This old distillery is home to various artifacts and relics of the old Grenada, before tourism was the major industry. The site features a variety of presentations on the rum making process, as well as a few samples. For history buffs, the Westerhall Distillery also features the oldest working waterway, not just on Grenada, but in the New World.
The owners of the distillery still make rum here, and will give anyone who is interested a tour of the facility. You will also be offered a lunch and samples of their 70% Rum.
Westerhall Rum Distillery is located in an area within Grenada, so those visiting this part of Grenada will have easy site access for the duration of their trip. There is a sufficient number of hotels in the region nearby this landmark.
|La Sagesse Nature Centre||Hotel||0.6 mi. (8.8 km)||SSE|
|Bel Air Plantation Resort||Cottages||0.8 mi. (8.3 km)||S|
|Petitie Bacaye Villa Hotel||Cottages||1.7 mi. (6.9 km)||SW|
|Cabier Ocean Lodge||Lodge||3.1 mi. (7.5 km)||NE|
Lunch and dinner possibilities aren't especially abundant in the area surrounding the museum Westerhall Rum Distillery, but you might find one or two places to grab a bite to eat. The closest restaurant is La Sagesse Nature Center Restaurant, which offers Caribbean fare. The eatery is a small distance off, but far enough that you might want to decide on employing some type of transportation to transport your party. Also close-by, you and your party will find restaurants like Petit Bacaye Treetop Restaurant and Cabier Ocean Lodge Restaurant giving you a fair number dining possibilities.
The operating hours for the historic site aren't readily available, meaning your group's smartest option is calling ahead to make sure the building is going to be open when you and your group have plans to head over.
For price of admission, call Westerhall Rum Distillery before your visit to find out how much, or if they charge.
Phone Number: (473) 443-5477
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