My husband and I stayed here with our two very small children. We had a very relaxing time in this beautiful home, which appears to be part of the newer homes in the development. The set up is great with a wonderful open concept main floor (overlooking the ocean), very nice kitchen (which we used for almost every meal, but be warned, groceries are very costly in the Bahamas), a fantastic patio, as well as a very generous sized master bedroom balcony (compared to some of the other units in the complex). The home is clean with very tasteful, comfortable, modern furnishings and decor. Bathrooms are very clean as well - very convenient that each room has its own en suite.
The house is literally on the oceanfront rocks and you almost feel like you can reach out and touch the ocean waves from the patio. My husband and I just love the ocean, so it was a great place for us to still feel like we were on the "beach," while hanging at the house during the kids' sleep time.
The location of the unit is very convenient right near the gate so that we could catch the jitney (ex. to the grocery stores and to the Ardastra Zoo - recommend this place for kids). We preferred to take the jitney vs. walking on the main road to for example, Sandyport, because it really feels quite dangerous with small kids and using a stroller is almost impossible (there aren't many grassy medians to walk on). Being close to the gate was also convenient for us with small kids to access the beach in front of the Poop Deck restaurant, where we spent most of our time - the beach here is fairly clean, nice sand and a nice place for a dip in the water... and very quiet; we almost never saw anyone.
Delaporte Point itself is a bit quiet and you have to make a point to travel by car or jitney to see more of the attractions. You have some good restaurants at nearby Sandyport. We, personally, were looking for a quiet beach vacation away from the crowds, so this suited us well.
In terms of transportation, make sure you book with Barbara early, since her vehicles rent quickly in busy season. We didn't want to drive in the Bahamas on the left side of the road and were glad we didn't, because we felt the traffic was quite fast with lots of roundabouts and narrow streets, and that you had to know where you were going. We were too late to book transport with Barbara, but ended up with finding a reliable taxi company that provided car seats.
Should we return to the Bahamas, we would definitely