As soon as we pulled down the winding driveway we were in another world. This was our first time out of the country and it so amazing to know that Elbow Cay is so close to our Alabama. Right when we pulled in we threw on our fins, masks and snorkel and jumped into the Atlantic. We saw more tropical fish than you could imagine. Right out your back door. This house is a 2 minute golf cart ride to the north community dock. We had our boat there all week. Plenty of room and no worries with others messing with the boat. Also, the food is quite different in the Bahamas. Mackey's Takeout is literally a 45 second golf cart ride. They have wonderful food and stay open late. There is a grocery store and Liquor store around the corner. There are a few restaurants on the south side of the island. The restaurants in Hopetown are fantastic but Firefly is the way to go. Its on the west side of the island right on the water. Fantastic food and great drinks. Groceries are about 30-40% more and eating out is probably 15-20% than in the States. Well worth it though. Its all part of the experience. St. Somewhere is such a great property. There were six of us. Plenty of room. By the time we got in from free diving, spearfishing and boating all day we were excited to be back at this house. It literally feels like home after a couple days with all the amenities. Direct Tv on a big flat screen, washer and dryer, a huge deck on the back overlooking the Atlantic. Everything you need is at this house. Such a reasonable price for the house also. I did a stupid amount of research on every house on the island. It is the best for the money. Stay at this house. You will not be disappointed.