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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

Recent Placencia Village reviews

  • Belizian Hardwood Beauty

    "Enjoy the craftsmanship of over a dozen Hardwoods from Belize while vacationing in this home. This well-maintained house provides all the comforts of home (hot, hot water, great water pressure in a huge shower, a dishwasher, kitchen tools for easy Caribbean cooking, and a washing machine too, with plenty of clothespins on the line for drying towels in the tropical breeze). This home is located on the beach front and is also “on the famous Placencia sidewalk” for quick walking access to groceries, restaurants, and the waterfront for boating activities. We snorkeled every day with a local independent guide, Rico Foreman. He is fantastic and has vast knowledge of the reef. He also offers a sunset cruise in a beautiful boat that he built crafted with hardwood accents. Adventuring in Belize is easy because the language is English, the local residents are friendly (just say hello to everybody you pass), the cultures are interesting, and the streets feel safe. The owner is very responsive to all questions before and during your stay at Moonflower. Casey has also developed a very helpful guide to get your vacation off to a quick start. He can also get you pointed to local resources to assist with your vacation needs. Enjoy!"
    Guest: Phoenix Vacation Renter Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 18, 2016
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  • Super Nice

    "We had a great time in Placencia! The village is so quiet and peaceful, not crowded at all. People all speak English and are very friendly. The only downer was the 3 1/2 hour drive down from Belize City in our rental car and not realizing that there are basically VERY few road signs. There are a few gas stations in Belize City, and in Belmopan, and ONE the last 2 1/2 hours of the trip before you arrive in Placencia. We had no idea, so that was a little nerve wracking for us who are accustomed to frequent places of business and mile markers and such. :) It will be no problem the next time, because we know what to expect on the drive across the country. NO TRAFFIC! That was great. Food was good. There are plenty of places to eat and several grocery stores in Placencia if you want to cook. Eric/Rico was our guide going snorkeling and he was wonderful. His Mom makes homemade bread that she sells in the village and it was WONDERFUL. The laid back life style was super refreshing. Ask where the Point is to play at the beach and enjoy a smoothie at The Shack if you are watching the kids. We rode bicycles down there and throughout the village with no concerns. Loved all the produce stands. The "sidewalk" was a great place to shop. We watched the woodcarver, the conch shell jewelry maker, had a chunky monkey at Brewed Awakenings, smoothies at The Shack, ate at Mango's, Wendy's, the Barefoot Bar, D"Tatch, and Cinnamon Rolls at Maya Beach Bistro. The house was immaculate and Francisco and his wife helped us with whatever we needed to know. Loved the fact that there is a washer and dryer and 2 bathrooms. The views were gorgeous from the front, back, and up on top! Always a breeze the week we were there. Heat didn't really bother us because we live on the Texas Gulf Coast and are pretty accustomed to that. Wi fi is a little sketchy everywhere we tried... from the airport terminal to Placencia, but the cell service was pretty good all across the least when we checked..which was rarely. We passed out Bibles in San Pedro just North of San Antonio, and in some other villages in between. Beautiful waterfall just out of town of San Antonio. We went zip lining at the Bocaweena National something or another close to Silk Grass and saw some beautiful water falls there after a short hike. My husband and I had a ball, my daughters 21, 18 and 10 all had a great time. They didn't want to leave. Thank y'all so much!!!"
    Guest: Teri N. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 15, 2016
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  • Relaxing vacation on the water

    "My fiance and I had a beautiful vacation. The location was wonderful and central. We walked or biked every day, exploring different parts of the island. The room had a kitchen which helped us save money on breakfast and snack costs. We enjoyed the free bikes, the hammocks, the friendly staff and the beach. Perfect get away from the every day"
    Guest: cece D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 15, 2016
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  • Perfect Stay

    "We were a "party" of 10 adults. All friends. Everyone was thrilled with the home. It gave privacy when needed and access to each other when wanted. Great setup for a large group. We were very pleased that everything in the village from tours to groceries was so accessible. Hint: you do not need a golf cart or car unless you plan to explore."
    Guest: Terresa (Terri) C. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 12, 2017
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