My husband and I stayed here for one week in March. The owner Francine and her family were there for our first night and were extremely pleasant. This was the first time my husband and I have ventured off from an "all inclusive" resort type vacation so we had to learn some things. The biggest obstacle is the availability of food. Like I said we have been spoiled by unlimited buffet's and once we adjusted our attitude we did fine. I do not like fish or red meat and this is a paradise for fish lovers, but I knew this coming here so it is not their fault. The dinners that Zona, the property manager, and his wife will cook up for you are awesome and more than enough for two meals. Their chicken and lobster was delicious. A ten minute walk down the beach there is an Andros Resort where we ate several dinners without disappointment. My husband loved their conch. Breakfast and lunch... if you haven't brought your own food with you, was little tougher. There are small grocery stores scattered around Nicolle Town, only minutes down the road but they have a limited stock and we ended up buying a lot of cookies, crackers and some fruit to hold us off till diner. There are huts where locals cook bahamian dishes.. only once did my husband sample a fish type stew and said it was okay. We did enjoy Kalik, a Bohemian beer and bought a bottle of spiced Rum at a liquor store in town. Rum with a little orange juice was quite tasty. The beach houses themselves are on a point giving you awesome views and a beautiful beach steps from your door. We stayed in beach house #1 and it was wonderful. Nicely furnished, very clean, an equipped kitchen and lots of towels to make us happy. My husband ventured out for snorkeling right off the beach and saw a shark, baracuda and turtle along with colorful fish. I was happy sea shell and sea glass hunting on the beach. Because of this I came home with sand fly bites which itched like heck for awhile but it is not enough to detour me from returning. Next time I would be more prepared. We made wonderful friends with the local "potcakes". These are island dogs that adopt you while you are there and appreciate any spare food in return for their unpretentious company. They will walk at distance with you on the beach and guard your stay at night. We absolutely fell in love with them and wanted to bring them home with us. Also the local people were so friendly and obliging. Quick to help answer any questions and share their story. Will return.