Somewhere Special Guesthouse

18 Marie Therese St.,Gros Islet,Saint Lucia

  • Experience World-class Service at Somewhere Special Guesthouse

    Featuring a furnished terrace surrounded by the garden, stunning Caribbean Sea views and free Wi-Fi in all rooms, the Somewhere Special Guesthouse is located 60 metres from the Rodney Bay Beach. The rooms feature simple décor and are equipped with a TV, a fan, coffee maker and a private bathroom with bath or shower. BBQ facilities are available. The on-site restaurant offers local food and bar service. You can also find a variety of international restaurants within 100 metres. Guests can arrange activities at the Beausejour Tennis Courts, 3.5 km away, and enjoy street parties every Friday at Gros Islet. This property is 1.6 km from the Pigeon Island Park and 15 minutes’ drive from George F.L. Charles Airport. Hewanorra International Airport is a 90-minute drive away.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
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    • Great location great price

      Reviewed 19 July 2019

      Perfect location next to awesome seaweed free perfect white sand beach. I went swimming every day just walking 100 ft from room to ocean. Great price of less than $50. Fan but no A/C. Check out my photos below of beach.

    • Basic room inside the main house

      Reviewed 10 July 2017

      This is an OK place for a couple of days, although it looks as if it has seen better days. The room I had was a room within the main house inhabited by Claudia and VJ with its private bathroom. It is clean and well situated in the middle of the Gros Islet village. There is a very nice beach within 15 minutes walk too. Claudia and VJ are kind and attentive but the room is basic, hence the price, so I will not recommend it for more than a couple of nights. If you are going to stay for a couple of days make sure that one of them is a Friday night as it is the street party in the village which is interesting. Also, take cash to pay the room as they do not take cards and the nearest cash dispenser is about 15-20 minutes walk

    • Forget it !

      Reviewed 22 March 2015

      The most roten and awfull place in Saint-Lucia. Sorry for Saint-Lucia lovely country and people. Resisted one night out of 28 booked for over a1000 uro. The picts are abusive : the room look like when it was new 10 ? 20 ? 30 ? or more yeare ago BUT thatr all folks. Gone the si called "Tropical garden with rest chairs" and the "Direct access to the beach". Please ask me for the photos ! PLUS the famous Friday "Street Party" of Gros Islet BUT it continues also Saturday and Sunday night's upto 3 am with full bass over xxx dB.

      Marc B
    • Something Different at Somwhere Special

      Reviewed 20 February 2014

      Not your "run of the mill" vacation! This homey guest house is for those people looking for an authentically St. Lucian experience. P.J. and Claudia were incredible hosts- welcoming and, full of information about the Island, they were always making sure we were enjoying ourselves. The beach behind the property is beautiful and, we were often the only people there. Around the neiborhood, you will find all sorts of tiny stores offering local foods- we were never disappointed, everything is tasty and, very inexpensive! There are some real characters about town too- "Wireman" can make anything you like from a few bits of wire and, Drixy and Akeem have an outdoor store by the beach with loads of beautiful local carvings, jewelry, sea shells, etc. Walk, by road or by beach, to Pigeon Island where you will find a lovely beach, great food vendors and, the climb to the fort is well worth the effort- the views are stunning, particularly so at sunset. Easy access to other towns and attractions via bus or taxi, Gros Islet is the perfect location!

      Louise J
    • Truly Somewhere Special

      Reviewed 27 September 2013

      Out of 3 guesthomes I frequented in throughout the island, this was my favorite guesthouse stay in St Lucia. PJ (Phil) and Claudia said "Welcome Home" when I walked into the "Somewhere Special Guesthouse". It was definitely a family vibe. Some of my favorites times was sitting on their bench outside the house watching the sunset and talking to the locals whom they all knew and introduced me to. Essentially, I met the local butcher (Einstein), the local horsebreeder (Bano), the local creole restaurant owner of Flavors of the Grill (Oneil), and many more of their local friends. The room was bright and colorful and the bathroom was huge. There was a fan to keep the mosquitoes away while I was sleeping. I was also happy about having internet wifi, an eletrical adapter for charging my cell phone and computer, and access to making local calls. The best feature about "Somewhere Special Guesthouse" is that it is located right on the Gros Islet Beach. The next best thing is that the acclaimed Friday night street party jump up is right outside the door of the guesthouse. This street party is massive and fun. Ironically, by Saturday morning, the street is totally clean. I really love the access to walking along the beach to the historic Pigeon Island in 20 minutes. I was able to ride horses and do watersports locally and also enjoy great local creole food. I will miss the roosters, dogs, and cats walking the streets. The Irie Bar just around the corner owned by Andy is a cool spot to relax as well. Rodney Bay is very close by where you can shop and do a lot of partying and clubbing. There is so much more to say about Gros Islet and Somewhere Special Guesthouse. I cant wait to visit again soon.


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