling around the hut ominously.

The next morning was a total white-out and we got up to experience Taranaki as the hostile place it often is. We were surrounded by cloud, rain and wind which had not ceased all ...

Location

This hotel, located in St. Mark, is near Grenada Co-Operative Nutmeg Association, Bianca C, Carib's Leap, and Green Island.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Mt. Stanhope Estate St. Mark

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding