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Greenwich Creek Lodge

Hotel or Motel
Palm trees surrounding our fresh water pool – Janice Darville Tolas

Accessibility Notes

There is wheelchair access to the lobby, dining, and kitchen areas only, via a ramp on the right side of the building downstairs.

Driving Directions

Greenwich Creek Lodge is a 10-minute drive from the Deadman's Cay Airport, heading south. Once, you arrive in Cartwright's, turn right from Queen's Highway onto a dirt road leading to the property, known as Greenwich Road.

If notified in advance, the lodge will pick up guests from the airport, or arrange a rental vehicle for pickup at the airport, with directions to the lodge.

Eco-Friendly Notes

We use rain water at the lodge and encourage guests to limit the use of water; and also to turn off all lights, air conditioners, and fans when they leave their rooms. Air conditioners are used in the bedrooms only. We are a NO SMOKING facility. This is also a "catch and release" facility, which means any fish caught must be put back into the sea.

Our lodge is designed for visitors whose ideal vacation is focused around fishing. We cater to couples, families, and the solo traveler. We are located on the saline, overlooking beautiful bone-fishing flats, in the quaint settlement of Cartwright's, Long Island. It is located on a private side road and has a very relaxing and calming atmosphere. The garden has a lot of natural vegetation, including wild tamarind, buttonwood and mangroves.

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

Mr. Andre Cartwright loved fishing and dreamed of having a place in Long Island, where other fishing enthusiasts like himself could stay and fish on their visits to the island. In 2000, that dream became a reality and Greenwich Creek Lodge was opened to the general public. Wanting to carry on his dream and keep the property in the family, his brother Mario Cartwright took over operations in 2013, and has opened it to all anglers, as well as any traveler who is looking to retreat, reflect and relax.

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets are allowed.


Seasons Open

Year Round (Except October)


Rate Range

$145- $165 per night


  • Locally or Family-Owned Business
  • Eco-Friendly


Breakfast Style Served

Breakfast Not Included

We encourage our visitors to relax at the pool or sit on the wrap-around porch and enjoy the breathtaking sunsets the lodge is known for. You can also see nature at its best here, see fish swimming right outside your room, birds looking for food, and just enjoy the silence and the fresh sea breeze. Car rental can be arranged as well as island tours, where you can learn about the history of Long Island, and cave tours. You can go kayaking on your own and explore the mangroves, which are a natural habitat for various marine life. Fishing guides with fully equipped boats are available, as are deep-sea and reef fishing excursions.

Lodging Style and Amenities

It is located in a two-story building with 12 rooms: four are king rooms (with a king-size bed) and eight are double rooms (with two beds). The king rooms are located on the main floor along with the lobby, restaurant, bar, library, and front desk. The double rooms are located on the second floor.

The rooms have air conditioning, ceiling fans, tiled floors and a full en-suite bath. All of the rooms have a wrap-around porch with views of the sea, the garden, and the pool. The dining room can seat 24-30 persons. The lobby has two nice sofas where you can sit and watch TV or just relax with family and friends. Free WIFI is available throughout the lodge, as well as free coffee and tea.

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