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San Salvador Vacation Rentals with Parking Included(7)

7 Results
2 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
3 night minimum stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
3 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
7 night minimum stay
  • 6 BR,
  • 5 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 14
4 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 7
1 Review
2 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
7 night minimum stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 12

Recent San Salvador Reviews

Great Place to stay

5 of 5
Thanks Derek for your wonderful house, everything was as described , beach are pristine, warm crystal clear water, lovely place to stay. Only one advice is bring your own food, although you can buy locally you may not find what you want, we brought almost all our food, so no problem, Other them that perfect for everyone that need a calm gateway from our crazy city life.
  • Submitted: Jun 27, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014

Perfect place to get away from it all

5 of 5
We were at Coconut Cottage for 2 wonderful weeks. The property was just as described regarding location, layout, amenities, etc. It was clean and well maintained. Wayne kept in contact with us, calling a couple of times to make sure everything was good. Kim, the caretaker, checked in on us several times, as well. She brought us a loaf of homemade bread and a bottle of wine the first night, and later on brought us a GIANT lobster tail that was caught fresh that day, for an unbelievably low price. Our daughter was with us for the first week, so we went to Club Med on a day pass one day from 10:30 to 6:00. We got buffet lunch, windsurfing, snorkeling, free drinks all day and great snack bar dinner for $50 each. Nice to visit, but we would prefer to stay in a private home. If you rent a car, remember that you will be driving on the wrong side of the road, but there is so little traffic that it's not a big deal. Wayne and Sharon have a vehicle available for rental. I recommend utilizing the car because you have to drive all the way around the island - you came all this way, right? Not a lot to see on the east side of the island, but there is a lighthouse which is neat to climb to the top, and good places to find conch shells. The best place to find sea glass is Halls Landing by the seawall. We mostly ate at Columbus Tavern, right next door. Great food and so convenient. You may want to call ahead and see what the catch of the day is since that is what will be served for dinner. Grouper, conch and shrimp is what we mostly ate. My personal favorites were the shrimp and conch fritters. The only problem we had was with the flight from Nassau to San Sal. Wayne and Sharon recommended that we fly in to Nassau, get some meat and a few other food items, then fly out the next day. Good advice, since fresh fruits/veggies/meat are sometimes scarce on the island, but Bahamasair was a little trying. We had a 3 hour delay - not good with frozen meat in your bag. And bug spray and benadryl are necessary for the "no-see-ums". The people on the island are all very friendly. Everyone waves and speaks to you. We hope to go back some day. Thanks, Wayne and Sharon, for a very memorable vacation.
  • Submitted: Apr 1, 2014
  • Stayed: Mar 2014

Total Escape

5 of 5
The house was beautiful and well furnished with lots of space, a great layout and incredible views. It's also located in a perfect spot. You are pretty close to "town" but far enough away that you are not dealing with much traffic, especially on the beaches. We spent nearly every day in the water snorkeling the reefs and met the resident sea turtle, huge school of dinner-plate sized blue tangs and cuttlefish. We really missed diving due to a broken shoulder, but will get our fill on the next trip down to San Sal. We enjoyed several traditional, home-style Bahamian meals with Beverly at Paradis. Her and her mom are incredible chefs! We also took one of our first couple of days and drove all the way around the island in our rental car from Granville (which Garnel set up for us in moments upon our arrival). The drive gave us the chance to see where we wanted to spend more time throughout the week, with a focus on the beaches and reefs. Grotto beach in Columbus Landings has a pavilion with picnic tables and is pretty much deserted all the time… ask the locals how to get there and they will be happy to help. The lighthouse is a must-see. Just go on in but make sure you sign the guest book and don’t wake up the lighthouse keeper. He sleeps during the day. There really are no U.S. style “convenience” stores on the island, so make sure you bring drinks/food if you go out exploring until you get used to the hours of operation. We packed a soft cooler and it worked out wonderfully. It was also handy for picnic lunchs at the beaches. Stores keep business hours but when we visited Jake Jones’ store on Sunday, the locals recommended we knock on the owner’s door. She was happy to open up and let us shop. The island does run based on the mailboat and fuel barge deliveries every week. If they are delayed for some reason, talk to Garnel and she’ll help you find what you need. Garnel stopped by almost every day to make sure we were outfitted with everything we needed, answer any of our questions and just be a huge help. Her help and oversight helped to make our vacation perfect. All in all, the Blue House was perfect for our escape from daily life and a comfortable, relaxing vacation home. Thanks for everything, Flavia! We’ll be back!
  • Submitted: Jul 31, 2008
  • Stayed: Jul 2008