This beach house is in a very private location with access to the beach front and gorgeous Bahama views from the front deck. You can fish and snorkel right off the beach. Bonefish live in our harbor!
Crystal clear Bahamian waters just yards from the house! Wade for miles along our beach and fish in our bay! Some small reefs are nearby for diving and can be reached by our kayaks. Some snorkel gear is available, but bring your own for the best fit. We also offer free use of our stand-up paddle boards.
The house comes equipped with many amenities, including Wi-Fi, Satellite TV and DVR (new for 2018!), microwave, new refrigerator, automatic coffeemaker, automatic coffee bean grinder, milk frother, and a large French press. We offer a gas range, dishwasher, laundry, and more. We supply two (2) five-gallon bottles for drinking and cooking. Tap water from our rain catchment system is for washing only!
Keep showers short for water conservation! (Unless the Andros Island rains come!)
There are 3 bedrooms: One master with a king bed and en suite bath. Second room sleeps up to 5 with 2 twin beds, 1 upper bunk twin bed and a lower bunk full-size futon and a private deck. Third room has 1 queen and 2 twin beds.
The house also includes many outdoor amenities. You have access to your very own private beach, BBQ grill, 2 kayaks, 1 paddle board, beach chairs, water floats, and beach umbrellas for staying cool in the hot Bahamas sun.
SHORT WEEKEND STAYS: STAY AS FEW AS TWO (2) NIGHTS FOR $400 PER NIGHT. THREE (3) NIGHTS ARE $325 PER NIGHT.
SHORT STAYS (2-5 days) REQUIRE ADDITIONAL MAID FEE OF $125.
Rental vehicles on the island range from $70-$100+ per day.
E-Mail for taxi information.
Bonefish guide information available on request.
Caretaker has small boat for reef diving excursions - fees and tips to him directly.
Order groceries from Solomon's Fresh Market for fine foods delivered by the "Mail Boat" from Nassau late Wednesday/early Thursday each week or shop locally for adventurous discoveries.
Get ready to relax! This is NOT night a night club, casino-gambling, fine-dining, out-on-the-town experience. Imagine peace on the beach on the biggest Bahamian island with barely 8,000 inhabitants. Long roads with miles of pine forests, wide open and clear waters, reefs, scuba and snorkeling, fishing and spearing! Or what I like to call, "Heaven."