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Accommodation rating: Superior

Cara Lodge was built in the 1840s and originally consisted of two houses. It has a long history and was the home of the first Lord Mayor of Georgetown. Over the years it has hosted many dignitaries including Edward VII who stayed at the house in 1923 and planted the sapodilla tree in the front garden to mark the occasion. Other notable guests to have visited in recent years include former American president Jimmy Carter, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Mick Jagger. The lodge does not have the full services of a 5-star hotel but this is made up for by the unique atmosphere and character of the property and the congenial family atmosphere. The rooms are all individually styled and decorated in Caribbean flavours with local kufa furniture. The Bottle restaurant is known as the best in the capital. It is open for lunch and dinner daily except Sunday.


Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.

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