We arrived via LeAir (Nassau to GHC) and Hans was waiting for us at the airport. We loaded our bags into his truck and he brought us to the house. He gave us a tour of the Little House on the Berry and graciously offered to take us to the store for some items that we forgot.
The house was beautiful, surpassed all expectations we had. Everything was extremely well kept and clean. The view out on to the water was breathtaking. We would have breakfast every morning out on the deck and just watch the blue sea.
Hans was extremely hospitable throughout the duration of our trip, he would pick us up in the morning and put the bikes and kayak in the back of the truck and bring us to various sites to kayak. When we were done we would leave the kayaks on shore, grab the bikes, and ride home. He would pick up the kayak later in the day.
As far as bringing food over - from CT we brought about 10lbs of meat - everything was vacuumed sealed and frozen put into a zipped up cooler with 6lbs of dry ice. We arrived in Nassau and went to Solomon's for fruit and vegetables. Solomon's is near the airport and is like a Fresh Market. We did a lot of cooking at the house, we put spices in ziplock bags which worked out well for the duration of our trip. We also brought over a few bottles of rum and some mixers.
Things to check out - Shark Creak - we were able to paddle across to a sandbar and explore. Just laid out and went fishing and saw no one all day. Have drinks and a burger at the Beachclub. Fishing with Percy Darville. Drinks at the Pool Bar. Hans' Rum Punch Night at the Marina. A bocci type game with locals around happy hour. Coolie Mae's Mac and Cheese. And a dirty martini at Carriearl Boutique Hotel. And check out the caves.
We used the bikes for a few days to get around and then rented a car. Everything is close enough to bike, but the car made our stay more relaxing.
Without a doubt we will be returning to the "Little House".