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Recent Eleuthera reviews

  • What a view !

    "We stayed 5 days at Bahama Sunset in August. It is a lovely house with a wonderful deck above the sea. Best spot for snorkeling : many fishes, even turtles (morning and evening). Sunset are so beautiful... A/C was useful at night. Gregogy town is also very pleasant little town with friendly people. I wish we could stay longer !"
    Guest: Laurent C. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 28, 2016
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  • Perfect home, on a perfect beach, on a perfect island!

    "My wife and I stayed at Cayo Loco from 4/30/16 - 5/7/16, and i'm already looking to go back. LOCATION: The home is centrally located on the island,which is perfect if you plan to explore the island and enjoy the isolated beaches. It's a 5-10 minute right from GHB airport, easy to get to (turn into Sky Beach Resort and drive towards the ocean and make a left on "Banks Rd", cay loco is 1/4 mile away). It is conveniently located near Gov Harbour which has every grocery, gas, cash and alcohol necessity. Cayo Loco has 3 homes on the property, the beach front bungalows are called Sand Dollar (where we stayed) and Apocolypso, although next to each other, the manicured vegetation makes for nice privacy HOME: Sand Dollar is neatly appointed with every amenity you need from spices, utensils, pots/pans, oven, dishwasher, ice cube trays/ice packs, wifi, satellite TV (NY stations local). Maureen is a great host and is very informative, listen to her advice; everyone on the island knows her and helps you. The locals are all kind and treat everyone nicely. The beach in front of the home is perfect, a quick walk down a flight of stairs and your on the beautiful beach which has 3 separate reefs great for snorkling. My advice to anyone is rent a durable 4x4 with sufficient ground clearance, a Jeep Wrangler is perfect. Other than Queens Highway, the roads are rough and difficult to travel but worth it, the nicest beaches are the hardest to get to. Bring strong bug repellent, we had quite a few bites but it was manageable with deet based spray. My wife and I are 32 from NJ, we wanted to "get off the grid" but have some of the conveniences of home and Cayo Loco is the perfect medium, absolutely perfect home thats well maintained by a gracious host. RESTAURANTS: Rainbow Inn on pizza night (Monday) is a must (NJ has the best pizza and I was impressed with the food). Pascals is very convenient with great food, close to Cayo Loco and they have great food. Govenours Harbour fish fry on Friday is great, everyone comes out and drinks/parties. LeoRose beachfront restaurant in James Cistern is amazing, stop there if headed north. Hiring Jeremy and Anna is worth it, they come to the home and make an amazing dinner from locally sourced food."
    Guest: Donald W. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 18, 2016
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  • Enchanting Stay at Chatterbox in Harbour Island

    "Just came back from an amazing holiday in Harbour Island, the best part was our charming pink cottage Chatterbox. The location in the center of town is superb, the interior spacious, cozy, and so nicely decorated. The style and warmth of the owner Trish makes it a home away from home. Can't wait to go back. The beds are so comfy, the towels are incredible. Everything you would ever need is there. Thanks Trish!"
    Guest: Catherine R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 10, 2016
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  • Fulfillment of a Quest!

    "We stayed at Culmer Cottage 6 days/nights and enjoyed a wonderful, relaxing time in and around Tarpum Bay. The purpose of this trip was to re-visit one part of our honeymoon trip of 45 years ago! We found the village had changed some, but not completely; it still exudes the authentic culture of the Bahamian people, who are very friendly and helpful. We really enjoyed walking around Tarpum Bay, talking with the locals, listening to the "fun and games" by the children outside even after dark. Where can you hear that anymore? That's something back in the 50s! Living in Culmer Cottage during this time was just as comfortable as it could be, with a full kitchen, interesting books to peruse, a patio to enjoy the view of the Bay. We were well taken care of with Kervin and Brenda, the caretakers, and they're adorable grandchildren. When we finally decided to visit Tarpum Bay, Lynn, the owner of the house, was an A+ Helper! She answered all our questions especially about travel. The communication between us was fairly often, either by email or phone, as we are not accomplished long-distance travelers and a little nervous about the flights. But she effectively put our minds at ease. We did not rent a car because neither my husband nor I felt comfortable driving on the "wrong side of the road"!! Even though we missed out on some great adventures because of that decision, our purpose for coming to Tarpum Bay was fulfilled, including a few quiet adventures anyway! So whatever your reason for reading this VRBO website, 'Experience Real Eleuthera', know that you're on the right path for a warm-weather vacation specially tailored for you. You won't be disappointed."
    Guest: Vicki K. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 25, 2016
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