The views from the top terrace of the house looking out onto the bay are superb.The Tropic of Cancer beach is is only a minute or two away. The beach can be busy at times, but choose the right moment and the beach is empty.
If solitude is what you want then this perhaps is not for you. There are houses around, but the view is not in any way obstructed by them. The road down to the house is rough for about a mile from the main highway. This is a good thing as if it was made up then the beach which is beautiful could become spoilt.
There is an outside staircase to the top terrace, bedroom and bathroom. This was unexpected as I had assumed the staircase to be internal.
The grocery store in George Town is the best I have found having visited most of the family islands. A mail boat comes from the States on Mondays. A huge and varied selection of fruit, vegetables, dairy food, meat etc., Bahamian mail boats come in on Tuesday and Thursdays.Shop on Tuesday and you will pick up what you want. But beware by Saturday many of the shelves may be empty!
Santana's on Little Exuma I found very disappointing. I do not like paper plates and plastic knives and forks. The food was just piled onto the plate. But it seems popular.Tropic Breeze Beach Bar and Grill I much preferred. Lovely views overlooking the sea. Also enjoyed eating at the Yacht Club in George Town. We bought bread from Ma's bakery next door to Santana's.
The house is very comfortable. Very well equipped. Previous comments say it all so I do not need to add anything. Any queries were addressed by Teri, both she and Charlie were very helpful.
The weather for the month we were away was perfect. So we were very lucky.
We much enjoyed our stay in Little Exuma and hope to return one day.