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Recent Caribbean reviews

  • Relaxing with excellent views.

    "Santiago was very friendly and the condo was as advertised. The condo was clean and the décor updated. We did have to meet Santiago at the airport and really didn't have time to talk. It would be easier if an arrangement could be made to get keys more in advance. We also had to purchase a larger coffee pot since the one provided was only a small one and we had to grab a new blender. Overall I would still recommend the condo to anyone wanting a great vacation."
    Guest: Richard B. Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: September 14, 2015
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  • Coco de Mer

    "This was truly a vacation of a lifetime. The Villa was amazing. It certainly exceeded all our expectations. The scenery, the grounds ,the accommodations , the prompt way Richard replied to my emails and of coarse Tommy (the go to guy).I can only hope that one day my family and I will be able to visit Coco de Mer again. Loved our paradise for a week. Thank you for all the beautiful memories."
    Guest: Suzanne Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Peaceful Hansen Bay Retreat

    "We have rented Camercon Cove for many years now, and would never consider another place. While not ostentatious in design or furnishings, the house works well and is comfortable, and for peace and quiet, and water access, you cannot beat the location. Life happens on the deck breakfast thru dinner and on into sunset and starscape, or on the beach. Not as sandy as the north shore beaches, but a very short walk, and the 1/4 mile beach is shared by only 5 properties, one still only an empty lot. Right next to Sloop Jones on the map, and walkable close to other uncrowded East End beaches. A regular parade of sail and power boats and kayaks anchor below the house: you can pay about $75 an person to hire a boat in Coral Bay for a "secluded snorkel" trip and they will bring you here to Pelican Rocks, which you can easily swim to from our beach. You need a bit of sang froid to drive the hills of the National Park from Coral Bay-- centerline road from Cruz Bay is just a warm up--but Coral Bay has all you need, and now has several quite fine places to eat. If you snorkel over the turtle grass toward Long Point in late afternoon, you have a good chace of seeing a Spotted Eagle Ray cruising under you, the single most graceful moving creature in the sea ( and air for that matter)."
    Guest: PD & Lynne Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 14, 2016
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