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Exuma Cottage Rentals with Pool(5)

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$250 - $1,500
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  • 6 BR,
  • 6 BA,
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  • Sleeps 14
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  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
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Recent Exuma Reviews

Perfect in every way!

5 of 5
Just returned home from a short week in the Exumas at the cottage at Casa de Agua. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed this beautiful beachfront home at February Point. Juan was extremely easy to communicate with and very accommodating. Evvy was awesome and took very good care of us. We rented a boat from Minn's for two days and were able to pull right up to the beach in front of the house, load up and head out. The A/C worked great and the cottage was extremely clean. We'll definitely be back with a larger group to stay at the main house. Best location and just awesome in every way. Thanks again Evvy and Juan!
  • Submitted: Sep 9, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014

much better than the photos let on!

5 of 5
this was a most fantastic find. although john and Sharon had not advertised at the time the boat house separately, we were able to make this happen, it was the most fantastic vacation deal. from the private island that can be camped on, the included kayaks, the power boat rental and the service and attention from John and Sharon, this was a fantastic time. also the ability to fly there air Canada, direct from Toronto for $231 made the overall cost a great bargain. I loved the boat house, it has the perfect vacation find, had a great view and made me feel so at home. it is a cute but highly functional house, with full laundry, gas stove, bbq, fan to cool down and a large tv, although I was not able to get that to work. but I did much better with out the tv as the weather was perfect. but such a cute perfect house! It really made my vacation! the private island they have is a HUGE bonus too! although we did not rent the main beach house, I did check it out, and for a group of say 4, maybe 1 or 2 more, its a great deal. beautiful house, and a great price for the island. if you require A/C, than this house is a must for you as well. a beautiful place, and a great bargain... The only thing that could be changed here, is the quality of the photos showing this property on this site. they really do not do it justice. esp the boat house! John and Sharon were perfect hosts, they picked us up at the airport, dropped us off, took us out, showed us the island and to some of the cultural festivals ect on the island. It was like guided tours included! I really miss the 2 of them, and look forward to next time...
  • Submitted: Jul 29, 2013
  • Stayed: Jun 2013

A Sweet Getaway

5 of 5
We spent 13 nights in Rickelle and James' little cottage by the beach and loved it. Palm Bay Beach is a relaxed place, the staff is very nice and best of all, the beach is quiet, with fun snorkeling by the little rocky islets just a short swim a way. We would follow the wooden walkway from the front door of the cottage through the yellow, pink and scarlet blooms of hibsicus and bouganvilla and in a minute we were digging our toes into the sand at the beach. We weren't looking for shopping, partying and nightlife - what we wanted was clear turquoise water, white sand beaches, good snorkelling, and relaxing times so Exuma was the perfect place for us. The resort had snorkelling gear, along with a few sea kayaks. So we swam, snorkelled and kayaked right from the beach every day. And, of course, we got great tans lying on the lounge chairs on the beach, which we often had to ourselves or shared with just a few other couples. We also went on a few excursions - a half day of sailing with the young but very experienced Capt Adam on his lovely catamaran, a whole day with Robert on his speed boat to see the swimming pigs, iguanas, sharks, very cool sand bar and best of all to swim in Thunderball Grotto. We also spent a fabulous day boating around the harbour with our host and hostess as tour guides - we snorkelled at the reef by Fowl Cay, found the "herds" of giant starfish, checked out the wreck mailboat and dined at Chat and Chill. The cottage was comfortable and clean - a living/dining area with a kitchenette and a separate bedroom with king size bed and nicely tiled full bath. Great for the two of us. We prepared all of our breakfasts, most of our lunches and a few dinners using the microwave in the kitchenette. And when we asked for some "plastic" beachware that so we could have lunch on the beach, Rickelle made sure it was in the room the next day. There's a good market in town - we were pleasantly surprised at the selection - high prices but that's to be expected on an island. The fish fry is a short walk away - definitely try the conch salad at the Out Deck and check out Charlies for Karaoke night- even if you don't sing - its a hoot to hang out with everyone else and Charlie is quite the entertainer. We didn't much like the restuarant at Augusta Beach Inn - very expensive for not very good food. We loved Dee's cooking at Santana's on Little Exuma. Rickelle and James are great hosts - tell'm Shanna and Brett told you so! Enjoy
  • Submitted: Jan 10, 2010
  • Stayed: Nov 2009