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Recent Culebra reviews

  • Incredible property. Immaculate rental, breathtaking views!

    "If you have the opportunity? Rent this amazing property. You won't be disappointed."
    Guest: sal a. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 14, 2016
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  • Excellent Value and Location

    "Spent a week at Zoni Lower in January. The place was as advertised. The hikes in the hills out back were excellent and proximity to Zoni beach is good. There is a great 4 or so mile round trip if you walk from the house to Playa Larga and then up the beaches and over the headlands (a bit of a scramble) to Zoni. This is the part of the island to be on in my opinion. The big houses are too expensive and stuff "in town" all too dingy. Tom's little retreat is perfect. Def need a Jeep for the road in and NOT a golf cart. I've been to 10 or so Caribbean islands and Culebra is great! You are alone or nearly alone on most of the beaches. Best snorkeling was at Playa Resaca among the rocks all the way to the right a couple hundred yards or so. What a great island. Pretty small so no need to go back there (I like new ground). If you're looking to spend tons of money and "be seen" go to St. Bart's or St. Martin, if you want to chill naked alone on beaches you have to hike into, go to Culebra. Ain't much infrastructure. Thank you Tom."
    Guest: John O. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 1, 2017
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  • Fantastic family vacation villa

    "Our family spent Christmas week at Raven’s Nest. We were looking at Culebra after an old friend from San Juan recommended it. When we saw the Raven’s Nest listing, I'll confess to some doubts along the lines of, It’s too good to be true! but it turned out to be even better. It’s a beautiful house, thoughtfully laid out. There were 7 of us, ranging in ages from 5 to 80, and we fit right in with room to spare. It’s very tastefully decorated, and the art, which they have obviously chosen very carefully, is many notches above what you see in typical vacation rental homes, to say the least. Everything is clean and comfortable, and the kitchen and bathrooms are well-equipped. We soon settled into a routine of going to the beach in the morning (we checked out four of them - liked or loved them all), and relaxing by the pool or on the veranda in the afternoon. The view is spectacular and between that and the breeze, life on the veranda is pretty much perfect. We split dinners pretty evenly between going out and staying in. The kitchen has everything we needed to make dinner at the house, and we made good use of the Weber grill on the veranda. We really enjoyed the two restaurants we went to, Mamacita’s and El Eden, both very close by. The owner, Valerie, is very quick to respond to emails and very helpful. Jesse, her local representative, is friendly and also really helpful. Not that I can remember any of the trivial things we needed help with. Frankly, everyone we met in Culebra was friendly. We were all very reluctant to leave, but we’ll be back!"
    Guest: Fred Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 30, 2017
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  • Cozy house in the heart of Culebra

    "My family of four just stayed at Casa Romero and we loved it. Its location is superb; far enough from the noise but walking distance to the grocery store, the bakery and all the restaurants in town. The house itself is very clean and has all you need to live and enjoy the Culebra experience. It has air conditioning in the bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, hot water in the shower, wifi connection and a nice TV which I am proud to tell we never turned on. From the front balcony you can enjoy the views and the breeze from the bay and in the back there is a hose that is a most if you need to wipe off the sand or clean your gear. If you have a car, although one is really not needed due to the location of the property and the availability of public transportation, the house has a driveway next to it. I consider myself a frequent Culebra visitor who have stayed in many of its hotels and inns and if given the choice Casa Romero is where I would stay from now on."
    Guest: Francisco C. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 1, 2016
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