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Recent Caribbean reviews

  • Wanted to stay..............forever!

    "My husband and I just returned from a six night stay at this lovely condo in Bonnie's Arch. Mike and Donna are a pleasure to work with in booking your trip and giving you all the info you need to have a wonderful stay in the Islands. This is our third trip to Grand Cayman but our second trip where we stayed in this condo in Bonnies Arch. When we go back next year we plan to stay here again as it is just lovely. Very well furnished and outfitted with everything you can think of. It is so well decorated and well stocked with all things that you will need. The pool is literally right out of the sliding glass door and because this unit is on the first floor, the pool is easily accessed. The location of the condo is perfect as it is not in the hectic hub area of Seven Mile Beach, - which is great, because it is so quiet and peaceful here. Perfect for relaxing, decompressing, and just chilling out. Then when you want to be in the thick of it all, just jump in your rented car and drive a couple of miles and you are there. Renting a car is a must really as you can get around so easily. But if you do not rent a car, I would suggest taking the Public Bus vans rather than a taxi as it is much more cost effective. A perfect spot on a perfect island making for a perfect vacation!"
    Guest: Laura Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 8, 2016
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  • Between excellent and admirable

    "There is much to enjoy at Serenata, and much to admire. Fist the location: above Island Harbour in a completely serene site. No other view from the terrace than trees in the garden and the native vegetation beyond that, then the ocean: no other noise than the distant rollers on the reef, the rustling palms in the (sometimes strong) wind, and the turtle doves that wake you in the morning.The neighbours to the west were never there during our month's stay, and those to the east were scrupulously quiet. You will grow to admire the layout of Serenata, the well-kept colourful garden that Wilson keeps watered. I particularly recommend a good look at the dry stone wall that encloses it, artfully done in the local manner of two-tone stones . One of the best in the island. The inside is quite spare, almost ascetic in its immaculate white, built to catch and keep the light. The floor of the great room is white tile, and some original art (not too much; you will long remember the depiction of a children's model sailboat race by Wemes that greets you on the left-hand wall; see if you can find the original of the houses that she grouped above the children) takes advantage of those white walls. The living room furniture is rattan, comfortable and complete, down to the stand alone glass top dining table. One small table and a desk, three armchairs: no other furniture. Complete, but nothing superfluous. Then there is the gallery/verandah. 60 feet of arches open to the North and to the inspection of birds in search of your breakfast crumbs (feeding them is probably a mistake, and expose all that lovely white paint to regrettable accidents). The floor is the same tile as the inside: extreme caution after rain: it becomes very slippery, and running toddlers risk serious injury. But you will not find a more serene spot than one of the four lounge chairs. The property's maintenance is excellent. There is not one flaw in the vast amount of screening necessary for the enormous amount of windows (bay windows and windows along the entire gallery). There was not a mark on any of the walls, any of the off-white counters. For places like Serenata, my wife and I are thankful. The owners (Maddeline and Rocco are a phone call away (even in the middle of the night when, left in a completely dark island by a power interruption, we had to ask where the flashlight was), and prompt to answer questions and fix problems. They were careful not to intrude,, but very helpful nonetheless."
    Guest: Max V. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 11, 2016
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