Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday cottage in Man-O-War Cay - Sandcastle
2 bed, 2 bath, sleeps 6
Sandcastle is a typical one-floor Bahamian cottage that sleeps 4-6. Perched on a knoll over-looking the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Sea of Abaco on the other, it's views of sunrises and sunsets are unsurpassed. Experience the gentle ocean breezes on the wrap around deck, or enjoy an evening cocktail on the expansive dock as you watch the sunset. Described by a local as 'one of the prettiest spots on the island'.
If you need add'l beds, please visit property #509694, our sister bungalow 'The Whitehouse', which is located on this same property.
A vacation in Man 'O War Cay is easily attained: an hour's flight from West Palm Beach/Miami/Fort Lauderdale to the airport in Marsh Harbour, then a 15 minute taxi ride (taxis are abundant at the airport) through town to the Albury Ferry Dock. 20 minutes on the ferry delivers you to the island of Man 'O War, where our caretakers will greet you and deliver you to your own Bahamiam seaside cottage.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Did I tell you that your dockage is perfect! The guys figured out how to rig the boat up where it is secure at high and low tides in any winds and easy for me to do by myself. It is nice to not have the usual worries of having a boat in the water tied to a dock.
Dorothy White King
Dave grew up spending vacations and summers on nearby Sugarloaf Cay. It was his love of the Bahamas that brought he and Dorothy back to the islands.
Sandcastle, and it's sister cottage 'The White House', sit on a lovely plot of land that encompasses both the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Sea of Abaco on the other. Views from all rooms are stunning, especially sunrises over the Atlantic and sunsets over the Sea of Abaco. The property is far enough away from the settlement to be private and quiet, yet close enough to meet the needs of those residing there.