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Belmont Estate, Belmont

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Experience a traditional cocoa producing plantation at Belmont Estate, a 17th-century colonial plantation. Take a guided tour of the complex to learn about cocoa's history and cultivation process. Roam the organic farm and gardens, interact with farm animals at the petting zoo, or visit the small heritage museum for a better sense of the site's history. After the tour, sit back and sample some Grenadian cuisine with dishes showcasing fresh local produce. By using our Belmont vacation generator, you can arrange your visit to Belmont Estate and other attractions in Belmont.
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  • During our visit to the island of Grenada, we stopped in this cocoa plantation on Sunday for lunch friendly, considerate staff, establishment frequented by the locals. Good local food
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  • Do yourself a favor and visit the Belmont Estate. My friend and I did the Bark to Bar Tour, which lasted roughly 3 hours AND included a full 3 course lunch (more on that in a bit), all for $65 USD. Th...  read more »
  • The estate maintains the historical essence of the cocoa plantations and you are able to walk through the entire estate. The items from the old great house was utilized to form a museum and the restau...  read more »
  • Just a fun out of the way place. Great tour showing the chocolate making process from bean to bar. Really cool. Also a wonderful restaurant with an excellent buffet lunch. Fish, chicken, stewed beef, great salads, and everything was local, farm-to-table. Will definitely go back again and again. Try the chocolate monkey - a drink made with their own in house chocolate and local bananas...wonderful! I'm a fan.
  • Had a wonderful experience touring this plantation. I was able to learn all about chocolate and spices. I also learned my family and ancestors worked and spent many years at this place. I love my Grenada! 😍
  • Nice environment, great tours offered, gift shop, dining area, museum, etc.
  • 5 US$ for a trip. Knowledgeable guide that shows you most of making chocolate. You can touch and try cocoas at every level of process.
  • I was born here in this house which belonged to my grandfather, William Henry Mignon, former Captain of a West Indies Cricket Team, on September 1, 1936. I was christened Christine Valerie Preudhomme. It was a wonderful place to grow up as a child. Just beautiful grounds and rose gardens. An old demolished stable was a particularly beautiful part of the rose garden. My grandmother Liris Mignon loved roses. On the hill above, there was a water tank which supplied the two story house. Kitchen was semi-detached at that time with a covered walkway leading to it. Lots of Mahogany trees as I recall and a long winding driveway leading to the house. A LOVELY PLACE TO LIVE! GRAND OLD ESTATE!
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