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Recent North Side reviews

  • Beautiful Spot, Henry is a Great Host and Sasha prepares the best food on the island.

    "This location is amazing. Star gazing at night is wonderful. Henry took care of all of our needs. We had Sasha prepare 3 meals for us, first time we had jerk chicken with beans and rice it was very good, the second time she prepared conch fritters and shrimp skewers on the grill and they were truly awesome, the third night she made grouper and lobster tails on the grill....mmmmm scrumptious!!!! These meals were the best meals we had on the island. Thanks to Henry and Sasha for a wonderful time."
    Guest: Robert O. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 16, 2016
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  • Secluded Island Getaway

    "Paul & Maggie have a gem of an oceanfront getaway here! We spent three lovely weeks, and had complete privacy - not a single person came by in our time here. The house is complete with everything you need, from cooking to cleaning to hanging out on the beach. The ocean was too rough during most of our stay to swim in front of the house, but it wasn't an issue as you only have to run over to the other side of the island for snorkeling and diving heaven. The main house a/c was down for parts during our stay, but the bedroom a/c was able to keep the house comfortable and the humidity down during our stay. The back porch is incredible, and we spent most of our time hanging there in one of the two hammocks that were large enough to accommodate my 6/4 270# frame! We brought frozen meat and wine in with us for the trip, and the grocery stores kept us fully stocked on everything else we needed. We loved the island enough that we are considering it for our retirement location. Don't come here if you're looking for fast night life with huge parties - the sidewalks are rolled up by 7 pm! But that's just the right time for stargazing - the night skies are amazing. And the diving lives up to the Cayman's expectation - it is simply the best place in the world! I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again and again . . .and again . . . and again!"
    Guest: John H. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: June 30, 2016
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  • Great Location and Relaxing

    "This was our first trip to the Brac and the house was great. It is located on the south side with an excellent view of the water. It was relaxing lying on the porch in the hammock listening to the waves crashing and feeling the cool ocean breeze. The house itself was open and airy with all the necessities one needed including flashlights for nearby cave exploration. The manager was great in that he helped us with some issues that came up, and the owners were very responsive. The location was very central to everything. Although it isn’t a great beach for going into the water due to the iron shore (don’t forget to bring some good water boots), there are an abundance of places not that far away and the public beach is just a few miles down the road. Walking down on the iron shore by the water’s edge provides an opportunity to see things not normally seen on a sandy beach and if you are a sheller, you will have no issues finding some unique shells. Some advice, when flying into the island from Miami, pack a few things in your carry on that you will need right away. Oftentimes the airlines will have a delay with luggage and you may not get your bags until the next day. Bring lots of sunscreen and bug spray. Both the sun and bugs are abundant and these products are costly to buy on island. Also, buy duty free alcohol in Miami and bring it to the island with you. Alcohol is costly there. With all that said, the island is amazing and the house was a relaxing place to enjoy it with everything you will need to have a great vacation!"
    Guest: PMcMillan Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 16, 2016
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  • Paradise

    "The Space- First, Minnie's property is amazing. We had the privilege of staying at both the cottage and the apartment. Minnie was gracious enough to help with our Thursday-Thursday stay which required staying on one space for a few nights then moving to the other. If you are honeymooning I suggest the cottage otherwise personally I prefer the apartment where we stayed for the majority of our vacation. The apartment has an amazing view of the ocean and beach. Minnie's description is on point and the space IS comfortable - pillow-top mattresses, great pillows, etc. Plenty of spaces on the beach for chilling including hammocks and shelters. The property is beautiful and well maintained. It has the perfect blend of vegetation and open space. We spent a lot of time everyday in the water in front of the property. The beach at Minnie's is interesting in that it does not enter into the water this is normal on this side of the island. The only place you will find a "traditional" sandy beaches will be by the resorts. DO NOT let this deter you! Minnie has a small dock that takes you out past the iron-shore so you can either swim or snorkel. Snorkeling in front of her house is great. This place is truly wonderful and our family had an amazing time hiking the shoreline, swimming, kayaking, fishing, and just relaxing. Snorkeling- The island is literally a reef that came out of the ocean. Almost all of the island has what is called iron shore. Very few property owners have cleaned up the shore like Minnie has - she has the true diamond on this small island that she painstakingly carved out. We are snorkelers and used 2mm booties (I would actually get thicker booties to get through the iron shore around the island) and open heel fins to take full advantage of the snorkeling around the island - the only place you don't need this setup is by the public beach. If you have a young snorkeler I recommend the following shore dives/snorkeling locations - Handcuff Reef, Sylvia's Reef, Radar Reef, Scott's Dock, Buccaneer. They each have ladders into the water and are very easy to navigate. Be sure to bring your inflatable snorkel vest for visibility and safety. Other- There's not a lot of great eating locations on this island. There are a few gems- Barry's Jerk, Pat's Kitchen, and Captains Table (for lunch). I highly recommend buying fresh fish from a guy on the West Cross Road he has a large pink sign - "fresh fish for sale." $4CI/pound."
    Guest: Maria H. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 20, 2016
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