North Deck


Ceremony Capacity:  150 (seated)

Reception Capacity: 250 (cocktail) | 90 (seated)

Bar: Not included

Catering: Not included

Close off Time: 12:00am 

Venue Spaces: 2

Accommodation: Available. Contact for further details. 

Exclusivity: Yes


Home to the greatest Carnival on earth. Located just off the tip of Venezuela and the southern most island of the Caribbean, we are an ethnically diverse population of just about 1.3 million people. A unique paradise where cultures, the wonders of nature, a budding industrial sector, culinary delights and a lively nightlife fuse with each other creating what can only be referred to as the “Trini” spirit. Go to to learn more.

The deck is designed to accommodate several of the large rainforest trees that grow up from the forest floor through a series of strategically placed holes in its surface. This gives the impression that the platform itself is set in the treetops and forms part of the canopy. The entire structure is backed by a thick growth of ferns and flowering bushes.

The North Deck is accessed via a well constructed, concrete surfaced road that is the original Fond Pois Doux road, which is a French phrase meaning “a gathering area for sweet peas”. This brings you to the doorstep of the North Deck. Cocoa and coffee were once grown here; a relic of that time can be seen in the old cocoa house still standing on the hillside.

From the deck’s rim, approximately 1800 feet above sea level, there is a magnificent view looking northward to the island of Grenada with the unspoiled rainforest running down to a wild shoreline broken by the lovely, untouched Paragon Beach. Just offshore Saut D’Eau island, a rocky outcrop that is the roosting place for a large population of seabirds including pelicans and gulls. On a clear day one can see as far as our sister island of Tobago to the northeast.




Fond Pois Doux Road, 2 1/4 MM off North Coast
Telephone: (868) 491-3325

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