First, they left a car for us at the airport which was very convenient.
Second, when as we pulled up the property and the ocean came into view it took our breath away.
Third, the facility and grounds keeping is clean, well-designed, open and lots of other wonderful adjectives.
By far my favorite place I have ever stayed. The photos do not do it justice. I want to design my shower after this place. The Atlantic view point is windy, and the design of the building takes that potentially neutral/negative aspect and channels it into an amazing perk - meaning the front sliding door can be left wide open or just a crack to let the fresh breeze come in through the living space and through the bedroom at night to keep the air moving and fresh and cool, and also ventilating the bathroom on its way out the back of the building. There were no bugs or any other pests at all but if there had been, the screened porch would do a great job keeping them out. You can watch the sunrise from the building, or from a lower covered platform near the beach, or from the rocks out 30ft into the water past the beach, it's very satisfying to watch the sun peek up over the ocean horizon. Those rocks also offer a really fun place to do some simple exploring and rock-climbing. The hosts are very friendly and responsive and do everything they can to make your stay just what you want it to be.
They do have internet access, but it is not robust enough for streaming video. The do, however have TVs and dvd players and around 50-100 movies on site you can use. Hopefully, though, that's not what you come to the bahamas to do...
There is a grocery store about 5-minutes down the road with a small sellection of fresh fruit and vegetables and a few isles of canned/packaged foods. The kitchen is well enough stocked to do most things you would want.
A world's top 10 beach is just an hour drive north, and Dean's deep blue hole is a must see a few miles to the south with snorkle gear. The hosts had a few sets they were willing to lend out, which were invaluable since we didn't have our own and couldn't find a place that would rent them out. Hamilton's caves were pretty fun to explore also, though they are a bit hard to find even with help from the locals.