B&B in Belize Featuring a Rooftop Deck & Pool with Water Slide
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
This is your home in Paradise. Your family or group will have over 5,500 ft of space including a veranda with a full bar, a rooftop sundeck with both ocean sunrise views and mountain sunset views, a pool with a 12 person jacuzzi, the most amazing waterfall with a ledge seat under the waterfall and a waterslide above. Truly a pool for both kids and adults!
There are 6 spacious bedrooms all with their own bath: 2 king, 3 queen and one full. You can relax in the privacy of your own rooms or get together in the beautifully appointed kitchen/family room including full kitchen with granite counters, large screen tv with surround sound and vcr, poker table, comfortable seating and lots of games.
We are located in Belize, south of the village of Hopkins. There is so much to do here, we are considered the adventure vacation paradise. You can be as active as you want by diving, tubing, fishing, hiking, zip lining, snorkeling and more. Or you can take it easy with long walks on the beach, a massage on the pier over the ocean, a glass of wine on the rooftop watching the sun set over the mountains. Whatever you are looking for you can find it here at Caribbean Shores, your home in Paradise.
Keywords: family, groups, pool, beach, home,
- Bed And Breakfast
- Children Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Considered
- 6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 16, Beds for 12-16
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Bedroom 4
- Bedroom 5
- 6.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
- Bathroom 3
- Bathroom 4
- Bathroom 5
- Bathroom 6
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Ice Maker
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Linens Provided
- Air Conditioning
- DVD Player
- Video Library
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
Pool & Spa
- Private Pool
- Hot Tub
- Outdoor Grill
- Deck / Patio
Location & View
- Ocean View
- Mountain View
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Wildlife Viewing
- Horseback Riding
- Sight Seeing
- Rock Climbing
- Mountain Biking
- zip lining, waterfall hikes, mayan ruins
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Home away from home
Home away from home
It felt like home! Probably partly to do with the fact that the owners are my parents, but really it was great! It was our first visit since they moved there. Me and my husband and two kids, daughter age 8 and son age 13, had a wonderful, relaxing Christmas visit. The pool is awesome. The deepest, nicest, most fun pool around, plus it has a hot tub! Was nice on cooler nights and especially after climbing the double waterfall trail in the Coxcomb Wildlife Sanctuary. The waterfall and pool at the B&B are a lot easier to enjoy, too. They are so close to the beach, but we hardly ever wanted to leave the pool. The rooms are 5 Star luxery. The food is amazing. All the people are so nice (everyone there, not just my parents). Everyone who stayed there while we were there seemed to really love it. All the locals seem to like it there, too. Many people that came to the restaurant and bar (Joe's Place) came back night after night. My mom cooked most of the food, and my dad makes the bread and buns (Joe's buns are a hit there and a constant joke). Mostly it is food you would get in the US with touches of the local food. The fresh fruit and veggies are plentiful, varied, and taste great. The other restaurants in the area are within walking distance and very delicious also, but the best prices and service is at Joe's Place. Besides the Coxcomb Basin hike, we also went to the Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, snorkling at the reef, and on the Monkey River Tour. I would like to go back to the Wildlife sanctuary and do some of the easier trails, the plane wreck, and the butterfly farm. Snorkling was the best. So many fish! We saw rays, too! The Mayan ruins were awesome! So green in the Jungle. It's a little scary climbing up, (especially in the rain on slippery rocks) but the view from the top takes your breath away! The ferry over there was neat, too. The monkey river tour was pretty neat, but it freaked my mom out a little. Ha Ha! She was a little afraid of the monkeys and the other guide was egging them on. it was so cool to be out there with them in their own environment. The trees and plants were cool, too. The boat ride there through the mangroves was full of bird watching and a few gators and iguanas. At the end we went over a manatee reserve, but we were not so lucky and did not see any. We did see some not too far out off the beach back by the B&B one day though. There is so much to do, but make sure you take time to just relax!!!!!!!!!!
- Guest Cassie
- Date of stay 12/19/11
- Review Submitted 02/02/12
Recommended for: Sightseeing, tourists without a car, girls getaway, families with young children, pet owners, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
This isn't Illinois
This isn't Illinois
We went on a trip and found Paradise is Belize. Three couples went on the trip and had a fabulous time. Everything was great. After seeing the completion of the property we were stunned. As they were telling us the plans I don't think we ever imagined the true beauty of this place. Cindy & Joe give 110% in making your stay very memorable. We went fishing, Mayan Ruins, snorkeling, cooking out & just being lazy. What a wonderful time we had at The Caribbean Shores Bed & Breakfast.
- Guest John M.
- Date of stay 10/04/11
- Review Submitted 01/18/12
Recommended for: Sightseeing, tourists without a car, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
June 1 - Oct 31 $700.00 nightly $4,000.00 weekly Nov 1 - May 31 $850.00 nightly $5,000.00 weekly plus 9% hotel tax not included mim 3 night stay $500 damage/cleaning deposit
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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Year Purchased: 2011
About the owner: We are originally from Illinois and we now live down here in Belize permanently. Joe was in IT and I (Cindy) worked as a food broker. We came here with our dog Bella and our African Grey, Rico. We all love it here, the relaxing atmosphere and the friendliness of the villagers.
Why the Owner Chose Hopkins:
We came here for many reasons: same time zone, favorable currency exchange rate, BEACHES, only 2 hours travel from US Coast. Also, there is so much to do here or so little, whatever you like. We also have the small town village feeling that we love. It is not too overdone with touristy things and has something for all, great family spot too.
The Unique Benefits at this Bed And Breakfast:
Coffe in the morning watching the sunrise from the rooftop or drinks in the evening with the amazing sunsets is something you will not find anywhere else down here in our village. We also have the BEST pool anywhere, jacuzzi, waterslide, waterfall, just beautiful. You will also find some of the best dining here, and we can get you reservations too: Chef Rob's, Barracuda Bar and Grill, Driftwood Pizza Shack and so many more including some of the best local foods. Whether you are looking for an action vacation or just to relax, we can help you find it.
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The home is a colonial with covered verandas and beautifully done landscaping
This is how relaxing it is here, this is Izzy, newest addition to the family
Under the waterfall
You and family and friends can relax at the bar and have meals on the deck
Zip lining, you have to try it at least once in your life!
One of the views from the roof top deck.
What a picture, and I am not a professional!
View from the front
kitchen and family room
The caves are amazing and the water is very refreshing
Kayaking is also available on ocean or river
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