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Rainbow Bay Villa Rentals(4)

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7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
    • 3 BR,
    • 2 BA,
    • Sleeps 6
      3 - 10 night minimum stay
      • 2 BR,
      • 2 BA,
      • Sleeps 4
        4 night minimum stay
        • 2 BR,
        • 1 BA,
        • Sleeps 4

          Recent Rainbow Bay Reviews

          Great deal for the money.

          4 of 5
          Four of us spent 10 wonderful days in Rainbow Bay at Lookout Villa. The central location is perfect for exploring the island. One bath could be a draw back but we managed fine. The Villa is is exactly as pictured on the web page, clean and pretty well maintained. You definitely need a car and a GPS is a big help for locating the beaches. The book "The Elusive Beaches of Eleuthera" is in the villa and is a must read to locate them. There is a cell phone for use in the villa, you just buy minutes for use, this was very handy as I did not have service on my cell. Angela was very responsive and helpful. We visited everything from north to south that we could fit in. Lighthouse point is breathtaking and the 3.3mile ride in is pretty tough, it took us 40 minutes to go that far but I would do it again. We ate at Rainbow Inn (across Queens Highway), Tippys and Pascals. Rainbow Inn serves their own organically raised vegetables and fresh caught fish, Zeb (son of the owners) raises the veggies and catches the fish. All in all the villa is a great value for the money.
          • Submitted: Feb 24, 2014
          • Stayed: Feb 2014

          Honeymoon/B-Day Vacation

          5 of 5
          This was the best most relaxing vacation we have ever had. No children just the 2 of us and the beach in our back yard. Can't say enough about this place in paradise but you have to go and look for yourself. We aren't ones to travel but it was worth getting on a plane (that were not nuts about) and staying a week. We found beaches that are breathtaking and the pictures don't give it justice. It is remarkable in the evening (sunset)and when you get up in the morning with the doors wide open at 6am and you don't even get a chill at all in March tells you something when you come from 15 degree weather. Having to go home to that is a depressing thought. One experience we had was looking for the tip of the island where the cruise ships come in and dock. We never did find it but we found a beach in who knows where. I was looking for the wild boars to come out of the weeds thats how it looked to me and we just laughed at each other. (of course they don't have any there) There is no way to get lost its only 1 1/2 miles wide at the largest point. Another place was the glass bridge where you can see both waters on each side. One side was as calm and smooth as glass while the other was so windy and choppy when you took a picture it was so neat. Just being able to go back and make your own meals there was nice too because we aren't ones to eat out alot. We took all of our meat frozen on the plane, coffee, crackers and snacks that we enjoy because you know what you like and things are more expensive there. We finally found a beach called Twin Beach and we would have been there everyday if we'd found it sooner. Snorkling we never tried till we went there and it is like a whole different world. Beautiful can't really put it into words. Never saw a person on the beach while we were there. We had a fishing pole and finally caught something after 3 days. We watched kids one day with no pole just line pulling them in left and right.. We were deffinetly doing something wrong. (using a pole) Can't say enough about this place but would love to go back someday and spend another week or 2. It's on the come back list.
          • Submitted: Apr 3, 2008
          • Stayed: Mar 2008