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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 Belize reviews

  • Great location

    "We enjoyed the walking distance to most amenities, the pool, the dive shop, the restaurant, rental bikes and carts when needed. The room met our needs. Would be nice to have a few more outdoor chairs in front of unit. The restaurant/bar had the coldest bar on the island."
    Guest: Clara R. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 19, 2017
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  • Spacious and comfortable personalized home

    "Our family of 5 stayed on the top floor of our hostess' house during our time around Belize City, although it was completely separate from her living arrangement. It was extremely spacious for our needs. The house was kept very clean, had more than enough dinner-ware for cooking, and boasted a large relaxing common area. The only drawback to our stay was its inconvenient location (we needed to rent a car to get around), and unfortunate presence of mosquitos in the house since some of the screens weren't completely closed. Most of all, we really appreciated how warm and extremely accommodating our hostess was. She helped us find activities to do, suggested local restaurants to try, and promptly dealt with any difficulties we encountered to make our stay the most enjoyable possible. She truly went above and beyond the duties of a hostess and we were extremely happy with our stay here."
    Guest: Liu Familiy Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 31, 2016
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  • Perfect for us

    "This cottage is an amazing spot to stay on Caye Caulker. It had everything we needed and was so comfortable. The hardwoods used in the construction and the furniture are gorgeous. The loft and soaring ceilings make a great space, loved the architecture. Michael and his sister Cece were wonderful hosts, handling anything we needed, and making recommendations. Their staff are all friendly and helpful as well. Most days we explored the island by bike and came home and relaxed in the pool - a nice way to live on a beautiful and welcoming island."
    Guest: mark n. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 18, 2017
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  • One Paricular Harbor

    "The property is everything the listing describes and much more! My family (Wife, 4,9 and 19 year old girls, mom and grandma) and I spent one week at the house, the girls absolutely loved having the pool in the rear porch and the beach about 20 yards behind the house. There are two units downstairs, each with its own bathroom and a shared kitchen. Upstairs you have a master bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen and a huge balcony. Teo, the groundskeeper did an admirable job keeping the grounds clean, I use the word admirable because he had a lot to clean up after the hurricane that passed nearby on its way to Belize City and Mexico. Melissa was away during our stay, so her colleague, Herbert was there to answer any questions and help us get ready for the Hurricane. Both Herbert and Teo were very helpful and friendly. There are 2 dogs that live in the surrounding houses. One is a german shepherd-looking dog and the other is a white dog. The white dog is very friendly and good with kids, the german shepherd is also nice, but it takes a little longer to gain his trust, so be careful when you first meet him. The house is clean, just make sure you use flip flops when you shower. I made the mistake of not doing that so I got a pretty bad case of athlete's foot; I had to drive into Placencia to get some antifungal spray. For nearby activities, I recommend the Maya visitor center nearby and the Silk Grass Forest Reserve, both are a short drive away. If you want to cook some fresh seafood, don't bother going to the local markets, non of them sell any; but you can go to a small village nearby called Riversdale and ask around, you're bound to find a local fisherman with fresh catch. There's a guy there that catches fresh lobsters on Tuesdays. A drawback of staying in a place with low population like Placencia is that it's not economically viable to import fresh meat, so unless you want frozen, tough beef, you'll have to drive to San Ignacio about three hours away to find a decent cut of meat. There is a "Beefmaster" nearby, but they don't age their beef, so it'll be tough. There are some fairly decent restaurants nearby. The Tipsy Tuna and the Maya Beach Bistro were okay. Overall, I would recommend this house to my friends and family. The house is spacious, clean and you have your own private pool and beach. What more could you ask for?!"
    Guest: Juan A. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 19, 2016
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