This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$185 per night 3 night min stay
From $2500 to $3700/wk
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Lubbers Quarters Cay Travel Tips
Escape the Crowds with Lubbers Quarters Cay Vacation Rentals
Are you looking for a private island far away from crowds where you can relax in the Caribbean sunshine? Lubbers Quarters Cay resorts offer peace and quiet on this small island (it is only 1 mile long and ½ mile wide!). Spend your days on the secluded beaches with a juicy novel or just listen to the lapping waves. A variety of walking and jogging trails make Abaco villas a good place to keep active as well. For an experience in the Bahamas that is focused on privacy, look no further than Lubbers Quarters Cay vacation rentals!
The Action Is Only a Boat Ride away with Lubbers Quarters Cay Resorts
There is one restaurant and bar on the island, but don't worry—other choices for bars and restaurants are just a quick boat ride away at Hope Town or Marsh Harbour. If you don't feel like dining out, take advantage of the kitchen in your vacation rental to cook a romantic dinner for two. Odds are one day during your vacation you will wake up feeling adventurous. Abaco villas are a great starting point for doing some island-hopping. Get to know the Bahamas by exploring nearby islands such as Elbow Cay and Treasure Cay. Boats are available for rent in the harbor and will give you the freedom to explore at your leisure!
Feel at Home in Abaco Villas
In recent years, Lubbers Quarters Cay vacation rentals have received an upgrade. The island now has phone service and electricity available. Many Lubbers Quarters Cay resorts have the touches of home including TVs, microwaves, hair dryers, and some even have air conditioning. When you're just steps away from the soft sand in your vacation rental, you will be glad you skipped large hotels for a more intimate experience. This island of the Bahamas is how the Caribbean was meant to be experienced: a relaxed culture, a true feeling of escape, and the opportunity to laze around in the sand or explore by boat.