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Recent Bahamas reviews

  • Oceanside treasure off tourist path

    "The photographs do not do this place justice. The ocean views are just spectacular and condo is clean and well maintained. Spent much of the time snorkeling on the reefs behind the condo. We also enjoyed using the bbq and watching the sunset on the back patio. The property manager was amazing. After we asked him where we could buy snorkels, he returned with snorkels that he had purchased for us. The condo is surrounded by several great restaurants. We enjoyed The Studio restaurant (a small gourmet restaurant in the historic Compass Point Studios) and Aqua Grill both located right across the street. The conch salad stand is nearby too-the salad is delicious but takes long to prepare. We spent a lot of time researching oceanfront condos on the island that were affordable. Happy to have found this treasure off the beaten tourist path."
    Guest: Ellis family Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: September 14, 2015
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  • Beautiful, quiet beachfront vacation.

    "We can't wait to return to the Captain's Nest in Cherokee. The gorgeous flats, beautiful sunsets, and bone fishing right out the front door. The people of Cherokee are surely the kindest and most helpful that we have met in our many travels throughout the Bahamas. The remodeled airport at Marsh Harbor is a stunning improvement. Upon arrival all basic provisions can be obtained at Maxwell's supermarket. The little "Island Bakery" is our favorite for coconut bread which makes the best French toast in the world, but don't forget the Johnnycake and sticky buns. Also our best recent find is the Fish House or "Skagg retail and wholesale seafood store" in Marsh Harbor ask locals for directions. They have all types of local fish as well as lobster and stone crab. There is packaged lobster for the return trip home. Jaime's Place in Marsh Harbor has the best cracked conch in the area. Glenn is a perfect host for your adventure at the Captain's Nest and has provided a lovely 2 bedroom, spotless accommodation with a small boat to truly explore Cherokee Sound. Night life is limited, but always includes our evening sunset walk on Long Dock with our favorite beverage. I have caught bonefish beside and off of Long Dock and have seen multiple big permit cruising along the dock in the evening, no takers yet. Many thanks to Glenn for sharing his wonderful beachfront home with us. We will return as soon as possible. Sincerely, Randy and Robyn R."
    Guest: Randall R. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: April 3, 2016
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  • Great location . beautiful beach

    "couldn't ask for a more perfect spot. beautiful sugar sand beach on a shallow bay and very few people around. Took Kayaks and a picnic basket out to the sandbar that pops up at low tide and collected shells. has to be one of the friendliest places I have ever been to ."
    Guest: Craig D. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 24, 2016
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  • A great destination for a large group and adventurous souls!

    "A spacious home which had the perfect floor plan for a large group. The bedrooms lined up on the left hand side of the large hallway, and the living areas separated by this hallway to an open kitchen,/living area. It is not fancy(a bit shabby in a couple bedrooms), but has enough staple, decent appliances and sturdy household items to be functional--we found the ice-maker especially convenient! The bedrooms were comfortable and spacious. The living areas were furnished with a generous amount of seating, although the cushions are a bit tired--we flipped and fluffed and it worked. A newly remodeled bathroom made the 1/2 bath look shabby. Outdoor living areas was beautiful, just a few steps to the water, via steep concrete steps, and a sandy area at which we enjoyed the 2 beach chairs provided (could use a few more chairs). The caretaker was contacted in order to get the use of the chairs locked in the basement, and the 4 kayaks promised- the most fun adventure (besides the prop plane ride from Nassau) I had! There were also 2 pedal bikes, but they both had flat tires and there's nowhere to go anyway.The kitchen had a smell of mouse urine and some droppings in the cabinets & numerous wasp nests outside(one of the kids got stung)--there was only an empty bottle of wasp spray under the sink, however, and the caretaker, although helpful in informing us the telephone was broken (it was fixed on "Island time" 4 days later), and able to help us figure out the fan/light configuration and get us batteries for the empty remote-controls, was informed of the nests, did not attempt to treat them during the duration of our stay. Screened room was a great place to relax on the swinging love-seat. The island: no street signs, stores are unmarked with indiscriminate hours of operation, numerous restaurants and local watering holes where the drinks are generously strong, Island prices ($$$). we brought and cooked our own meals 90% of the time--everything but fresh fruit and veg are ok to bring through customs. 4-wheel drive down a road to a remote beach to see a wreck, &the beach was strewn with plastic debris and trash burns on a daily basis. gems: Tippy's bar, French Leave restaurant. Talk to the locals at the roadside tiki hut bars, great way to learn tips. Bug spray: no-see-ums will get you! Best bread: Island farm, a short ride south. $5 water taxi to Harbor Island, $50 golf cart/day, it's a fun adventure. visit the blue holes, and lighthouse beach"
    Guest: Kimberly D. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 10, 2016
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