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Exuma Cottage Rentals(5)

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  • Studio,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 2
3 night minimum stay
(19)
$1,200
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7 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 2
7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 night minimum stay
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  • 1 BR,
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  • Sleeps 2
3 night minimum stay
2 Reviews
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
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Recent Exuma Reviews

Exuma gem!

5 of 5
We stayed at this beautiful property over the holiday season! Everything about it was great! John picked us up at the airport, assisted us with getting groceries and touring Georgetown prior to dropping us off at the home. The home was clean and decorated for the holidays which made things extra special. We kayaked, snorkeled and went bonefishing right out the front door. We were able to rent John's car for a fee and this enabled us to tour the island. john did check in on us to make sure all was well. He would also send us email weather updates if he knew of questionable weather forecasts. You would want a car as then you can explore this wonderful island. Groceries are a tad expensive but we expected that after reading other reviews. There is a neat local meat market that will take grocery orders and deliver to your front door prior to your arrival. We left Exuma feeling extremely relaxed. Nice home, nice island and great people! Thanks John and Sharon!
  • Submitted: Dec 20, 2014
  • Stayed: Dec 2014

Amazing like a Robinson Holiday

4 of 5
Back to Paris, FRANCE. A fantastic find for this house right on the shore. All the confort I needed for my self, being alone in that house to work at night under the stars (I have to stay connected to my work in France, 6 hours ahead) with a nice little breeze (no need for AC). John was a perfect host, got me at the airport and explained everything about the Exumas, toured around right away. I would swim early morning right away from the dock! The service and attention from John was great with him bringing me a delicious papaya and showing me to pick gava fruits right from the tree on the property and basil leaves also (what a strong and delicious scent all over!). I met Sharon on my last day and is looking forward to know more this very nice person. Very nice flight from Miami and the arrival thanks to the advice of John was amazing overlooking the Exumas. The weather was perfect. Short trip, no time to visit the private island, too bad. John shared with me his deep knowledge of the Exumas, going as far as touring with me all over the place because I decided to find a place here, lot or house to spend retirement in a few years! Thanks again to him. Pascal
  • Submitted: Dec 11, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

The Most Amazing Experience

5 of 5
I can't begin to describe how wonderful our trip was to Black Point. Lorraine and her family were so welcoming and truly made this trip one I will never forget. Our immediate regret was not reserving enough time here. We were able to add a couple more days and it was still hard to leave. The cottage was perfect for my friend and I and, like many others suggested, we brought frozen meats, cheeses, and alcohol as they were a bit hard to find on the island. If you need something though, Lorraine will either have it, or tell you where to find it. She also owns a bar/restaurant in town that stocks plenty beer and alcohol if you need :) The cottages are set on a hill between two beautiful beaches. We loved having a cart to explore the island and get from the cottage into town. The feeling you get here is almost unexplainable as I've never been anywhere with a 0% crime rate and a community that welcomes you like family. We loved learning about the culture in Black Point, how to clean and cook conch, attending church (led by Lorraine's mother, who also makes the best coconut bread) and getting a tour of the Cays from her brother. We fed iguanas, swam with pigs and sharks, and snorkeled into the magical Thunderball Grotto. I don't recommend brining dive gear here. We intended to dive out of Staniel Cay, which closed permanently after we booked our trip, and the pilot of Flamingo Air frowned on the excess weight we would've left had we known. We were in no way disappointed because the snorkeling was top notch if you figure out where to go. If your idea of vacation is touristy resorts, this place is not for you. It's perfect for friends and family that can make their own fun, love exploring, immersing themselves in culture, and want to see the most beautiful water and beaches around. Not only would I recommend vacationing here, but I would move here if I could :) I will be returning in the hopefully near future as I miss it and the people every day.
  • Submitted: Nov 29, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014